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Old 12-13-2011, 09:58 AM   #1
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Default Train hard or stay home

Greetings all,

I've been looking for an active place that I can log my workouts, learn, laugh, help etc.

I started this journey about 5 years ago with no real idea of what I was doing but I was highlly motivated. Over the past 2 years I've really learned how to train smart. I took courses at the local community college for a WITS PT cert. I've been certified for almost 2 years now and through continuing education I have my vinyasa yoga endorsment, and my speical populations endorsment. The main reason I got into the classes is for myself, however it is slowly growing wings as a business venture out of pure conincidence. Anyway I'm not here to advertise I'm here to simply chat fitness.

My routine is very dynamic but everything is tantamount to nutrition.

I have my lifting periodized into 6 week cycles. Currently I'm lifting for strength gains for week 1 and its a 4 day a week split. Week 2 is MMA style circuit training which is something I'm new at, but its the best damn workout I've ever done.

I also do yoga 3-5 days a week. I mix that up either with a goal for deep stretching/ mobility, or strength, or both.

My training is very intense and focused, I think yoga has really helped with that. I'm 6'3" and 192 lbs. I have no idea my body fat percentage since its been a while but last year it was 9.8%

I do know that I started out at 240lbs and a size 38 waist. Now my waist is 32.

Any questions or comments are always welcome.
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