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Wednesday, July 10, 2013

This four legged critter is quite finicky when it comes to his accepted forms of entertainment. 

Give him a new toy and he'll bore of it (or annihilate it) within five minutes. 

Offer him a bully stick and he'll turn his nose up and walk away if he is not in the mood.

Throw a ball for him to fetch and he'll look at you with an expression that can only be interpreted as "I sure as hell hope you don't expect me to get that."

Let him play with an orange traffic cone and he is happy as a clam for hours on end. 

Today's workout:

1.  Warm up

2. Turkish Get-Up Ladder
     - 15 lb kettle bell x 1
     - 25 lb kettle bell x 1
     - 35 lb kettle bell x 1
     - 25 lb kettle bell x 1
     - 15 lb kettle bell x 1 

Turkish Get-Up

3.  Bench Press Ladder (super set with Chest Supported Row with 25 lbs in between each set)
      - Warm up:  Bar x 5
              Row x 12
      - 1st set:  65 lbs x 5
              Row x 12
      - 2nd set: 75 lbs x 5
              Row x 12
      - 3rd set:  85 lbs x 10 (goal was max reps, no more than 10)
              Row x 12
      - 4th set:  75 lbs x 5
               Row x 12
      - 5th set: 65 lbs x 10  (goal was max reps, no more than 10)
               Row x 12

Bench Press

Chest Supported Row
4.  Prowler Challenge
      - Empty Prowler sprint x 100 yards
      - Prowler sprint with 10 lbs x 100 yards
      - Prowler sprint with 20 lbs x 100 yards
      - Prowler sprint with 30 lbs x 100 yards
      - Prowler sprint with 40 lbs x 100 yards

I was not very happy with this challenge.


  1. you are looking so cut now girl!

    1. Thank you Dominique!! I think the running is definitely helping.


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