Training Week 3/14 – 3/20/10

March 21, 2010 § 1 Comment

Week 6 of Enter the Kettlebell is done.  Only 6 more weeks to go!  Another great week because I accept nothing less! 

Here’s my week:

Sunday, 3/14 – barbell squats, then alternating sets of bulgarian split squats and TRX chest press, then alternating sets of one leg deadlift and 16kg half TGUs.  Metabolic finisher – 3 rounds of 5 burpees, 20 skips rope, 20 (16kg) swings, 20 seconds rest.  Time 37:15.

Monday, 3/15 – 45 minute spin class

Tuesday, 3/16 – ETK light day.  10kg clean, press, pull ladders.  4 ladders, 3 rungs (48 total presses). 7 minutes snatch practice w/10kg.  5 per side, rest for 1 minute and repeat.  Managed 6 rounds + 3.  Total of 63.  Time 30:51.

Wednesday, 3/17 – 20 minutes of this circuit:  barbell split squats 2x side, 5 TRX atomic push ups, 20 skips rope, 20 (16kg) swings, 20 seconds rest.  Managed 8 rounds plus 4 split squats and 5 atomic push ups.  Then, 5 rounds of jump rope intervals.  1 minute on, 30 seconds.  224 skips.

Thursday, 3/18 – ETK medium day.  10kg clean, press, pull ladders.  4 ladders, 3 rungs (48 presses total).  8 minutes of 16kg swings.  30 reps, with 20 seconds rest.  Managed 7 rounds + 7, so 217 total swings.

Friday, 3/19 – OFF

Saturday, 3/20 – ETK heavy day.  10kg clean, press, pull ladders.  4 ladders, 3 rungs (48 presses total).  6 minutes of 16kg swings.  25 reps, with 5 seconds rest.  Managed 8 rounds, 200 swings total

Next week, I will be going for a deadlift PR and continuing on to week 7 of ETK. 

Until next week friends, train hard.  🙂


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§ One Response to Training Week 3/14 – 3/20/10

  • Deana says:

    Wow! Amazing how your sinus problems have almost seemed to disappear. We do not drink a lot of milk in this house and in the winter months I do not use it at all. My daughter had a problem with milk years ago and the doctor told us to eliminate all dairy products because it was creating a lot of congestion. She had dark red bumy patches on her cheeks all the time and we did not know what it was. At the time, I was devistated to think she could not have any dairy. We drank milk, ate cheese and she loved yogurt. The doctor informed us that their as so many other alternatives to vitamin D that dairy is not necessary in our diets. We gave it a try and she is so healthy because of this choice. We have never seen the red patches again! She does, on ocassion, eat cheese and eggs but it is very limited. Great post Julie! I have been thinking of cutting dairy out of my diet and this gives me the inspiration to give it a try! I’ll let you know how it goes:)

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