vegan hal wrote:yes.
vegan hal wrote:Honestly, I don't have any real goals. just want to feel fitter. i hit 40 last September, so being fit + strong seems like a good idea. not that i was ever grossly unfit. but i find that when i'm rockin the workout that I don;t drink as much and I get better rest at night. I've had lower back issues on and off for the past 10 years. Strengthening my core makes good sense right.
I started stronglifts 5x5 last August I believe. I've tweaked it as well. i still do pushups 3 days a week, but added in dips which I really dig. I have a daily chart that I keep to easily figure out what I need to do. i mark down my numbers as I go. here's a snapshot of it.
I read many logs here and get ideas from so many of you. I still have lots to learn.
this week has been good so far. the HIIT cardio days kick my ass, but I feel great after it. I bagged my 2 mi trail run I was doing all last year as i was constantly turning my ankle and it never seemed to heal. the HIIT run seems to work better for me.
vegan hal wrote: oh and my Syracuse basketball team won their match tonight. YEAH!
vegan hal wrote:ahh YES!! both my wife and I are SU alum. '87-'91. she got us tickets for SU/G'town next month at G'town.
vegan hal wrote:When were you there? another coincidence?
vegan hal wrote:my wife did her chef training internship at Millennium, in SF.
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