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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Brahma Bill on Wed Aug 07, 2013 7:54 pm

6 rounds
400 meter run
20 med ball slams

Isometrics
Stretch

Time was 34:02 which is lousy even for me, walked some during rounds 5&6. (note to self, 400 meter runs the day after squats is probably not a great idea).

Back to normal hot today, weird weather earlier this week Highs only in the 80's and humidity was low, felt like fall.

I didn't have time to mention it yesterday, but I was strong and controlled at the very top of the neg chins. That's my weak spot and is what I work on with the isometrics, so it seems to be working.

Am I the only sucker who bought a Powerball ticket today? 420 million would come in handy about now.


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Post by ccheatum on Thu Aug 08, 2013 12:23 am

Brahma Bill wrote:6 rounds
Am I the only sucker who bought a Powerball ticket today? 420 million would come in handy about now.

Lottery - Definition: A tax on people who are bad at math.
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by TheMasterKey on Thu Aug 08, 2013 12:29 am

Brahma Bill wrote:Am I the only sucker who bought a Powerball ticket today? 420 million would come in handy about now.

I'm with ya, first non scratch off ticket I've bought.
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Brahma Bill on Thu Aug 08, 2013 8:37 am

TheMasterKey wrote:
Brahma Bill wrote:Am I the only sucker who bought a Powerball ticket today? 420 million would come in handy about now.

I'm with ya, first non scratch off ticket I've bought.
Two winners in NJ this morning. I hope you're one of them
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by TheMasterKey on Thu Aug 08, 2013 10:42 pm

Nope, not me.  On the bright side, in NJ lotto tickets can only be purchased with cash.  ;)
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Brahma Bill on Thu Aug 22, 2013 7:14 pm

Here's the deal. About two weeks ago I was pushing myself up off the ground (at work) and heard/felt some popping. Couldn't lift my left arm overhead for a couple of days. Feels good now but I'm in the middle of a big job that's taking all my time energy. Felt compelled to post 'cause I had an interesting experience yesterday. I'm working with another crew so I spent a lot of time on their ladders (mine are all heavy duty) just the act of holding myself in position on one of the flimsy things had my posterior chain and abs feeling like I got hit with a baseball bat this morning. It really surprised me.

I'm not slacking but I sure feel like I am. I'll be back on the program next week.
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Cesar on Sat Aug 24, 2013 2:02 am

Rest Is good, Bill.
You learned something...
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Dave on Sat Aug 24, 2013 2:04 am

Sounds like your shoulder had a scare but good that you're on the mend. It'll take more than that to keep you down!
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Brahma Bill on Sun Sep 01, 2013 8:12 pm

Big job's finished, back on track

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3 rounds
110# Sandbag shouldering 4,4,4
Atlas pushups 6,3,2+1 neg
H rows 8,5,5

10 Russian twist with 20# med ball
5 Janda pushups
Lightning in the sky so I ran inside
Subbed
2 rounds
20 chinnies
10 flutter kicks

Stretch

Feels good to train. It definitely helps me control my stress levels.
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by GreekPT on Mon Sep 02, 2013 12:19 am

Planks, he whispers, Planks Sir.

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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Brahma Bill on Mon Sep 02, 2013 12:31 am

GreekPT wrote:Planks, he whispers, Planks Sir.
The thought did cross my mind
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Brahma Bill on Thu Sep 05, 2013 9:52 pm

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8 Tabata rounds Jump Rope
8 Tabata rounds 12# sledge strikes
12 Thrusters 40# B bag
8 Tabata rounds B bag Swings/power cleans

200 yard back carry 100# Sand bag 3:00 flat

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Thrusters started out as Tabata but then both hammies started cramping big time. Stopped and walked around, went in and took a potassium tab. Should have taken the potassium before I went out, it was a long hot day and I know better. They still hurt, almost like a pull but not quite.

Timed the back carry just out of curiosity. I'm sure I can do a lot better when I'm feeling more sporty.

