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post #21 of 270 (permalink) Old 06-25-2010, 01:13 AM Thread Starter
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Tonight was fun I hung out with some friends, and played sand volleyball for about 4 hours.

I think I just found my cardio training

I'm not sure but 4-hours of cardio work would be good right?

The only complaint I had was when I dove for a shot I got kneed in the back heh.



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post #22 of 270 (permalink) Old 06-25-2010, 11:46 PM Thread Starter
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Today was good, I spent about 45-mins working on the ji-jitsu.

I can hardly remember most of the day I am utterly beat.

I had a good lunch with some friends we went to this one world resturant place...I can't remember what country in africa the food was but it was of that variety.

The rice was really good, along with the small portioning of chicken in some sort of curry. It would have been better if we had the hot-sauce more than likely.

After lunch I and a friend ran 4-miles in about half an hour. After the run we hit a weight room and worked for about another half hour.

I ended up doing some machine-work on:

Shoulder presses: sets of 6 @ 80-pounds, 100, 115 & 150
Triceps work: sets of 6 @ 80 pounds, 115 & 130
Ab Curls: set of 6 @ 80 pounds, 100, 115 & 130
Hip Presses: set of 3 @ 80 pounds, 115, 150, 170 or 80, and 250 and worked my way back to 80 and did 21 presses at 80 for the finale of the time in the weight room.

After that we hit a pool to cool off and relax. Half-way in 15-20 minutes, on the left/outside of my left knee started to seize shut. It felt like the muscle was contracting I think.

I was good after a short stretch on a life-guards tower.

I decided after that small injury and one on my left instep from yesterday that I should lay off the hour on the punching bag today.

I ended the day with about 2-hours of borderlands playing with my training partner.

I feel the effects of the curl presses, and hip presses my core aches along with my ass



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post #23 of 270 (permalink) Old 06-27-2010, 09:21 AM Thread Starter
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I am glad that I went on that cross-train day, but I guess I have never worked on a hip press before my legs are still sore.

Nevertheless I have a 3 mile run today.



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post #24 of 270 (permalink) Old 06-28-2010, 02:07 AM Thread Starter
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Man, this sucks I don't know what is going on but my legs are still sore as hell...

I cramped up bad Friday while swimming and it my left knee is bothering me pretty bad.

I think I'll take this week off for some rest and recoup.



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post #25 of 270 (permalink) Old 07-01-2010, 11:48 AM Thread Starter
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Good news

Tuesday was the end of the horrible leg-pains

I have done light overall body-workouts since Monday and plan to do so through the rest of the week.

Today, will hopefully mark my 2nd day of wrestling.

My training partner sits at 36 pounds heavier right now, in a few weeks I should be around 155...atm I sit at 164-65.

It should be good to go up against a training partner who's at 200 pounds.

I'll get some bag-work in as well today hopefully.

A few weeks ago I bought a battery-operated fan for the shed so at least there's a small amount of air in it during training.



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post #26 of 270 (permalink) Old 07-07-2010, 08:31 PM Thread Starter
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Hey guys,


Sorry for dropping off so un-announced. The week of the 4th was crazy for me.

Now I have to forgo more training, I have a flu and hopefully Friday morning I'll have my wisdom teeth taken out.

This sitting around the house and doing crap is getting to me.



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post #27 of 270 (permalink) Old 07-09-2010, 10:04 PM Thread Starter
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So far, things have gone extremely smooth guys.

I was told I had 2 teeth that were impacted slightly the others were simple to get out.

The surgery was at or around 9:15am today and I devoured a bowel of chocolate jello around 10:30 and had some painkiller that knocks ya out Since then I've had 2 more bowels and some scrambled eggs.

I put in a maintenance workout 25 regular push-up and 25 situps about an hour ago.



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post #28 of 270 (permalink) Old 07-14-2010, 02:38 AM Thread Starter
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1st full day of training at last

At last after all the crap I've gone through I was able to get a full workout in.

I got in a nice overall body workout in along with 2 hours on the bag today.

I went for technique/ conditioning on the bag.

I am glad that my technique really has hit the can in 2-weeks of doing nothing.

I attacked the bag with a hell of ferocity, it feels good to lash out.

I ended up throwing 400 right roundhouses, 400 snapping left roundhouse, around 100 thrust-kicks.

I can't say for certain how heavy my hand-strikes were in numbers but the count was up there.

I have another day of training tomorrow coming up



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post #29 of 270 (permalink) Old 07-16-2010, 06:13 PM Thread Starter
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Cardio

Today was spent on cardio in circuit training and bag-drill.

I started a mini circuit as described in my workout plan as prescribed for #20.

I was able to do nearly 2-circuits in under 3 minutes I came to failure at the 5th vertical push-up and 5th overhead press last night.

Today I have pushed on and so far I've done a full two circuit plus one more with the two full ones being consecutive!

I went out to the shed for about 35-minutes the temperature inside was close to 95 degrees. I did sets of 25 roundhouse from the right my quickest set was 48 seconds for all 25.

I did 8-sets of the 25 from the right for 200 strikes total, in between I rested about a half minute or so for a quick gulp of water.

For the last 10 to 15 minutes I focused on free-style hand-strikes in combos.

by the end the entire bag was drenched in sweat.

I can't say I really enjoy this heat-training but it must have some benefit I would have to believe.



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post #30 of 270 (permalink) Old 07-18-2010, 02:34 AM Thread Starter
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I gotta say that those circuits I am doing are paying off already.

I can't say that I've been sore in a long while from doing my workouts and now I am for once again.

I've decided to re-coup over the weekend nothing special going on for training.

I had a good day though if you consider being on an honor guard for a good mate's funeral procession would be a lovely task.

I cannot say I have ever witnessed a Military Funeral that was orchestrated by the United States Army and or Military in general until today.

My mate, was a PFC in the Armored Calvary he served just over a month in Afghanistan near Kandahar. The day in which proved fatal was the 5th of July. He was in the lead vehicle of a convoy and it was hit by an IED. In the resulting attack Eddie lost his legs and later died.

Even though we are to give grace upon his passing Eddie was a month shy of 19 a damn young age.

I had an early morning 8am wake and got to the cemetery about a quarter till 10.

I have to thank a group called the Freedom Riders, they are one hell of a blessing to this country. They are made up of ex military, veterans, etc that support the military in all of the glory that is deserving. These men and women came out in amazing force today they formed a barrier a block square around the church in which Eddie's Medal Ceremony and Eulogies were Given.

They also were in great number and directly involved in the proceedings dealing with the funeral itself at the cemetery.

They created a chute for the funeral procession to precede through that was manned by close to 2 or 3 hundred of their members each of which held an American Flag.

It was awe inspiring when I spoke shortly with one of the Directors of this group. I asked him where he served, and he replied he had served in Da' Nang, Dakow and one other city that escapes me now sadly. This was a man who gave up so much for the love of his country and he gives more now. From what he was saying he aids in close to 240 funerals a year.

For me, I knew Eddie through a re-enacting group. The group I belong to formed a color/honor guard, we were accompanied by a unit from another period that Eddie had done time with, in total we had about 17 men and one lady who formed this honor guard.

I cannot say enough on the role that our drummer played, along with the fact that there was a professional bag-pipe player who marched the procession to the lot of burial.

I was sobbing the entire march, knowing this was the best f king day that Eddie would have on his time on Earth!

God Bless America.

P.S. I'm sorry for using this section in this way.



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