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marcusvdk

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Saturday was feeling it after work and working out 7 straight days also so rested

Sunday
Went and visited family at the camp ground and did some (4hours) fishing with my cousin, uncle, and brother. Caught a bunch of bass, pan fish, and perch. Cousin wanted the perch to take home so we all kept perch and ended up with 18 perch big enough to fillet and a few panfish. I'm allergic to fish & shellfish so I was all good with him keeping mine lol
 

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marcusvdk

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Monday weighed in realized I hadn't done it the last two mondays due to traveling to Minneapolis and then the following weekend going to my sister wedding.

Was down 0.4 pounds to 350.2 not big drop but I'm sure my anniversery vacation didnt help that number. Been doing pretty good at getting close to the macro goals the nutritionist set when I started my 6 month regime. I go for nutrition 102 class Wednesday morning. And then the 16th have my first of four 30 min exercise times with the physical trainer.
 

Timr245

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Hammered on the legs tonite...55 mins

Squats 5x8 @ 205
Lunges 5x20 w/35’s
Deadlift 5x8 @ 175
Leg extensions 3x10 @ 80
Leg curls 3x10 @ 70
Calf raises 3x12 @ 135

Cool down on the bike and stretched it out.
Legs are feelimg like they wanna carry some elk quarters a few miles 😁
 
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marcusvdk

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Wednesday

Nutrition 102 class in the morning

Slung some lead down range this afternoon

Instead of a cardio workout tonight did 30 mins of lifting focused on the arms and chest
 
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The prep work is all behind me now. For 45 years I kept in peak condition and was even in "sheep shape" for most of that time. Now, at age 67 my main focus is to be healthy and uninjured and in "mountain shape." I think that I am there. Besides my normal routine of splitting wood and some basic exercises, I have hiked 150+ miles in varied terrain during the last six weeks with pack and poles, upping the weight as the jump-off day nears. My pack is 42# for the 5 day fishing/small game/exploring/acclimating trip into the Indian Peaks Wilderness of Colorado. Leaving at 4:00am tomorrow and hope to be solo camping at 10,600' on Monday. I'll hike back out and do a turn-around on horseback for a guided elk/deer muzzle-loader hunt. Game on. Good luck boys, and I'll check in when I get back.