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Re: Transitions

Postby ida » Thu Dec 05, 2013 8:38 pm

Today's training:

C2
12 minute warm-up
3x15 minute @ 20(5')-22(4')-24(3')-26(2')-28(1') spm per minute('), 3 minute rest in between
8 minute cool down.

Stretch
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Re: Transitions

Postby ida » Fri Dec 06, 2013 2:39 pm

Today's training:

10 minutes Warm-up on X-trainer
4x15 shoulder press @ 15 kg
4x15 lats pull @ 12,5 kg (too light), 17,5 kg, 22,5 kg, 25 kg
4x15 seated row @ 30 kg (3), 35 kg
4x15 biceps curl @ 7 kg
Stretch

Planned to go to Vegomässan in Malmö afterwards but all trains are cancelled due to the storm. Will see if we make it there or not.
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Re: Transitions

Postby ida » Tue Dec 10, 2013 9:36 pm

A few days rest due to Vegomässan and work.

Today's training:

10 minute warm-up on X-trainer
4x15 leg press @ 60, 62.5, 65, 70 kg
4x15 step up on box w 10 kg plate (3), 15 kg plate (1)
4x15 leg extension @ 20 kg
4x15 hamstring curls @ 15 kg (2), 17,5 kg (2)
Stretch

Went to see my naprapat in the afternoon. He gave me a real tough treatment for my knee and gave me a few exercises and stretches to adress the knee issue. And he said no squats or leg press or anything other similar exercise until mid January. Short squats and one-legged ones are ok, but not 90° or deep ones. Knee already feels better so I will follow his advice and do my exercises according to plan 'til our next massage/stretch/trigger point session in January.
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Re: Transitions

Postby ida » Wed Dec 11, 2013 8:01 am

Today's training:

Swimming

150 meter warm-up, 1000 meters technic focusing mainly on arms/active arms, with some 25 and 50 meter sprints here and there letting the arms lead the sprint (i.e. paddling faster with the arms and not so much kicking faster with legs), 150 meter cool down.

Legs are really tired and aching from yesterdays training and naprapat session, so good session to work mainly with arms.
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Re: Transitions

Postby ida » Thu Dec 12, 2013 7:41 pm

Today's training:

10 minute warm-up on X-trainer
4x15 shoulder press @ 15 kg
4x15 lats pull @ 25 kg
4x15 seated row @ 30(1) kg, 35(3) kg
4x15 chest press @ 15 kg
4x15 biceps curl @ 7 kg
Core stuff
Stretch
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Re: Transitions

Postby ida » Sun Dec 15, 2013 2:06 pm

Yesterday's training:

Taped my knee (or above the knee actually) according to the instructions from my Naprapat and went out for a run. First one in ages.
6 km in total, with 4x300 meters sprints. Yay! Knee felt ok, but some pain in my hip (which is causing the usual knee pain). Still, nothing that cant be ignored for the joy of running :) Will definitely start running with taped knee to see what will come of it (and to my rehab exercises also).

Today's training:

Lifting
4x15 deadlift @ 45kg, 50 kg(2), 52,5 kg
4x15 bench pull @ 25 kg (2), 27,5 kg (3)
4x15 bench @ 22,5 kg (2), 25 kg (2), 27,5 kg (1)
Stretch

Then straight off to Djurättsalliansens X-mas fair. :)
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Re: Transitions

Postby hakko » Mon Dec 16, 2013 9:18 pm

You're always welcome to come join a running session with IF Linnéa, if you want to share the joy :)
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Re: Transitions

Postby ida » Wed Dec 18, 2013 2:39 pm

Ha, thanks! to be honest I am a bit afraid of IF Linnea. all ppl I know who run with them are insanely fast. I am not. :) But who knows I might show up there one day...

Yesterday's training:

Indoor bike
15 minutes warm-up
4x4 minutes intervals with 4 minutes rest between
Cool down
stretch

Today's training:

Morning swimming focus on arms: 300 m warm-up, 150mx2 with/without pull buoy focusing on arms and "gliding" each paddel, 100mx2 same thing, 50mx2 sprint/slow, 100mx2 with/without pull bout, 50mx2 sprint/slow, 100m cool down

Lunch spin class :shock: 60 minutes. Got asked by a colleague to join. Was more fun than I remember, all new technology with a display keeping track of my personal data like watts, rpm and other things makes the time fly. And extra bonus to do some exhausting cardio work without any pain in my knee/hip. :)
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Re: Transitions

Postby ida » Fri Dec 27, 2013 10:19 pm

Picked up some weird cold last week, that did not prevent me from working but from training. And then there was x-mas.

Training again Wednesday 25th December (after the crazy amounts x-mas food the day before)
Running, 7 km in total, sprints intervals 5x400 meters up-hill
3x1 minute planks
stretch

Yesterday's training:

Warm-up 10 minutes
Shoulder press w bar 4x15 @ 15 kg
Lats pull 4x15 @ 22,5 kg (1), 25 kg (3)
Seated row 4x15 @ 30 kg (1), 32,5 kg (1), 35 kg (2)
Biceps curl 4x15 w 7 kg dumbell (3), 8 kg (1)
Stretch

Then it was time again for feeling ill. Cancelled training and all other things today for stupid angry stomach. Luckily it seems as it is not the infamous "winter vomiting disease", so I hope it will pass quickly. Fingers crossed.
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Re: Transitions

Postby ida » Sat Dec 28, 2013 8:20 pm

Tummy is well behaving today so I went to the gym in the morning for a quick session:

Warm-up 10 minutes
Dead lift 4x15 @ 45 kg (1), 47,5 kg (1), 50 kg (2)
One legged squats 3x10 each leg
Rehab training for hip 4x10
Lower abs 4x15
Seated core twists with 7 kg medicin ball 4x30 (15 each side)
back raises 4x15
Stretch
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Re: Transitions

Postby ida » Mon Dec 30, 2013 8:46 pm

Yesterday's training:

Swimming, technique: focus on arms and "gliding" in the water, 1100 meters in total. 1 hour approximately

Today's training:

Morning run:
7 km with 3x300 meters sprints
stretch

Afternoon gym:
Warm-up
4x15 Shoulder press @ 15 kg
4x15 Lats pull @ 25 kg
4x15 seated row @ 30 kg (1), 35 kg (3)
4x15 chest press w 8 kg dumbbells
4x15 biceps curls w 7kg (1), 8 kg (3) dumbbells
2x15 back raises (had planned to do four sets but a man next to me was grunting beyond normal and I had a hard time concentrating and not start to laugh)
45 sec side plank, each side (-"-)
Stretch

My knee and hip hurt from this mornings running :(. Will treat it according to instructions from Naprapat. Hopefully change will come.
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Re: Transitions

Postby hakko » Tue Dec 31, 2013 3:14 pm

:(
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