"He's soft and he's fat and he's wearing my cloths and he was born on my birthday
and he's getting too old and I'm afraid if I stop running, he'll catch up with me."
- Nike motivational poster

May 2018

- 30 minutes of some form of exercise 5 days a week
- Beginner Yoga
- Core strengthening & conditioning
- Kettelbell workouts
- Slow movement hikes
- Natural movement workouts
- Olympic Lifts (adjust loads as needed)
- Sand bag training
- Play different sports (cycle, kayak, hike, snowshoe, etc,)
- Sprint workouts

May Workouts

Days This Month: 31
Some form of exercise: 2 of 13 days
Exercise hours: 2.0
Beginner Yoga hours: 0.0
Hiking/Climbing miles: 0.5
Paddling miles: 0.0
Cycling miles: 0.0

5/13 - Natural Movement Workout
5/12 - Hike/Clover Springs

Friday, March 21, 2008

Location: Cloverdale Backroads

Workout: Endurance <90
Cloverdale Tour - Cycling/Road Bike

I like this ride! A quick workout at about 85% output.
Cloverdale Blvd. South to Dutcher Creek Road /East Frontage road to the River Park Trail, to Preston, back Cloverdale blvd. North.

Time: 00:39:17
Total Miles:11.11
Ave. Speed: 16.98
Max. Speed: 31.21

Location: PFC Gym
Workout: Power

3X 10 @ 65#

Time: 00:05:00

While researching Lifting Shoes on the Internet, I discovered that one of the best shoes for Squats and Deadlifts is the good old fashion Chuck Taylor's. So, I dug out my pair from many years ago that I wore as river wading shoes while fishing and rafting.

They were a little skanky from not being used for awhile, so I chucked them in the washer with some detergent and bleach. The bleach probably wasn't the best thing for the old canvas, but they came out looking a lot cleaner.

The soles are flat and sturdy and preformed well while doing a few squats.

I'm still interested in some official lifting shoes for cleans and presses.

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DISCLAIMER: I have never had any formal workout or fitness training instruction. Everything I have learned has been self taught, self motivated, learned from trial and error, or picked up from books or the internet. Because of this, some of the words or phrases I use might not be the correct terms used by "professionals".
The logs listed on this site are workouts I have put together for myself. They are not meant as examples to teach others, but only as a way for me to track my own progression.

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