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PIMPING MY (P)RIDE CHALLENGE 3

Monday, September 19, 2011

Alright!! I was successful in last weeks challenge - this weeks is less about getting it done and done well within a time frame and more about not neglecting any body parts (why does that sound dirty).

emoticon1. 3 workouts on the area of your body you have been spending the least amount of time on.

My butt gets the least training so here we go!
Tues = Full body challenge + extra butt workout! Abbreviated = 4 sets - 2 triceps, 2 biceps.
Thurs = Core Extreme + extra butt workout! Abbreviated = 4 sets - Hammer, concentrated, flys & one more with dumbbells.
Sat = Legs + extra butt workout! Abbreviated = 4 sets - 2 triceps, 2 biceps.
Sun = Tests - 1 min scores, muscle failure - squats and sit-ups.

emoticon2. followed by an abbreviated workout on the area of your body that you have been spending the most time on.

My arms have been getting thoroughly worked out so they will be my abbreviated workout this week!
emoticonTues = Abbreviated = 4 sets - 2 triceps, 2 biceps.
emoticonThurs = Abbreviated = 4 sets - Hammer, concentrated, flys & tricep kickbacks all with dumbbells.
emoticonSat = Abbreviated = 4 sets - 2 triceps, 2 biceps.

emoticon3. test how many of each strength exercise you and can do in one minute, or test how many of two of the exercises you can do before reaching muscle failure.

I am gonna attempt BOTH of these. I will test my one minute scores and test squats and sit-ups to muscle failure as my workout on Sunday.

Yeehaa here we gooooooo!! emoticon
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  • ASUPERCOOLCHICK
    emoticon Love your plan! My thighs and legs get neglected too :)
    lets rock this challenge!
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    3495 days ago
  • BADASSBLONDIE
    WOOO HOOOOOO!!!!!!!
    3496 days ago
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