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  • RepswithRyanRepswithRyan Member, Premium Posts: 168 Member Member, Premium Posts: 168 Member
    3x20 Plank leg raises
    3x20 Plank side crunches
    3x20 Bodysaw
    3x20 Plank rotations
    3x20 Side plank rotations
    3x20 Side plank knee taps
    4x20 Tricep dips
    4x20 Leg raises
    2x30s Tuck hold
    2x30s Boat pose hold
    2x30s Tuck sit hold
  • JimDewJimDew Member Posts: 1,005 Member Member Posts: 1,005 Member
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    Good run. But I don’t look motivated for rings, do I?
  • briscogunbriscogun Member Posts: 931 Member Member Posts: 931 Member
    3.25 miles, push-ups and chin-ups!
  • MikePfirrmanMikePfirrman Member Posts: 1,877 Member Member Posts: 1,877 Member
    50 minutes, a bit harder than yesterday's test run for my back. Nothing too hard, kept HR between 65% and 70% of max. 30 on the LateralX and 20 on the Assault Bike. Around 620 calories or so. Still too hot to row and I'm not sure if it wasn't that I would yet. Want to make sure the back is feeling much stronger before I attempt that.

    Bought a planking board with a game built into it. Frustrated with how often my back has been hurt. Going to work a lot more on my abs. I'm believing I'm out of balance with my core not matching my back muscles. My shoulders used to get injured a lot when I did too much rowing or too much benching. I'm a firm believer in balancing the body out. Although rowing does work the core, I hadn't been rowing much lately, so I'm guessing that's why I pulled something last week, one day after my monthly hard row timed test.
  • drmwcdrmwc Member, Premium Posts: 482 Member Member, Premium Posts: 482 Member
    I had a long weekend away, scuba diving in Scotland.

    Wednesday I thought I had corona virus symptoms, so I went for a test. I didn't do much exercise - I ended up working to midnight to get ready for the long weekend away.

    Thursday The test came back negative, and the symptoms vanished, so I drove to Scotland, leaving mine at around 2.30 p.m. and getting there for 9 p.m. I didn't get much exercise in due to driving, but managed 11,000 steps.

    Friday Diving! I got a 45 minute seal dive in. I got some walks in, finishing on over 20,000 steps.

    Saturday Diving! A 60 minute reef dive - it was very nice, and stunning visibility. Only 17,000 steps.

    Sunday Diving! Another 60 minute reef dive. I went for a bit of a hike afterwards, getting 28,000 steps.

    Monday Diving! Another 60 minute reef dive. I drove home afterwards, getting back to mine at about 10.30 p.m. I only managed 10,000 steps, mainly due to the inconvenience of a 8 hour drive.

    I will climb tonight.

    edited August 11
  • charsuzycharsuzy Member Posts: 68 Member Member Posts: 68 Member
    I did standing at my desk at work by creating a "stand up desk" that cost me nothing. I found a link to figure out calories burned from "standing" here https://captaincalculator.com/health/calorie/calories-burned-standing-calculator/
  • alexmosealexmose Member Posts: 694 Member Member Posts: 694 Member
    Full body MAPS anabolic. I should have waited a bit longer between my morning session and teaching BP last night, as I had to lower the load of my DLs.
  • MikePfirrmanMikePfirrman Member Posts: 1,877 Member Member Posts: 1,877 Member
    Did around 55 minutes -- 30 minutes of interval work (one minute easy, one moderate, one all out, repeat) and then 25 minutes of Steady State as a CD. Around 800 calories for the 55 minutes, so I was pushing pretty good finally today.

    Still no rower -- 30 of intervals on the LateralX, which I'm pleased to be able to get to 90% of max HR on if I set it at the highest resistance -- and 25 C/D on the AD Pro (Assault Bike). Went pretty easy on that, around 70% of max HR, which was very slow because the HR stayed elevated a bit from the interval work. Higher than the average Watts would normally dictate.

