aj_rock Posted May 7, 2013 Report Share Posted May 7, 2013 Welcome one, welcome all, to the highlight of this year. Well, for me anyway. For the past half a year, I've sweat, I've panted, I've straight up gone so hard that I thought I would puke and been so hungry that I would eat a head of salted lettuce and enjoy every second of it. In preparation. For. This. A new season starts this Sunday for my team, and I've been given the go ahead as starting fullback. Hard to believe I'd only played my first game a scant two years ago, and as a back-up for our second team no less. So, in this log I'll detail what goes into making a rugby match. From pre game prep, to strength and cardio maintenance. From skill development to skill usage. Injury pre and re habilitation. Basically, training, working out, games, and strategizing around various boo-boos. For starts: Height: 187cm Weight: 82-84.5 kg (it waffles. A lot.) Awesomeness: OVER NINE THOOOOUUUUUSAAAAAAAAAND Ok, let's dive right in! Got into the gym for the first time in a couple weeks, so I kept it short n sweet. Squats: 225 X 12 DB BP: 65 X 10 Rows: 190 X 9 inc DB BP: 60 X 9 Chin-ups: 12 Whole thing took bout a half hour. I'll increase both volume and intensity rapidly over the next week or so with full body workouts and I'll think about what I want to do after that. Quote Why must I put a name on the foods I choose to eat and how I choose to eat them? Rather than tell people that I eat according to someone else's arbitrary rules, I'd rather just tell them, I eat healthy. And no, my diet does not have a name.My daily battle log! Link to comment
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