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Post by Gin Master » Thu Jun 14, 2012 7:12 pm

Medically clear last Thursday. Did some tumbling and stretching. Not quite right. Did a lot of chainsawing and moving branches over the weekend. The movement helped break up some scar tissue and move stuff around. Decided to jump back in.

Monday am: 10 minutes on Airdyne.
Monday pm: Taught judo for three hours. Demo'd a lot of techniques. Before I thought about what was happening, I demo'd a turnover on a 300 pounder. That's all you need to know that the abs are in decent shape. Still not comfortable with falling.

Tuesday am: a few 2-minute rounds with Bas.
Tuesday pm: Taught judo. Rolled with the lighter folks. Got home and ran pass routes with my son.

Wednesday pm: More pass routes with the boy, who is all of a sudden obsessed with throwing and catching a football.

Thursday am: 10 min. Airdyne, walk some, swim some. Teaching kids judo tonight.

Good to be back.

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Post by powerlifter54 » Thu Jun 14, 2012 8:04 pm

Gin Master wrote:Medically clear last Thursday. Did some tumbling and stretching. Not quite right. Did a lot of chainsawing and moving branches over the weekend. The movement helped break up some scar tissue and move stuff around. Decided to jump back in.

Monday am: 10 minutes on Airdyne.
Monday pm: Taught judo for three hours. Demo'd a lot of techniques. Before I thought about what was happening, I demo'd a turnover on a 300 pounder. That's all you need to know that the abs are in decent shape. Still not comfortable with falling.

Tuesday am: a few 2-minute rounds with Bas.
Tuesday pm: Taught judo. Rolled with the lighter folks. Got home and ran pass routes with my son.

Wednesday pm: More pass routes with the boy, who is all of a sudden obsessed with throwing and catching a football.

Thursday am: 10 min. Airdyne, walk some, swim some. Teaching kids judo tonight.

Good to be back.
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Post by Blaidd Drwg » Thu Jun 14, 2012 8:06 pm

Where's your weight settled at?
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Post by Gin Master » Fri Jun 15, 2012 6:39 am

Blaidd Drwg wrote:Where's your weight settled at?
A fat 225. Smaller back, bigger gut. That should get sorted in the next six weeks or so.

Tonight: Taught kids judo. Three new ones, so we had some fun. Rolled with a couple folks from the adult class. Honestly I can't tell a bit of difference in timing. I don't have the burst turning people over using the trunk muscles (part of that is confidence, too), but everything seems to work pretty damn well.

Got MRI results on my right knee (I've hit out of pocket, so...). No tears in meniscus (which I was afraid of). Just arthritis and "minor general damage." No surgery necessary (it just hurts like hell right now). Good outcome.

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Post by Soupbone » Fri Jun 15, 2012 1:16 pm

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Post by Gin Master » Mon Jul 02, 2012 10:15 pm

Not much last week. Father's Day weekend was good. Games with kids: soccer, football, basketball, and tennis. Also did a bit of canoeing. Then the rope broke that tied it to the dock and I swam about 600m in the shitty lake behind my house chasing the shitty canoe.

Went to DC last weekend to play at Primal Fitness. Great setup with some outstanding folks up there. Played in their parkour room for a bit. Between obstacles, rings, ropes, climbing walls, and monkey bars, it's pretty well my perfect setup. Add a 12x8 platform and you're golden.

***

Today. First day back on the weights. Unlike Chaos & Pain, decided to ease back in gently.

1) agility ladder work

2) w/u, 5 rounds
* 10 KBS @ 24kg
* 10 pushup

3) med ball work w/partner
speed, power, twisting

4) FS ladder + press ladder (set up 2 bars)
FS 135#: 1/2/3, 1/2/3
Press 95#: 1/2/3, 1/2/3

5) farmers
135# x 20m x 10 trips
135# x 20m walk and turn x 1

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Post by Holland Oates » Tue Jul 03, 2012 7:34 am

Gin Master wrote:Not much last week. Father's Day weekend was good. Games with kids: soccer, football, basketball, and tennis. Also did a bit of canoeing. Then the rope broke that tied it to the dock and I swam about 600m in the shitty lake behind my house chasing the shitty canoe.

Went to DC last weekend to play at Primal Fitness. Great setup with some outstanding folks up there. Played in their parkour room for a bit. Between obstacles, rings, ropes, climbing walls, and monkey bars, it's pretty well my perfect setup. Add a 12x8 platform and you're golden.

***

Today. First day back on the weights. Unlike Chaos & Pain, decided to ease back in gently.

1) agility ladder work

2) w/u, 5 rounds
* 10 KBS @ 24kg
* 10 pushup

3) med ball work w/partner
speed, power, twisting

4) FS ladder + press ladder (set up 2 bars)
FS 135#: 1/2/3, 1/2/3
Press 95#: 1/2/3, 1/2/3

5) farmers
135# x 20m x 10 trips
135# x 20m walk and turn x 1
I hear there's video of the Parkour room show.

Cough it up nigger.

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Post by syaigh » Tue Jul 03, 2012 2:31 pm

Ed Zachary wrote: I hear there's video of the Parkour room show.

Cough it up nigger.
It is a most excellent display.
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Post by Gin Master » Tue Jul 03, 2012 4:32 pm

syaigh wrote:
Ed Zachary wrote: I hear there's video of the Parkour room show.

Cough it up nigger.
It is a most excellent display.
No video of tumbling, swinging, or parkour that I'm aware of. But I snatched a KB and overhead squatted it on an Indo board. The video of that didn't turn out well.

I did see a person that made me think of you, though.
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Post by Holland Oates » Wed Jul 04, 2012 1:51 am

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Post by Gin Master » Thu Jul 26, 2012 4:49 am

Other than three weeks ago, I haven't been on the weights much these past few months. Going to do a little BBB based on Proto's thread.

