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    Boring old fossil Night's Avatar
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    - Ran/elliptical work for 35 minutes - 450 calories knocked off
    - New weight technique: two 10-lb barbels pressed together between outstretched arms - rep = single chest press extension. 4 reps of 5 extensions for great shoulder/abs routine

    Best of luck everyone!

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    My shoulders are still sore from yesterday's weights - does that count?

    Just kidding - will do my 30 minutes today and weights.

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    I have school all day today but I did some lunges and sqauts this morning
    while my coffee was brewing and I think I'm gonna hit up the school gym after
    this class because I have a lengthy break
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    Good luck guys! You all did such a wonderful job so far!

    I've reached my targets for today as well.

    Quick recap:

    15 min. cardio warm up (stepper, level 6, 105 kcal)
    30 min. weight training (circle - 30 sec. break in between machines)
    45 min. cardio training (elliptical machine, level 14, 651 kcal)

    Caloric intake: about 1500 kcal

    For more detailed info, check out my exercise log in the blog section. I won't post in here every time, or you'll hate me after a month. I'll continue to post there.



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    I won't be exercising til later.

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    I did some exercise today but I'm not in pain so I don't think I did it right...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    Ok, did mine for the day. I also did some of my shoulder exercises. I'm going to have to try to remember what those were. I had my 4 year old take some (scary) before pics which I'm not going to post quite yet!

    I am now a zombie.
    Heh. *withholds comment about the need for brains*

    I mean, great way to start off!

    Quote Originally Posted by scantilyclad View Post
    I have school all day today but I did some lunges and sqauts this morning
    while my coffee was brewing and I think I'm gonna hit up the school gym after
    this class because I have a lengthy break
    Ah.. the early morning workout - they are the best. Even if the rest of the day sucks, you know you did something to make yourself healthier. That's a good habit to get into if you can manage it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    I did some exercise today but I'm not in pain so I don't think I did it right...
    Heh. Depends - if it's the first time you've exercised in a while, you may want to keep an eye out for tomorrow and the day afterward. If you don't get sore, then that means you can push yourself a might harder. What kind of exercise did you do?

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    Today: 30 minutes of Cross Trainer cardio. One hour of circuit training in my Weight Training class. Level 1 of the 30 Day Shred with 5lb. dumbbells.

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    Goal is to train three times a week. Bench 140kg in a loose shirt and deadlift 220kg in a belt @ under 80kg. I want to get as close to a double bw bench and triple bw deadlift as I can. Present bw is 76kg

    Benched up to easy max (no failure) 110kg
    Close grip press 90kg 3 sets of 3
    Dumbbell Incline press 30kg 3X8
    DB Shoulder press 17.5kg 3X15

    25 min cycling.

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    Forgot to post here.

    Did all my exercises (lunges, push ups, sit ups, and pilates)
    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

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