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Old 02-18-2009, 03:22 PM   #2
Mark Williams
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Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: Chester  Cheshire
Posts: 172
Re: One man and his ACL

Well, the zone took a lot more planning than I thought! Not sure I got it right but worked it out off 15 blocks -diet looked like this:

7.30am - 3 eggs, 2 egg whites, small onion, spinach, an orange.
11am - 1oz chicken, 1 small tangerine, 6 peanuts
1pm - 150g tuna, spinach, 2 tomatoes, 9 grapes, dash olive oil.
4.30pm - 1oz chicken, 1 small tangerine, 6 peanuts
9pm - 4oz venison, 18 grapes, an orange, 1 1/3 tsp peanut butter.

does this look close to right or have I misunderstood completely?!

Attempted a wussie version of the WOD today...

Rehab work
5 minutes wobble board work (2 legged and 1 legged)
10 swiss ball wall squats
10 swiss ball wall squats (one legged at the bottom)

workout, including WOD 090218
20 minutes bike - lvl 6

With a continuously running clock do one pull-up the first minute, two pull-ups the second minute, three pull-ups the third minute... continuing as long as you are able...

Gravitron, 20kg assistance: 7 minutes and 5 reps in the 8th.

20 minutes x-trainer - lvl 6

balance coming on, although patellar tendon still aching from yesterdays physio so squats were very hard. Used gravitron because 1) I'm rubbish at pull-ups; and 2) being a short arse I need to jump to the bar and I didn't fancy dropping a foot onto my bad knee every other rep. Poor performance but on the positive side I should smoke that score next time out

Not sure what to make of the zone - only been a day and I'm not even sure my diet was correct - but the one thing that struck me was that I never felt full and felt hungry just in time for the next feed. Also, meat portions are tiny (4oz as a serving!!).
Doing it the hard way? Just. *******. Because.
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