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TRAINING/NUTRITION BLOG: 08/26/14

TRAINING:

1030AM-

10 MINUTES OF HINDU PUSHUPS. 5-6 CONTROLLED REPS AT THE TOP OF EVERY MINUTE FOR 10 MINUTES, ABOUT EQUAL WORK/REST.

SEESAW PRESSES: 10X6 WITH 24KG, ABOUT 50/50 WORK:REST INTERVAL

9 MINUTES OF BAR DIPS

SETS AT THE TOP OF THE MINUTE: 5X12, 4X10 CONTROLLED REPS

5 MINUTES OF CRUSH CURLS. 8 STRICT AND CONTROLLED REPS AT THE TOP OF EACH MINUTE FOR 5 MINUTES. EQUAL WORK:REST RATIO

This was essentially a bodybuilding workout. I found myself laughing about it. Soreness in the chest and triceps started to set in about 6 hours later. Had to do some kind of "push" to even out the volume deadlifts from the day before Normally I would have done some pressing on that day. I knew this would work things, but not leave me too fatigued.

5PM-

17 TAEKWON-DO HYUNGS

NUTRITION:

7am-

green tea

1 tbsp coconut oil

3 BCAA caps

930am-

1 scoop GAT Nitraflex

1230pm-

One of Katie Ford's yummy paleo friendly bars, made with coconut oil, almond butter, egg protein and some honey (I think I have those ingredients right). Obviously high in sugar, but fine for after a workout, when there is a second session planned for the day. 

about 8oz of sliced roast beef, turkey, and ham with a little cheese and hot mustard.

handful of raw almonds

fish oil

5000iu vitamin D

4pm-

caffeine/green tea

7pm-

3 BCAA caps

10pm-

1 tbsp coconut oil

about 1lb of grilled flatiron steak 

red wine

2 ears of sweet corn (Modern sweet corn. Not paleo.

But when the neighbor brings several ears - harvested only minutes before, from fields within eyesight - it is (or should be) acceptable to even the most stringent paleo adherent.)

fish oil

Overall, today's nutrition would get about a 'C' grade. The corn is obviously a cheat, even though the starch is fine for me with the volume of training. Remember that corn is a grain, and as such contains phytates that are anti-nutrients. This and the wine and the sliced (basically lunchmeat) and cheese for lunch really wasn't the cleanest eating. 

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