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PostSubject: Re: Tim's Training Log   Tue Feb 15, 2011 7:41 pm

rest day,

5 x 10 skinned cats - that actually works your core a fair bit!

handstands practice
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PostSubject: Re: Tim's Training Log   Thu Feb 17, 2011 3:53 pm


2x
10 x 6 Pull-ups - 15s rest between sets
3 min rest
10 x 4 Close grip pull ups - 15s rest between sets
3 min rest

3x
4 x 25 Pressups - 15s rest between sets
3 min rest


Dead arms!

Just over 40mins 202 pulls, 300 presses Smile

The pulls were much easier this time but i'm still dead after 40 mins!

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PostSubject: Re: Tim's Training Log   Thu Mar 03, 2011 3:54 pm

Been off ill for the last 2 weeks, lost about half a stone through not eating and throwing up :/ but all better now Smile spent the last few days getting back into working out (couldn't do more than 25 dips/10 pulls when i first started.

Tuesday
10 x 6 pulls, 10 x 5 close grip pulls
100 press-ups

Wednesday
5 x (10 Pulls + 5 HSPUs)


Plus my usual 50/30/60/10 morning wake up Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Tim's Training Log   Thu Mar 03, 2011 5:06 pm

CC Shoulder warm up, lots of stretching (fell off bike, fecked shoulder a little bit)



5 x 10 Pull-ups
5 x Max(4,4,5,4,4) HSPU
5 x 10 Close grip chin-ups
5 x 10 Dips
5 x 10 Rows
5 x 10 Pressups


Now off to track, will try and do some muscle-ups whilst i'm there Smile

EDIT

just back from track, and i feel dead! Did lots of random bits, nothing particularly planned, just pull-ups, dip traverses on p-bars, ring work etc.

Not doing m-ups for a while has definitely taken it's toll.... they were much harder today. Must get the outside bar up soon Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Tim's Training Log   Mon Mar 07, 2011 5:12 pm

Usual Morning Drill,


50 Dips
30 Pull-ups/
60 Press-ups
10 Explosive close grip pull-ups
3 x 15 Hanging leg raises I to V
- Added these in today as i realise that i've not done any real core work other than levers for too long!


2 hours UF training
Evening part 1

5 x Max (7/4/3/3/3) HeSPU 1 min rest/2 min rest
10 x 6 Pull-ups 15 sec rest/1 min rest
10 x 5 Close grip Pull-ups 15 sec rest/1 min rest
4 x 25 Press-ups 10 sec rest

19:15 - 160bpm

Evening part 2

10-0-10 Pull-ups + 10kg (110 total)
20-10 Dips + 10kg (165 total)
5 x 10 Wide Press-ups
2 x 25 Normal Press-ups

rest as needed


1 Hour total, just under 30 mins each for the 2 weighted exercises, time left press-ups (felt so light!)
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PostSubject: Re: Tim's Training Log   Wed Mar 09, 2011 3:19 pm

Morning

50 Dips
30 Pull-ups
60 Press-ups -4.15 to do this!
10 Explosive close grip pull-ups
3 x 15 Hanging leg raises I to V
- Added these in today as i realise that i've not done any real core work other than levers for too long!

Evening part 1

5 x Max (7.5/5/4/3/2) HeSPU
10 - 1 - 10 6 Pull-ups


Evening part 2

5W pull-up pyramid

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PostSubject: Re: Tim's Training Log   Tue Mar 15, 2011 5:30 pm

Usual Morning

Evening Part 1

10-1-1-10 Pull-ups cycling standard pull-up, close-grip pull-up, chin-up
10 x 10 hannibal diamond press-ups
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PostSubject: Re: Tim's Training Log   Thu Mar 17, 2011 4:28 pm

Usual Morning

Evening Part 1

10 x 6 Pull-ups, 15sec rest
1 min rest
10 x 5 Close grip pull-ups, 15sec rest
1 min rest
10 x 4 Chin-ups, 15sec rest
5 min rest
5 x 10 Diamond press-ups
1 min rest
2.5 x 10 Diamond press-ups


Evening part 2
1.5 hours track/fitness
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PostSubject: Re: Tim's Training Log   Sat Apr 23, 2011 9:12 pm

10 x 7 Neutral Pulls 15s
1.5 mins
4 x 7 Neutral Pulls, 6 x 5 Chin-ups 15s
1.5 mins
3 x 7 Neutral Pulls, 7 x 5 Chin-ups 15s
1.5 mins
3 x 7 Narrow Pulls, 2 x 5 Chin-ups 15s

[140 Neutral Pulls, 100, Chins]

About 5 mins rest (enough to stabilise breathing)

