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3 Sets

15 push ups

20 bicycle crunches

15 30lb kettle swings

15 50 lb deadlifts

10 100 lb pull downs

10 25 lb shoulder press

12-14 40 lb walking lunges

My gluts are toast! :~( , those walking lunges are EVIL!

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From yesterday

3 Sets

15 push ups

20 bicycle crunches

15 30lb kettle swings

15 50 lb deadlifts

10 100 lb pull downs

10 25 lb shoulder press

12-14 40 lb walking lunges

My gluts are toast! , those walking lunges are EVIL!

Based on the other numbers, that's quite a bit of weight for the walking lunges IMO. I'd cut that weight in half, unless you truly felt completely in control.

Nonetheless, at least you're doing something! I've been in a workout funk. I have however cut out a lot of crappy food lately. That by itself has made me feel so much better. I need to get back to some cardio and basic lifting routine though.

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Based on the other numbers, that's quite a bit of weight for the walking lunges IMO. I'd cut that weight in half, unless you truly felt completely in control.

Nonetheless, at least you're doing something! I've been in a workout funk. I have however cut out a lot of crappy food lately. That by itself has made me feel so much better. I need to get back to some cardio and basic lifting routine though.

Well, it is what I have at hand. 40 lbs walking lunges is 20 lbs in each hand. I just totaled them together. If that is the wrong way of saying it, then I did 20 lb walking lunges. :-D

Also, I only have available up to 50 lb dumbbells. So, I am limited there. I tend to do lighter, but higher intensity. By the time I was done, I was exhausted. I might take 1 minute rest between sets.

"A good conversation is not designed to win the argument. It is designed to enjoy the exchange."

Matt "Dough", P.E.
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What's in My Bag
Driver: :callaway: GBB Epic,  3-Wood: 
:titleist: 917h3 ,  Hybrid:  :titleist: 915 2-Hybrid,  Irons: :srixon: (4-PW)
Wedges:
:edel: Trapper (52, 56, 60),  Putter: :edel:,  Ball: :snell: MTB,  Shoe: :true_linkswear:,  Rangfinder: :bushnell: Tour V2

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Well, it is what I have at hand. 40 lbs walking lunges is 20 lbs in each hand. I just totaled them together. If that is the wrong way of saying it, then I did 20 lb walking lunges.

Oh!, my bad. nah you said it right but my mind went to 40 pounds in each hand, haha.

That would definitely destroy someone.

Joel Holden

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Bench press 3x10 (first time going really heavy but for a lot of sets like this. Really enjoyed mixing things with this, got the idea from a powerlifter friend)

Incline DB press 4x10

Cable flys 4x12

Dips machine 8set drop set

Overhead tricep extension with DB 4x10

Cable pushdowns 3x12

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I've been using the strong lifts app on my iPhone.  It focuses on the really simple (and essential if you ask me) lifts- squat, bench deadlift, overhead press, and row.  I also add in pull ups and ab work as well.  So i usually do that 3x a week and throw in some cardio (running, biking, or insanity.)

Keep me posted on how this is working for you.  I just started this program this week.  The app and workout are simple and straightforward.  Looking forward to seeing results.

- Mark

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Pull ups 3x8

Bent over rows 3x10

Weighted chin ups 3x8

T-bar rows 4x12

lat pull downs 3x12

seated bicep curls 3x12

hammer curls 3x12

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Hit 250 balls into my net, then another 120 at the range. I think I'll need to hit at least 100 balls every morning. Good exercise anyway. I'm starting to get my old (1.5 months ago) swing back. This was a beer free workout too!:-) Can't wait till my Monday round.

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My golf-specific work-out today focused on:

1) Posture: a) Chest extension stretch over 1/2 thickness foam roll x 3 minutes; b)Prone over Swiss Ball upper tors T and Y arm raises/ 2 sets of 15 each with 4 pound dumbbell weights; c) Wall sits with arm slides x 20 reps

2) Core strength: a) Prone Stir the Pots on Swiss Ball/ 2 sets of 20 reps CW and CCW; b)Supine Level 3 low ab progression x 20 reps; c) Supine lower torso twists with 5 pound medball between knees

3)Hip functional mobility: a) Forward step lunges with upper torso rotation/ holding 8 pound medball/ 2 sets of 20 reps; b) Club behind spine squats x 60 reps in 60 seconds; c) Golf rotation squats with club on front of chest/ 2 sets of 20 reps

4) Swing re-ed drills: a) Single leg pivot drill/ 2 x 20 reps on each foot watching iin front of mirror; b) 3-to-9 swing drill with 10 pound medball/ 3 sets of 30 reps (eyes open/closed)

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I'm a fitness and health food junky. I quit the gym 2 years ago and live and die by mixing up all the beach body DVDs to include Insanity, P90x3, and T25. Good mix of stretching, balance, core, strength, cardio, and endurance. I build a routine randomly every 3 weeks or so and keep it fresh as to not fall in a rut. Usually get 5-7 days a week in and I have a 3 month old baby ams new job keeping me away from home 12 hours a day. 30-45 minutes not having to leave the home is perfect.
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