Last Few Days In Colorado

Wow, it is so neat here in the valley!  I drove up to Aspen, what a precious town!  Every single person there is getting on or off the slopes.  Tomorrow I am taking myself down to NEW CASTLE FAMILY FITNESS.  The club owner says the big boys come in weekdays at 5 pm…. I am going to go give them a “What up!?”

Yesterday, I hit a chest and shoulder workout.  There was a guy in there kicking some ass so I gave him some kudos.  Then I asked him to burn me out in two sets on the flat bench smith machine.  It is a technique I learned from a former coach.  Full reps for 8-10, then 5 reps at the top half and 5 reps at the bottom half.  UGH!  Do this exercise as your LAST chest movement.

Tomorrow I will get a squat workout.  OH YEAH!!

Sticking to the plan

I had made myself accountable to you by stating that I would do weights Wed, Thurs, Sat and Sun. I have been true to the plan and it always feels good! Thursday I did a Chest and Shoulder workout, but I took it kind of easy, as my right shoulder was talking to me… not screaming at me, but letting me know it wasn’t 100%. So, i listened.

Flat Bench
Incline Hammer Machine
Flat DB Press
Pec Deck

Standing DB Press, last two heavy sets seated
Side DB Raises
Rear Delt Fly on Pec Deck

Today, I will do Tris and Bis. If someone is around to help, I will do an instructional video. Tune in!

Increase Your Bench!

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Mondays Plan

Cardio in the morning.  Then this afternoon I will do chest and shoulders.  I have been stuck in my routine, so today I will change it up a bit.  Chest movements will be done first, but lighter.  Then I will jam out some heavy shoulders.

My plan for chest:

Incline Bench
Flat Smith Machine Bench
Flat DB Presses
Cable Cross-over

My plan for Shoulders:

Smith Machine Front Press
Behind the Neck
DB Side Raises
DB Rear Delts Flies