Workout: Run 5k (3.1 miles)
Simple isn’t it? With all you have done so far you should be able to tackle such a short distance and still have plenty left over for tomorrow’s workout. Hydration, proper warm-up and then stretch.
Once you are warm and stretched go and run your run. As you finish, hydrate again, and do a warm down with a continuous walk, and stretching thrown in.
While this is a Saturday workout, you may need to be prepared:
- Barbell and Weights
- Score Keeper (to keep you honest)
Workout:3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3
Every set increase weight accordingly. Proper technique for the deadlift is needed, and NO ROMANIAN deadlifts!
It’s Friday and you have all had this rest day coming. Here, now you can sit back and enjoy a little read from my favorite Magazine. Biomechanics magazine has great articles in research and studies on Diseases, Muscular and Skeletal Injury rehabilitation, and continual updated information on leading studies going on now. I just recently came upon a 2005 article written By Stephen J. Page, PhD, and Peter Levine, PTA. The article was on Rehabilitation of Stroke patients. There within is where I found more hope for some of the clients that I have had that either have had a partial hemiparesis or total hemiparesis. For those that do not know what that is, it is in laymans terms the partial or total paralysis of an affected side of the body due to the injury of the brain after a Brain Attack or as some may state: CVA – Cerebral Vascular Accident. There is always hope, just keep on fighting.