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Monday, August 25, 2008

Season 2 - Video 2 - Day 24

So, I shot some video of one of my workouts last week, and while I was laid up with the back injury, I cut it together for your viewing pleasure stuff. I really enjoyed doing this one, mostly because I just love the kitch factor.

(Note - I switched this to Vimeo, because YouTube - for whatever stupid reason - muted the audio on the video, even though the copyrights were cleared.)


Could I Have Made It - Season 2, Day 25 (Workout Program) from joe peacock on Vimeo.




I hope you enjoy :)

Sunday, August 24, 2008

Season 2 - Day 24

So, you'll notice the severe lack of updates this week.

I don't know where, how or why, but my back began spasming on Wednesday. I didn't do anything during my workout (or at least I don't think i did), all I know is that I laid down Wednesday evening and woke up about midnight with some pains. When I got up Thursday, there was a pretty nice twinge in the middle of my back, which got worse and worse during the day.

It wasn't like a pulled muscle - I could bend a certain way with no pain, then do the exact same movement and *twinge*. I visited the massage therapist Thursday afternoon, and she did a LOT of good, but it wasn't "fixed". I've been resting the past few days, and at this point, it feels sore... Like I had a really intense workout and now my muscles are tired and tight.

I'm taking this as a positive development, in that there's no more spasms and no more twinges. Just some aching and tightness.

I'll resume working out tomorrow, and I'll be taking it somewhat easy, working back into my regemin.

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Season 2 - Day 19

Today's Notes:

Today, I get to work out with an ex-NFL lineman, Duwane (I forget his last name). He played with Tampa Bay last year, and is taking this year off. He lifts at my gym during the summers and offseason, and I've spoken with him a bunch about what I'm up to and whatnot - he's helped me a few times, and today he worked one on one with me on some line drills (head position, hand position, firing off in stance). It was pretty great.

Today's workout was about 3 hours.

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The Workouts:
(You can read descriptions for all of these exercises here)


Morning Session (weights + drills + cardio)

Pullups - 3 sets x 15 reps
Iso Upper Row - 3 sets x 20 reps @ 360 lbs
Iso Flat Row - 3 sets x 20 reps @ 360 lbs
Iso Lower Back Row - 3 sets x 20 reps @ 310 lbs
Dumbbell bent-over Lat Pull Row - 3 sets x 15 reps @ 120lbs (each hand)
Shrugs - 4 sets x 15 reps @ 455lbs
Lat Pulldowns - 3 sets x 50 reps @ 130lbs (front), 3 sets x 30 reps @ 130 reps (back)
Stair Run - 40
Technique drills - I don't even know what to call them, but there were 5 of them 1-on-1 with Duwane for about 30 mins
Pushups - 100 flat, 100 "diamond", 100 elevated (feet on bench)
45 mins on Elliptical (interval hill program, level 15)

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HOW I FEEL:

Pretty great. Got to hang out with Duwane a while, he worked on some technique with me for a while.

I feel really confident about this season.

Monday, August 18, 2008

Season 2 - Video 1 - Trailer thingy

I felt like cutting together some footage, since I haven't uploaded any video yet and it's been like 2 weeks since I started posting. So I did this:






Enjoy :)

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Season 2 - Day 17

Today's Notes:

Shot some film today - that was fun. In order to get the first actual video done, I did one of every exercise I do in any workout.

I am exhausted beyond comprehension.

Today's workout was 3.5 hours.

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The Workouts:
(You can read descriptions for all of these exercises here)


Morning Session (weights + drills + cardio)

Not even going to bother listing them all. Go back and read every other post, look at each exercise, and I did one of each of those.



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HOW I FEEL:

Like I got a great workout in. First time I've ever done something like this. I'm worried about tomorrow's repercussions, but hey, at least I made up for a shitty week last week.

Saturday, August 16, 2008

Season 2 - Day 16

Today's Notes:

I was supposed to get up, go to the gym, get my session in, and then go help some friends of mine out on a movie they're working on.

Instead, I woke up about 30 times throughout the night, finally settling down about 5 AM, only to sleep through my 9 AM alarm.

Roy's going to kick my ass on Monday.

Today's workout was about absolute shit.

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The Workouts:
(You can read descriptions for all of these exercises here)


Morning Session (weights + drills + cardio)

4 mile run.



