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On 1/20/2019 at 8:02 AM, boogielicious said:

Today’s workout: Shoveling 5 inches of snow that has been rained on with 1 inch of rain!

I know that feeling lol

I have a little electric snowblower. And a 3 car wide, long driveway. Needless to say the snowblower wasn't having it haha

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6 hours ago, Slice of Life said:

I know that feeling lol

I have a little electric snowblower. And a 3 car wide, long driveway. Needless to say the snowblower wasn't having it haha

We have one too, but only one gets to use it. The others shovel to help. 

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Been a while since I have posted here. I started CrossFit after the New Year and I gotta say after only two months I am already in the best shape of my adult life (almost 40). 

It is just the right mix of accountability and team competition that gets me pushing myself and wanting to come back for more. 

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Bench press 4x10

pushups 4x10

flys 4x10

db shoulder press 4x10

db shoulder flys 4x10

tricep push down 4x10

skull crushers 4x10

crunches

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5:00 am workout 

40 minutes indoor spinning intervals

Resistance band strength training 3x15.  

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3x
12x Rear Shoulder Raises
16x Lunges
12x Leg Throws

3x
8x Shoulder Loops
16x Side Leg Throws

3x
8x Chest
8x Rows
8x Biceps
8x Triceps
20x Random Throws

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After not working out since December 8th, I am starting back this week. Did the Crossfit Open 19.1 on Monday. Going to start back slowly about 3 times a week right now

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After a crazy couple of months I finally got motivated to start my fitness journey back up. Did a dumbell routine today which included:

Bench press, incline bench press, goblet squats,  biceps curls,  and pullovers. Ended with some stretching. 

So excited to get going again. 

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Sunday workout

AM

30 mins indoor spinning intervals moderate. 

Circuit weight training using machines. 2x12 

35 mins elliptical machine intervals moderate. 

15 mins indoor spinning cool down activity. 

PM

35 mins treadmill walk run intervals moderate.  

Usually I go on a two hour bike ride Sunday morning. Had to cancel it and do an AM and PM workout. 

I need to do more stretching after working out. 

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Dealing with a knee sprain since New Years Eve, but finally almost 100%. Back to a 5x5 type program for now until softball/golf season starts, then I'll lay off the super heavy lifting for a while.

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Been so bad about posting here lately. Did dumbbell workouts on Monday and last night with stretching afterwards. Been feeling really good to get back into the gym with some regularity. Helps that we moved to a complex with an on site gym.

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AM workout

30 minutes elliptical machine intervals moderate. 

Dumbbell power clean and press. 15x10 20x10, 22x10

Kettlebell swings

5x10, 10x10, 15x10

Crunches 3x25

Mid morning workout

36 holes of Par 3 golf on the Executive course

Post golf workout

30 minutes indoor spinning intervals. Active recovery workout

Resistance band strength training 2x15. Light bands

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I'm still hitting the gym consistently 5x a week.

Played 18 holes on Wednesday and then back day on Thursday (yesterday).  Was a bit worried about putting too much stress on my back until I get back in the swing of things so dropped weight and reps and worked on form.

Deadlift: 275 x 6, 285 x 6, 295 x 5

Barbell Row: 170 x 6, 160 x 7, 160 x 6

Lat Pulldown: 120 x 8 x 3

Lat Parallel Grip Pulldown: 60 x 10, 65 x 8, 65 x 9

Barbell Shrug: 225 x 10, 225 x 8

Rear Delt Cable: 17.5 x 15 x 3

Calves raises.

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