The hardest thing for me was doing 15 reps of anything. Even with light weights, I was still crampy and breathing hard by the last rep. Hopefully that will subside a little so I can at least to get decent working weights.

Tues
1) T bar rows: 90#x15x3
2) fat bar bench: 130#x15x3
3) hammer curls (alternating): 27#x15x3
3) calf raises: 200x13x3

Wed
1) press: 95#x13x3
2) tricep pushdown (hell yes): 50#x15x3
3) squats: 95#x15x3
4) situps: 10kgx15x3

10 minutes of greasy chest posing in front of the mirror. Wait, what?

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Post by The Ginger Beard Man » Thu Jul 26, 2012 5:43 am

Good to see you back to it.
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Post by Gin Master » Wed Aug 01, 2012 6:20 am

Fri

Bp 135x12, 155x12, 165x12
FS 135x12x3
Cable rows 150x12x3
Calves 200x12x2
Delt 42x12
Curl 32x12
Tri 80x12

BB and Proto can both suck it. Fun while it lasted.

Today
Lifted with my son. Worked back in slowly.

W/u: agility ladder and med ball work

1) C&Press: about 10 reps w 60kg to wu
2) P snatch: 60x1x10
3) press: 5x3, last set @70
4) 5 leisurely rounds: 10 KBS @24 + 10 pushups
5) finish w 15s: rows, calves, hammer curls

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Post by powerlifter54 » Wed Aug 01, 2012 3:59 pm

watching olympic judo?
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Post by Gin Master » Thu Aug 02, 2012 6:45 am

powerlifter54 wrote:watching olympic judo?
Every morning!
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The referees are doing a good job, which is nice. The matches are very physical this year. A lot of them are being won by yuko (minor score) for accumulation of penalties (typically stalling, which is not making a legitimate attack every 20 seconds). A number of matches have also gone to flags (referees decide after a tie in regulation and a scoreless overtime). It's damn hard to throw an elite player nowadays.

Watching Olympic judo is what made me quickly abandon the high reps/BB/get healthy deal. I may not be able to compete at a high level anymore, but I have to keep playing as long as my parts are still working.

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Post by Soupbone » Thu Aug 02, 2012 1:06 pm

Gin Master wrote:
powerlifter54 wrote:watching olympic judo?

Watching Olympic judo is what made me quickly abandon the high reps/BB/get healthy deal. I may not be able to compete at a high level anymore, but I have to keep playing as long as my parts are still working.
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Post by Holland Oates » Thu Aug 02, 2012 4:04 pm

Damn Rant stick to a program!

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Post by Gin Master » Thu Aug 02, 2012 5:23 pm

Ed Zachary wrote:Damn Rant stick to a program!

:)
Screw that. Programs are for the known and knowable.

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Post by Holland Oates » Thu Aug 02, 2012 5:43 pm

Gin Master wrote:
Screw that. Programs are for the known and knowable.
LOL

What are you weighing?

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Post by Blaidd Drwg » Thu Aug 02, 2012 5:52 pm

Ed Zachary wrote:
Gin Master wrote:
Screw that. Programs are for the known and knowable.
LOL

What are you weighing?

that's like asking a women her cup size...you should know by lookin, son
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Post by Holland Oates » Thu Aug 02, 2012 11:34 pm

Blaidd Drwg wrote:
that's like asking a women her cup size...you should know by lookin, son
I ain't seen him in forever. I'm not lucky enough to get to fly out east for a romantic rendezvous on a semi regular basis.

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Post by Gin Master » Fri Aug 03, 2012 1:23 am

Ed Zachary wrote:
Blaidd Drwg wrote:
that's like asking a women her cup size...you should know by lookin, son
I ain't seen him in forever. I'm not lucky enough to get to fly out east for a romantic rendezvous on a semi regular basis.
It ain't gay if you're over 500 miles from home.

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Post by Holland Oates » Fri Aug 03, 2012 3:38 am

Gin Master wrote:
It ain't gay if you're over 500 miles from home.
I'm so lonely.

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Post by Gin Master » Mon Aug 06, 2012 8:39 pm

Saturday. My son wants to start "training." We ran for 30 minutes in the morning. Then we played basketball for about 30 minutes (1on1, full court, his idea) at the Y. Then we hit the gym for a bit. He did medicine ball work and a lot of patterning work for the hinge. Shit works. Props to DJ for this. I didn't get much of a workout, but it's fine.

w/u: ladder work

1) press
155x3x5

2) chinups
Quite a few.

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Today

Trained with one of our national-level junior players. I'll probably work with him a good bit. Spent a good bit of time un-fucking the stuff his high school PL coach had told him.

w/u: med ball work

1) PSn
70kg x 1 x 5

2) bench
80kg x 5
90x5
100x10

3) weighted chins
10# x 5 x 3

4) Kroc rows
55# x 20 x 1

5) squat
135x5
185x5
225x5

6) GMs
95# x 8
115# x 5
95# x 8

Numbers won't look good for awhile, but this was a good, white, normal workout that I felt pretty good about.

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Post by Gin Master » Fri Aug 10, 2012 9:49 pm

AM: 25 minute swim. HR 160 when done.

Noon:

w/u: 3 rds: 10 KBS, 5 pullups, 10 sq, 10 pushups

1. power clean
Worked up to a double with 100kg. Felt pretty good for not having done the movement in months.

2. press
~7x3, worked to 75kg

3. 3 minutes of dips, "I go, you go" w/partner

4. FS
short ladder, 1/2/3 @ 70, 75kg

5. DL
5/3/2 @ 110, 120, 130kg

6. hammer curls
10-12 reps @ 32#, 37#, 37#

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