5 x 25 Normal/Wide Presses 15s
1.5 min
2 x 25 Normal/Wide Presses 15s
1.5 min

[175 Neutal/Wide presses]

In about 30 mins Smile

I'm now sweating like a race horse eugh
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PostSubject: Re: Tim's Training Log   Tue Apr 26, 2011 9:15 am

ur 1 tough dude
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PostSubject: Re: Tim's Training Log   Tue May 10, 2011 6:32 pm

vindicated1 wrote:
ur 1 tough dude

Thanks mate Smile

New outdoorsy gym, best get back into the swing of things properly! (So little late night work out Very Happy )

CC/LBM shoulder warm up

3 x Dirty 30s 5min rest
2 x Dirty 30s 5min rest
1 x Dirty 30s 5min rest


I'm surprised at the effect of training on a thicker bar has on my numbers... that or the lack of proper training in recent weeks clown
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PostSubject: Re: Tim's Training Log   Wed May 11, 2011 2:32 pm

Morning work out
CC Warm-up
40 dips
20 pull-ups
50 press-ups


Pre tea work out
CC Warm-up
Deck of the bar
20 leg raises (my hands were killing by this point)



Deck of the bar!
full 56 playing card deck (3 jokers, 1 bridge card)
draw 1 card, number = reps (jack = 11, queen = 12, king = 13)
suit denotes exercise,
clubs = pull-ups
diamonds = dips
spades = chin-ups
hearts = press-ups
each non playing card is a rest break, other than that, try no rest! (i used 4 mins/card)


You end up doing 91 of each exercise Smile

I really liked it as you ended up with a very random workout, got very nasty on my third section when I ended up with
10C - QC - 1H - JS - 6S - KH - 7S - 8C

29 pull-ups, 24 pull-ups with only 1&13 Press-ups to break up the pulling exercises!

(The final section was all red!!)


Also point of note, do not put your hand on a stinging nettle plant on one of your press-up sets, it does not feel good!!
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PostSubject: Re: Tim's Training Log   Thu May 12, 2011 12:22 pm

Flip me... i'm sore today!!

Morning workout
CC Warm-up
37+3 dips
20 pull-ups
50 press-ups
2 M-ups
(Very poor form/1 arm over)
3 straight bar dips


Evening workout


CC Warm-up x 2



+33lbs
REST : 10s in pyramids, 2min30s between sets

1-5-1 Chin-up pyramid
1-6-1 Dips pyramid
1-4-1 Pull-up pyramid
1-6-1 Press-up pyramid

1-4-1 Pull-up pyramid
1-7-1 Press-up pyramid
1-4-1 Chin-up pyramid
1-4-1 Dips pyramid

Vest off

Max reps now, 1 min Rest between sets (I feel light as a feather now ^_^ )
20 Chin-ups
20 Dips
12 Pull-ups
40 Press-ups


Goodness knows what my body was thinking when it came to the press-ups, it just kept on going!!


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PostSubject: Re: Tim's Training Log   Thu May 12, 2011 1:35 pm

Tim wrote:
Deck of the bar!
full 56 playing card deck (3 jokers, 1 bridge card)
draw 1 card, number = reps (jack = 11, queen = 12, king = 13)
suit denotes exercise,
clubs = pull-ups
diamonds = dips
spades = chin-ups
hearts = press-ups
each non playing card is a rest break, other than that, try no rest! (i used 4 mins/card)


You end up doing 91 of each exercise Smile

Damn, that's an amazing idea for a workout. Pretty intense and it will be a lot of fun if you do it with some fellas. Seriously, definately gonna try this. Really thankful for sharing this, mate. :}
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PostSubject: Re: Tim's Training Log   Thu May 12, 2011 1:38 pm

Cheers Very Happy

Let me know how you find it!
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PostSubject: Re: Tim's Training Log   Fri May 13, 2011 6:44 am

Morning Workout - not feeling quite as sore as I was yesterday morning!


CC Shoulder warmup

40 Dips
20 pull-ups
50 press-ups ---> 3 mins to this point, 2min rest
4 Muscle-ups - still crappy 1 arm over first form, but i'm getting there Smile
4 Straight bar dips
5m47s in total

All most up to 2009 BBR Smile need to do lots of M-up work now! (at least lots on a thicker bar!)
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PostSubject: Re: Tim's Training Log   Mon May 16, 2011 6:20 pm

Saturday
BBR-2009 Smile - completed under 6 mins, although the form was somewhat dodgy by the end!!
Sunday - day off

Now onto training for BBR-2010/2011

Morning workout
CC Shoulder Warm-up

5 Clean Muscle-ups
32/10/3 Dips
19/3/3 Pull-ups
55 Press-ups
5 explosive pull-ups (couldn't even get 1 Muscle-up Sad )
5 straightbar dips



