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07-23-2009, 12:43 PM
 
6 on 1 off workout

Week 1: Wednesday, Thursday

Skipped the Furey Bridge on Tuesday. Paid for it on Wednesday? Read on.


Wednesday
TIVI: a few reps

Pushups: 82 Tiger Stretch
Had to use several Whacky Baby Tips to hit 82 today. I was just noticing recently of what may or may not be a coincidence. Don't do the Furey Back Bridge the day before: don't hit the week's goal on pushup reps the next day. So I did the Furey Bridge today. Will write what happens tomorrow.

Squats: 100 Tiger Bend done on a ledge.
This really increases the effort needed to finish out a 100 set. Can hear myself saying, "When are these going to end?"

Back Bridge: 180 count.

Pyramid Pullups:
1, 2, 3, 4, 3, 2, 1



Thursday:

TIVI: a few reps

Pushups: 82 Tiger Stretch.
No pauses. Thought I might have jumped 10 in the count so I threw in another 10 to 92. I think I did skip: went from 42 to 62? If not, it was 92 today. But I think I skipped 10.

Squats: 150 in 2 sets
100 Tiger Bend done on the edge of a rock next to a raging creek. If I fall over backwards, I might drown. I'm still here.

50 Great Gama Jump Squats.
I usually say that the jumpers are about 3 - 4 times harder than the regular Tiger Bend. But compared to doing squats on a ledge. I would say that squat for squat doing Tiger Bend squats on a ledge are tougher than doing jumpers.

Back Bridge: 180 count

Worked in the PYTP chest routines.

Pyramid pullups:
1, 2, 3, 4, 3, 2, 1


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07-24-2009, 04:27 PM
 
6 on 1 off Workout: week 1

Friday:

TIVI: a few reps

Pushups: 82 Tiger Stretch in 1 set with a micro pause.
Maybe 1/8 of a second. Anyway, good enough at about 72 to help me hit 82.

Squats: 100 Tiger Bend on a ledge.

Back Furey Bridge: 180 count
Going to try not to skip this one. Seems to be more to this exercise than meets the eye.
One suggestion I remember Furey hinting about is to breathe from the neck area when doing these. Just occurred to me that the area behind the neck is one of the key areas the Chinese work to free up the Energy Flow. Doing the Furey Bridge and concentrating the breathing on this area during the exercise may be more than just a good Furey tip. It would appear that doing the exercise in this way and concentrating on the breathing in this crucial area brings benefits to the overall workout.



Pyramid Pullups:
1, 2, 3, 4, 3, 2, 1
Started to feel the strength and more confidence on these. Starting to attack them instead of letting them pull me down. Should go to 5 next week for the top of the pyramid.

And that's it for today.

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10-18-2009, 08:52 PM
 
Hey Hank, where are you?

What happened???

Hope you didn't meet any bears on one of your wild wilderness workouts.

Or fall of any ledges on the edge of a rock next to a raging creek or something...

Anyways, it was a good thread, "Hybrid Royal Old Cout Workout"

By the way, is that a picture of a knee in your avatar???

WB

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