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Re: Wolf's training log (Hoss, this is gonna get rough)
« Reply #60 on: November 17, 2010, 11:11:40 AM »
   Yea, they are about the most disgusting thing you can eat. I do a lot of survival training, so I usually end up eating stuff other people would never think is food. your would be surprised what you could eat that's actually good for you but you would never consider eating. Once got dared to eat a praying mantis, one word of advice, always tear off the head and pinchers otherwise its a rough ride down haha.
   The conditioning is nothing, it's hard at first but after a while you just learn not to care, its a means to an end. It's gonna burn, it's gonna hurt, your gonna be tired, it's gonna suck no way around it, just "embrace the suck". Running, just like calathenics, is a mental game. When your mind tells you your to tired, your to hot, your running to fast, you just tell your mind to shut the heck up. The human body can take just about anything, it's the mind that is weak. Control the mind, and you control the body. Don't set limits, that only limits your potential, I've seen a 180lbs man out lift 300lbs+ strongman, heck they go to him to train with, I train with him also. The first day I went he toke me outside to these tires and said "here, flip this 550lbs tire to the other side of the parking lot" I didn't know how I was gonna get that thing flipped. Now, I weigh between 137-140, I can flip that thing across the parking lot and back all day. I got a little saying I live by, it's taught me a ton:
   "When your hope's gone, when you have nothing left, not one ounce of strength, not one ounce of energy. When there's no chance of winning, when no one would blame you for just laying down and dieing, when you don't "have to" keep going, that's when you find out who you are."

And also "That that doesn't kill you, only makes your harder". Oh and the word with the peanut butter, its made with no hydrogenated oils I'm told that's good, and makes it taste better or something. I guess the slugs are made with a lot of hydogenated  oils. I'll post my workout later when I get done with it, gonna be kinda a light day.

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Re: Wolf's training log (Hoss, this is gonna get rough)
« Reply #61 on: November 17, 2010, 07:24:24 PM »
3 sets of 100 set ups
ruck hike with a 45lbs pack for several hours, not sure how many miles, tons of hills though
10 crunch's
10 twist up's
10 push through's
10 left side crunch's
10 right side crunch's
10 up and twist's
10 leg raise's
10 leg tucks
10 90 degree ankle touch
10 right crossover crunch
10 left crossover crunch
10kick ups
10 head raises
10 scissors
10 left crossover twist
10 right crossover twist
10 head leg crunch's
10 alternating shoulder lifts
10 180 degree ankle touch's
10 side bends
10 alternate leg tucks
10 alternating push through's
3 sets of 15 hanging leg raises
 Light day, nothing heavy. Tomorrow I'll go heavy.

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Re: Wolf's training log (Hoss, this is gonna get rough)
« Reply #62 on: November 18, 2010, 08:01:20 PM »
5 snatches on each arm at 25lbs, 3 rounds for warm up
Log training: 5 rounds
log press with partner, 30lbs log (we need a heavier one. This one, along with everything else, made for a good workout though) 8 reps each side
log back hyper-extensions 20 reps

80lbs punching bag carry on left shoulder for 50 yards
80lbs punching bag carry on right shoulder for 50 yards
80lbs punching bag cradle carry (carry horizontal in front of you using biceps to hold it up) for 100 yards
80lbs punching bag carry on left shoulder for 100 yards
80lbs punching bag carry on right shoulder for 100 yards
We really need a heavier log, that punching bag makes it to easy, to much cushion.

20 KB presses with 20lbs KBs
20 hops
30 rifle raises
20 hops
20 KB presses with 20lbs KBs
20 hops
30 rifle raises
20 hops
20 KB presses with 20lbs KBs
25 hops
40 rifle raises

Getting a 130lbs log next week, its gonna be fun. And I only ate three bags of Chex mix today, I'm getting better at resisting them.

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Re: Wolf's training log (Hoss, this is gonna get rough)
« Reply #63 on: November 23, 2010, 03:23:56 PM »
Monday:
4 mile run
1 1/2 mile run up steep hills
10 diamond push ups
10 push ups
10 wide grip push ups
3 rounds with 30 seconds rest in between
10 clap push ups
easy day.

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Re: Wolf's training log (Hoss, this is gonna get rough)
« Reply #64 on: November 28, 2010, 04:59:04 PM »
Finally got cold, getting my lungs used to breathing in that cold while I run, gonna do 10 miles in the morning. Might just start doing 10 miles Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from now on.

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Re: Wolf's training log (Hoss, this is gonna get rough)
« Reply #65 on: November 29, 2010, 07:11:55 PM »
10 mile run, wasn't as bad as I thought it would be, was able to talk a buddy into running it with me so was kinda nice.
10 dimond push ups
10 push ups
10 wide grip push ups all in perfect form
6 rounds
10 claps
10 crushes
10 chest flys
3 rounds
20/20:
20 shoulder presses each arm, 25lbs KBs
20 hops
8 rounds

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Re: Wolf's training log (Hoss, this is gonna get rough)
« Reply #66 on: December 01, 2010, 07:24:53 PM »
Tuesday:
8 KB snatches at 25lbs left arm
8 KB snatches at 25lbs right arm
8 rounds
5 sets of 20 rifle lifts
20 log presses switching arms with a partner, 60lbs log 5 sets
150 yard log carry 80lbs on left shoulder
150 yard log carry 80lbs on right shoulder non stop
5 sets of 20 KB see saw presses at 30lbs
5 sets of 10 upside down push ups
5 sets of 20 hops
Was a shoulder day, might have done more but don't remember.