Evening workout
CC Shoulder Warm-up

Max (6) Muscle-ups - 30s rest

25 Dips/15 Pulls/30 Press-ups = 1 set.... no rest within set!! drop reps according to the table below 2 mins between sets
Dips2520 15 10 55
Pull-ups15 1510 10 55
Press-ups 30 30 25 25 20 20
2-10-2 BB pyramid (Dips)
2-6-2 BB pyramid (Pull-ups)
2-10-2 BB pyramid (Press-ups)
2-6-2 BB pyramid (Pull-ups)


Evening Totals: 6 Muscle-ups, 130 Dips, 96 Pull-ups, 200 press-ups

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PostSubject: Re: Tim's Training Log   Tue May 17, 2011 7:25 am

Morning Workout
CC Shoulder warm-up
5 Muscle-ups
36/9 Dips
22/3 Pull-ups
55 Press-ups
5/5 Explosive pulls/Straightbar Dips

30s rest between each exercise, completed in just under 6 mins....
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PostSubject: Re: Tim's Training Log   Wed Jul 06, 2011 8:17 am

Last night's work out in the rain....
CC Shoulder warm-up

2-10-2 Wide Pull-up pyramid (2 step)
1-10-1 Dip pyramid (1 step)
1-5-1-1-5-1 Pull-up W-pyramid (1 step)
2-10-2 Straight bar dip pyramid (2 step)
10 x 5 Chin-ups
2-10-2 Dip pyramid (2 step)
1,1,1-5,5,5-1,1,1 Wide pull-up, Narrow pull-up, Chin-up toes on the ground to change grip, zero rest between grips (last 2 sets, didn't even have toes on the ground) (1 step)
1-5-1 Dip pyramid +15kg (1 step)
1-5-1 Pull-up pyramid +15kg (1 step)


Took about 1.5 hours
250 Pulls, 250 Dips
The rain was quite nice for keeping me cool, although it made gripping anything so much harder! (esp weighted work!)
Today, both my hands and my arms hate me, So flipping SORE!
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PostSubject: Re: Tim's Training Log   Wed Aug 10, 2011 1:05 pm

Awesome stuff man, I like how your workouts are different almost all the time. Do you come up with them at random that morning when your going to workout? Or do you have a pre set schedule focusing on different feats like strength, endurance, power etc...

I'm new to this site and I joined because I'm extremely interested in doing all bodyweight workouts now. I made the mistake of lifting for mass for the past couple of years for sports, but now that I'm going to the military in about 3 months I'm putting all my focus on bodyweight movements because that's how they evaluate you. You definitely know what your doing and thats why I'm asking you. Thanks a lot and keep puttin those workouts up and different posts! I'm learning a lot from you.
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PostSubject: Re: Tim's Training Log   Wed Aug 10, 2011 1:10 pm

Thanks mate Smile Most of these were thought up that morning or the night before. Glad they're giving you inspiration.

If you're new to calisthenics then check out the Bar-barian Begginers thread Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Tim's Training Log   Sat Jun 02, 2012 10:36 am

So it's been a while since I visited my training log!

Unfortunately I injured my shoulder last october which realy hampered much of my training, especially with regards to dips but 6 months later it's almost completely healed and I'm able to have full range of movement with it without pain Smile

So for the rest of this year I'm really going to push for the requirements and hopefully achieve them before the end of the year!

Recently i've just been working low reps (1-5 normally, often pyramids and an absolute max of 10, bar 1 or two competitions) multiple sets plenty of rest in order to re strengthen my shoulder again.

Now i've switched over to higher reps and boy has my stamina disappeared! I know I've a long way to climb again... but here goes Smile



02/06/12
5 x (5 Muscle-ups, 20 Dips, 15 Pull-ups, 30 Press-ups) split into sets as needed.
Only 8 reps had to be split off, though I think that might be more an indication of too much rest rather than gaining strength, think i'll be keeping a closer eye on the rest rather than upping the reps at the minute.
Finish with 5 (5x1) muscle-ups


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PostSubject: Re: Tim's Training Log   Sat Jun 02, 2012 7:41 pm

awesome tim. im looking forward to see progress. im also aiming for BBR at the moment so lets do this together. by the way, could you please share the CC shoulder warm up? thanks in advance.
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PostSubject: Re: Tim's Training Log   Sat Jun 02, 2012 8:01 pm

The CC warm up is this one

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7187Yqpq6I&feature=relmfu

Really good :-)
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PostSubject: Re: Tim's Training Log   Mon Jun 04, 2012 5:13 pm

100 muscle-ups for time.... just managed to squeeze it into 2 hours!
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