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    Sometimes we have to work around injuries so we keep active...way to get it done!!
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    Oh man, I am sorry to hear that your ankle is actually messed up. The way you said it in your original post, I didn't think it was a serious injury. Heal up, and sorry to make light of it. I thought it was no big deal.

    Your Panthers played well last night, so you have that going for you.

    Great way to work around your injury and get some good work in anyway.
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    Originally Posted by RT1957 View Post
    Sometimes we have to work around injuries so we keep active...way to get it done!!
    Right you are my friend. And I'm getting used to that for the last month and a half. Hopefully I'm back to regular strength soon.

    Originally Posted by shaneinga View Post
    Oh man, I am sorry to hear that your ankle is actually messed up. The way you said it in your original post, I didn't think it was a serious injury. Heal up, and sorry to make light of it. I thought it was no big deal.

    Your Panthers played well last night, so you have that going for you.

    Great way to work around your injury and get some good work in anyway.
    Thanks brother. Yeah, I think I just hyperextended every ligament in my right foot. It is on the mend though so that's good. Yeah, seeing the boys take the field last night felt damned good. I agree, they did play well. The defense looked good and I was pumped to see McCaffrey playing well. I like that guy a lot. He's dynamic and smart too. Looking forward to seeing how he can help the offense.
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    Oh man, I pop back in to see bum ankle! At least it seems to be mend now. Great job still getting in there and working around it. Injuries suck and unfortunately the older we get a more a part of the game they become.

    I'll be scrolling back through your log some more over the weekend. Can't wait to read what kind of Metcon craziness I have missed over the months.
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    Originally Posted by DocJekyll View Post
    Oh man, I pop back in to see bum ankle! At least it seems to be mend now. Great job still getting in there and working around it. Injuries suck and unfortunately the older we get a more a part of the game they become.

    I'll be scrolling back through your log some more over the weekend. Can't wait to read what kind of Metcon craziness I have missed over the months.
    My friend, it's so good to see you back! I know I've said it 3 times now, but it's worth repeating! Yeah, this last month or so has been straight up terrible for my training. If you want to see some good work, go back to June. We went on vacation the last week of June and I was killing it up until then. After vacation I hurt my knee on the first week back so I haven't done squats/deads in over a month. Right when that started feeling better I got Ebola from my daughter and then injured my ankle last weekend. As of right now, I'm hoping to start doing legs again next week.
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    Originally Posted by Hammerhagen View Post
    Rough streak man, blast out of it and leave the troubles in the rear view!
    That's the plan my friend! Thanks!
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    Paused CGBP
    5(10x135)

    (Superset with) DB Hammer Curls
    10x40 lb

    Landmine Rows
    5(10x45)

    (Superset with) One Arm DB Bench Press, Alternating
    5(10x40 lb)

    Time: 18:25

    Accessory
    4 Rounds:
    8 High Pulls, 95 lbs
    8 Barbell Rollouts
    12 Push-ups on the Barbell

    Time: 7:00

    Conditioning: Metcon
    "20 Pieces of Angie"
    20 Rounds for Time of:
    5 Pull-ups
    5 Push-ups
    5 Sit-ups
    5 Squats

    Time: 17:35

    Comments: Trying to get this one in while my daughter is asleep and my wife is running errands. We shall see...

    CGBP/Hammers: These were tough sets. The pauses really added to the difficulty of the CGBP. The hammers just kept the arms burning. Almost no break between sets.

    Landmines/One-Arm DBBP: Zero rest between these sets. Not too hard. The DB Bench was the toughest. Alternating like that made it really tough.

    Accessory: This was actually pretty tough. Basically your hands never left the barbell and one movement led straight into the next. Definitely sweating now.

    Metcon: This is an old one that I got from the bodyweight metcon pdf that Jaysun sent to me a couple of years ago. It isn't really that bad. The hardest part is definitely moving between stations so often. That was the first time I've done any squats in over a month and I had no pain whatsoever, so that's promising.

    Well, this week is going to be crazy at work. I'm supposed to be leaving early tomorrow morning to go to the final round of the PGA Championship and then have to work in Charlotte for 3 days after that. I may try to get a hotel room metcon in, but probably won't lift until I get home. I'm going to skip squats and deads again this week to give my ankle more time to heal. Hopefully I'll be ready to go in another week. Have a great day folks!
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    WOW, some streak of crap you have had since vaca man. I will certainly go back and take a look at your run leading up to June. Sounds like a good read.

    Rest that ankle. Best advice i can give. Although it looks like you got some decent work in today and painless squatting is certainly a good sign. Were they body weight squats or did you use some weight?

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    Nice work Trent, u made awesome use of nap time with all the sets you got in! Have fun at the PGA!
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    I'm watching the PGA right now....looks like an awesome course!!!....solid work TM....another week of rest should get you ready to put some weight on the bar and squats and pull...
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    Originally Posted by DocJekyll View Post
    WOW, some streak of crap you have had since vaca man. I will certainly go back and take a look at your run leading up to June. Sounds like a good read.

