Enchiridion

Post your training journals here if you like. I'll make back-ups to avoid losing your data.

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Re: Enchiridion

Post by odin » Fri May 30, 2014 6:12 am

29/05

1. meditation

2. joint mobility routine

3. climbing - 2 hours worth of bouldering and some top-roping



30/05

1. meditation

2. bar complex x 3

3. Military press - 45kg x 12

4. FSQ - 95kg x 9

5. RDL off blocks - 100kg x 2 x 10

6. DB press - 30kg x 12

7. Pulley row - 66kg x 11

8. DB curls - 18's x 8

finished with some TGU's and swings, easy.


I used 5's to warm up, but did more sets and it worked better. However, working near failure in the squat is not good - your form goes to shit and it doesn't feel good on those last reps. Need to leave a few in the tank if I return to this template post-holiday.
Don't try too hard, don't not try too hard

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Re: Enchiridion

Post by odin » Sun Jun 01, 2014 8:41 pm

01/06

1. meditation

2. foam roll & stretching in evening
Don't try too hard, don't not try too hard

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Re: Enchiridion

Post by odin » Mon Jun 02, 2014 7:07 am

02/06

1. meditation

2. JM & snatch complexes with bar to warm up

3. Power Snatch from hang+OH Squats - 1+5, sets from 30 to 45kg

4. FSQ - 7 sets of 5 waved from 70-90kg

5. Power clean and push press -1+5, 6 sets waved from 40-60kg

6. chins - sets of 5, supersetted with above

7. KB swings - 20kg x 100 reps

8. grappler machine - 2 sets of 1 min


Way better way of training. Fun stuff is important. Basic, sub-maximal athletic strength work followed by some fun conditioning is the way forward.
Don't try too hard, don't not try too hard

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