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  • queboobooquebooboo Posts: 13Member Member Posts: 13Member Member
    aokoye wrote: »
    quebooboo wrote: »
    Everyone is so active and it's so inspiring (and a bit intimidating)! Today, I walked two miles while wearing my 28 lb infant, played just dance for 45 mins, and I think exclusively breastfeeding counts as a workout too 😅 I'll probably fit more activity in this evening. Till then, I've got a house to clean and laundry to finish!

    I think taking care of an infant counts as a workout.

    I should be as strong as an ox then! I stay home with 5 kids and homeschool them. Lol. It takes a lot of work to stay active believe it or not while juggling everyone's needs. I do get my steps in tho 😆
    edited January 24
  • coachchbrowncoachchbrown Posts: 10Member Member Posts: 10Member Member
    20 mins ab routine
    4 sets of 12-15 pull-ups reverse grip
    35 mins lift: arms

    Happy Friday!
  • Finafoshizzle93Finafoshizzle93 Posts: 138Member Member Posts: 138Member Member
    40 min elliptical

    15 girl push ups
    20 ball crunches
    Repeat 5x

    16 kettlebell squats swings (15 lbs)
    30 med ball twists
    Repeat 3x

    15 Triceps overheads dips (25 lbs)
    10 shoulder rows each side - 20 lbs
    Repeat 3x

    12 Leg press - 150 lbs
    10 side crunches - 15 lb kettlebell
    Repeat 3x
  • LoveyCharLoveyChar Posts: 571Member Member Posts: 571Member Member
    quebooboo wrote: »
    Everyone is so active and it's so inspiring (and a bit intimidating)! Today, I walked two miles while wearing my 28 lb infant, played just dance for 45 mins, and I think exclusively breastfeeding counts as a workout too 😅 I'll probably fit more activity in this evening. Till then, I've got a house to clean and laundry to finish!

    I have a 21 month old that weighs around what your little one weighs (he may be 30-31 pounds now, I don't know). But wearing him and walking around with him sounds like a great idea!
  • LoveyCharLoveyChar Posts: 571Member Member Posts: 571Member Member
    4 minutes planks

    5 minutes 5 pound dumbbells to work out biceps and triceps

    3.2 mile run
    edited January 25
  • OY74NmFGBLOY74NmFGBL Posts: 343Member Member Posts: 343Member Member
    15 min lucy Wyndham read YouTube workout
    60 min boxing workout
  • AliNouveauAliNouveau Posts: 34,699Member Member Posts: 34,699Member Member
    Figure skating for 1 hour
    Curling for 2 hours
  • nighthawk584nighthawk584 Posts: 1,665Member Member Posts: 1,665Member Member
    Friday 1/24: Shoveling heavy wet snow for an hour non-stop, 33 min spin bike (vigorous), 25 pullups (in small sets 4, 5, or 6, to failure. getting better at them)
    edited January 25
  • i_fraser11i_fraser11 Posts: 21Member Member Posts: 21Member Member
    Biceps & forearms. Then some abs and calves. Bodyparts which can get neglected on bodypart splits.💪🏻
  • J_NY_ZJ_NY_Z Posts: 1,337Member Member Posts: 1,337Member Member
    Barbell Bench Press
    Set 1 : 185x3
    Set 2 : 185x3
    Set 3 : 185x3
    Set 4 : 185x3
    Set 5 : 185x3
    Set 6 : 135x5

    Machine Assisted Dip
    Set 1 : 50x5
    Set 2 : 40x5
    Set 3 : 30x5
    Set 4 : 20x5
    Set 5 : 10x5

    Machine Fly
    Set 1 : 145x5
    Set 2 : 160x5
    Set 3 : 175x5
    Set 4 : 190x5
    Set 5 : 205x5
  • nighthawk584nighthawk584 Posts: 1,665Member Member Posts: 1,665Member Member
    Sat 1/25: 35 min spin bike, combo of pushups and pullups
  • LoveyCharLoveyChar Posts: 571Member Member Posts: 571Member Member
    4 minutes 44 seconds of planks and ran 6.4 miles!
  • J_NY_ZJ_NY_Z Posts: 1,337Member Member Posts: 1,337Member Member
    LoveyChar wrote: »
    4 minutes 44 seconds of planks and ran 6.4 miles!

    That is a looong plank!
  • aokoyeaokoye Posts: 3,495Member Member Posts: 3,495Member Member
    Sculling - 10.6km. My right hand decided that slipping down the oar handle was totally in style. Needless to say, I was not amused.
  • J_NY_ZJ_NY_Z Posts: 1,337Member Member Posts: 1,337Member Member
    I tore up my back room floor in about 2 hours. No idea on the calorie burn.
  • sonyaj989sonyaj989 Posts: 2Member Member Posts: 2Member Member
    A hour of cardio kickboxing.
  • nighthawk584nighthawk584 Posts: 1,665Member Member Posts: 1,665Member Member
    Sun 1/26: slow concentrated pull ups (7, 3) followed immediately by 107 slow push ups in sets to failure (31, 20, 15, 14, 15, 12) , 45 min spin bike
    edited January 26
  • LoveyCharLoveyChar Posts: 571Member Member Posts: 571Member Member
    J_NY_Z wrote: »
    LoveyChar wrote: »
    4 minutes 44 seconds of planks and ran 6.4 miles!

    That is a looong plank!

    Hahaha it's several!
  • LoveyCharLoveyChar Posts: 571Member Member Posts: 571Member Member
    Ran 19.1 miles and walked 1.1 (marathon training) + 4 minutes and 52 seconds of planks!
  • aokoyeaokoye Posts: 3,495Member Member Posts: 3,495Member Member
    Workout number 2: ramp test on TrainerRoad. FTP is up up 3 watts from the last time I took it. I suspect I could have maybe gone harder, maybe. Thanks to erging, my legs gave out before my lungs did and my max HR for the test was only 171. This is why I can't rely on cycling as a replacement for erging when I have to do erg tests.

    I'm trying to figure out how to schedule my weeks exercise wise as it's become very unwieldy. I think the answer involves taking advantage of the fact that I can take a nap on Monday, waking up early enough that I can take advantage of free street parking on Tuesdays and Thursdays (5:45 maybe which is not that bad), and much to the potentially smug pleasure of some people here, three days two days of strength a week. Also a lot of two a days and one three a day if we're counting yoga in that three (I'm gonna go with a no on that because while it's important, what I'm doing yoga wise doesn't involve any fatigue for me). Logically this should work and I'm giving myself Fridays off (which is a very good thing for a lot of reasons). I'll also be doing TrainerRoad's Sweet Spot base 2 plan which is organized better than Zwift's plans.

    edit: further research makes it appear that two days a week is more logical given my erg schedule and what erg workouts tend to be when. An AT (anaerobic threshold) workout the evening after a strength training day seems like a very bad plan. I might make that day plyometric with a side of the core strength routine that I "hate" because it's really hard, aka good for me.
    edited January 27
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