Wednesday:
6 mile run
10 diamond push ups
10 push ups
10 wide grip push ups
6 sets
20 clap push ups
AB exercise
300 set ups
and carried a old basket ball goal we found on a dumpster for a mile on my shoulders, that was nice,  I just love the feeling of a heavy pole on your shore shoulders.

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Re: Wolf's training log (Hoss, this is gonna get rough)
« Reply #67 on: December 06, 2010, 07:12:13 PM »
My buddy gave me what ever cold he had, sorry joker I'm gonna get him back for that when I get better. Been doing some push ups today, that's about it, to cold out to run the way I'm coughing. I never get sick, this sucks. Folks think I got bird flu, so they left, lousy jokers.

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Re: Wolf's training log (Hoss, this is gonna get rough)
« Reply #68 on: December 07, 2010, 05:06:58 PM »
Have you ever tried out weighted pistols or shrimps?

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Re: Wolf's training log (Hoss, this is gonna get rough)
« Reply #69 on: December 08, 2010, 03:46:57 PM »
I do them occasionally.

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Re: Wolf's training log (Hoss, this is gonna get rough)
« Reply #70 on: May 07, 2011, 06:17:20 PM »
Jesse, quit trying to steal my nickname, I'm the original Wolf got it. Anyways, finally to a point where I can start this back. Never quit training but work been keeping me away from a computer. so Here's what I did today.

Warm up:
3 sets 15 push ups
3 sets of 12 KB swings with 45lbs
2 sets of 10 set ups

Workout:
3 sets of 10 KB press 45lbs
4 sets of 15 push press 65lbs
5 sets of max breacher swings at 35lbs
8 sets of 20 weighted decline set ups
3 sets of 5 med ball hop
4 sets of 15 anchor pulls at 55lbs
8 sets of 6 pull ups
3 sets of 10 one arm DB bench press 40lbs
6 sets of 8 mad russians
2 sets of 5 weighted pull ups
5 sets of 10 shoulder lifts 20lbs
5 sets of 15 curls 30lbs
3 sets of 8 preacher curls


Finning:
warm up
2 100m freestyle

Tech/drill
4 sets of 50m freestyle
4 sets of 50m side stroke

Main set
10 sets of 100m freestyle/ legs only
10 minutes tread water
one 100m side stroke for cool down.
Stretch


100 yard QM
100 yard kong walk
100 yard backward QM

and thats a wrap, also wanted to thank Jereme Sanders for kicking my butt at primal fitness, need to hurry and get paid again so I can afford the rides there to train. Also I carry a 55lbs ruck everywhere I go, bumping up to 65 this coming week.



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Re: Wolf's training log
« Reply #71 on: May 09, 2011, 07:11:32 PM »
Warm up:
30 push ups
5 rounds ball hop
3 sets of 6 KB press at 30lbs

Work out:
3 sets of 8 each arm one arm bench press at 30lbs while holding legs up
3 sets of 6 each arm one arm bench press at 45lbs while holding legs up
3 sets of max drop set bench press starting at 155
170 push ups
30 JS push ups. (can't remember what he called um so jereme you get a push up named after you.)

Also I do 28 push ups every time I enter or exit a building and 28 push ups 10 pull ups every time I enter or exit the gym or my room. Well tomorrow is cardio day.....trying a new way of training out, running and finning on the same day.....If you don't hear from me tell Jereme Sanders to call my base and have medics sent to the PJ track, I'll be passed out there.
« Last Edit: May 12, 2011, 08:19:56 AM by wolf555 »

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Re: Wolf's training log
« Reply #72 on: May 10, 2011, 07:37:24 PM »
Finning:
4 sets of 25m underwaters
5 sets of 50m freekicking
2 sets of 25m underwaters
tread water for 10 minutes
50 meters legs only on back full speed

Workout:
3x6 deep lunges with 2 30lbs kbs
3x6 overhead squat 45lbs kb
3x6 dead lift 135lbs
3x6 front sq at 106 lbs
3x6 overhead squat with 53lbs kb

walk back to dorm, with 55-60lbs ruck, my rooms at the end of the hall on the third floor. I carry that ruck everywhere, it's never felt that heavy. The finning will wear you out like you wouldn't believe.

