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Morning! 

So back after around 2 months away from the gym 

first session was legs 

just kept everything light and high reps (12-20 ) 

can’t do anything heavy anyway , can’t believe how weak I felt

checked my weight for the first time after months and though I thought I had put on a few kilos I’m still at 57 kg 

Goals this year : fix everything lol

mainly grow my skinny legs and see I can trim my midsection but I ‘ll leave the latter for later 

current condition pics below 

have a great day everyone! 

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1 minute ago, Eddias said:

Welcome back, slow and steady for the first couple of sessions, look forward to the updates :) 

Thank you ! 

Yes , well I can’t do much more anyway. My knees were shaking on the way home even with a light workout haha

x

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1 minute ago, SuperRips said:

Have your legs grown Anna :confused1:

Nice tan :thumbup1:

I don’t know , maybe all that swimming helped a bit 

thanx , love just frying myself under the sun all day :D

x

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@anna1

Have you thought about taking 'standard' pose pics (eg front relaxed, tensed, back relaxed, tensed etc) in the same or similar lighting - will make tracking your progress much easier. Sometimes it'll be hard for you to judge the changes in yourself from pic to pic because of the different poses, lighting etc

 

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4 minutes ago, CG88 said:

@anna1

Have you thought about taking 'standard' pose pics (eg front relaxed, tensed, back relaxed, tensed etc) in the same or similar lighting - will make tracking your progress much easier. Sometimes it'll be hard for you to judge the changes in yourself from pic to pic because of the different poses, lighting etc

 

Errm actually no 

I think they’re boring lol

I will though since you mentioned it out of curiosity :) 

x

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1 minute ago, anna1 said:

Errm actually no 

I think they’re boring lol

I will though since you mentioned it out of curiosity :) 

x

I was talking purely from a point of view of using pictures to track progress.... but if that isnt what youre doing in this log,  as you were :lol:

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3 hours ago, anna1 said:

Cleaning up my diet starting today as well , so just pleurotus mushrooms with spinach and grilled turkey breast 

saving my carbs for dinner 

I find it helps me wake up full of energy since I always train fasted 

 

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You got a lovely looking  couple of breasts there.

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Morning 

 bad day yesterday so I never made it to the gym 

diet was poor as well , maybe I had 2 slices of toast all day so naturally I was dragging myself this morning 

It’s ok I got it done 

deadlifts 4x8 

t bar rows 3x8

lat pulldows wide grip

reverse grip 

ropes 

dumbbell rows all 2x12 

cable crunches and hanging leg raises 1 min circuits each x3 

have a great day 

x

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4 minutes ago, Eddias said:

How much under your normal lifts are you? as it looks like you got quiet a bit on the bar for tbar row

I keep everything at around 60% of what I can do just to avoid injuries for now 

I don’t feel optimum either so it’s all higher reps and short breaks ( 30 sec between sets ) 

I think I ‘ll stick with that for another couple of weeks and then change my routine as I feel it might benefit me if I train legs more often 

x

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8 minutes ago, anna1 said:

I keep everything at around 60% of what I can do just to avoid injuries for now 

I don’t feel optimum either so it’s all higher reps and short breaks ( 30 sec between sets ) 

I think I ‘ll stick with that for another couple of weeks and then change my routine as I feel it might benefit me if I train legs more often 

x

Good idea slow and steady, rushed it before and set me back weeks

 

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