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  • AnnPT77AnnPT77 Member, Premium Posts: 16,456 Member Member, Premium Posts: 16,456 Member
    On water row in the double (with the med student who flipped the other day, trying to help him add a little more safety to his bladework, and also feel somewhat reassured that he can do this). About 53 minutes moving, a bit more than that wall clock, 7,225m total. Decent but manageable East wind, which kicks up a bit of chop on our stretch of river.
  • Mariner322007Mariner322007 Member Posts: 19 Member Member Posts: 19 Member
    Treadmill- 30 mins
    Push ups 4 sets of 15
  • cgvet37cgvet37 Member Posts: 1,076 Member Member Posts: 1,076 Member
    Deadlift
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    Wide drip cable row 3x15
    Dumbell pullover 3x15
    Close grip lat pulldown 3x5-8
    Preacher curl 3x15
    Dumbell shrugs 2x10
    Reverse hyper 3x10
  • BahstenB10BahstenB10 Member Posts: 171 Member Member Posts: 171 Member
    110 stories of stairs for our 9/11 responders which was 2,640 stairs. Also did house of cards - ♦️: bent over row, ♥️: push ups; ♠️: curls under 7 21 style; ♣️: dips, aces: 15 battle rope slams; 🃏: plank til failure
  • MikePfirrmanMikePfirrman Member Posts: 1,840 Member Member Posts: 1,840 Member
    Did a not very strict (loose) 4 X 10 minute interval workout set. First 10 on the rower (only half of which I picked up the pace), 10 on the LateralX and 2 10 minute sets on the AD Pro (Assault Bike) -- then a 5 minute or so C/D. Around 700 calories for the 50 minutes. Got up to 93% max HR on the last one only. Rest were between 85% and 90%.

    Nearly through my 100 pushups on the day. Might break out the new Total Gym (imitation) today -- a Weider Total Gym knockoff I picked up on sale for $150 from Walmart. I bought my stepson one several years back and Weider just came back out with it. It used to be $300 and was every bit as good as a Total Gym (which I also had years ago). I actually like the Weider better in some regards. So for $150 it was a steal.
    edited September 11
  • J72FITJ72FIT Member Posts: 5,530 Member Member Posts: 5,530 Member
    Yoga (15min), dead hangs (2m15s), handstand wall holds (2m15s), stomach vacuums (4m30s).
    Strength: Chest, back, shoulders and traps (20min)
  • AndreaTamiraAndreaTamira Member, Premium Posts: 40 Member Member, Premium Posts: 40 Member
    I got it into my head to walk to a meeting with friends instead of taking the bus. 3 hours there. Then I decided "hey, I can just walk home, too." - Now I am very exhausted.
  • angelfoodcakeeangelfoodcakee Member Posts: 24 Member Member Posts: 24 Member
    Nothing exciting at all, I went for a short 20 minute walk around the neighborhood. I'm recovering from a labral tear so this was my limit unfortunately. I really miss long walks :( especially this time of year it's lovely.
  • JimDewJimDew Member Posts: 998 Member Member Posts: 998 Member
    I’m a runner.... typically about 6 miles a day.

    One thing I’m jealous of you bikers for..... you get so much more distance in a short time. Get to see more, enjoy the different scenery (and yes, coast a few hills, you lazy butts! 😂)

    Maybe one day I’ll have to bike. But I’ll take my 10k in 54 minutes for now. :).

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  • alexmosealexmose Member Posts: 691 Member Member Posts: 691 Member
    My bike came! but My dad insists on putting it together for me next weekend. For everyone's awareness, ordered in July from the Netherlands.

    Hoping to revive myself for a full-body workout this morning
  • jungkooksdonut17jungkooksdonut17 Member Posts: 95 Member Member Posts: 95 Member
    I guess you could say I don't exactly "work out" like most people do. What I do is I learn certain dance routines to songs I like (and they're actually really intricate so it actually burns calories), but I also have a thigh gap workout that I do daily.

    In general though, I don't work out much as I mainly rely on my calorie deficit to lose weight.
  • drmwcdrmwc Member, Premium Posts: 480 Member Member, Premium Posts: 480 Member
    I went climbing outdoors. It was, ahem, interesting. We were bouldering, and the tallest boulder we did was around 5 meters. The fear of falling is a real thing at that height, even if the climb is easy - you have no idea if the crash pads are beneath you or not at that point. The climbs generally ended in a mantle to the top maneuver, which was typically terrifying.

