Thursday, July 12, 2018

Catching up

I've switched workouts. I cut way back on the number of exercises as well as doing everything with resistance bands. I'll post a picture of my anchor point set up in my basement later.

But for now, here's the last two weeks of workouts. Color coded resistance bands are as follows:

O = Orange = 60 lbs
R = Red = 25-30 lbs
Bk = Black = 15-20 lbs
G = Green = 10-12 lbs
Bu = Blue = 4-6 lbs
Y = Yellow = 2-4 lbs

The bands are stackable, so 1 x O,R = 60 + 25-30 = 85 - 90 lbs of resistance.

I'm still figuring stuff out, like Lat raises. I subbed that for military press today because my chiropractor doesn't want me to do pushing straight up exercises.

The R. in front of deadlifts stands for Romanian.  The bench press is actually a seated chest press.

As far as last month's workouts, I did complete the entire sheet and will post it if I can get around to it.

Now for the great news! I was around 213 lbs on June 4th. Today, I weighed in at...197.2 lbs! Yay!

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

This morning's run

Check out my running activity on Garmin Connect. #beatyesterday https://connect.garmin.com/modern/activity/2790690759?share_unique_id=2

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Falling behind

I have been working out,  I just haven't posted it.

Monday, June 11, 2018

Thursday, June 7, 2018

More workouts

Here's running and lifting from the last two days.

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Back on the wagon

Back to running and working out while I spend the month in Cleveland.

The work out sheets are sets x reps x weight (if used)

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Benji joins the running team



Yes, I took 6 weeks off. One of them was due to a very sore hip; the others were due to the lazy bug.

Now that I've addressed the elephant in the room, I can move on to better things...like Benji on the running team! Yay!!

We'll see how he does on the longer runs, but for the 1.44 miles, he did great!

https://connect.garmin.com/modern/activity/2634352189

As you can see, I took some rest breaks, one for water and two for socialization for the pupster. Hopefully, I can get back on track for at least my health's sake.