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60 Minutes of Body Combat

60 Minutes on Weights Training ( Legs )

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25 Burpees

50 Pushups

30 KB swings (1.5 pood)

20 KB press (1 pood each arm)

50 Squats

 

1K run

 

Same reps as above

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Yesterday - 3 mile run


Today -

100 jump jacks
70 pullups
50 kb dead lift (1 pood each arm)
100 squats
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Today 

 

Elliptical 30 minute

Chips Up 25 x 4

Lat pull down 145 lbs 12 x 4

Dumbbell Row - 55lbs x 12 x 4 each side

Dumbbell Curl  - 25lbs 12 x 4 each side

Dumbbell Incline Curl 15 x 4 each side

T Bar Row - 100lbs 12 x 4 

Crunch 20 x 3  

 

Burn about 800 Cal for the session .

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So far...

 

30 min spin bike

20 min lifting, leg day

50 sit ups

100 jumping jacks

50 body weight calf raises

walk 5 miles

 

Not sure about later. If no driving range I'll have time for more spin bike, sit ups and possibly some metabolic circuit stuff. Probably walk a few more miles before I leave work too.

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My lower body hates me after playing flag football on Saturday


Today

3.5 miles
200 pushups
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Thread Starter 

I hope people are still working out. I am, but not in a super structured way so I haven't listed things here.

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Push-ups 15 x 4
Moving push-ups 15 x 4
Burpee 15 x 4
Dips 15-20 x 4
Curls 50lb 10 x 4
Bench 155lb 15-14-13-12

Tennis for 2 hours of cardio
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

I hope people are still working out. I am, but not in a super structured way so I haven't listed things here.

 

I've continued to work out, but I've gained like 10 lbs because I've been unable to maintain my normal healthy/strict diet.  It's really annoying.  It happens every winter; I struggle staying motivated to be in good shape.  In the summer I love the feeling of being outdoors in the sun and sweating (either golfing, at the range, working out a 2nd time or coaching football).  But in the winter I just want to go home and go lay on the couch and watch movies or play video games after work.  And when that happens I like to eat junk food.

 

Oh well, still working out.  But I was down to like 168 when I left for Vegas in September and now I'm up to 180.

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I find its easier to loose weight in the winter because i use exercise as a reason to be active. I don't limit it to just outdoors. 

 

Today's workout, Abdominals and hips

 

1-4) first 4 exercise of p90x ab ripper

5) bench leg lifts

6) Static band rotation (I take two 6lb resistance bands, tie them around a pole at middle abdominal height, then you stand sideways and keep your arms extended infront of you, you rotate the bands so that your arms are 90 degrees from the bands. Contract your core to keep yourself stable. After 30 seconds, i then do slow rotations, this exercise is pure evil)

7) Side Planks

8) Side leg lefts, clams, reverse clams

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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post

I find its easier to loose weight in the winter because i use exercise as a reason to be active. I don't limit it to just outdoors. 

 

 

Oh, I still work out indoors at the gym every morning around 5AM.  It's just that I like to stay busy after work too.  Just not motivated to work out twice a day in the winter.

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complete three rotations, 1 each side of the body, 6-8 reps each exercise, do not stop between exercises, rest 1-2 minutes between rotations

 

-Dumbbell Swings (variant on kettleball swings)

-Dumbbell clean and press

-Dumbbell Split Squat

-Dumbbell Bent over Row

-Dumbbell Upright Row

-Dumbbell Front Squat

-Dumbbell One arm dead lift

-Dumbbell one arm chest fly

 

This is like 60 minutes packed into 30 minutes. Its meant to maintain or slightly increase strength, stoke the bodies metabolism by combining big compound exercises in a High Intensity Interval Training style

 

Believe me, i am in decent shape, been lifting weights for 2 years now, this kicks my butt. I can only do 3 rotations on these. If you feel like putting the final nail in your coffin, do a set of 10 burpees at the end, why because we can :p 

 

Warning, this this does do a lot of shoulder rotation and movement, i recommend not going to heavy, i did 25 lbs and i wouldn't go heavier. So someone new to this would probably start off lighter. The point is to burn calories and fat while maintaining strength. 

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"Split squat" is with the dumbbell between the legs?

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Split squat is basically a lunge with out the step. So stand up straight, take one foot and either step forward 2-3 feet or step backwards 2-3 feet. Now what you do is just lower your self straight down, keeping your upper body motion on a vertical access. This gets tougher with one dumbbell because it wants to pull you off balance, so it really works the core and the hip abductors and adductors. This takes some time to get use to because most people wont have the balance for it. 

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Thread Starter 

1.5 miles along a new road. Left foot felt funny so I didn't push it too hard.

 

8:49 pace.

 

http://www.dailymile.com/people/iacas/entries/19533560

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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post

Split squat is basically a lunge with out the step. So stand up straight, take one foot and either step forward 2-3 feet or step backwards 2-3 feet. Now what you do is just lower your self straight down, keeping your upper body motion on a vertical access. This gets tougher with one dumbbell because it wants to pull you off balance, so it really works the core and the hip abductors and adductors. This takes some time to get use to because most people wont have the balance for it. 

 

Ah, okay.  I do walking lunges.  Did them today actually.  It's the single exercise I hate the most, bar none.  I usually do it on Thursday, and my own inside joke (literally, a joke with myself) is that once I do lunges, my week is basically over.  It's all downhill from there a1_smile.gif.  Everything else is a breeze.

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40 minutes of kettlebells and stretching, 5 minutes of Orange Whip

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Deadlift
(130-750-220-242-253) x 5

Squat
(66-110-154-165-176) x 5

Bench
(66-110-132-143-154) x 5

Chins
BW +10 x 5+5+3
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