Wooo.

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HOW I FEEL:

Lame. At least I did the run. And I did clean the house, which - if you saw how bad the house was - you'd know was a great workout. But whatever, it's still lame.


This week kinda sucked.

Friday, August 15, 2008

Season 2 - Day 15

Today's Notes:

Even though I skipped a day, I went ahead and took yesterday off. Because I needed it.

Hopefully I won't get punished again, but I shouldn't, since it's my regular day off.

Today's workout was about 2 hours.

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The Workouts:
(You can read descriptions for all of these exercises here)


Morning Session (weights + drills + cardio)

Squat Jump (ground-to-bench) - 3 sets x 20 reps
One-leg Step Up (ground-to-bench) - 3 sets x 20 reps @ 55lbs in each hand (110lbs)
Deadlift (stiff leg)- 2 sets x 15 reps, 1 set x 10 reps - 315lbs first and second set, 405lbs third set
Deadlift with bent knees - 3 sets x 10 reps @ 405lbs
Power Clean - 3 sets x 10 reps @ 225lbs
Dumbbell Snatch - 3 sets x 20 lbs @ 55lbs
Stair Run - 30
Sprint Laps - 5 (1/10th of a mile each lap)
45 mins on Elliptical (interval hill program, level 15)

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HOW I FEEL:

We trimmed out the drills today because Roy had to leave.

I should punish him the way he punished me for slacking... Only, I didn't mind. At all.

You know what sucks? I haven't done chest or triceps in a week. I'm not used to that. It's a strange thing that, in weightlifting, you get to a point where you prefer - even love - certain exercises. With me, chest and triceps have always been the "goto" workout. When I'd take a month or 3 months or... like... 5 years off from the gym, I'd always start back with chest and triceps.

But I'm definitely noticing the gains in the legs and back. It's been 8 months of steady gain, and I'm lifting weights I never imagined I'd ever be able to lift in dead lift, power clean, and whatnot. When I was hitting the sled a while back, I could see definite improvement in moving it, but I wonder what it's like now.

I think that's why Roy's backing off of them. I'm pretty straight in that arena, I need work elsewhere.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Season 2 - Day 13

Today's Notes:

Murrrrr.... BRAINNNNNSSSSSS...

(Get it? I'm a Zombie, because I'm so absolutely braindead after this morning's workout. It's funny. That's why Penguin pays me the big bucks to be a writer)

Today's workout was about 3 hours.

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The Workouts:
(You can read descriptions for all of these exercises here)


Morning Session (weights + drills + cardio)

Pullups - 3 sets x 15 reps
Iso Upper Row - 3 sets x 20 reps @ 360 lbs
Iso Flat Row - 3 sets x 20 reps @ 360 lbs
Iso Lower Back Row - 3 sets x 20 reps @ 310 lbs
Dumbbell bent-over Lat Pull Row - 3 sets x 15 reps @ 120lbs (each hand)
Shrugs - 3 sets x 20 reps @ 405lbs
Lat Pulldowns - 3 sets x 50 reps @ 130lbs (front), 3 sets x 30 reps @ 130 reps (back)
Stair Run - 10
Hurdles - High Step x 10
Hurdles - shuffle step hop x 10
Ladder - crossover shuffle step x 10
Punch Drill - 3 minutes x 5 sets (sucks!)
Duck Walk - 5 laps (1/10th mile per lap)
Isometric Squat (no weight, just body weight) - 3 sets x 150 reps
Pushups - 100 flat, 100 "diamond", 100 elevated (feet on bench)
45 mins on Elliptical (interval hill program, level 15)

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HOW I FEEL:

I got home at 9:00pm yesterday after about 3 and a half hours of working out. I then got up at 6:00AM today to go do another 3 hours.

You tell me.

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Season 2 - Day 12

Today's Notes:

I rolled in about 3 AM yesterday after picking up Mike, driving by the Bengals' facility (they wouldn't let us in), and taking him home. So, I skipped my workout yesterday morning.

To add to the crime, I didn't go this morning, opting instead to go in the evening (because I had an early morning meeting I had to attend for a client).

So, I got punished. Like, Guantanamo punished.

Missing a day is a no-no. And that really screws with me, since I've already paid for that day, it's mine to do with what I want... Nope. Not with Roy, it's not.

