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  • cgvet37cgvet37 Member Posts: 1,076 Member Member Posts: 1,076 Member
    Bench
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    Close grip bench 3x15
    OHP 3x5-8
    Machine fly 3x15
    Face pulls 4x12
    Tricep rope extension 3x15
    Grip work
  • MikePfirrmanMikePfirrman Member Posts: 1,840 Member Member Posts: 1,840 Member
    alexmose wrote: »
    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!

    I used to drink a ton of water and not do anything for electrolytes until a few years back I lost complete vision while sitting at work. Turns out, I had just the beginning of a massive migraine. I literally couldn't see for like five minutes. Scared the bejesus out of me (because I also have a narrow optic nerve and I'm at risk of glaucoma and I make a living with my eyes). Went to see the eye doc as the vision came back later that day and he said "we got our first migraine of the Summer".

    You should supplement with electrolytes. I found these really cheap pills that are great. So much cheaper than most other supplements. Medi-Lytes. Everything you need without fluff. Dirt cheap and effective. I've also been on a total mineral kick. Fulvic/Humic Mineral supplements -- provide all the minerals our bodies don't get any longer. I've felt energized since taking mineral supplements. Some high quality multi-vitamins have a few basic minerals but this has them all. Our bodies need minerals and industrial farming has stripped the soil of most minerals. Ancient man drank from wells and streams loaded with natural mineral water.

    Did an hour easy today. Only 10 minutes on the rower (was 94 today at lunch) and 50 on the LateralX and AD Pro. All between 60% and 70% of max HR.

  • alexmosealexmose Member Posts: 691 Member Member Posts: 691 Member
    taught some bodypump!
  • AnnPT77AnnPT77 Member, Premium Posts: 16,456 Member Member, Premium Posts: 16,456 Member
    Rowed bow in the double, 6878m.
  • drmwcdrmwc Member, Premium Posts: 480 Member Member, Premium Posts: 480 Member
    I managed a 2 mile walk. It took ages, and hurt a bit. I took a broom with me as a walking stick, which worked OK as a plan.

    It feels better today. I had an attempt at yoga, which didn't go very well.

    I have a pretty impressive bruise.
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  • J72FITJ72FIT Member Posts: 5,530 Member Member Posts: 5,530 Member
    Yoga (15min)
    Stomach Vacuums - 30sec on 15 sec off x 8 rounds (6min)
    Dead Hangs and Wall Supported Handstands - 30sec on 15 sec off x 8 rounds (6min)
    Handstand Pushup EMOM - 1 rep every 2 minutes for 30 minutes
  • MikePfirrmanMikePfirrman Member Posts: 1,840 Member Member Posts: 1,840 Member
    I did one that I don't normally do -- 16 X 30 seconds on the Assault Bike w/ 90 second rests. Sounded easy until about four or five into it. Hit max Watts on my bike (around 960). First time I've done that. HR spiked to around 85% to 91% toward the end on each interval. 680 calories in 45 minutes including the 5 minute warmup on the LateralX.
  • IronIsMyTherapyIronIsMyTherapy Member Posts: 168 Member Member Posts: 168 Member
    Shoulders followed by 20 mins spin.
  • BahstenB10BahstenB10 Member Posts: 171 Member Member Posts: 171 Member
    Run up 72 stairs - walk down - total of 1800 stairs.

    5 rounds tabata 40W:20R 45 seconds between rounds:
    High knees, plank shoulder taps, butt kicks, mountain climbers, toe taps on step, plank jacks / side steps
  • AnnPT77AnnPT77 Member, Premium Posts: 16,456 Member Member, Premium Posts: 16,456 Member
    Casual hybrid bike ride, easy pace, 13.68mi, some road, mostly paved trails. Explored a trail extension on the South end of town that I hadn't visited yet, found that it leads to an adaptive canoe/kayak launch (designed to be able to get in boat from wheelchair or with other mobility challenges, and launch/land). That was interesting.

    Also, 41 minutes messing around with the dumbbells at home.

    This next is not a whine, not even a little, but a "wow" for me, deep sympathy for those affected on the West coast (US), and an FYI for others. The fires out West are so extreme that they've affected air quality here, over 2,000 miles away to the East (across a huge mountain range and one of the world's larger freshwater lakes besides). Our air quality is never an issue here, and the fires' smoke has raised that level, the sun is a hazy pink, especially at sun rise/set, and there's a gray cast to the sky all day. Repeating: 2000+ miles (3200+ km) away from the fires.

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  • cgvet37cgvet37 Member Posts: 1,076 Member Member Posts: 1,076 Member
    5 tire deadlifts
    Tire farmer carry
    5 tire deadlifts
    10 battle rope slams
    10 kettle bell swings
    6 rounds
  • drmwcdrmwc Member, Premium Posts: 480 Member Member, Premium Posts: 480 Member
    My foot felt a lot better, so I tried an hour of yoga, which didn't go brilliantly.

    I got a walk in over lunch, and another one in the evening, so I probably ended up on around 15,000 steps. (I'm not sure as I smashed my Fitbit, and I don't like using the phone to track.)

    I was limping for the lunch time walk, but pretty much at full speed by the evening.
  • davidmary0043davidmary0043 Member Posts: 4 Member Member Posts: 4 Member
    15 mints games for Love handle, 15 mints games for belly fat loss, and running for 15 mints
  • glittersupernovaglittersupernova Member, Premium Posts: 89 Member Member, Premium Posts: 89 Member
    Just started swimming laps again after waiting a long time—was hospitalized for a torn artery. My workout this time was 1400 yards in 30 minutes. My Apple Watch is a big motivator since it tracks my heart rate, lap number/style, etc. I love it!
  • JimDewJimDew Member Posts: 998 Member Member Posts: 998 Member
  • AnnPT77AnnPT77 Member, Premium Posts: 16,456 Member Member, Premium Posts: 16,456 Member
    Rowing machine, 4 x (2k on, 2' off/CD with the usual row in/out), moderate steady state, 70% HR reserve and below.
  • MikePfirrmanMikePfirrman Member Posts: 1,840 Member Member Posts: 1,840 Member
    Super easy workout.
  • jukeitzjukeitz Member Posts: 87 Member Member Posts: 87 Member
    Military BarW2, 135/6, 185/4
    205/2, 195/4, 165/8, 135/10
    Shrugs 225/8, 315/8, 365/8
    L Raise BarW2, 95/8, 115/8-2, 95/8
    D Squat BarW, 135/8, 185/8, 225/8

  • alexmosealexmose Member Posts: 691 Member Member Posts: 691 Member
    MAPS Anabolic phase 3 kicked my butt!!
  • IronIsMyTherapyIronIsMyTherapy Member Posts: 168 Member Member Posts: 168 Member
    Chest, triceps, 15 mins spin bike
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