Ok, been busy. As you all know, SP doesn't have a way to keep track of KB exercises just now, but that doesn't mean we can do it for ourselves. So, I've gone and made copies, with a few adjustments to the log sheet I use, so that pretty much anyone can use it for logging their KB workouts, while leaving room to add a few other exercises, along with any other activity, like running, punching heavy bag, yoga, or martial art... anything really.
There's no obligation; done purely out of the challenge to see if I cd put something together, so don't feel stressed if you don't want it--I still love ya'll If you want it, though, you have to give me An email address. Note, it doesn't need to be your regular one, and you will never hear from me on it, unless you lose your file and want a new one. The offer is open any time, so if you don't want it now, but you might in 6 months, cool. Just email my Sp mail account with your address, and I'll send it to you, no probs.
It's set up so that you can record an entire week on one page, and includes a s"#% load of places to enter information about your workouts, including: daily entries for: exercises/routines reps/time/sets KB weight Intesnity Total number of swings/snatches comments HR Activities
as well as a weekly log of: body weight total number of reps (swings/snatches) HR averages
Perhaps someday we can get this stuff into an online spread sheet and see what we can do to get some exciting challenges set up down the road. There are a few things brewing on the fire, so stay tuned. Till then, this is an excellent way to keep track of your progress. Use tips and pointers learned from your own research, learning, practice, our team and the last couple of blogs written about cycling and ladders. If you want to change something or improve on it, great; don't be afraid to share it with the rest of us.
ok, that's all for now. Remember that you guys are SP pioneers, doing what others are unwilling or unable to do for whatever reason. You are empowered and rock so much. Ok, must breathe now. Best, D
Powerful dragons are not found in shallow waters.
It's not the level of your intensity that counts; it's how long you can sustain it.
Argue for your limitations, and they're yours. --Richard Bach
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