Ann’s Work Out Goals

This is where I will maintain a list of current goals and update later on when I’ve achieved them and come up with new goals.

Goals Achieved 2020

  • Spring Bar: Fully bent heavy spring bar for 4 sets of 8 repetitions utilizing both supinated and pronated grips. (Posted: Oct 17, 20. Achieved: Nov 19, 20.)
  • CoC Gripper (T): Closed to 14mm with my left hand for 4 sets of 5 reps (Posted: Oct 19, 20. Achieved: Nov 17, 20.)

Current Goals

  • Arnold Presses using 40 lb. dumbbells for 4 sets of 12 reps. (Posted Nov 11, 20.)
    • 35 lbs. for 4 sets of 8 reps. (Posted: Nov 20, 20.)
  • CoC “Trainer” (T) gripper (100 lbs.) Close five times with each hand. (Posted Oct 4, 20.)
    • Close to 10mm for 4 sets of 5 reps with left hand. (Posted: Nov 20, 20.)
  • Side-Lunge Stretch: Plant foot (in shoes) flat on floor while doing this stretch, rather than going up on the ball of plant foot.  (Posted: Oct 4, 20.)
  • Full Squats: Perform a set of 100 without stopping. (Posted: Oct 4, 20.)
  • Dead Bugs: Perform a set of 100 (two-count reps) without stopping. (Posted: Oct 4, 20.)

8 thoughts on “Ann’s Work Out Goals

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    • Yes, that has been a problem for me in the past — I’ve established lofty, pretty much unachievable goals and ended up not achieving them. Another pitfall I decided to avoid is putting a timeline on things. I figure as long as I’m working on it then I’m good and the act of posting the workouts on the blog should keep my frame of mind good for that. In the past I would set a timeline and then when it became apparent I was going to miss the deadline instead of continuing I’d give up and go do something else, and this is true for me with many things other than working out. Definitely the case, for example, with miniatures. Live and learn and adjust, I guess.

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