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  • #105044
    samjackson
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    070319 D1L1 26X 353 cals AvgHR 160 BPM MaxHR 190 BPM

    #107105
    imported_Admin
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    Nice work!

    #107106
    samjackson
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    070321 D2L1 2:55 155 Cal MaxHR151 BPM

    This was too easy. I will finish the level one workouts and move to level 3 next week. I moved from the number 5 resistance band to the number 3. Looking foward to doing without them altogether. Need to lose about 40 to 50 lbs.

    #107107
    imported_Admin
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    Great Job!

    #107108
    samjackson
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    24Mar2007 L1D3 3:40 55 Cal MaxHR162

    Used #4 & 5 band for the pull ups, which given the time, was definately cheating. Level 2 next week with smaller bands.

    #107109
    samjackson
    Participant

    26March2007 L2D1 30 Rounds 405 cals maxHR 185 avgHR 171 bpm

    used #3 woody band for pull ups

    #107110
    imported_Admin
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    Level 24u!

    #107111
    samjackson
    Participant

    L2D2 28Mar2007 I didn’t where my heart rate monitor for this one and didn’t exactly time myself, but it took aproximately 45-50 second to complete each round with timed 3 minute rest periods. So I put myself down for 4min 10sec using number 3 woody band to assist my pull-ups.

    #107112
    samjackson
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    31Mar2007 D3L3 13:40 158 cals, maxBPM 174 avgBPM 124

    pull-ups were assisted w/ #3 woody band

    #107113
    imported_Admin
    Participant

    Great work Jack!

    #107114
    samjackson
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    2APR2007 L3D1 24 rounds 356 cals MaxHR 174 Avg HR 158

    had to use the #4 woody band for the pull-ups. I was doing intermittent pull-ups and ring push-ups throughout the day yesterday otherwise I think I could have used the #3 band.

    #107115
    samjackson
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    4Apr2007 L3D2 5:15 211cals MaxHR 163 AvgHR 127

    Did these with jumping pull-ups. Next time I’ll lenthen the negative part of the pull-up.

    #107116
    Brandon
    Participant

    I think the best part of watching your progress is the rapid return on heartrate. Have you considered tracking your resting HR when you wake in the morn? I’ve read in several places that a rise in this a great indicator of when you need to take a break.

    #107117
    samjackson
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    7April2007 L3D3 14:21 118 cals MaxHR175 AvgHR 108 was winded at the end of the squats

    #107118
    imported_Admin
    Participant

    nice work man!

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