Saigon Slick wrote: - Sit at roughly 12.5-13 stone - Improve diet - Incorporate regular weight and cardio training throughout the year - Begin running 5/10ks in April and onwards - Glasgow half marathon in October
Rocsteady wrote:Much of my fitness goals are going to be dependent on whether I spend months living on the road again. If so, maintaining roughly where I am now will be enough.
If I settle somewhere after February I want to add another 8 pounds of muscle to bring my weight up to 13.4 stone, get my deadlift back above 200kg and hold it there, maybe try push for about 220x6. Keep cracking out the HIIT four times a week.
Mini E wrote:My 2016 goals:
- Successfully complete the Reading Half Marathon, Great South Run, and Bournemouth Half Marathon - Keep my diet as on point as it was for most of 2015. - Get body mass down to around 75-76kg. Less fussed about this one because anything below 83kg or so is fine - it's just about what the mass consists of... - Get my 10k time down below 50 minutes. Best is currently 50:51 so this should be do-able. - Get my resistance stuff noticeably better than it is now (which won't be hard. I used to be strong but only because there was so much fat behind my movements) - Get my waist size to a comfortable 30". Currently a 32". Was a 36". - Stop drinking as much wine.... December especially was extremely stressful and white wine seems to have become my coping mechanism.
Oblomov Boblomov wrote:My goal is to have done a lot of sparring by this time next year and to generally be doing a lot more boxing training, but I also want to keep up a decent level of strength.
Leftover Falsey Sandwich wrote:- Get hench
blackoutHERO wrote:- 260 deadlift again - 180 squat for reps - don't get fat
blackoutHERO wrote:Gonna be more specific with my goals and go for month to month before I go travelling in Europe during the summer. Format is 1RM (ish) squat/bench/deadlift so I currently sit at about 150/100/210
February 1st: 155/102.5/220
March 1st: 160/105/225
April 1st: 165/107.5/230
May 1st: 170/110/235
June 1st: 175/112.5/240
July 1st: 180/115/245
Tinsel's not a guarantee wrote:-Body weight below 80kg -Waist 32" -45 min 10k -Beat my previous times in 10k's that I do with my family (assuming they don't change the routes) -Deadliftt 1.5x bodyweight -Bench bodyweight -Squat bodywight -10 sets of 5 slow and controlled pull ups and chin ups with no assistance
I'm trying to convince a friend to compete against me at a bleep test in 6 months time, so if I can: kick his arse at it.
*<]:^D wrote:- fix my shoulder :'(
220kg deadlift 100kg bench for reps Be able to do a muscle up with good form.
Cuban Pete wrote:2016:
Get knee fixed. Get back running. Get back in shape.
Currently sitting at 102kg, put 5kg on in last few months. Not all muscle either *sad face*
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My current routine is push/pull. Doing both strength (5x5) and size (3x12) days.
Push: Squat Bench OHP Dips Calves (GVT)
Pull: Deadlift Rows Lat pull downs Curls
Also attempting to add some HIIT when possible. Makign steady progress on the lifts at the moment, trying to gain some weight so eating more, but trying to make sure it isn't junk. Gained 2kg so far. Don't have any progress pics though.
I forgot to post, weighed and measured in on Saturday.
In exactly 30 days I have:
Gained 2 inches on my chest 1 inch on my arms 1.5 inches on the legs 0.5 inches off my waist
Weight is holding at 73.7, peak is 74.
Pleased. I want to lean off a little though, trim some bodyfat away. I can see some muscles trying to show but have a little too much surface fat to see them.
Was talking to someone at work about cycling for my cardio, and he said he regularly goes to some really good mountain trails in Wales and I can join him. Reminded me we have a ride to work scheme where you can essentially get a couple of grands worth of bike at a massive discount and have it dripped out of your wage. Might get on that.
Fitness is pretty much the only thing keeping me going at the moment, although my appetite is non-existant so Im essentially just force feeding myself to not lose any weight.
Just hit a new PB 1 RM dead. 115. Over the strawberry floating moon. Me and trainer both thought after that I had a 120 as 115 went smooth, but as Id just done 105, 110 & 115 we didnt want to push it. Next week we are going for 120 and then going to bang out sets of 100x5 which was my next personal goal.
I also have some gooseberry fool progress pics. They are gooseberry fool but its the best I can do right now. I should also clarify I dont think Im in any way impressive or bragging, but Im pleased with how far Ive come.
I stumbled upon the before picture the other day when I was sorting some folders out, and found it pretty shocking. At the time I remember reading about Christian Bale in The Machinist and how he was 55/56kg and looked like he was dying - I was a couple of kg below him but I didnt think I looked that bad. I can see now that I was strawberry floating dying, and it coincides with some of the shittest times in my life.
The now pic is over 4.5st(!) weight difference.
Im having people actually come up to me and tell me that Im looking healthy and that I seem to be growing out, which is good.
Don't really have much to contribute right now as my comparison pics would be rather underwhelming using current shots and my routine's an ad-hoc mess I wouldn't recommend any copy due to my wrists. Plus my diet's always bizarre for you normo's as it's tailored for a crohn's sufferer. Will get plenty added up in time mind.
Anybody here use suspension/TRX trainers? I'm tempted to get some to use in my garage. I don't really want to be 'big' but I need to be stronger and leaner. They seem to be pretty well thought of for generic upper body stuff. Thoughts?