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Re: Slacke's Log

Postby Slacke » Thu Oct 28, 2010 6:46 am

L4, D1: 29 rounds

New personal record feels good! But oh boy those last rounds weren't pretty... I did get up there somehow atleast though =)
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Re: Slacke's Log

Postby Ruli » Thu Oct 28, 2010 10:36 am

great stuff slacke, wish i was there already. i'm struggling a bit a bit with L4.
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Re: Slacke's Log

Postby Slacke » Mon Nov 01, 2010 5:56 am

L4, D2: 3:54

Thanks Ruli. My numbers on day one are a bit inflated though since I alternate doing chin ups every other round,
wouldn't get that many sets in if I only did pull ups.
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Re: Slacke's Log

Postby Slacke » Tue Nov 02, 2010 6:09 am

L4, D3: 5:32

Maybe it was a bit too much trying to do days two and three on consequtive days, felt quite good after yesterday though.
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Re: Slacke's Log

Postby Slacke » Thu Nov 04, 2010 8:48 am

L4, D1: 30 rounds today!

Another step up. Paced myself a bit from the start this time and/but almost felt that I could've squeezed in another round or two if I'd hade the time.
Just waiting for this progress to show up on day 3...
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Re: Slacke's Log

Postby Slacke » Sat Nov 06, 2010 8:47 am

L4, D2: 3:55

Not much difference from the last few weeks, day 2 almost feels like a rest day compared to the other two.
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Re: Slacke's Log

Postby Slacke » Mon Nov 08, 2010 7:19 am

L4, D3: 5:45 !!!

I'm getting progress on days one and two but I just can't translate that into day three for some reason, starting to get a little frustrating...
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Re: Slacke's Log

Postby Slacke » Thu Nov 11, 2010 10:29 am

L2, D1: 44 rounds

Decided to try an actual working 'rest week' instead of the forced sick break weeks I've had earlier and went down to level two.
44 rounds is quite a step up from the 31 rounds I did my first time on level two, sure didn't feel much like rest though... =)

L2, D2: 3:37

L3, D3: ?
Left to my own devices with the web page down I just did a small set of 10+20+20 and didnt bother timing.
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Re: Slacke's Log

Postby Slacke » Thu Nov 18, 2010 9:30 am

L4, D1: 32 rounds!

New record again this week, feels great! Also sore, but great! =)
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Re: Slacke's Log

Postby Slacke » Tue Nov 23, 2010 4:43 am

L4, D3: 5:10

Had a bit of a stiff back this weekend so skipped day 2.
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Re: Slacke's Log

Postby Slacke » Thu Nov 25, 2010 7:53 am

L4, D1: 31 rounds

L4, D2: 4:02

L4, D3: 5:03

Oh man that was close!
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Re: Slacke's Log

Postby Slacke » Thu Dec 02, 2010 7:35 am

L4, D1: 32 rounds

L4, D2: 3:51
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Re: Slacke's Log

Postby Slacke » Mon Jan 24, 2011 8:41 pm

L4, D1: 27 rounds

After a holiday break and some trouble with my wrist I'm finally back on track(hopefully). Feels like I've lost alot though. =(

L4, D2: 4:08

L4, D3: 6:26
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Re: Slacke's Log

Postby cheapo » Mon Jan 24, 2011 10:40 pm

Slacke wrote:Feels like I've lost alot though. =(


Nobody likes that feeling.
Fortunately, it is short lived!
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Re: Slacke's Log

Postby 3rdwoozie » Tue Jan 25, 2011 2:33 am

On my first day of each level. I try for consistancy and steady pace. If I tried to burn right through it from the start, I could not finish the time limit. On each "first day" of that level, have someone keep track of how many sets you do for each 5 minute segments. Not stopping the clock, but see how consistant you are throughout the (4 segments) 20 minutes.
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