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Old 07-24-2008, 11:39 AM   #21
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yeah. make sure you take care of that dave. trying getting a couple massages to. that should help out
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Old 07-24-2008, 12:49 PM   #22
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My back is felling very weird. I don't know what I did but it only hurts a specific angles, i.e., I cant' do any twisting movements like windmills. I'll be working on more stretching to losen it up and see what happens.
I'm having a similar problem, it seems to tighten up randomly on me. Stay well dave, i hope the stretching helps.
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Old 07-24-2008, 04:58 PM   #23
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Yoga should be a great help.
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Old 07-28-2008, 11:34 AM   #24
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man i want to get into yoga. it looks really good. i luv that stretching stuff
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Well I saw the doctor the other day, my future sister-in-law is graduating med. school, and said that I over worked my lower back and that it's very tight and neads to be stretched more and rested. So, I've been resting and I'm going to do very light weight and cardio and try to get some yoga stretches in there to help out.
Right now it's still tight so I'm taking today off and will work out on Tuesday, very light KB work.

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Well. I went to Submission wrestling the other day for about an hour and my back handled it pretty well. The tightness in my back wasn't as bad and drilling a little bit helped loosen it up a lot. Didn't get a chance to spar since I wanted to baby my back a little just so I didn't re-injure myself by accident. I'm going to go running today and maybe some KBs, we'll see.
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good luck with your back. that shit sucks
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Thanks man. I'm going to stick with KB work for a couple of weeks, just to get my core a little stronger and flexable.
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Old 08-05-2008, 06:14 AM   #29
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Monday's Workout

BB Burpee Clean and Press: 2 sets of 10 @ 135, 3 sets of 10 @ 95
1 minute rest between sets.
Dips: 3x8 @ body+45
KB Halos: 2x10 @ 24lbs.

Core:
Crunches 4x20
Leg lifts 3x15
Side to side crunches 3x15 @ 12lbs.
KB Windmills 3x8 @ 24lbs.

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This is what the Burpee Clean looks like. I just added a press movement at the end.
*edit* I found this clip on youtube incase anybody wanted to know what I am talking about.

I know I said I would do more KB work but when I went to the gym the aerobics room was in use and that is where the KBs are stored. So I did another cardio workout and like always, I think I can start where I left off after being hurt. At the second set I realized I was not going to be able to do 135 at the cardio pace I wanted to so I dropped it down and really worked on keeping the form and heart rate up. After I was done the room opened up and I finished with some core work. My shoulders are feeling it today and it feels great to get back into it.

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Looking good Dave, bangin out the burpees dude.

Nice garage btw, I'm diggin the kegs in the back ahhaha.
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