Tilting at windmills

Another Good Week. I have added TGUs to my variety days, and am now playing with some more Abs work and Windmills. I’d like to learn to Bent press as a variety exercise, and apparently the best progression for this is Windmills, then Side Press, then Bent Press. So I start with the windmills. It’s great stretching work too, so that isn’t bad.

The windmill stretching reminds me that since doing the kettlebell work, my back doesn’t hurt anymore. When something that used to hurt all the time stops hurting, you sometimes forget, and don’t appreciate it. Being tall my back used to hurt a lot, and it was really easy to pull something and be on the ground in pain for a day. With my abs and glutes developed (mostly from swings) I don’t get that anymore. Nice.

I’m not using my forearm brace anymore for my elbow. After fixing my form on my clean I’m not getting any pain. I get sore after I workout, but with a little ice it goes away, and I get no more pain opening doors and jars. I’m still using my gripped at my desk at work, but at this point I feel like everything is fine. Now I need to not overdo it again.

Week of 1/31/10

Sunday:
    Rest

Monday:
    20KG + 24KG KB See-Saw Press – 7 Minutes
    20KG KB Goblet Squat – 7 Minutes
    24KG KB  Military Press – 7 Minutes
    40# Renegade Rows – 7 minutes

Tuesday:
    24KG  KB Fast Cadence Snatch – 9 minutes
    16KG + 20KG KB Double Viking Push Press – 9 minutes

Wednesday:
    24KG KB TGU – 5 minutes
    35# Full Contact Twist – 4 sets of 5
    25# Plate – Incline Situps – 3 sets of 10
   
Thursday:
    20KG  Military Press – 6 Minutes
    20KG Goblet Squat – 6 minutes
    16KG + 20KG KB See-Saw Press – 6 Minutes
    40# Renegade Rows – 6 minutes

Friday:
    20KG + 16KG KB Double Swing – 7 minutes
    20KG + 24KG KB Double Jerk – 7 minutes

Saturday:
    24KG KB TGU – 3/3
    16KG KB Windmills – 2/2
    KB Pushups – 3 sets of 10