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Re: Wolf's training log
« Reply #73 on: May 11, 2011, 07:12:32 PM »
Light day, no cardio, was told I was doing way to much cardio so I was kinda at a loss for what to do since everything I do involves cardio. (apparently 6 days of cardio and strength/endurance training a week isn't good for you)

warm up:
3x5 pulls ups

workout:
4x20 anchor pulls at 55lbs
3x5 preacher curls at 40
3x5 preacher curls at 30
3x10 preacher curls at 20
2x5 weighted pull ups 25lbs
5x15 curls 30lbs

circuit:
20 anchor pulls
5 each arm static curls with 26lbs KB
body rotations for 1 minute with 55lbs KB
4 rounds

5xmax breacher swings at 35lbs

pull up ladder:
8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1




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Re: Wolf's training log
« Reply #74 on: May 14, 2011, 11:05:24 AM »
trained at Primal Fitness yesterday. I can do kongs now, also did a wall up and a kong in full ABUs, thats one step down just a little more practice and I can start adding gear to those wall ups

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Re: Wolf's training log
« Reply #75 on: May 18, 2011, 06:04:47 PM »
Well things are going horrible here, just got reclassed into the worst job possible, this screws up my career extremely bad. The new squadron i'm in can only be described as organized chaos, they waste so much time here it's sad, then they say the only time they can find to do PT is at 0330 in the morning, and they won't let us go to sleep until 2230, thats 10:30pm for you civilian folks. And what they call "PT" is what I call half a warm up, not even worth getting up that early to do. So I started this day off with 4 hours of sleep, will be like that for the next 70 days (I somehow went from a battlefield career field to an admin, not sure how that happened, I know some idiot in medical screwed my records up and ended up getting me DQed from any Spec Ops jobs, like what I was in training for, I miss Medina like crazy right now.) Now I have to wait 4 years to re enter a SOF. I know nothing about this careerfield except that it requires a lot of advanced math, which I suck at so I will probably end up failing this tech school, if that happens I'm discharged, My year just got better and better, In the mean time there putting these little sissys that are quiting on the first day into Spec Ops, I never quit when I was in, they had to forcefully kick me out and they won't let me back in what the heck. I'll be able to start back doing PT tomorrow. Will post then.

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Re: Wolf's training log
« Reply #76 on: May 24, 2011, 06:50:13 PM »
This new squadron I'm in has taught me how to hate with every fiber of my being, We're basicly on duty 20 hours off 4, then rinse and repeat. We finally caught a break, and I have some idiot running up and down the hall in my dorms kicking off the walls screaming parkour. Some how I'm still getting four hours of training in a day. I'm going to bed, I swam today, I don't know how far and I don't really care. Tomorrow (I was suppost to do this Monday but my SGT screwed my building over, where the only ones that didn't get released for the day till 7:20, and we're not allowed to sleep till 11:30pm) is chest and stuff.

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Re: Wolf's training log
« Reply #77 on: May 25, 2011, 07:50:18 PM »
I didn't get to do PT today either, for the first time in my life I'm ticked off. I'm never mad, no one has been able to do it, the cadre torchering me on team for 8 hours a day couldn't do it, but this stupid piece of crap squadron did it... I had got invited to train with some PJs today to....I had to miss it for a "briefing" which was basicly the SGT repeating the same stupid speech for the 15th time, to the same group he has said it to 15 times before. If I don't get to do PT tomorrow I'm gonna flip out.

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Re: Wolf's training log (training in ninja land)
« Reply #78 on: June 05, 2011, 05:31:58 PM »
Well I go a whole 9 days of leave, just got back to base and man I feel awesome. Dead tired, everything hurts, and I'm as red as a lobster from chacing women on the beach, man it was a good week. Anyways tomorrows schedule in advance

Chest and core day:
warm up-
3x15 I leg up med ball push ups
3x20 burpees
3x4 med ball hop (4 balls, hop to each and back 1 rep)
workout-
6x5 KB flat bench with feet up, flutterkicks between sets using 2 35lbs KB
6x5 push v ups with 35lbs kb, legs at six inches between sets
3x10 1 arm bench with legs at 6 inches, flutterkicks in between sets
flat bench drop set starting at 155 working down, 3 sets max
3xmax incline bench 2 40lbs DB
12,10,8,6 chest flies at 35lbs
3x40 flutterkicks
3x25 hanging leg raises
AB workout- ten reps of each no breaks inbetween


1. Basic Crunch-
2.Twist Up
3.Push Through-
4.Left side Crunch-
5. Right side Crunch-
6. Up and Twist-
7. Leg Raises-
8. Leg Tucks-
9. 90 Degree Ankle Touch-
10. Right Crossover Crunch-
11. Left Crossover Crunch-
12. Kick Ups-
13. Head Raises-
14. Scissors-
15. Left crossover twist-
16. Right crossover twist-
17. Head leg crunch-
18. Alternating Shoulder Lifts-
19. Hoover-
20- 180 Degree Ankle Touches-
21- Side bends-
22- Alternate Leg Tucks-
23- Alternating Push Throughs-

3x5 each side 1 arm push v up 35lbs
3x5 turkish get ups 35lbs KB
4 sets of 45 push ups
20 JS push ups
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Re: Wolf's training log
« Reply #79 on: June 07, 2011, 11:12:46 AM »
Glad to see you're still alive and training hard as ever.

For me, the track season ended last saturday, so I am eager to get back into parkour training. I'm probably going to wait for my training crew before I go, and maybe take a week off to give my shinsplints a rest. Either way, this is going to be a GREAT summer.
Heck with drugs and alcohol. I get high off exercise. Feel those endorphins pump.
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