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Enjoyed reading your post. Thank you. Your posts make me reflect on why am I working out so much. Experienced some hardships four years ago. I guess working out makes me forget about the past and move forward. 

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1 hour ago, kenhockey2 said:

Enjoyed reading your post. Thank you. Your posts make me reflect on why am I working out so much. Experienced some hardships four years ago. I guess working out makes me forget about the past and move forward. 

I guess that is why they call it the past LOL

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Did my second workout after work today.......35 minutes of HITT on the elliptical machine. 

My fitness goal for January is to do double cardio workouts on the elliptical machine 3 days a week. 

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30 minutes of indoor spinning intervals this morning. 

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After hitting the weights twice a week consistently for the past two months, I’m feeling pretty good (I have no worries if I don’t push reps at heavy weights anymore, but finally at least stronger again than I was in high school haha).

Today, did 3 sets 8 reps of hang cleans at 205, with ease.  Also got 9 reps at 225 on the bench press.

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Circuit weight training machines 4x10 this morning. I will do 40 minutes on the elliptical machine after work. 70 minutes of fitness today

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45 mins of HITT on the elliptical machine

barbell bench press 135x5. 155x5. 195x3. 205x3. 215x3

15 minutes of treadmill walk-run intervals. 

30 minute fitness walk in the afternoon in La Jolla, California. 75 degrees. 

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Morning workout.

40 mins HITT on the elliptical machine.

Circuit weight training machines 2x10. 60% 1rpm

15 minutes of treadmill walk-sprint intervals. 90 secs walk, 30 secs sprint

Evening workout

35 minutes indoor spinning as a recovery. 

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My wife started a new beach body workout this morning. She shamed me into giving it a shot this evening. I thought I was in pretty good shape until attempting this workout. Looks like something I’m going to keep doing. 

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15 hours ago, J M Brown said:

My wife started a new beach body workout this morning. She shamed me into giving it a shot this evening. I thought I was in pretty good shape until attempting this workout. Looks like something I’m going to keep doing. 

you probably are in pretty good shape, just not for that workout. I am in good shape, but when I started playing Pickle ball, I strained my hamstring twice. Anytime we start working different muscle groups they have adjust. and that is why it is good to vary our routine.

Thanks for sharing

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Morning workout....35 mins on the elliptical machine. easy

I am going to reevaluate my fitness workouts. I need new motivation. 

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5:15 am workout.......40 minutes elliptical machine intervals. moderate to vigorous. 

 

PM workout......Circuit weight training machines 2x10. 1x6

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Thanks for sharing. 

Today's workout

35 minutes indoor spinning intervals.

2 hr, 10 min bike ride. 25 miles

20 minutes indoor spinning as a recovery.

I am going to hit 12 holes on the executive course at 3:00 pm. I am going to take a 30 nap. Just finished lunch.....Tuna sandwich and chicken noodle soup. 

I forgot to include Resistance bands circuit 2x15. Strength training workout

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8 hours ago, Maric771 said:

I learned a valuable lesson on Thursday.  Do not do a full hour of Pilates before playing.  Today I can barely lift my arms over my head.

3 hours ago, kenhockey2 said:

Thanks for sharing. 

Today's workout

35 minutes indoor spinning intervals.

2 hr, 10 min bike ride. 25 miles

20 minutes indoor spinning as a recovery.

I am going to hit 12 holes on the executive course at 3:00 pm. I am going to take a 30 nap. Just finished lunch.....Tuna sandwich and chicken noodle soup. 

I forgot to include Resistance bands circuit 2x15. Strength training workout

8 hours ago, Maric771 said:

I learned a valuable lesson on Thursday.  Do not do a full hour of Pilates before playing.  Today I can barely lift my arms over my head.

How often do you normally do Pilates ?

 

3 hours ago, kenhockey2 said:

Thanks for sharing. 

Today's workout

35 minutes indoor spinning intervals.

2 hr, 10 min bike ride. 25 miles

20 minutes indoor spinning as a recovery.

I am going to hit 12 holes on the executive course at 3:00 pm. I am going to take a 30 nap. Just finished lunch.....Tuna sandwich and chicken noodle soup. 

I forgot to include Resistance bands circuit 2x15. Strength training workout

you may want look into a nutrient 

 dense diet to fuel your ambition 

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I keep forgetting to update this, but my workout Friday was:

Bench

Barbell Row

Back Squats 

shoulder press 

tricep pull downs 

bicep curls

All 3 sets of 12 or until failure in some cases. First time moving weight in a little while. I’m very sore lol. 

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J Crane:

Been battling a cold the last 5 days. I was good to eat after a bike ride. Balanced diet 50/30/20.

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30 minutes indoor spinning intervals. moderate

Resistance bands circuit 3x15

1 hour 45 minute bike ride. 23 miles of rolling terrain along the Palos Verdes Peninsula with the ocean to my left for 14 miles.

15 minutes indoor spinning as a cool down. 

10 min stretching movements.

I will do 5 mins of hitting plastic balls in my backyard with my irons

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