    My buddy twisted her ankle. It was a short fall (less than 1 metre), but she landed awkwardly. I think it's minor, but it was scary. We carried her to my car, and she has struggled to put weight on it since then.

    The other bad thing was my Fitbit - the strap broke, and that caused it to fall on rock on the screen to break. I have ordered a new one, but I went for a new model so I won't get it for a few weeks. It will be interesting not knowing step count, estimated calories out etc. for a bit.
    edited September 12
  • AnnPT77AnnPT77 Member, Premium Posts: 16,456 Member Member, Premium Posts: 16,456 Member
    Rowed the double again, forgot to turn the Garmin on until a few hundred meters into the row, but it would've been 7k +/- a couple hundred, total. A little under an hour moving, plus the usual boat-carrying'n'stuff. Working on releases and length, when I'm not steering or "coaching". My releases are ugly.

    ("Coaching" = Working again with the guy who flipped last Saturday, to make him - I hope - a little less likely to catch a crab. He sits stroke where I can watch him, I sit bow. I think I finally found a drill that really helped him, as his bladework was less risky more of the time afterwards. A funny thing about on-water rowing is that some changes can make rowing feel like less work, but actually move the boat more effectively. Saw a little bit of that happening today - makes me happy.)

    Later in the day, some dumbbell stuff for 44 minutes.
  • drmwcdrmwc Member, Premium Posts: 480 Member Member, Premium Posts: 480 Member
    I got bored last night, so did a lower body lifting session.

    Squats 3 sets of 6, 80 kgs
    Deadlift 3 sets of 5, 100 kgs
    Pistols Loads!

    Today, I did 2 hours of training on my home climbing wall. This ended badly - I was attempting a move that required momentum. My left hand was on a tiny hold, my right hand moving. I fell from the top of the wall, and my foot fell between the crack between the two mats.

    I have a full range of motion still, and I can walk short distances. More than 5 minutes on my feet gets a bit painful. The bruise is impressive.

    It should be fine with a bit of rest and ice.
    edited September 13
  • alexmosealexmose Member Posts: 691 Member Member Posts: 691 Member
    Does anyone else overhydrate? I think I drink too much water and my electrolytes plummet. I also eat pretty clean but try to salt everything!
  • AndreaTamiraAndreaTamira Member, Premium Posts: 40 Member Member, Premium Posts: 40 Member
    drmwc wrote: »

    Today, I did 2 hours of training on my home climbing wall. This ended badly - I was attempting a move that required momentum. My left hand was on a tiny hold, my right hand moving. I fell from the top of the wall, and my foot fell between the crack between the two mats.

    I have a full range of motion still, and I can walk short distances. More than 5 minutes on my feet gets a bit painful. The bruise is impressive.

    It should be fine with a bit of rest and ice.

    Ouch. Hope you are right and it's better soon.

    On the plus side: You gave a freaking climbing wall at home?!? That's cool!
  • cgvet37cgvet37 Member Posts: 1,076 Member Member Posts: 1,076 Member
    Five tire deadlifts
    Tire farmer carry
    Five tire deadlifts
    10 battle rope slams
    10 kettle bell swings
    6 rounds
  • drmwcdrmwc Member, Premium Posts: 480 Member Member, Premium Posts: 480 Member

    Ouch. Hope you are right and it's better soon.

    On the plus side: You gave a freaking climbing wall at home?!? That's cool!

    Thanks! It is in my garden. The idea of getting one occurred to me in the first month of lockdown; I then had it by round about the third month. My profile picture. is me cutting loose on a climb on it. It is about 3.5 metres high at the top; at 35 degree overhang.

    This is a reasonably up to date picture of it:
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    The left hand upright started to warp alarmingly, so I had another support plank to both the vertical planks, and it now seems pretty solid.

    There is a hangboard just out of view on the right, by the rings.

    On my fall, my left hand was on the black crimp just to the right of the top red volume; my left hand was on one of the yellow pinches on the volume. I was going for left hand to the blue jug towards the right on the top row. This is not an easy move for me - the crimp is probably around 12mm positive, so I've fallen on it a few times. (I do occasionally get it, though.)


    edited September 14
  • JimDewJimDew Member Posts: 998 Member Member Posts: 998 Member
  • briscogunbriscogun Member Posts: 922 Member Member Posts: 922 Member
    Only a 2 1/4 mile run today. Just couldn't quite get my breathing right, felt kinda labored and didn't want to push it if I didn't need to.

    25+ chin-ups
    50+ push-ups

    (Threw in a bit of a yoga stretch for good measure, too. Trying to get back on the yoga train...)
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