CRUCIAN67

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Time to Buckle Down

Monday, April 27, 2009

I can't believe it has been over a year since I blogged. Looking at the scale I can see why. The roller coaster continues!

Okay so we are coming to the end of April and I have said yet again that I am going to get my act together. Boy am I tired of saying that! It is really my eating that seems to be out of control this time around. I am doing the New Rules of Lifting For Women program and I am actually loving it. I think a big part of the reason is that I have A lifting PARTNER! Exercise gets so much easier when you have someone else to spur you on. This week will be a test because my partner goes on vacation for a week, comes back for about 10 days (during which I leave) and then leaves for a week again. But we have promised to check in with each other particularly since we are starting a new stage of the program. So in an effort to keep myself motivated I am blogging my lifting and exercise routine. She doesn't leave until tomorrow but what better time to start than now. So here goes.

April 27 - 30 minutes treadmill intervals. 5 Minute Warm-up; One minute high intensity (5/5.5/6/6.5/7/7.5/8 (x2) mph) and one minute rest (4mph); 2 minute cool down.

Drank hot water and lime and then juiced (spinach, parsley, celery, carrot, apple)

Lifting

Wide Grip deadlift 2x10 80lbs
Bulgarian Split Squats 2x10 30lbs
Underhand grip lat pulldown 2x10 85lbs (plus 5 @ 95 lbs)
Reverse Lunge from box with Forward Reach 2x10 15lbs
Dumbbell Prone Cuban Snatch 2x10 12lbs
Swiss Ball Crunch 2x10 w/ 10lb plate
Reverse Cruch 2x10
Lateral Flexion w/ head & leg 2x10
Prone Cobra 2x10 90 seconds
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  • LANC92
    You can do it Lisa! Honey, if you can do yardwork, you can do anything ;-)

    3916 days ago
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