Progress report 10/1-10/7

We've hit another milestone in my strength program because I hit another max out week. What I've realized is during this week I get in my head a lot. For example 120 lbs felt heavy on my bench and then this week I loaded the bar with 125 lbs and got that for two. (Also,... Continue Reading →

Deficit compound movements

"You will never know your limits unless you push yourself to them" ~unknown We are in this for the long haul! Continuing my program put together by hubby and me (but mostly him). In the beginning we added some movements that I've never done before, deficit movements. And they were challenging! For my bench, squat,... Continue Reading →

Progress Report

Absolutely loving the program hubs has written for me. We are a little over a month in already. After every 4 weeks the plan is to test my max out numbers to check for progress and continue going up in weight. Since each day we work with percentages of my max, we want to keep... Continue Reading →

Sweating it out

SWEATING IT OUT: BUILDING A PROGRAM TO FIT MY GOALS Trying something different with my workout routine. And that is building my own program with hubby since he is the master mind of all the ins and outs of fitness and lifting. Since I do better on programs to hold me accountable I am sticking... Continue Reading →

Glutes on Strike

Ever since my PT days I have only been doing front squats, but for about the fourth day now I have been incorporating back squats into my program again! My leg days have actually been full of dead lifts and both front and back squats throughout the workout. I thought my back squatting days were... Continue Reading →

The Front Squat

As requested by my physical therapist I started to switch up my squatting routine. Normally I just stick to back squat but to help with my injury I am going to switch it up and start front squatting. What is the difference? The variation puts stress on different parts of the body. The back squat... Continue Reading →

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