    If there's a time where I can't row, this is a good one. We're having a record August for heat after a record July. Our highs have been 106/107 all week and the lows are only down to 83 or 82. I don't like to row outside until it's around 75 or so at 5 AM, then I'll start early. By Winter, I'm rowing outside in the sun at lunch to keep me warm at 45/50 degrees.
    edited August 11
  • colieblossomcolieblossom Member Posts: 65 Member Member Posts: 65 Member
    Hi I walked 65 minutes and then some.
    1 hour home fitness.
  • ExistingFishExistingFish Member Posts: 1,109 Member Member Posts: 1,109 Member
    I did week 6 day two of Jeff Nippards Fundamentals of Hypertrophy program, it's upper day. 70 minutes of strength training.
  • veggiepatveggiepat Member Posts: 120 Member Member Posts: 120 Member
    Wasn't feeling too well today, but was able to do a 20 minute Soul Sessions with Gina B. at Up To The Beat Fitness! Yay!https://youtube.com/watch?v=6Fy1PEvHyfI&t=1033s
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    edited August 12
  • AnnPT77AnnPT77 Member, Premium Posts: 16,515 Member Member, Premium Posts: 16,515 Member
    Still not regularly participating in the thread, because I'm too booorrrrrrinnngggg, but still plugging away at my minimalist steady state machine row 6 days a week, lacadaisical lifting 3 days a week. It'll have to do. 😉 Probably get in enough meters to hit the Dog Days Challenge, at least (yup, that minimalist).
    50 minutes, a bit harder than yesterday's test run for my back. Nothing too hard, kept HR between 65% and 70% of max. 30 on the LateralX and 20 on the Assault Bike. Around 620 calories or so. Still too hot to row and I'm not sure if it wasn't that I would yet. Want to make sure the back is feeling much stronger before I attempt that.

    Bought a planking board with a game built into it. Frustrated with how often my back has been hurt. Going to work a lot more on my abs. I'm believing I'm out of balance with my core not matching my back muscles. My shoulders used to get injured a lot when I did too much rowing or too much benching. I'm a firm believer in balancing the body out. Although rowing does work the core, I hadn't been rowing much lately, so I'm guessing that's why I pulled something last week, one day after my monthly hard row timed test.

    So sorry you're going through this, Mike! Especially bad timing if you'd been planning to enter the USRowing Virtual Summer National Championships . . . looks to have been low participation, and not hypercompetitive (at least in the classes of interest to me). Not a chance in the world of winning/medaling, but age group doesn't look ultra-fast, even though no weight classes. I'd wondered if it would be low participation. Not sure how the men's masters classes were competitively, though. Men's is usually stronger (relatively speaking) than women's, in indoor masters, it seems like.

    Hope your new routine helps you heal and avoid repeats.
    edited August 12
  • alexmosealexmose Member Posts: 694 Member Member Posts: 694 Member
    Yesterday I sadly thought I had the power for a fully body. I did it. My deadlifts suffered. My shoulders rocked it. 2 days of rest/cardio to come. I think I’ll attempt to run today!
  • alexmosealexmose Member Posts: 694 Member Member Posts: 694 Member
    It’s raining ^^^ :)
  • briscogunbriscogun Member Posts: 931 Member Member Posts: 931 Member
    Only 2 1/4 miles today, 20+ chin-ups, 50+ push-up.

    Woke up really tired. I usually have a cup of coffee, wait about 30-45 minutes and then do my 3 miles, but decided this morning to delay the coffee and just get after it. Never really found my breathing today and kind of labored. Why struggle and be miserable if I don't have to? So I cut it a bit short. I'll get after it again Friday!
  • ccrdragonccrdragon Member Posts: 2,730 Member Member Posts: 2,730 Member
    Had a morning ride on the bike doing 19 miles in 92 minutes - did what passes for hills around here so a little slower than usual. Will be doing upper body/core work this afternoon to help balance out the leg work.
  • JimDewJimDew Member Posts: 1,005 Member Member Posts: 1,005 Member
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    Gettin’ miles!
  • colieblossomcolieblossom Member Posts: 65 Member Member Posts: 65 Member
    Hi, so far I walked 3 miles
  • JVick2013JVick2013 Member Posts: 4 Member Member Posts: 4 Member
    today was Les Mills (on demand, ROKU) body pump #103 45 minutes. Tricep hell. :)
  • pisces0479pisces0479 Member Posts: 1 Member Member Posts: 1 Member
    Today I did some stretching, lunges, push ups and kettlebell.
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