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Default Summer 2011 Workout Thread - 05-16-2011, 03:24 PM

I thought I'd start another workout thread as the other one is a little bit cluttered with posts. This week starts me getting into working out hardcore. My first workout is tonight! I'm excited to get back into this for real and give it the attention that it needs and deserves.


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Default 05-16-2011, 05:17 PM

GET IT J!!! I'm subbed in for this thread, and apparently already cluttering things.
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GET IT J!!! I'm subbed in for this thread, and apparently already cluttering things.
Thanks man!

It wasn't so much all of the posts and encouragements from everyone on the board, it was my on and off workouts and sloppy log. I should have done it different but what's done is done. I'm moving on and looking ahead to the future. I'm just a person who's very organized and wants everything perfect.


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Default 05-17-2011, 06:20 PM

Sweeeet. Rock it man!
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Monday May 16th, 2011

~Legs~

Squats
Warm-up - 15lbs x 7
1st set - 20lbs x 7
2nd set - 25lbs x 7
2rd set - 30lbs x 7

Calf Raises
Warm-up - 15lbs x 30
1st set - 20lbs x 30
2nd set - 25lbs x 30
3rd set - 30lbs x 30

I just started off light since It's my first week back. I'll up the weight soon. It felt good working out. Not as good when I go to gym at college but still good.

I was wondering how many reps I show be doing when it comes to calf raises. I know the general amount of reps is 6-8. I wasn't sure what I should do there so I just did how many I could handle.


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Tuesday May 17th, 2011

~Chest~

Bench Press
Warm-up - 10lbs x 7
1st set - 15lbs x 7
2nd set - 20lbs x 7
3rd set - 25lbs x 7

Dumbbell Fly
Warm-up - 10lbs x 7
1st set - 15lbs x 7
2nd set - 20lbs x 7
3rd set - 25lbs x 7

It just kept it easy and simple. The 10lb warm-up is ridiculous but I didn't want to have trouble with the 30lbs at the end of the exercise. I also just skipped Incline Bench because I've had problems with it in the past. Next week I'll focus on my probelm areas: 30lbs and Incline Bench.

The dumbbell fly feels awkward to my body. I've never enjoyed it but hopefully I'll get used to it more as time goes on.


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Default 05-18-2011, 04:32 PM

Due to the recovery speed of calves we normally want to go real high on reps, pretty much until failure.

Good to see it rolling J. Don't slow down buddy
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Default 05-18-2011, 06:18 PM

Like Kris said, good to see this up and running! I agree with you on DB flyes, I'm always worried that the form is off so I don't go as high as I can on weight and keep things a little slower to make sure I'm keeping that form the best I can. Keep it up! It'll all seem easy soon enough!
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Default 05-18-2011, 09:50 PM

J1r, IMHO, I think starting off light is a smart decision, but that's because so many people try and jump right in and get so sore they get turned off on working out and don't want to feel sore. Just keep on at your pace, for a while anyway, then step it up.
That's just my opinion.
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I'm sorry I haven't kept you all updated on my workouts. I took some time off because I've been emotionally drained and then I got sick. Now I'm trying to recover. It figures that I wouldn't get sick at college but end up getting sick when I get home. I'll get back to my workouts when I can.


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Default 06-01-2011, 04:33 PM

Get well in both ways brother...then worry about the rest...


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Default 06-01-2011, 04:43 PM

Get back on it is all. We all go through it.


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Default 06-01-2011, 07:31 PM

Keep at it man. The only failure in working out is giving up. Get well then get going! Best of luck.
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Default 06-08-2011, 10:15 AM

Monday June 6, 2011

~Legs~

Squats
Warm-up - 20 x 7
1st set - 25 x 7
2nd set - 30 x 7
3rd set - 35 x 7

Calf Raises
Warm-up - 20 x 60
1st set - 25 x 50
2nd set - 30 x 40
3rd set - 35 x 35


I'm back! This week has been interesting. I started a new job yesterday. I work making candles in a hot warehouse standing for 8 hours a shift. It's not terrible but I need the money for college so it works for a job. With the economy the way it is right now, I'll take what I can get.

I didn't work out yesterday because I was spent and just started my job. I'm going to take Tuesday as my rest day so today will be my chest day.

Thank so much guys for all of your encouragement and support. It'll take me a little while to get a route going with working and working out but I'll do it.


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Default 06-09-2011, 09:32 PM

Josh is this a home workout or at a gym?


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Josh is this a home workout or at a gym?
I didn't see this post until now. It's a home workout.

Anything I should change? I'm doing legs tonight. I do two variations of squats with the dumbbells on leg days along with calf raises. I didn't post it twice because I didn't know what each of them where called. (My log should account for that and that's my fault that it's not completely accurate.) One variation is just having two dumbbells in your hands and the other is to hold one between your legs. I found the exercises on another website.


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Default 07-25-2011, 08:26 PM

Josh just make sure on your workouts that you don't limit yourself to a certain amount of reps unless you have plenty of weight to work with. IF and only IF you feel really worked over, do you stop in that rep range. There's nothing wrong with high reps with lower weight if you don't have enough. Now if the weight and rep range is leaving you feeling jelly legged, then carry on as you were.


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