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Training and Diet Log for Friday, January 28, 2005




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DIET
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Awake at 12:00PM

Meal 1 (1PM):

  • Two Egg Whites
  • Bowl of Oats
  • Two Pancakes
  • Banana


Meal 2 (6PM):

  • Bowl of Mixed Beans
  • Bowl of Beef Vegetable Soup
  • Bowl of Mixed Fruit (Orange, Pear, Watermelon, Peach, Cantaloupe, Pineapple)
  • Slice of 12-Grain Bread
  • Mixed Vegetables
  • Potato
  • Chicken Cordon Bleu
  • Pizza Slice
  • One Glass of Orange Juice
  • One Glass of Skim Milk


Meal 3 (10:00PM):

  • Chicken Breast
  • Bowl of Oats
  • Banana
  • Protein Shake (23 grams)


TRAINING
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Quads / Hamstrings
Exercise Sets Reps
Leg Press 4 6-12
Leg Extension 4 10-12
Hamstring Curls 4 10-12


COMMENTS
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I think I lost the most strength in my legs during my layoff (break) from bodybuilding. I'm going to spend a couple more workouts doing leg presses and leg extensions before I go back to squats again. I don't feel very interested in risking a needless injury when I feel my legs aren't up to speed. That is my one option, the other one is to start squatting, but start light. I have no problem doing heavy leg presses, but I think my stabilizers are weak in my quads right now. I'm trying to build them back up through leg presses and leg extensions and go from there. Other than that all is well. My sleep schedule is still all over the map and my appetite is still non-existent, but otherwise, everything is great.

Take care,

Matt Canning
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