    Rest that ankle. Best advice i can give. Although it looks like you got some decent work in today and painless squatting is certainly a good sign. Were they body weight squats or did you use some weight?

    Enjoy the PGA! That is a great way to spend a Sunday and you'll even get a little cardio in while doing so
    Yes sir. This has been a streak that I would prefer to forget... It's funny. Both injuries happened while doing high-risk activities like, jumping rope and playing golf... It was a heck of a run leading up to vacation though. I never posted my "after" photo as I don't really train for aesthetics, but I was looking fairly ripped (for me).
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    Originally Posted by raynerd View Post
    Nice work Trent, u made awesome use of nap time with all the sets you got in! Have fun at the PGA!
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    I'm watching the PGA right now....looks like an awesome course!!!....solid work TM....another week of rest should get you ready to put some weight on the bar and squats and pull...
    Thanks guys! The course does look good RT. Hopefully it won't be too crowded tomorrow and I don't get that bad of sun burn, etc.
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    Nice job on that huge workout! Hopefully a few days away will give that ankle time to get back to 100%. Have fun at the PGA!
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    Originally Posted by TM79 View Post
    Paused CGBP
    5(10x135)

    (Superset with) DB Hammer Curls
    10x40 lb

    Landmine Rows
    5(10x45)

    (Superset with) One Arm DB Bench Press, Alternating
    5(10x40 lb)

    Time: 18:25

    Accessory
    4 Rounds:
    8 High Pulls, 95 lbs
    8 Barbell Rollouts
    12 Push-ups on the Barbell

    Time: 7:00

    Conditioning: Metcon
    "20 Pieces of Angie"
    20 Rounds for Time of:
    5 Pull-ups
    5 Push-ups
    5 Sit-ups
    5 Squats

    Time: 17:35

    Comments: Trying to get this one in while my daughter is asleep and my wife is running errands. We shall see...

    CGBP/Hammers: These were tough sets. The pauses really added to the difficulty of the CGBP. The hammers just kept the arms burning. Almost no break between sets.

    Landmines/One-Arm DBBP: Zero rest between these sets. Not too hard. The DB Bench was the toughest. Alternating like that made it really tough.

    Accessory: This was actually pretty tough. Basically your hands never left the barbell and one movement led straight into the next. Definitely sweating now.

    Metcon: This is an old one that I got from the bodyweight metcon pdf that Jaysun sent to me a couple of years ago. It isn't really that bad. The hardest part is definitely moving between stations so often. That was the first time I've done any squats in over a month and I had no pain whatsoever, so that's promising.

    Well, this week is going to be crazy at work. I'm supposed to be leaving early tomorrow morning to go to the final round of the PGA Championship and then have to work in Charlotte for 3 days after that. I may try to get a hotel room metcon in, but probably won't lift until I get home. I'm going to skip squats and deads again this week to give my ankle more time to heal. Hopefully I'll be ready to go in another week. Have a great day folks!
    Very creative workout. Like it. Have fun at the PGA. Take care of the ankle. Better to take a couple of weeks now and avoid a couple of months. Oh, and watch your step out there on the golf course! 😁
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    Ankle doesnt seem to be slowing you down any. We drove through your neck of the woods on our way to mrytle beach. Thought about stopping for a metcon
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    Good job on working around the injury Trent! Strong 10 rep sets on the CGBP and hard work with the 4 x 8 high pulls. Love the metcon ... 20 rounds of 20
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    Nice job on that huge workout! Hopefully a few days away will give that ankle time to get back to 100%. Have fun at the PGA!
    Thanks Ham!

    Originally Posted by JaySun71 View Post
    Very creative workout. Like it. Have fun at the PGA. Take care of the ankle. Better to take a couple of weeks now and avoid a couple of months. Oh, and watch your step out there on the golf course!
    Thanks man. This one reminded me of one that Shawn (raynerd) or Greg (Ptreyes) would do. Lots of supersets. I'll definitely watch my step!

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    Ankle doesnt seem to be slowing you down any. We drove through your neck of the woods on our way to mrytle beach. Thought about stopping for a metcon
    Nice, man! That's where we used to vacation when I was growing up. Lots of great memories... You should have stopped in and gotten your sweat on!

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    Good job on working around the injury Trent! Strong 10 rep sets on the CGBP and hard work with the 4 x 8 high pulls. Love the metcon ... 20 rounds of 20
    Thanks Andrew! Yeah, I've been digging the 5x10 or 8. Definitely challenging. The metcon was fun too.
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    Originally Posted by thehobbes View Post
    Nice job on that huge workout! Hopefully a few days away will give that ankle time to get back to 100%. Have fun at the PGA!
    Thanks Ham!

