I know I should have done this a couple months ago when I started lifting regularly again, but honestly, I'm just terrible at logging, and I tend to stray from my intended routine. Good days see more reps, sets, and weight than prescribed, rough days I sometimes tuck tail and head home.
Today was a good day!
July 6, 2011
10lb medicine ball x10
12lb medicine ball x10
12lb medicine ball x15
Seated Hamstring Curl, single leg
Barbell Calf raises
I hope I can continue to log properly, I think it's the motivation I need to keep at it while my lifting partner is away for a few weeks.
Forgot to add...
Currently searching for anyone that needs a supplement guinea pig. The only thing I'm taking is ON platinum hydro whey. Full time student and parent leaves little in the budget for luxuries like supplements, especially ones that I won't know if they're what I'm looking for until I've used half of a $50 bottle or tub.
Looking good!! Its full of all the right exercises :D
Those are badass deadlifts!!
At the moment I am a big fan of chocolate milk post workout. Its fairly cheap and works well in my opinion.
Creatine is also cheap and effective.
For clarification on the supps post, I've been out of the market for supplements for a while. I really just don't know where to put what money I have to spend. I'd love to find an expo or something and just go swipe a sample of everything.
Food is the best supplement mate. Save your money for meat and milk.
nice work buddy
Deadlifting after GM sound like hell haha, great work!!
I'm not fond of traditional "warmup", so if I don't do good mornings or weighted hyperextensions then I suffer the consequences.
Can a mod move this log to the training logs sub-forum? So used to being in the beginner forum I just automatically wrote it here.
Abaddon, I feel as though I'm eating "right" for my goal, increased strength at my current weight. I take in plenty of calories from whole foods.
Your warmup, or ramping style on deads, reminded me on my workouts. Not sure if you do that all the time, but I prefer few warmup reps and slower builds.
It's not usually that dramatic, but usually along the lines of light weight x8, moderate x6, heavy x3, heavy x3, heavy x3, really heavy x1, really heavy x1, really heavy x1
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