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Thought this may act as a useful diary and motivation for the more slothful of our members   But, today, bugger all. too hungover from Rhodes.   Tomorrow is another day   S

Good session today with my trainer   All lower body, core stability and lower back   Jumps ( involving starting from a seated position on a bench and leaping to a standing position on a raised ste

today, an old boxer's running programme carried out early in the morning when glycogen ( sp?) stores are low and so aids fat burning. It creates a metabolism spike that lasts until about midday   1

A trainer who hangs around my pool and is a really good swimmer offered to help me with what he saw as flaws in my stroke mechanics and kick. Now I have an aching muscle right below my shoulder blade and my foot is killing me. I suppose it is possible to pull a muscle on the top of your foot, right?

 

I may be backsliding to my flawed stroke very soon.

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10 min warm up on the step mill- speed intervals, level 15-1.48 miles

then,

3 sets flat bench press

3 sets close grip flat bench- for triceps

3 sets decline bench press

 

3 sets seated dumbell shoulder press

3 sets low cable row

 

3 sets rear deltoid press from pec deck

4 sets upright row

4 sets bicep curls- w/e-z curl bar

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A trainer who hangs around my pool and is a really good swimmer offered to help me with what he saw as flaws in my stroke mechanics and kick. Now I have an aching muscle right below my shoulder blade and my foot is killing me. I suppose it is possible to pull a muscle on the top of your foot, right?

 

I may be backsliding to my flawed stroke very soon.

Which pool? And which stroke?

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with s sore chest and tri's

I-RAN

started out slowly 3.5 miles in 30:11

then, 25 min step mill level 16 aerobic course 3.48 miles

damn woman! what is your resting heart rate these days . . . 35 bpm?

just got a heart rate monitor. wore it today for the first time.

by the time I figured it out...my heart rate was 63. I will see true resting heart rate in bed tomorrow am. Average heart rate for workout was 155bpm.

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real resting heart rate...in bed 51bpm

today

10 min warm up on the step mill steady pace course 1.49 miles

then

supersetted 5 sets of hack squats with leg press

3 sets glute machine

5 sets bent leg deadlift

3 sets donkey calf raise

5 sets seated shoulder press on the smith

4 sets leg raises from the thing that you hold handles and press elbows into pad and legs just hang...what's that called?

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real resting heart rate...in bed 51bpm

today

 

 

the thing that you hold handles and press elbows into pad and legs just hang...what's that called?

I figured yours had to be lower with all that cardio. I should check mine in bed.

 

 

Those are called Roman Chair leg lifts.

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