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1st session in week 11 of my workout program: (was yesterday not today tbh)

deadlift: 3x5 85kg, with 1x8 45kg, 1x8 55kg and 1x8 70kg warmup
ohp: 3x5 47.5kg, with 1x8 25kg and 1x8 35kg warmup
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abs: 2x15 leg raises (not hanging, theres arm support) 6kg dumbbell between my feet
biceps: 1x10 30kg barbell, 1x10 hammer curls 36kg (18kg dumbbell each hand).

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12.18 km. Some of it walked, some of it jogged, and some of it HIIT. Also did some minor weight lifting.
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1. Leg Press Machine 3 sets
2. Dip Machine 3 sets
3. Leg Extension Machine 3 sets
4. Bicep Curl Machine 3 sets
5. Seated Leg Curl Machine 3 sets
6. Tricep Pushdown Machine 3 sets
7. Calf Machine 3 sets
8. Weird Lat Pulldown Machine 3 sets (light, neck)
9. Reverse Fly Machine 3 sets (light neck)
10. Lateral Raise Machine 3 sets (light neck)
11. Seated Row Machine 3 sets (light neck)

Then 10 mins walking / running on running machine
Then 2.5 mins on the stair of death machine (seriously, this ****ing machine is insane).

Pretty sure I more than ate back the calories I burned as is standard operating procedure for me
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20-ish mile bike ride. I'm trying to get on @MCHB 's level (btw, I always have to look up your screen name before tagging you xD). The past 3 bike rides I've been trying to push myself further and further, as well as forcing myself to ride up hills instead of walking, etc. My standard before was 13-ish miles. My stamina is definitely going up! There's this area downtown where there is this huge hill that I most definitely can't ride up, but I've been running my bike up for a little extra exercise. All this exercise is making me feel amazing! I love it.

Also, I did a bunch of hollow body core exercises/planks before that. I highly recommend them. Feeling it in my core far more than sit-up/crunches. Before I was using one of those Perfect Sit-up things lol. I've been doing these exercises specifically:

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20-ish mile bike ride. I'm trying to get on @MCHB 's level (btw, I always have to look up your screen name before tagging you xD). The past 3 bike rides I've been trying to push myself further and further, as well as forcing myself to ride up hills instead of walking, etc. My standard before was 13-ish miles. My stamina is definitely going up! There's this area downtown where there is this huge hill that I most definitely can't ride up, but I've been running my bike up for a little extra exercise. All this exercise is making me feel amazing! I love it.
That's awesome!

Sadly I haven't biked much in the past two weeks as I'm still adapting to my work schedule. Once my body and internal clock get used to getting off at two in the morning (that sounded dirty!), I'm going to start biking again after work.
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I work out late in the evening -- usually around 10PM. I'll do some aerobics and a bit of lifting.

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11.57 km. Walked, ran, HIIT.
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21km tonight. Think I'm going to throw my bike in the back of the truck this week and just head directly to the trailhead after work since I drive by it anyway on my way home.
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Did 10km on the bike after work and it was...uh...fascinating! The sky went from dark to light! What was that magic? It usually goes from light to dark! I'm scared. I need a more adult!
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Yesterday, I did way too much, swimming for an hour, then full weights, then 2x 15 mins runs (gradually increasing speed) on running machine. Neck was bad afterwards, but seems back to normal today. Think I will stick to one thing a day now .

Up to 8 reps with 340lbs on the leg press machine now, only 3 more weight increases to go then onto doing it one legged. (I know it's not actually 340lbs though, cos gravity etc, or is it? idk). Other stuff is coming along nicely too.
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Yesterday, I did way too much, swimming for an hour, then full weights, then 2x 15 mins runs (gradually increasing speed) on running machine. Neck was bad afterwards, but seems back to normal today. Think I will stick to one thing a day now .

Up to 8 reps with 340lbs on the leg press machine now, only 3 more weight increases to go then onto doing it one legged. (I know it's not actually 340lbs though, cos gravity etc, or is it? idk). Other stuff is coming along nicely too.
Dude, you're a machine!
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13 mile bike ride and some hollow body exercises. Might go for another ride later.

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I went to a class of Body Combat for the first time.
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Db curls, pushups, press ups, arnold presses, and some planks.

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dumbbell press, seated military press, side lateral raises, front raises, seated rows, chess press, and assisted pull ups. I usually do 4 sets of 10. I like to do a lot of pull ups though because they're my favorite and usually just go until failure. Also do them regardless of what muscle group is the focus that day. Gonna try to do shoulders two times a week and will probably add a few more exercises.

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I did pike push ups off the edge of my bed for the first time. My arms are sore already.

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Around 100 sit-ups.. plus some reps of 11s dumbell lifts.

I really just started excercising here at home like two days ago.... Figuring I'm too skinny, with not really any defined muscles...

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Another 20-ish mile bike ride (I need to get me one of those bike odometer things - I've been using google maps to estimate lol). It was on the warmer side tonight; I felt like I lost all of my bodily fluids. The back of my shirt and backpack were drenched. The shower afterward felt amazing, though. =P

I need to do some push-ups here in a bit to loosen up my shoulders/upper back.

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Ate 3 ice cream bars today. My mouth got a good workout.
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Just did about 20 minutes of aerobics and some curls.

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