I've now started, or more accurately, I'm a couple days in with the third week of the Shortcut to Size program. This week has me working in a fairly low rep range at 6 per set. What a difference that makes! For those of you that have read my previous posts you may have noticed … Continue reading Finally, The Pain!
Now that August here, it's time for me to start a new tracking sheet. I've become certifiably obsessed with tracking all my workouts. In the beginning of my newfound journey it was haphazard at best. I would log my efforts into my iPod app, but that was about it. Now I've got the app and … Continue reading A New Month
Week 2 is now upon me... Another week of sweat, hard work, and hopefully, gains! I know people don't necessarily care of about the trials and tribulations of someone simply blogging about their fitness pursuits, but I feel it's a good way to see where I'm at. It helps me to know my mental state … Continue reading Thus Begins Another
Day one is now in the books for the new program I'm trying out. I discussed it a little bit in my last post, though I'm not sure many actually saw that post. Regardless, I did say I would provide something of an update on my results from the first workout. All in all, it … Continue reading It’s a Marathon
So, the holiday of blowing stuff up is over. That was fun. Now it's time to get back to work! I've decided after the last month to change my tune just a bit with my workouts, and I'm hoping it's going to provide me with some good results. My plan is to use a modified … Continue reading A Long Weekend
I haven't posted anything in a while, so I thought I should make an appearance. I just got done with what I consider to be a pretty killer chest workout. Did the run of various angular bench presses plus incline flys, pullovers, and high cable crossovers. Went with 3 sets of 10 for each movement, … Continue reading Chest De-Construction
This is the post where you have to think inward. The one where you need to check your ego at the gym door. Many of us feel like we need to lift more, more, and then some more. More to get stronger. More to get bigger. More to get, well, more! What I have found … Continue reading Form AND Function