He beat the crap out of me.

Today's workout was about 3.5 hours.

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The Workouts:
(You can read descriptions for all of these exercises here)


Morning Session (weights + drills + cardio)


Leg Press - 50 (first set) @ 450lbs, 40 (second set) @ 540lbs, 30 (third set) @ 630 lbs
SUPERSET with stair run - 10 reps between each set (30 stair runs total)
High-stepup (ground-to-bench) - 20 each leg, with 70lb dumbbells in each hand
SUPERSET with stair run - 8 reps between each set (24 stair runs total)
Leg Extension - 50 (first set) @ 190lbs, 40 (second set) @ 205lbs, 30 (third set) @ 220 lbs
SUPERSET with Leg Curl - 50 (first set) @ 220lbs, 40 (second set) @ 235lbs, 30 (third set) @ 250 lbs
Hamstring Iso Leg Press - 50 (first set) @ 450lbs, 40 (second set) @ 540lbs, 30 (third set) @ 630 lbs
SUPERSET with Calf Press (toe extension) - 50 (first set) @ 450lbs, 40 (second set) @ 540lbs, 30 (third set) @ 630 lbs
Power Squat (Deadlift with bent knees) - 3 sets x 10 reps - 285lbs first set, 315lbs second set, 365lbs third set
SUPERSET with stair run - 6 reps between each set (18 stair runs total)
Sprint Laps - 5 (1/10th of a mile each lap)
Punch Drill @ 2 mins x 3
Ladder Drill - studder-step x 10
Ladder Drill - sidestep x 10
Ladder Drill - one-foot x 10
Ladder Drill - High-step x 10
Hurdles - shuffle step hop x 10
Wall Sits - 2:00 min x 3
3 mile run (treadmill)

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HOW I FEEL:

I will never miss another day again. I will never miss another day again. I will never miss another day again. I will never miss another day again. I will never miss another day again. I will never miss another day again. I will never miss another day again. I will never miss another day again. I will never miss another day again. I will never miss another day again. I will never miss another day again. I will never miss another day again...

Sunday, August 10, 2008

Season 2 - Day 10

Today's Notes:

I had to rush through this morning's session. Again, I tried to keep my resting periods very low to keep the heart rate up, but given the amount of grilled beef and bourbon I have ingested while here (much more beef than bourbon, but hey, it all counts against you), I can feel my body screaming at me to go run some of the cholesterol out of my veins.

Alas, it'll have to settle with a back series, and work double-time when I get home.

Today's workout was about 40 minutes.

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The Workouts:
(You can read descriptions for all of these exercises here)


Morning Session (weights + drills + cardio)



Pullups - 3 sets x 15 reps (all by myself! AGAIN! WHEEEEE)
Iso Upper Row - 3 sets x 20 reps @ 345 lbs
SUPERSET with Straight Bar Curl - 3 sets x 20 reps @ 100lbs
Iso Flat Row - 3 sets x 20 reps @ 345 lbs
SUPERSET with Dumbbell Hammer Curl - 3 sets x 20 reps @ 55lbs (each hand)
Iso Lower Back Row - 3 sets x 20 reps @ 325 lbs
SUPERSET with Cable 1-Handed Iso Curl - 3 sets x 20 reps @ 45lbs


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HOW I FEEL:

It's really frustrating not being able to hit the road or do drills, but hey, bourbon.

I have to go pick up my friend Mike from his parents' place near Cincinnati, then head home. It might be a late night. On the way, I'm going to visit the Cincinnati Bengals' training camp - it's right up 75 from where I'm going, so I figure what the hell.

Saturday, August 9, 2008

Season 2 - Day 9

Today's Notes:

In Kentucky for work. It's always hard to find a good place to work out on the road - fortunately, I've been here a few times before and made the mistakes of trusting Garmin to tell me where to go.

So, I could go to the hi-tech, brand new Lexington Athletic Center, where everything is bright and shiny and new, or I could opt for the lo-fi Glenn Ford's Fitness Center, which was built in 1893 to train horses to move hay around or some shit.

I'm going for Ford's, because something in me just needs to hear the clank and clatter of old iron rattling around, instead of rubber-coated plates sliding on machined cylinders.


