Off the beaten track training log.

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  1. SportsScience

    SportsScience White Belt

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    Current lifts and routine 21/10/2010

    Name: SportsScience.

    Weight 75kg = 165lbs

    I do my workouts a little bit differently than others and i will be happy to listen to your points of view on this.

    Heavy days: I work out with a dumbell maxed out at 27.3kg = 60lb and a barbell maxed out at 55kg = 121lb.

    Light days: I work out with a dumbell with 5kg = 11lb and a barbell with 25kg = 55lb.

    Going as fast and as hard as i can for 45 minutes to 60 minutes with minimal rest unless required. Followed by a 90 minute class.

    It saves time on thinking and working out as you can just move from workout to workout increasing weight when you feel you are up to it.

    Monday: Heavy followed by soft sparring. Wednesday: Light followed by technique. Friday: Heavy followed by hard sparring.
     
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  2. MIDMOBOX

    MIDMOBOX Telling People things they don't want to know

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    Welcome to the logs,

    I'll be intrested to see how your workouts actaully play out
     
  3. SportsScience

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    Hey thanks man!
     
  4. SportsScience

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    Last night was my light training day.

    5kg dumbell

    25kg barbell

    1 hour of weights followed by and hour and a half of sparing.
     
  5. milano

    milano I am the Walrus

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    I don't get it, what exactly do you do with these weights?
     

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