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A little science project:

 

400m run

100 push ups

100 squats

400m run

"Plankenstiens" - lay in plank position http://community.active.com/blogs/ActiveX/2008/10/15/activex-101508-pigs-of-guinea/on toes, resting on forearms, rock back and forth with chest to ground

50/50 straight leg deadlifts 10/20

400m run

100 "hollow rocks" http://community.active.com/blogs/ActiveX/2008/10/15/activex-101508-pigs-of-guinea/plan position on back, rocking off of glutes

100 jump rope

400 run

 

 

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ActiveX - 10.13.08: Tabata

Posted by ActiveArch Oct 13, 2008

 

8 stations, 8 rounds of :20 seconds "on", :10 seconds "off" of:

 

 

Wall Ball

Hand Stands

Reverse Lunges

Push Ups

Squats

Push Press

Scissors

Mustang Burpees

 

 

Good one today, I think everyone dug it.

 

 

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Hope you enjoyed this version of "Trail of Tears". Anxious to hear how it went. Thanks to all who made it.

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What a great way to start the day...I think.

 

 

4 rounds:

 

 

25 dumbbell swings

10 plyometric ball hops

800m trail run

50 squats

800m trail run

10 plyometric ball hops

 

 

Thanks for getting up early and beating the heat!

 

 

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Just wanted to let you know that this past Saturday I rode my new road bike for the first time all around the bay, OB, and Mission Valley. It’s the first time I’ve ever ridden a non-beach-cruiser in my life and not only did I not fall off, but I had a blast!  My IT Band is still preventing me from running and I’ve been going to PT twice a week, but every cloud has a silver lining and this running injury has “forced” me to pursue other activities, including getting in the pool for the first time in over 15 years, cycling, and doing hot yoga –three things I had never enjoyed or was too scared to try.  Every once in a while I kick myself for passing up the incredible opportunity to train for the Solana Beach Tri with you and the rest of the X’ers because I was too much of a wimp at the time to try swimming and biking, but now that I’ve tried both on my own and realized that they’re not as intimidating as I’d once thought, I am happy to say that I’d like to do a sprint tri in 2009 (and maybe a duathlon beforehand) once I get some practice in the ocean and once I can run more than a mile again without pain.  Guess I just had to take a few more baby steps to mentally get to where I’d wanted to be a few months ago, but I’m there!

 

But back to the bike…The people at B&L hooked me up pretty good and I am so excited to play with my new toy! I can now understand this tri-bug that everyone seems to be talking about J

 

Thanks for giving us X’ers the confidence to push beyond our limits and fears and to go after what we’re capable of!

 

Emily

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In honor of an oldie but a goodie http://community.active.com/blogs/ActiveX/2008/10/06/activex-100608-hurricane-andrew/I can say that, Andrew Cole.

 

:45 minutes, teams of 5, each team member starts at a specific station, then rotates when the runner returns –

 

 

 

300 HILLY trail run

Sit ups

Dumbell rows

Jump rope

Wall Ball

 

 

 

Again, interval for each team is their runner. Move stations http://community.active.com/blogs/ActiveX/2008/10/06/activex-100608-hurricane-andrew/in order above when runner returns.

 

 

 

Great workout everyone, a heavy sweater.

 

 

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Great way to work off a dinner at C Level.

 

 

4 Rounds:

 

 

Run 400m [through parking garage, down the parking lot http://community.active.com/blogs/ActiveX/2008/10/03/activex-100408-lobster-mac-38-cheese/like you are running to Lusk, left turn at the front of the building, around the building, in front of Come On In, down the parking lot back to the XBox

 

 

Out and back lunges http://community.active.com/blogs/ActiveX/2008/10/03/activex-100408-lobster-mac-38-cheese/15 parking lines down, 15 back

 

 

25 Push Ups

 

 

90 Count Wall Sits

 

 

30 Wheelbarrow Steps http://community.active.com/blogs/ActiveX/2008/10/03/activex-100408-lobster-mac-38-cheese/with partner, or, 40 bear crawls

 

 

50 Squats

 

 

 

 

 

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5K "Indian Run", teams of three. Santa Ana's blowing, it was a heater.

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Yeah, this was tough. Just in case you thought being on vacation made me soft...

 

 

4 Rounds

 

 

10 walkouts

2x30 count handstands

400 run with 10/20 lb weight carried above head

25 pull ups

25 plyo pushups

400 run with 10/20 lb weight carried above head

 

 

It's good to be back.

 

 

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Hilly, 1.75 mile run with 10 pushups on the 2:00.

 

 

2x25 12/20 wall ball tosses

 

 

2x50 ab throwdowns

 

 

Great work today everyone. Hopefully that will be the last HOT RoadRage. Maybe we can get bak to the original Trail of Tears in October...

See you in a couple of weeks.

 

 

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Thanks to all that trained today! Good of luck to those racing this weekend at Malibu or whever else you toe the line.

 

 

3 Rounds of:

 

 

25 Thrusters http://community.active.com/blogs/ActiveX/2008/09/12/activex-091208-morning-rush/15lb/25/lb

100m run with ActiveX Training medicine ball overhead

100m run

25 Pull ups

100m run

100m run with ActiveX Training medicine ball overhead BACKWARDS

 

 

Great way to start a Friday!

 

 

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5 Rounds, team of 3, continuous

 

 

20 wall ball tosses http://community.active.com/blogs/ActiveX/2008/09/05/activex-090508-husker-power/12lb ball/20lb ball

10 Turkish get ups http://community.active.com/blogs/ActiveX/2008/09/05/activex-090508-husker-power/10lb/25lb

20 Dumbbell swings http://community.active.com/blogs/ActiveX/2008/09/05/activex-090508-husker-power/20lb/40bl

 

 

Rest interval is when waiting for partner to finish their station. This is a good one!

 

 

 

 

 

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50 push ups, 200 m run out , 50 pull ups, 200m run back

 

 

40 push ups, 200 m run out , 40 pull ups, 200m run back

 

 

30 push ups, 200 m run out , 30 pull ups, 200m run back

 

 

20 push ups, 200 m run out , 20 pull ups, 200m run back

 

 

10 push ups, 200 m run out , 10 pull ups, 200m run back

 

 

Simple, but it was a butt-kicker. Thanks for coming!

 

 

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4 Rounds

 

 

10 walkouts

10x5 second handstands

100m run with weight above head

200m run to pull up bars

25 pull ups

25 plyo push ups

200m run

100m run with weight

 

 

Thanks to all for coming!

 

 

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So, that was a little excessive. I can see my actual tail bone, all the skin has been rubbed off. I'm glad they didn't turn 30.  I'll post a modified version below what we actually did today:

 

Warm up run down Lusk Blvd.

From the bottom to the stop light at the top of the hill http://.6 miles, do:

 

 

 

29 lunges

29 pushups

29 lunges

29 situps

 

 

 

Repeat until you get to the top.

 

 

 

2x29 pullups

400m of 29 shuffles left, 29 shuffles right, until you complete the distance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Modified version

 

 

 

29 lunges

29 pushups

29 strides running

29 lunges

29 situps

29 strides running

 

 

 

Repeat until you get to the top

 

 

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