Today's workout was about 50 mins.

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The Workouts:
(You can read descriptions for all of these exercises here)


Morning Session (weights + drills + cardio)

Bench Press - 4 sets: 1 set x 20 reps @ 135lbs, 1 set x 15 reps @ 315lbs, 1 set x 20 reps @285lbs, 1 set x 30 reps @ 225lbs
SUPERSET with Tricep Pushdown: 3 sets x 20 reps @ 155lbs

Decline Bench Press - 3 sets x 20 reps @ 285lbs
SUPERSET with One-hand Reverse Tricep Curl - 3 sets x 25 reps @55lbs

Incline Bench Press - 3 sets x 20 reps @ 285lbs
SUPERSET with Overhead Tricep Curl - 3 sets x 25 reps @155lbs

Cable Pectoral Flys - 3 sets UPPER x 15 reps @ 65lbs, 3 sets LOWER x 15 reps @65lbs (upper + lower superset into same set)

Dips - 3 sets x 30 reps
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HOW I FEEL:

Meh. Working out on the road sucks, period. But the gym I was at was so lo-fi, it felt like old-school workout videos we used to watch when I was in high school... Like I was Rocky, training with sandbags and chains and shit. It was kinda neat, actually.

I didn't get to run or do any cardio, so I just sped up my session so that I was resting about 20 seconds max between sets. It worked, my heart was pumping like crazy during the workout. When you can't get everything you want, sometimes you just make what you can get, work.

I have no idea if that comma is supposed to go there or not. It feels like I needed a pause there, but it feels kinda odd. I know the common mindset is "when in doubt, leave it out" but meh, I'll do what I want, cause it's my blog, so, like, whatever man.

Friday, August 8, 2008

Season 2 - Day 8

Today's Notes:

It's so strange - I used to LOVE days off from the gym. But over time, your mind and your body grow to love the exertion. Even when it's painful and it sucks, when you go an entire day without doing anything, your body almost demands to go outside and run and collide into things. I can't explain it, except to say yesterday was a very "fidgety" day for me.

Today, I'm driving to Kentucky for work, so my workout is a bit abbreviated... Mostly cardio / conditioning work.

Today's workout was about 2 hours.

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The Workouts:
(You can read descriptions for all of these exercises here)


Morning Session (weights + drills + cardio)


Dumbbell Dead Lift - 20 x 3 @ 130 lbs each hand (260lbs)
Dumbbell Snatch (yes, haha, i said snatch) - 20 (first set), 15 (second set), 10 (third set) @ 50lbs, 55 lbs, 60 lbs (respectively)
Leg Press - 20 (first set), 15 (second set), 10 (third set) @ 870lbs, 1050lbs, 1230lbs (respectively)
Seated Squat - 15 x 3 @ 405lbs
Ladder Drill - studder-step x 10
Ladder Drill - sidestep x 10
Hurdles - High Step x 10
Hurdles - shuffle step hop x 10
Stair run - 30 (15 x 2 stairs at a time, 15 x 1 stair at a time)
30 mins on Elliptical (interval hill program, level 15)

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HOW I FEEL:

The 7 hour drive ahead of me suddenly looks even less attractive now that my legs are all tight and mealy.

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Inspiration: other average-to-athlete folks

Some good friends of mine who follow this project pointed me to some other folks doing similiar stuff.

Chris sent me a link to 2 average athletes attempting 5 olympic events - it's a really neat insight to the difference between the average athlete and a full-time dedicated sponsored person who pursues physical excellence.

Amy sent me a link to an average woman who decided to be an Olympic triathlete - quite an engaging and awesome story. I've linked the last article in the series, but you owe it to yourself to read them all.

Finally, Martin sent me to Stefan Fastis's site. Stefan is a 43 year old Wall Street Journal reporter who trained and played with the Denver Broncos as a place kicker.

Awesome reading, all.

Season 2 - Day 6

Today's Notes:

I hate.

At least this morning I got to sleep in until 7:00AM. That was nice. But the workout wasn't. It wasn't even my trainer's fault... He had a death in the family, and couldn't make it, so it was on me to push myself today. I had help from Marcus and Ralph, two guys I work out with on occasion.

I hate Marcus and Ralph now.

Today's workout was about 3 hours.

