Cross Trainer 5 mins, level 12, random hills
Deadlifts- 10 singles (practicing form) then 3 x 6 @ 50kg
Incline bench press- 6,6,5 @ 30kg
45 degree Single Leg Press- 3 x 6 (on each leg) @ 60kg
Standing Scoop Fly- 3 x 10 @ 3.75
Standing Reverse Fly- 10,10,8 @ 1.25++
Wrist Curls- 4, 3 @ 1.25
Back Extension- 12,10 (Holding 10kg plate)
Wood Chop high to low- 2 x 12 @ 6
Tabata Intervals on incline treadmill- Could only get half way through. Need to bring my inhaler to the gym from now on. Cardio fitness is shocking!!!
Glute exercises on all fours- out to the side, then up to the back keeping a bend in your leg.
Lifting your foot with glutes whilst legs are at a 45 degree angle.
Clam pilates exercise.
Planks 3 x max hold
Deadlifts feel weird. I'm scared of them, scared of hurting myself. My shoulders will not do as they are told (keep coming forward on the way down). I was concentrating too hard on it in one set that I bashed my knees
Got the guy next to me to watch my form and asked the gym instructor to look and give me some pointers but the only thing they said was keep the bar closer to my shins and look higher... maybe I just need to get used to them *crosses fingers*
Incline bench press is great, feels much safer without a spotter cause I can actually reach the top properly. Feels strong, think I can go up next session.
Single Leg Press was better today, less slipping today. Feels strong, will go up next time.
Walk 1 hr-Nutrition-
1/2 Head of Broccoli with Creamy Cashew & Nutritional Yeast Sauce
Carrot Salad with pine nuts, oil, parsley
Huge bowl of red cabbage in tomato & herb sauce