Keeping a Workout Log

Keeping a Workout Log

Are YOU keeping track of your workouts? Yes, YOU… you know, the person reading this post. If you look around our community, the people you see who consistently finish workouts first and are at the top of the leader boards are ALL maintaining workout journals, and many of them on-line in our discussion forum. If you CLICK HERE to go to our workout log forum, you can see for yourself.

I invite you to join us there – set up a thread of your own, keep track of what you’re doing – so that you KNOW what to use the next time a workout with push press, rowing and deadlifts comes up out of the hopper, so you can actually see your progress over time and so you have a record of the time, energy and blood, sweat and tears you’ve given to getting into the best shape of your life!

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Today’s Workout

“Diane”

21-15-9 rep rounds for time of:
Deadlifts, 225 pounds
Handstand Push-ups

Handstand push ups mean your forehead touches the ground each rep. If this isn’t possible, put something on the floor under your head so that it becomes possible. Make it a depth that challenges you, so that you’re not able to do more than 6 hspu in a row.

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