100# is now my lightest Sandbag. Added weight.
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by itlives on Thu Sep 05, 2013 11:24 pm

Good work. Bill. I've moved some of our training outdoors -farmers walks, run the driveway (300' one way) and tire whacking. They love it!
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Brahma Bill on Fri Sep 06, 2013 7:38 pm

itlives wrote:Good work. Bill. I've moved some of our training outdoors -farmers walks, run the driveway (300' one way) and tire whacking. They love it!
Thanks Mike. I've gotten to the point were I fell weird if I train inside. We'll see if that hold up come winter :D 

Got up early and walked 3 miles first thing this morning
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Post by itlives on Fri Sep 06, 2013 11:19 pm

I like both inside and outside training. There's good in each.
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Dave on Sat Sep 07, 2013 12:05 am

Indeed. The good being - > You are training either way. :mrgreen:
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Brahma Bill on Sat Sep 07, 2013 8:41 pm

Dave wrote:Indeed.  The good being - > You are training either way.  :mrgreen:
Amen to that.

3 mile walk this morning.

Tonight

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1x5 B hug breathing squats 100# bag

4 Supersets
5 B hug breathing squats
2 neg chin-ups


Didn't have time to do the whole thing as written so I decided to just do the important stuff. Hands are still swollen from work yesterday so grip was a limiting factor on both exercises.
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Brahma Bill on Mon Sep 09, 2013 8:08 pm

WU

5 x 100# Sandbag complex - B hug squat, shoulder L/R, Bent over Row B hug

3 Rounds
5 Modified Ring dips
10 H rows
7 KRO
10 Russian Twist 25# med ball
:45 Plank

2x
Waiters walk 50 yard Left, 50 yard right (40# B bag)
100 yard B hug sandbag carry (100#)

Stretch

My 90 year old next door neighbor applauded when I completed the Bearhug carry. :D 
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Dave on Mon Sep 09, 2013 11:19 pm

Talk about a satisfying ending to a satisfying workout! That hundred yard carry sounds like sheer brutality.
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Brahma Bill on Tue Sep 17, 2013 7:47 pm

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5 Rounds
100 J rope turns
10 spins (5l/5r)
10 power cleans
10 BW squats
24:40

Isometrics

Stretch

Spins and power cleans were done with the 40# Bulgarian Bag. Based on rounds 1-3 I should have been able to do it under 20 minutes but then I developed this thing about having to breath. I'm going to keep this one for a while until I break 20 minutes.

Had the Grandkid this weekend so I did a ton of sprinting, biking and walking. That kid loves to run.
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Brahma Bill on Tue Sep 17, 2013 7:52 pm

One more thing... I got the COC trainer a while back and have been using it GTG style, just squeezing off as many as I feel like, whenever I walk by it. I got 25 solid reps on each hand this morning. I think it's time to move up to the 1.
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Dave on Tue Sep 17, 2013 10:52 pm

Kids are great!
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Brahma Bill on Mon Sep 23, 2013 8:17 pm

Dave wrote:Kids are great!
Especially this one. I'm "That Guy", you know the one who's always bragging about the Grandkid to random strangers for no apparent reason .:D 

Stretch

Sandbag shouldering - 26 reps in 20 minutes - 110# sandbag


So I've been disgusted with my training frequency and have adopted a new strategy.
I do about 10 minutes of back exercises, mobility and foam rolling every morning without fail. I don't post it 'cause that would be boring. So I decided to add a little. Started with one squat and one pushup. Adding one of each a day until I get to 100. Today was 5.
Read J-mans newest blog post this morning, which was the porch light that lined up all the moths flying around in my head. Came home from work tonight and did 20 minutes of sandbag shouldering, didn't try to kill it, just wanted to get it done. Didn't even change out of my work clothes. No matter what's going on I can do 20 minutes of that twice a week.

