Chest Day Workout, BYOS (Bring Your Own Sunshine) & More Random Acts of Fitness
Frying Those Legs On Fri-Leg-Day and Recovery Day

Step by Step, Ooh, Baby Gonna Get Those Gains Progressive Overload Back and Bicep Day

Wednesday is here which means tomorrow is a Recovery Day and then I'm off on Friday and Saturday.  Before that I had to get up and get to the gym for Back and Biceps Day.  Back and Bicep Day has the Tried and True, Boring But Steady, Progress Not Perfection Routine.  Step By Step, Movement By Movement I've gradually increased weight and continue on that path. Nothing fancy about it just a good workout.

5 min Walking
Asst Widegrip Pull Up 1 2 3 4
Seated Curlbar Preacher Curl 1 2 3 4
Cable Lat Pulldown 1 2 3 4 5
Standing Cable Hammer Curl 1 2 3 4 (Increased By 10lbs)
Seated Cable Row 1 2 3 4

I ended it there as I need to be a work a bit earlier today.  I have someone filling in at one of my centers from another center and want to stop by to make sure they are okay before I head to an event.  Tomorrow I'm opening so I'm taking it as a Recovery Day.  I was hoping that this would be my last opening for a while but that isn't the case.  Friday I'm off and going to make it a Leg Day.  

Random Acts of Fitness - My centers have Walk Away The Pounds today so that is something.  Of course we have Pickleball players too so that counts.  Knowing that I'm helping others move through life and sport keeps me motivated on the days I work extra hours or do things I may not like.  Let's face it every job has things we may not like but we got to do them.  Having my mission statement of "Helping Others Move in Life and Sport" helps me move through the bad stuff by embracing the good we do.  


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