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Old 05-04-2012, 09:15 AM
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80 minutes cardio, 15.9 miles, 400 calories. Pretty light.
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Old 05-07-2012, 04:28 PM
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Quick leg day before I head off for errands! Couldn't over do it, starting a new job on my feet this Wednesday.


4x40-20-20-20x300 Leg Press (wide wide wide narrow)
1x10x110 Stiff Deadlifts



311000 lbs volume
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Old 05-28-2012, 10:43 PM
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Starting my new job has kept me out of any exercise besides some long walks for a few weeks now. Ive been on my feet for hours every day and it resulted in what felt like bloody nubs for the first two weeks. Now that I'm getting used to it and back into the grove a bit, I'll be getting back to working out. Being on my feet all day I thought would be a boost to the metabolism, but I think the slight change over to a bit less healthy food has resulted in more weight gain. I swear my body ignores chemistry and has me gain more weight than should be physically possible. Either way, back onto a huge salad a day, veggies, and rice dishes as my staples.
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Old 05-29-2012, 01:51 AM
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So much effort to get through this, but so glad I did after just coming home groaning after work for 3 weeks.


Bench:
10x120
10x150
3x180
4x170

Lat Pulldown:
10x120
10x150
10x170
8x170

Shoulder Press:
10x80
8x80

Cable BB Curl:
2x8x75
Reverse 8x60

Pec Fly:
20x90
15x100
10x110

Tricep Cable Pull Downs:
12-8x60
Rerverse 20x40


19 sets
19200lbs total volume
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Old 06-14-2012, 06:37 AM
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Exhausted and easily able to fall asleep on the spot...short workout tonight, just legpress.


50x300
30x300
20x300
12x300
8x300

120 reps at 300lbs from 5 sets, total volume 36,000lbs
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Old 07-24-2012, 05:49 AM
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So the big news lately is that I'm sick of just getting more out of shape, and more in debt, and I'm planning on going back to school this year in October or January to be a personal trainer, for my own health, enjoyment, and to pay my way to becoming a registered dietician. This means, hopefully, soon I will need to do a blast of exercise for a few weeks before class starts. Need to find a bank that will student loan for this particular institute however.


But for now...

Leg Press
40x315
20x315
20x315
20x315
10x315
10x315

Squat
2x10xbodyweight+50

Calve raises
25xbodyweight


50050lbs in volume.
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