I'm going to GTG on chin-ups. Every time I walk down the driveway I've been pulling up as high as I can and coming down slow. Did about 7 today and 5 yesterday, Still going to do the negatives and the isometrics twice a week to get the top half of the movement. Right now I can get just a hair above 90 degrees from the bottom.

If this works out (which it will) I'll add the Bearhug breathing squats for 20 minutes twice a week. That's got the basics covered. I'll throw in heavy carries and conditioning on the nights I do have time and energy but I'm not going to stress over it.

I'm hopeful that in this way I can get the work in and still reach my two main goals for this year, one full chinup and 50 reps with the 110# sandbag in 20 minutes.



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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by TheMasterKey on Tue Sep 24, 2013 12:22 am

Good plan.
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Post by CheesedogTheFirst on Tue Sep 24, 2013 1:35 am

Sounds solid and practical. You'll get that chinup (and more than one) and the sandbag lifts in short order!
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Brahma Bill on Tue Sep 24, 2013 8:52 am

Thanks Fellas.
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by itlives on Tue Sep 24, 2013 9:25 am

I'd say we've all gotten to that point in our training at one time or another. Sometimes, it brings on something totally different. Sometimes it brings a new resolve.
Nice plan. You can do it!
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by TheMasterKey on Sat Sep 28, 2013 4:36 am

Knock knock...
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Brahma Bill on Sat Sep 28, 2013 8:56 am

TheMasterKey wrote:Knock knock...
Still here, still working the plan. Been GTG on chins every day and I'm on day 9 on the PU and Squats.
I'll be able to get the sandbag shouldering done today.
I moved two tons of gravel yesterday with a shovel. It doesn't count as training but it sure felt like it.

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"Who's there?"
"2nd place"
"2nd place who?"
"Exactly"
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Post by itlives on Sat Sep 28, 2013 9:27 am

I count shoveling as a workout ..... it's what training is for.
That would be like Greek not posting a race he trained for.
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Brahma Bill on Sat Sep 28, 2013 10:08 am

itlives wrote:I count shoveling as a workout ..... it's what training is for.
That would be like Greek not posting a race he trained for.
I agree with the second part of your statement entirely. I hardly broke a sweat and didn't get winded at all. Just one more benefit from hanging out with you people for the last three years.
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Post by itlives on Sat Sep 28, 2013 10:42 am

Oh well, if you were just la-dee-daing around, I guess it was just work :mrgreen: 
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Brahma Bill on Sat Sep 28, 2013 6:52 pm

Too Funny Mike! :D

WU

Shouldered  #110 sandbag 42 times in 20 minutes.

3 Neg chin-ups (GTG a bunch today)

100# sandbag
200 yard shoulder carry Left
200 yard shoulder carry right

Stretch

"Jogged" on the shoulder carries, got really gassed. I'm happy with the 42 reps, my PR is 45 so this is more like it.
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Post by TheMasterKey on Sat Sep 28, 2013 11:21 pm

Good stuff!
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Post by itlives on Sun Sep 29, 2013 12:45 am

Good job shouldering!
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Post by Avocadoshake on Sun Sep 29, 2013 4:41 am

itlives wrote:I count shoveling as a workout ..... it's what training is for.
That would be like Greek not posting a race he trained for.
Like picking up the little one (10 kg) and then the trash - 2hands anyhow - going to the container: Combo walk.
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Post by Avocadoshake on Sun Sep 29, 2013 4:42 am

TheMasterKey wrote:Good stuff!
Yep :up: 
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Post by Brahma Bill on Wed Oct 02, 2013 8:19 pm

Avocadoshake wrote:
itlives wrote:I count shoveling as a workout ..... it's what training is for.
That would be like Greek not posting a race he trained for.
Like picking up the little one (10 kg) and then the trash - 2hands anyhow - going to the container: Combo walk.
Whenever my Grandson comes to visit my Wife always asks "are you going to post how many times you picked him and carried him?" :D  He's 40 lbs. It's like Mike said, that's what we train for.



