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TRAINING/NUTRITION BLOG: 07/10/14

TRAINING:

5PM-

16 TAEKWON-DO HYUNGS

WEIGHTED CHINS 10X2 

I haven't done these in a long time. I used to make them a staple. I used to do sets and reps with an added 70lbs with no problem at all and singles with 88lbs and even an added 106llbs at one point. Talk about a shock when I strapped on a 44lb bell for starters and it felt really hard! I kept my sets there and even backed off to the 35lb bell for my last two sets, because I knew I would feel them. Will keep working these to build them back up. These are a great martial art assistance exercise and I'm ashamed to have let these go so bad. 

I am counting these on a 1:5 ratio for challenge reps, as I would advise anyone else to do if they are dong weighted pullups, or heavily weighted squats. 

NUTRITION:

8am-

1 tbsp MCT oil

handful of jerky

handful of raw almonds

fish oil

vitamin D

130pm-

Got stuck eating out for lunch. 

Went to a local wing restaurant that is actually pretty paleo-friendly and does not bread or fry their chicken wings, and also only serves cage-free, hormone free chicken. Had a bunch of wings with almost zero sauce and some raw vegetables. Drank only water. 

4pm-

300mg caffeine/green tea

7pm-

3 BCAA caps

945pm-

1 tbsp MCT oil

about a 1lb double bison burger on a portabello mushroom cap

(Locally raised bison from Brown's Buffalo Ranch. We went straight to their shop in Nampa and got a bunch yesterday). 

huge bunch of steamed broccoli with butter and lemon

fish oil

vitamin D

11pm-

Zn, Mg, B6

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