    Originally Posted by JaySun71 View Post
    Very creative workout. Like it. Have fun at the PGA. Take care of the ankle. Better to take a couple of weeks now and avoid a couple of months. Oh, and watch your step out there on the golf course! 😁
    Thanks man. This one reminded me of one that Shawn (raynerd) or Greg (Ptreyes) would do. Lots of supersets. I'll definitely watch my step!

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    Ankle doesnt seem to be slowing you down any. We drove through your neck of the woods on our way to mrytle beach. Thought about stopping for a metcon
    Nice, man! That's where we used to vacation when I was growing up. Lots of great memories... You should have stopped in and gotten your sweat on!

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    Good job on working around the injury Trent! Strong 10 rep sets on the CGBP and hard work with the 4 x 8 high pulls. Love the metcon ... 20 rounds of 20
    Thanks Andrew! Yeah, I've been digging the 5x10 or 8. Definitely challenging. The metcon was fun too.
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    Dumbbell Military Press
    5(8x50 lb)

    (Superset with) Dumbbell Curls
    5(8x35 lb)

    (Superset with) Ab Ball Crunches
    5x20

    Time: 10:00

    Strict Pull-ups
    5(8xBW)

    (Superset with) Diamond Push-ups
    5(8xBW)

    Time: 3:35

    Comments: In the hotel for this one. I'm pretty beat too from three very long and hot days. The golf tournament was fun, but it was a long day with several miles of walking in the heat and several beers alternated with bottle of water. One of the guys we went with ended up in the hospital due to heat-related illness. That wasn't the ideal lead up to two long days of hard labor in the heat...

    DB Military Press/Curls/Ball Crunches: This was a good superset. The hotel fitness room was slammed so it was good to get that done so quickly and get out of there.

    Pull-ups/Diamond Push-ups: Did these on my doorway pull-up bar and push-ups on the floor. My arms were already smoked from the last two days and the quick beating in the fitness room. Still plowed through and got 'em done.

    I pretty much mixed my accessory work in with the heavy sets and just stepped on the gas. I've done lots of manual labor at work the last two days. We were building studded walls out on the top floor of the parking garage and then lifting them up and over onto the terrace. Not to mention carrying all of that equipment up and down the steps. OK, time to jump in the shower and go meet a client for dinner. I'll catch up in everyone's journals soon.
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    Good work doing it in the hotel....sorry to hear about your friend getting sick....the humidity can really take the fluids out of the body fast....enjoy dinner
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    Yikes, sorry to hear about the way your trip to PGA ended. Hopefully he is doing much better.

    Nice to see you still getting it done in the hotel. I have always been amazed by you ability to workout after "working out" all day. Blows my mind. Hopefully theres a big steak on the menu.
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    Good work doing it in the hotel....sorry to hear about your friend getting sick....the humidity can really take the fluids out of the body fast....enjoy dinner
    Thanks RT. Yeah, we walked up a flight of steps and he just sat down in a chair and said, "I'll catch up with y'all in a minute." That's not something you usually hear from a thirty year old... The other two guys didn't think much of it, but I went back and brought him a few bottles of water. Then myself and one of the staff members took him to the medical trailer and got him checked out. He downed some water and Gatorade and I think they gave him an IV. After that he was good for the rest of the day, but ended up going to the hospital that night. I'm assuming he is doing OK now. I don't know him that well so I haven't really heard. The heat can be downright dangerous if you aren't acclimated to it.

    Originally Posted by DocJekyll View Post
    Yikes, sorry to hear about the way your trip to PGA ended. Hopefully he is doing much better.

    Nice to see you still getting it done in the hotel. I have always been amazed by you ability to workout after "working out" all day. Blows my mind. Hopefully theres a big steak on the menu.
    Thanks Chris. These last two days were fairly rough, but not so taxing that I couldn't workout this afternoon. Plus I got a rare nap in before the workout, so that helped. What we do is more general labor sort've work, so it is taxing, but it isn't usually intense work all day long. That makes it a little easier to recover from.
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    not really old 37 is the new 27 if you keep in shape. Im 35 but i have looked older in my 20's befor the workout. but keep up the good work
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    not really old 37 is the new 27 if you keep in shape. Im 35 but i have looked older in my 20's befor the workout. but keep up the good work
    Ha ha, sometimes I feel like I'm 20. Sometimes I feel like I'm 70. It's a day-to-day thing. Thanks for stopping in.
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    Holy crap TM, I step out of town for a week and you go off a cliff. You have had a hard go.

    Anyway glad to see you are keeping a stiff upper lip and finding a way to get work done in the gym, while still finding some fun.

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    Great looking hotel session yesterday Trent, sound like a busy last few days. Hope your bro feels better!
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    Good looking hotel crush Trent. Diamond push ups will definitely smoke the triceps.

    Sucks about the guy ending up in the hospital. Outdoors, beers, and heat can easily put you in bad spot if you don't drink plenty of water with it.
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