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Thread: New Program, New Trainer.....

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    I got myself a new trainer and here is my new program. I haven't been working out for a while so I am only doing weights 3 times a week for now. This program is really paying off though!!!


    3 Times Per Week

    Supersets

    Leg Press 3x15 175lbs
    Calf Raises 3x15 175lbs

    Chest Press BB 3x15 55lbs
    Seated Row 3x15 65lbs

    DB Lunges 3x15 15lbs

    Chest Fly 2x15 30lbs
    Rev. Fly 2x15 25lbs

    Lateral Raises 2x15 10lbs
    Wobble Board Squats 2x15 10lbs

    Cable Bicept Curl 3x15 25lbs
    Tricept pressdown 3x15 30lbs

    Ball Ab Curl 2x20
    Ball Prone ext 2x15
    Ball oblique curl 2x10per side

    Postural exercises (for previous injury to back and neck)
    Wall Posture 1X10 10sec. hold
    Wall Back Reach 1x10
    Wall Side Reach 1x10

    Stretch

    Treadmill -or- Elliptical Cross Trainer 5-6 times per week

    45 Min Heart Rate 150-172 bpm
    Ryujiin and I are now happily married..... since May 21st!!!

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    Good for you,tlg! I'm even excited..I really like the way you're supersetting antagonistic muscles..Excellent!

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    What is a wobble board squat?

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    A wobble board is a "wobbly board",usually round,with a "dome" on the bottom,so it could tilt in all directions.The idea is, to maintain your balance,while engaged in various activities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrappingYoungLad
    A wobble board is a "wobbly board",usually round,with a "dome" on the bottom,so it could tilt in all directions.The idea is, to maintain your balance,while engaged in various activities.
    that is exactly what it is ... and lemme tell you, its not as easy as it sounds. I feel drunk when I am finished as I am completely off balance!!!!

    I love it though... its an excellent exercise as it works all of the joints, tendons and muscles in your legs.
    Ryujiin and I are now happily married..... since May 21st!!!

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    I've seen the use of the wobble board. I can't say that I'm totally a fan of it... or at least the way I've seen some personal trainers use it. It can be a fantastic tool to help develop balance -- especially for a teen athlete who had undeveloped coordination.

    Although, having a guy doing 135 on barbell rows on a wobble board LMFAO... I was amazed.

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    Wobble boards are also often used for people with leg injuries and balance issues. it helps develop the toe and foot strength as well muscle responses that may have atrophied.

    I had to do lots of pilates like poses on one after having 3 screws removed from my ankle. It helped a lot.

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    TLG, sounds like you got a great regimin. Keep lifting your doing great.

    Peace and Good Luck,

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