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The Workouts:
(You can read descriptions for all of these exercises here)


Morning Session (weights + drills + cardio)

Dumbbell Incline Bench Press + Fly (superset) - 50 (first set), 40 (second set), 30 (third set) @ 75 lbs each hand (150lbs)
Dumbbell Flat Bench - 50 (first set) @ 75lbs, 40 (second set) @85lbs, 30 (third set) @ 95 lbs each hand (150lbs, 170lbs, 190lbs)
Incline Bench Press (machine) - 15 @ 280 lbs, 12 @ 310 lbs, 10 @ 320 lbs
Decline Bench Press (machine) - 15 @ 360 lbs, 12 @ 410 lbs, 10 @ 460 lbs
"21" Curl (straight bar) - 3 sets @ 75lbs
Iso Curl Cable (one hand) - 3 sets x 15 reps @ 47.5lbs
Iso Curl Machine (preacher) - 3 sets each hand individually x 15 reps @ 90 lbs, then both hands @ 190lbs
Iso Pectoral Fly machine - 3 sets x 20 @ 290lbs
Punch Drill @ 2 mins x 3
Ladder Drill - studder-step x 10
Ladder Drill - sidestep x 10
Ladder Drill - one-foot x 10
Hurdles - shuffle step hop x 10
Wall Sits - 2:00 min x 3
Stair run - 10
45 mins on Elliptical (interval hill program, level 15)

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HOW I FEEL:

Actually kinda sore. Yesterday beat the living crap out of me - I think that moving to a split-day session is going to end up being the sane thing to do in the long run, but for now, I'm being told to stick with double-length sessions.

But this is nowhere near as bad as I felt this time last year, that's for sure.

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Season 2 - Day 5

Today's Notes:

Okay, this "stacking two-a-days into one workout" thing is killing me. I'm going to kill someone because I'm being killed. I mean, it's great and all, and I'm glad I'm training, and I feel great that I'm not only surviving but doing well... But still. This shit is INTENSE.

And I thought I'd been hitting it hard the past few months...

Today's workout was about 3.5 hours.

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The Workouts:
(You can read descriptions for all of these exercises here)


Morning Session (weights + drills + cardio)


Leg Press - 50 (first set) @ 450lbs, 40 (second set) @ 540lbs, 30 (third set) @ 630 lbs
High-stepup - 20 each leg, with 50lb dumbbells in each hand
Leg Extension - 50 (first set) @ 190lbs, 40 (second set) @ 205lbs, 30 (third set) @ 220 lbs
Leg Curl - 50 (first set) @ 220lbs, 40 (second set) @ 235lbs, 30 (third set) @ 250 lbs
Calf Press - 3 sets x 50 @630lbs
Hamstring Iso Leg Press - 50 (first set) @ 450lbs, 40 (second set) @ 540lbs, 30 (third set) @ 630 lbs
Deadlift - 3 sets x 10 reps - 285lbs first set, 315lbs second set, 365lbs third set
Power Squat (Deadlift with bent knees) - 3 sets x 10 reps - 285lbs first set, 315lbs second set, 365lbs third set
Stair Run - 30
Sprint Laps - 5 (1/10th of a mile each lap)
Punch Drill @ 2 mins x 3
Ladder Drill - studder-step x 10
Ladder Drill - sidestep x 10
Ladder Drill - one-foot x 10
Ladder Drill - High-step x 10
Hurdles - shuffle step hop x 10
Wall Sits - 2:00 min x 3
45 mins on Elliptical (interval hill program, level 15)

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HOW I FEEL:

Like jello.

I hate my trainer, Roy. I hate his sadistic horrible training. I hate that I pay money to go through it.

Actually, I just hate being a total puss.

Monday, August 4, 2008

Season 2 - Day 4

Today's Notes:

So, Roy Carr (my trainer) has told me that we won't be doing actual 2-a-day workouts until September. He wants me to ramp up the workouts by sticking what I'd do in both workouts into one gigantic cataclysmic workout full of hellpain.

And so that's what we did today. And I hate it. I hate him. I hate everything in the world. I wish I had a baseball bat the size of New Jersey so I could beat the shit out of this planet.

Today's workout was about 2.5 hours.

