Monday I did my second Sand Bag workout, and then a yoga class and an hour and half of Brazilian Jiujitsu.
Tuesday I was certainly feeling the effects of the day before. And then did a restorative yoga class and an hour and half of Brazilian Jiujitsu.
Wednesday I had planned on a repeat of Monday.
There was no way that was happening.
So I figured I'd get my body a break and just do a restorative yoga class and an hour and half of Brazilian Jiujitsu.
Around an hour before class, I realized that I shouldn't do the jiujitsu. I thought about skipping the yoga as well, but Skye was going to the class and an easy yoga class was just what I needed on this now "rest" day.
So glad I made the decision.
Keep It Sweet and Simple.....I'm not so good at that. I almost always complicate things by adding a little bit more, by trying to push myself to the edge. This time around, I am really trying to not do that. I plan to stick with this work out and follow it to the letter. So far so good. I'm still figuring out the appropriate weights on a couple of the exercises, but for the most part, I've found a good level and now am progressing in a slow, moderated, reasonable manner. Sometimes adding a single rep or even just maintaining from the previous workout.
I was still a little sore on this Thursday morning, but I managed to churn out a really good sand bag routine.
And I still have enough energy to get out to a restorative yoga class and an hour and half of Brazilian Jiujitsu.
Sandbag Clean and Press- 60 lbs 11 reps
Squat with Sandbag on Shoulder - 90 lbs.12 reps on each side
Sandbag Deadlift and Shoulder Shrug- 90 lbs 14 reps
Sandbag Curl- 50 lbs.10 reps
Push up with sandbag on your back - 20 lbs 12 reps
Squat with sandbag held at arm's length overhead-20 lbs 20 reps
Good morning exercise with sandbag on shoulders- 60 lbs. 14 reps
Sandbag upright row- 30 lbs. 20 reps
Front Raise with sandbag - 50 lbs. 14 reps
Sit-ups (no weight)- 30 reps
Side Bends with light sandbag on shoulders - 20 lbs. 40 reps each side
Wrestler's bridge- 50 seconds