I said this on Friday at our premeet.
You only have one chance to race your best race at a meet. There is no extra warm up. So make sure you are ready for your best race.
1 2218 hours ago
OFF SEASON UPDATE
Hovering at around 98kg at the minute. The goal is to keep pushing weights up in the gym, while maintaining my weight and improving body composition.
Aiming to keep progressing into the new year, with the view of starting to dial things in for prep come Feb/March.
Season B 2019 I’m coming 👀 🔜
What’s one way to make your warm up better? SPECIFIC DRILLS FOR YOUR BODY! 🏃🏻♂️ Not everyone is having the same aches and pains prior to a training session or meet so no warm up should be exactly the same!
Full video is on YouTube🎞, link in bio 📍
3 494 days ago
Did you play sports?
When I wasn’t playing volleyball, I spent my high school days on the track. And I still visit at least a few times a month to do sprints, or jump a few hurdles. My other event was the triple jump. I was the champ! 🤣 It’s a weird event. Ever heard of it? Look it up and be amused 😊
What were your sports? Still play?
New strength block starting this week, time to build some strength on the main compounds. Tonight’s sessions called for:
➡️Squat 145kg 5x3
➡️Bench 97.5kg 5x3
➡️Deadlift 207.5kg 5x3
This is only starting point, let’s see where I am in 6-8 weeks 🤔
Friday morning muddy track workout views 😍 Track workouts beat up my legs so taking the extra effort for recovery is crucial! I always have a recovery shake with NutraOne BCAAs from @totalnutrition_sacramento afterward! Then I'll hit a hot yoga class tonight and should be good as new for the weekend 😁
I couldn’t help being a bit nostalgic as I did a track workout the other day in my hometown. I used to practice for lacrosse on this track back in high school (10 years ago 🙈) and while I was out running, I saw a few kids on the fields practicing their shooting skills just like I used to do. I can’t tell you how many hours I spent, or how much blood and sweat I’ve poured into this track and field. Needless to say, I got the chills quite a few times on this run!
Put the final workout of this strength block into my tracker
I record my workouts in notes and then put them into my tracker
A lot of green in there meaning I either progressed in weight or reps on a weight
One red as dropped a rep on my incline press today😢
Not one session missed👍
Looking forward to reducing volume for a week and ready to hit it hard again after that
I have got into the habit of tracking everything
My take on it is if I track it then I can manage it .
👉 MyFitnessPal is what I use for tracking my calories and macros. This is effective and useful for flexible eating and enjoying the foods I like. Also helps plan and manage social events .
👉 Fitbit is what I use for tracking my steps and also I have the Fitbit scales for weight. This allows me to track my activity over a day/week
👉 Notes/Excel - I track my workouts through notes and then input them in my excel spreadsheet. This helps me track my progression in the gym
I also use other tools like progress picture and measurements
All of these are important to track because if I’m not progressing as I would like then it is easier to make adjustments and understand what works for what my goal is. .
It is easy once you find your way and get into the habit
Take it outside at least once a week. 🌴💪🏼👏🏼 Here is a full outside booty #workout with resistance bands. .
I love running too 🏃🏻♀️, for me, running track with weekly training is the only way to get rid of cellulite 🤷🏻♀️.
⚡️I am aware that my form is not the best on the 1st exercise; but, I am getting stronger by the day 💪🏼💁🏻♀️ give me a couple of weeks and see how I do these without any issues 🙄. #PerfectingMyCraft
Song: Taste by OffSet and Tyga ☺️⚡️👏🏼