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Old 11-11-2008, 04:56 AM   #613
Allen Yeh
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November 10, 2008
*15 hour fast*
BW = 190 (after a week of Disney I've lost 4 pounds???)

1. WU
Eric Cressey Warm up Option 1:
SMR - quads, IT bands, pecs, thoracic mobility
tennis ball - calves, glutes, infraspinatus, arch roll ~0:15-0:30
kneeling RF/TFL stretch - 0:15L/R
sleeper stretch - 0:15L/R
glute bridge - 12
reach, roll, lift - 8L/R
wall ankle mobility - 8L/R
x-band walk - 10L/R
pull-back butt kick - 5L/R
cradle walk - 5L/R
split stance broomstick pec mobilization - 8L/R
squat to stand - 8
OH lunge walk - 5L/R

2. Strength
back squat - 45 x 5, 95 x 4, 135 x 3, 185 x 2, 225 x 1, 265 x 4, 265 x 4, 265 x 2, 225 x 4
(2 minute rests on work sets)

snatch pulls - 185 x 2, 185 x 2, 185 x 2, 185 x 2, 185 x 2, 185 x 2, 185 x 2, 185 x 2
(0:45 rests)

walking db lunge - overhead - 15 x 8L/R, 15 x 8L/R, 15 x 8L/R
(0:45 rests)

reverse crunch - 12, 12, 12
prone bridge - 0:30, 0:30, 0:30
(superset with no rest)


3. Misc.

OALC- C+J - 35#KB - 8 minutes total switching every 2 minutes, 18L, 18R, 18L, 18R

4.5 minute walk - 3 laps around basketball court

Notes:
-EC's warm up 1, phase 1 - lower body day 1 - 2nd week
-back squats - Did these with the rep scheme provided as high bar squats as opposed to box squats. The 3rd set I felt a bit of butt wink so I dropped the weight a little and focused on keeping a upright torso and keeping my body tight.
-snatch pulls - Felt a little strain in my arm the first set used straps for 6 sets and it felt much better, tried it again on the 8th set without straps
-walking DB lunges - my shoulders felt way more tired than my legs here
-OALC C+J - Did these today instead of 10 minutes of steady cardio on the bike. Tried to keep the rep count moderate taking plenty of rest between reps.
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