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April goals

Tuesday, April 02, 2013

Well I’ve been smashing my goals and was at a loss for what to aim for next. I wanted to do a push up last year, and did it. This year it was a chin up, and I did my first unassisted one in March. I told my trainer to think of some new strength goals for me and he did as I asked. My goals for April are as follows:

Weight – Keep maintaining within the 66kg range

Nutrition – Just because I can eat more chocolate doesn’t really mean that I should…

Cardio – Run a 6k without stopping

Strength – Squat my body weight (1.5kg to go)
Deadlift my body weight (27kg to go)
Bench press my body weight (30kg to go)

I am confident that I can squat my body weight next time I'm at the gym and deadlift it by the end of the month. The bench press is my weakest area, and will take more time. I’m hoping to be there by the end of May, but will work on it and get there as soon as I can. I’m also going to continue to work on my chin ups and start working on pull ups.
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    Great goals for April!

    What to do for 9 nine days. Well, take him to your gym. Any hikes or rambles you want to go on? Cultural things: movies, plays, museums, concerts?? Does he like to cook? The 2 of you could try cooking together; try a new recipe!

    Have fun and enjoy yourselves!
    1296 days ago
    Fantastic achievements and great goals for April! emoticon
    1297 days ago
  • LYNSEY723
    You are so amazing!!! These are awesome goals! You can do it!!
    1297 days ago
    You're amazing! Keep up the good work.

    I'm reading a great book right now.
    The Blood Sugar Solution.
    1297 days ago
    Impressive! Working with a trainer is a great way to stay on track. Keep up the good work!
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    1297 days ago
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