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The Workouts:
(You can read descriptions for all of these exercises here)


Morning Session (weights + drills + cardio)


Shrugs - 3 sets x 20 reps @ 405lbs
Dumbbell bent-over Lat Pull Row - 3 sets x 15 reps @ 120lbs (each hand)
Pullups - 3 sets x 15 reps (all by myself! New Milestone!)
Iso Upper Row - 3 sets x 20 reps @ 360 lbs
Iso Flat Row - 3 sets x 20 reps @ 360 lbs
Iso Lower Back Row - 3 sets x 20 reps @ 310 lbs
Dumbbell Power Clean (one hand) - 3 sets x 20 reps @55lbs
Power Clean - 3 sets x 10 reps @ 225lbs (New Milestone!)
Stair Run - 20
Punch Drill @ 2 mins x 3
Ladder Drill - studder-step x 10
Ladder Drill - sidestep x 10
Ladder Drill - High-step x 10
Hurdles - shuffle step hop x 10
Wall Sits - 2:00 min x 3
Medicine Ball Toss - 3 sets x 20 reps @ 12lb
45 mins on Elliptical (interval hill program, level 15)

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HOW I FEEL:

... I don't have words. I am STILL breathing somewhat hard, after driving home.

What the HELL is wrong with Roy? Why is he doing this to me? What did I do to him???

Sunday, August 3, 2008

Season 2 - Day 3

Today's Notes:

Took it somewhat easy, still a bit burnt from helping my Mother-In-Law move yesterday. That was a HUGE day... About 8 hours of moving shit, with only a 40 minute break to drive to the new house. It was an intense day, in 94 degree heat.

So I went back to my tried-and-true stack-set chest day today. Been a while since I did this, but it felt good to see just how much I've improved over what I used to do on this exact same routine a year ago.

Today's workout was about 1.5 hours.

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The Workouts:
(You can read descriptions for all of these exercises here)


Morning Session (weights + drills + cardio)

Bench Press - 4 sets: 1 set x 20 reps @ 135lbs, 1 set x 15 reps @ 315lbs, 1 set x 12 reps @ 335lbs, 1 set x 10 reps @ 355lbs
SUPERSET with Tricep Pushdown: 3 sets x 25 reps @ 145lbs

Decline Bench Press - 3 sets x 15 reps @ 360lbs
SUPERSET with One-hand Reverse Tricep Curl - 3 sets x 25 reps @45lbs

Incline Bench Press - 3 sets x 10 reps @ 315lbs
SUPERSET with Overhead Tricep Curl - 3 sets x 25 reps @145lbs

Cable Pectoral Flys - 3 sets UPPER x 15 reps @ 65lbs, 3 sets LOWER x 15 reps @65lbs (upper + lower superset into same set)

Dips - 3 sets x 30 reps
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HOW I FEEL:

Great, except that I'm tired :)

Friday, August 1, 2008

Season 2 - Day 1

Today's Notes:

First day of posting, but definitely not the first day of working out. This will be the first day that I actually hit the field and work specifically on drills for football, though, so it counts as Day 1.

Roy (my trainer) wants to step things up on Monday, but I decided to get a jump on things and go ahead and work my ass off today anyway. I won't be able to work out tomorrow, since I'm helping my Mother-In-Law move. I'm such a good son-in-law, right?

Today's workout was 1.5 hours.

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The Workouts:
(You can read descriptions for all of these exercises here)


Morning Session (weights)

Leg Press - 3 sets x 50 @ 450lbs
High-stepup - 15 each leg, with 50lb dumbbells in each hand
Leg Extension - 3 sets x 30 @ 220 lbs
Leg Curl - 3 sets x 30 @ 250 lbs
Calf Press - 3 sets x 50 @ 630lbs
Power Squat (Deadlift with bent knees) - 3 sets x 10 reps - 285lbs first set, 315lbs second and third set
Stair Run - 30
Treadmill - 30 minute run

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Evening Session (Football Field):

50 yard sprints x 10
15 yard shuffle drill x 10
"L" drill x 10
Duck Walk x 100 yards
Punch Drill x 100


HOW I FEEL:

Not bad. Nice to get back in the grass and play a bit. I can tell you that this year is WAY different than last year... By a fairly wide margin. I feel so much stronger and aware than I was last year. It's insane to compare now to then... I just can't believe how far I've come.