Tuesday: Rest Day
10 minutes of continuous turkish get ups with a 35-pound kettlbell. Did 6 each side.
20 minutes of 5 goblet squats with the kettlebell, supersetted with 3 pullups. No rest. As many rounds as possible. Did 24 Rounds.
10-to-1 countdown of pushups and kettlebell swings. (Start with 10 pushups, then do 10 kettlebell swings. No rest. Then 9 reps of each, and so on).
Total workout time: 45 minutes.
Thursday: Rest Day.
Last edited by Godzilla; 08-19-2010 at 08:33 AM.
Stats: 5'6" female, 21 years young
Starting Weight: 187 lbs (March 2010)
Current Weight: 143 lbs (Oct 2011)
Goal BF: 20%
Super D Omega 3 daily & BCAAs preworkout
Bane, I was doing the same thing... I was thinking of doing it for the rest of the week. Pushups on Sunday, Pullups on Monday, rested for traveling, probably will do shoulder presses tomorrow. Better than nothing, right? ;-)
Gini (do you pronounce that Gee-Nee?) I was around southern Maine, close to Brunswick/Bath/Portland...
Today was ~60min of trail riding back in Fla... I miss Maine :-(
Was wondering about the shoulder press BW exercise... Are the elbows severely flared? Like you're doing a bench press, just, upside-down? I tried it against the wall and it was very difficult. Awesome :-)
This evening I dragged two horses down the road to my mailbox and back up: 3 miles of up and down hills.
Yes, I actually did; instead of a regular evening walk (as I'm just starting to go Primal), I added in intervals of running and forced my 2 geldings to run with me. I actually think they go into it by the 5th or 6th interval and I didn't have to drag them quite so much (course one or two spanks with the end of my lead rope convinced Mr Pokey to speed up and that was that). Now I'm no runner (can't stand the impact) but these actually felt good. I'm sure my hamstrings will be talking to me tomorrow but that's OK - the whole neighborhood thinks I'm a fitness god now.
Thursday: biking + Climbing
Jess - Like genie in a bottle, except, you know, spelled stupidly.
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750 meter swim. It took just under 30 minutes. Next week I'll do 800.
I think I've found what I'm looking for. A good workout that I enjoy. This will also improve with synaptics.
Genie.... Cute :-)
Close-Grip Push-Up Ladder:
Rest 15-90sec between sets, broke it up a little after rep 7-10, form was suffering...
Wed: incline push-ups, bench overhead press, incline "pull ups"
Thu: 2.5 miles at 5000+ miles altitude in 45 min (fast for me)
Started PB late 2008, lost 50 lbs by late 2009. Have been plateaued, but that thing may just be biting the dust: more on that later.
8 pull ups
24 push ups
40 body squats
5 rounds with 3 min break in between each round, completed 5 rounds in 5:39
thanks for being in the world for me,
5 x 10 knee tucks
4 x 50yds of 12.5 yards forward sprint, 12.5 yards forward high knees, 12.5 yds backpedal, 12.5 yds backpedal high knees
8 x 100yds sprints
Almost forgot... earlier today I also did some back lever practice for about 15 minutes.
Last edited by Velocity; 08-19-2010 at 05:17 PM.
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