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Training Log: billa

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Gym with personal trainer4 4:00:00
  Stationary Bike3 1:34:00
  Walking1 20:00
  Total5 5:54:00
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Monday Mar 27 #

Gym with personal trainer 1:00:00 [2]

Stayed away from the lower body again as the Adductors are still very sensitive. Lots of sets for the shoulders and lats.

Stationary Bike 30:00 [2]

Spin on the upright bike at an average heart rate of 112 bpm.
Had to stop a couple of times to relax the quads and calves.
Good stretch in the mat area and then a 15 minute hot tub under the jets for all the sore bits.

Sunday Mar 26 #

Walking 20:00 [1]

Leg cramped up after 5 minutes. So I stopped to stretch it out and cut the walk short. Been happening with regularity now. Maybe a pre-stretch will help. Good overall stretch when I got home.

Saturday Mar 25 #

Gym with personal trainer 1:00:00 [2]

The gym was really busy being a Saturday and open house so we stayed in the PT centre and focussed on tension stretches all over and on the upper back and shoulders with weights and pulleys.
Could not do full extensions with the right shoulder however. Still stiff and sensitive but gradually getting better.

Stationary Bike 34:00 [2]

Fairly easy spin with mt heart rate at 115 bpm most of the way. Adductors complaining a lot afterwards. Tried to stretch them in the hot tub. Still very sensitive to any lateral move.

Thursday Mar 23 #

Gym with personal trainer 1:00:00 [2]

Cody keeps cranking up the weight and everything is holding together except for the hip that can't take too much weight with a full flex.
We avoid stressing the rotator cuff too. My core is definitely feeling stronger and my posture has improved.
Massage this afternoon and he really worked on the glutes and hamstrings.
Spent a lot of time on the adductors too - but relatively gently. So feeling worked-over but relaxed now.

Wednesday Mar 22 #

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No training today as the hip was still sore.
An important training day however, as my visit to the surgeon this morning has resulted in a planned full hip replacement in the fall.
Should I have done it sooner? Last year, the same surgeon did not think it would improve my lifestyle very much. I was hurting but still walking well.
I am not walking very well anymore so the burning question this time was - will the hip ever feel better? No, only progressively worse!
So, off I go to the operating room. If things go well I can go home the same day. Yikes!

Tuesday Mar 21 #

Gym with personal trainer 1:00:00 [1]

The hip was sore so we concentrated on the upper body and worked the back, chest, and arms. Still managed to do four sets of squats without weights that didn't bother the adductors too much.

Stationary Bike 30:00 [2]

Worked up a sweat on the bike keeping my BPM at 115. Then 10 minutes in the hot tub jets to try and massage the sore bits.

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