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Discussion in 'Events & Challenges' started by LoyalKnight, Jun 26, 2017.
I wish you good luck.You can do it!!
40 min morning workout at 05:30. Back exercises, pull-ups, dips and stretching. 10+15 pull-ups, 12+16+11+11+15 dips.
31 km cycling (11+11+4.6+4.6 km)
50 pull-ups at work (8+12+10+10+10)
4 min tabata workout with push-ups and squats
1 hour and 40 minutes bouldering
150 pull-ups in 16 minutes, around 8 reps per set
You did 150 pullups!That's amazing!!I'm struggling to do 5 pullups...
It’s going to be a long way to do 150 pullups in a row though
I’m a bit sore in my body now but I plan to do some situps around lunch
If you want to do more than 5 pullups I suggest you to have a look at http://www.50pullups.com
There you’ll find different sets depending on how many pullups you can do.
I wish you best of success! Get somes squats done as well.
When you reached the goals you might think about doing contests, as you'd be on a very high level.
Thank you Baldur! That’s actually my plan, I realised the world record in muscle ups is only 26! That can’t be too hard to beat.
22 km cycling
200 sit-ups in 10 minutes (during lunch)
100 sit-ups in 4 minutes (in the evening)
Now focus on dips!
* 25 minutes morning workout and stretching
* 300 dips in 28 minutes, divided over 26 sets (morning)
* 300 sit-ups in 20 minutes (afternoon)
* 324 sit-ups in 16 minutes (evening)
So a total of 624 sit-ups and 300 dips today. I hope I will get some muscle soreness!
220 pushs (2x juarez valleys starting at 10)
Juarez valley squats starting at 50, totalling to 2550 squats.
Walking tomorrow should be fun,
Today is the biceps day.Did some curls.Does anyone know a way which I can increase my biceps strength??
Thank you brother.
Dead lift, heavyish load, high reps. But thats my answer to everything.
Learn from the best.
Day 4 - rest day. Rest days are indeed boring but I have realised I will need at least one per week and train harder the other days.
* 30 min morning exercise
* 1 hour slacklining
Yes, rests are very important.
How have you built up to such a high volume of dips? I can crank out maybe 5 of them. lol
I happen to have a place at home in the kitchen were it is perfect to do dips! This is exactly where our kitchen towels are. So from the habit changer challenge, I started with a new rule which read "After I have used my kitchen towel, I will do five dips.". Suddenly I did 50 dips spread out over the day, every day. I've been doing this for two months now. So in that way I guess I've gotten used to do a bunch of dips
So now I just maxed out: I wanted to do 300 dips in a concentrated amount of time, so I did sets with 8 to 14 reps, every minute until I reached 300. I haven't done this before so I am quite excited to see how it will improve until next time.
I haven't decided yet but today or tomorrow I am going to max out on pull-ups again
Day 5, another rest day:
* 30 min morning workout
* 2 hours of slacklining
Greasing the groove fella. Big believer in this. Get the volume in, crank out the reps, doesnt matter if it takes you 15 minutes or 15 hours, get them done!
Yesterday 1275 prisoner squats and 350 push ups using Juarez valley technique. Even able to throw in some clapping push ups, not been able to do them since my mid 20s.
Tonight aiming 1275 squats, 550 push ups and throw in some burpees.
* 30 min morning exercises
* 200 pull-ups in 35 minutes (morning)
* 159 dips in 20 minutes (morning, directly after the pull-ups)
* 100 pull-ups (evening)
Wow, what a nice workout! Impressive!