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  1. Never Lie Down To Train Fatigue Cycling 5/31

    by , 05-31-2010 at 03:30 PM
    Routine A

    • 7 SETS: 36:36 sec. sprint interval
    • DEADLIFT: 5x2 365lbs [3:30 rest]
    • Weighted Pullups: Pronation - 3x5 30lbs, Supination - 3x5 50lbs
    • LC Clean & Jerk: 1x15 24kg +24kg
    I had to cut the workout early, and change my set/repetitions for the Long Cycle and completely cut out my pistols because of a family issue. I'll be back to hit it hard Wednesday.
  2. Who says that you can't smell vodka? Just smell my clothes after I ran

    by , 05-29-2010 at 12:46 PM
    5/29 Saturday
    Last night my brother and I celebrated for various reasons, and as of a result we drank too much Vodka and Wine—I did not feel so good this morning.
    To punish myself: SNATCH 10min. alternating hands on the minute 15reps per minute using the 20kg; immediately afterwards, I ran the 3miles, which took me 19min 50sec, from my house to where my truck was located (downtown near the bars) then drove home. I needed to sweat that vodka out J
  3. Never Lie Down To Train Program - Fatigue Cycle

    by , 05-29-2010 at 12:37 PM
    5/28 Routine B
    • LC C&J – 24kg + 24kg 5 x 8 [rest 1min.]
    • Pistol – 12kg 5x5 [rest 1min. 30sec.]
    • Deadlift – 335lbs 3x3
    • Weighted Pullup – Pronation Grip 3x5 25lbs, Supination Grip 2x5 45lbs
    • Finisher – 5 sets 36:36 sprint interval
    Workout completed: 1:12

  4. Abs - Stretching 5/27

    by , 05-27-2010 at 08:27 PM
    • Planks: 2 x 1:30
    • Hanging Leg Raise: 2 x 5
    Stretching - 30min.

    Tomorrow - Never Lie Down to Train Fatigue Cycle
  5. Never Lie Down To Train Fatigue Cycling - Beyond Bodybuilding

    by , 05-26-2010 at 03:19 PM
    As of today, May 26th 2010 I have started The Fatigue Cycling from Beyond Bodybuilding (p. 20)“Never Lie Down to Train Program” with three different exercises—done to increase difficulty.
    The routine is simple: Perform the exercises three days of week—Monday – Wednesday – Friday—alternating between Routine A and Routine B.
    For clarification: sets x repetitions pertaining to the lifts, not the sprints.

    Routine A
    • Controlled Fatigue Training VO2 – 36 x 36
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