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mark.allheart



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Join date : 2015-09-28

PostSubject: Back to real training    Mon Sep 28, 2015 7:02 pm

Hey guys. Been looking for a site like this for ages. Glad I've found it. Great content.

Anyway this is going to be my training log going forward.

A little back ground. I've not trained seriously in the last 2 years after injury and work commitments I lost motivation and just let it all slide.
Before that I was working I. A gym as a PT. My own training then was based around body weight and kettle bell training. Was able to rep 10 muscle ups happily and preform sloppy front levers and was close to flags. However this has all faded away.

Recently I've been training at home squeezing in sessions in my workouts when I can. They have mostly been based around push ups, Hindu push ups, squats, Hindu squats and single leg dead lifts. Usually supersets of 10 or 20 push up variants with squat variant of 30 to 50 reps.


Currently I can happily do sets of 20 reps of push ups.

I recently discovered a park with a council outdoor gym in it that has a decent dip/row station, straight pull up bars, up right bars, push up bars and sit up benches. Lots of good kit for me to play with for free.

Saturday I went down for a workout in the sun. I like training full body every session as i hate missing a workout and missing a muscle group. I find it easier to keep on top of it this way.
My workout was. 15 mins cycling there to warm up.

4x10 pull ups got hard towards the end
Superset with
4x15 push ups on parallel bars to allow deep range.

5x5 assisted pistol squats using upright bar each leg.
Suppersetted with
5x5 hanging leg raises

3x10 dips
Superset with
3x10 bodyweight rows

3x10 step ups onto bench each leg. With 20 reps prisoner squats

Finally an exercise I made up at the time. There was a hip level bar so I bent into a kind of pike positions t held the bar. Dipped my head under the bar and pressed out to simulate a shoulder press style exercise. Did this 3x10.

Sorry for the length of this post. Cheers

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PostSubject: Re: Back to real training    Tue Sep 29, 2015 4:36 pm

Todays training was as follows.

Pull ups - push up
Superset
4x10 pulls 20 push ups

1st set 10 reps
2nd 8 reps 2 negative
3rd. 4 reps 6 negative
4th. 3 reps 7 negative

All push ups completed


Pole assisted pistol squats - hanging knee raises
Supersets
3x10


Dips - bodyweight rows
4x10

Wall squats
4x30 secs on 30secs off

Jump squats
20/15/10/5 reps

Was fully dead after this. Legs and lats are fried
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