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2K7- workout A
Bodyweight warm-up: x2
A: 1-Arm ( broomstick) overhead squat - 10, 10,10
B: Stick-ups -8 Reps 10, 10,10
C: Close-grip push-ups -8 Reps10, 10,10

Warm-up x2
1A - BB Squats : 60kg-8, 60kg-8
1B - DB Incline press : 22.5kg-8, 22.5kg-8

1A BB Squats -: 100kg-8, 100kg-8, 100kg-8
# note concentrating on getting parallel everytime
1B DB Incline press - 25kg-8, 25kg-8, 25kg-10

2A DB Row - 32.5kg-8/8, 32.5kg-8/8, 32.5kg-8/8
2B 1-leg bench squat - 8 Reps for all sets 8/8, 8/8 8/8

3A DB swing - 15 Reps 20kg-15, 20kg-15, 20kg-15
3B Squat-thrusts with pushup - 10 reps x3

Wasn't going to push it too hard today since its the 1st day in the gym since last Sunday .... That said thought was a good solid workout - even got full reps on DB rows at that challenging weight.

Decided to do the intervals on separate days for awhile, think I need that to keep me active over winter months - lets see ....

Not great over the last few weeks, but as usual seems I have been overly harsh on myself weight today was 82kg so not really that bad!!

Need to change food for lunches as the weather change, call me what you want but can't seem to eat salads once the weather changes ... so plan was to have soups + fruit/yoghurt ( kept the protein up) as really need a change from chicken ... BUT then I have a WTF! moment in the supermarket every packet/canned soup had onions in them !! bugger. so guess will have to be beans on toast or something similar ?? hmmm

Date: 2009-04-26 06:58 am (UTC)
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I like onions but Carol doesn't. And both of us hate capsicums. I think every food company throws onions and capsicums in as a cheap filler, because they are both EVERYWHERE.

What about getting yourself a small slowcooker and make enough soup/stew to have for a dinner and freeze for a lunch (or next day for a lunch)? It works well for us & you can save some money that way. Soups and stews are easy and you can put it on before going to work, have dinner ready when you get home. I'd suggest a cooker with both a low and high setting. I use the high on the weekends when I've forgotten to put dinner on in the am, I can pop it on in the afternoon & still have dinner at a decent time.

Date: 2009-04-26 07:56 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
Yeah I hear you - I need to sit down & think it through - as i currently will not /don't use microwaves ... hence my dilemma.

That & my food tends to be a lot lighter - ie not a big stew/caserole eater - used to be years back though - so that might need to change as well


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