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110# sandbag shouldering, 51 Reps in 20 minutes. New PR and time to add gravel to the bag.

Stretch

I did something different tonight, during the rest at the end of each minute I focused on breathing deep and controlling my breathing instead of just huffing and puffing. I also kept repeating to myself "I am @#$%% cock diesel strong and can't nuthin' ^%$#% stop me" seemed to be a pretty effective Mantra, feel free to use it. :laugh1: 
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Post by Dave on Wed Oct 02, 2013 10:48 pm

Brahma Bill wrote:I focused on breathing deep and controlling my breathing instead of just huffing and puffing.
This ^ Do it while you are conditioning too, not just at the end of the round. Very powerful recovery booster.
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Post by Brahma Bill on Wed Oct 02, 2013 11:28 pm

Dave wrote:
Brahma Bill wrote:I focused on breathing deep and controlling my breathing instead of just huffing and puffing.
This ^  Do it while you are conditioning too, not just at the end of the round.  Very powerful recovery booster.
It's funny that's one of those things I used to know. It just suddenly came back to me this evening.
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Post by Dave on Wed Oct 02, 2013 11:51 pm

When you say you were controlling your breathing, do you mean deliberately slowing it down? I do this and it helps me to recover for the next round of whatever.
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Brahma Bill on Thu Oct 03, 2013 8:05 am

Dave wrote:When you say you were controlling your breathing, do you mean deliberately slowing it down?  I do this and it helps me to recover for the next round of whatever.
Right. Breathing deeper and slower.
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Madman on Fri Oct 04, 2013 2:40 am

Brahma Bill wrote:
Dave wrote:When you say you were controlling your breathing, do you mean deliberately slowing it down?  I do this and it helps me to recover for the next round of whatever.
Right. Breathing deeper and slower.
I never thought of focusing on breathing between sets, I usually default to a pretty shallow wheeze so maybe you're on to something.

when watching UFC fights coaches will usually remind their fighters to breathe between rounds, gotta make the most of your 60 seconds of rest.

Btw, who is "cock diesel", Vin Diesel's less popular brother or something? :laugh2: 
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Dave on Fri Oct 04, 2013 9:23 am

Testosterone??
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Brahma Bill on Fri Oct 04, 2013 9:35 am

Just some weird local expression for someone who's strong.
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Post by Madman on Sat Oct 05, 2013 2:09 am

That makes sense.

I always say "jacked" and people never understand me. Some folks say "swole" but it always sounds like an allergic reaction.
"ripped" is popular with some people, but I don't consider it to mean anything more than low bodyfat, same goes for "shredded".
"Hulking" or just "Hulk of a man" works as well as "Beast","freakish strength" and I always get those. But "brick sh1thouse" or "C*ck Diesel strong" are new ones to me.

Learning new stuff all the time. :read:  




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Post by Brahma Bill on Sat Oct 05, 2013 5:50 pm

We should make up our own. Something like "that Dave is a real Rhino Juggler" it would make just about as much sense.
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Post by itlives on Sat Oct 05, 2013 9:36 pm

:mrgreen:  Rhino juggler - hu hu :up: 
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Madman on Sun Oct 06, 2013 12:57 am

Maybe "brick house-c*ck", "diesel C*ck winch", "sh1tty diesel freight train",

It's gotta have swearing in it. How else will people know were tough? :laugh1: 

Dave is more of a "Ivan Drago's taller cousin" or something.
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Re: Bustin' Up The China Shop

Post by Dave on Sun Oct 06, 2013 2:42 pm

Brahma Bill wrote:"that Dave is a real Rhino Juggler"
itlives wrote::mrgreen:  Rhino juggler - hu hu :up: 

Of course. :) Here's my latest:

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Madman wrote:Dave is more of a "Ivan Drago's taller cousin" or something.
Don't forget younger. :mrgreen:
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