mickc1965 training log

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  1. mickc1965

    mickc1965 Well-Known Member

    Thursday 19 September 2019

    Calories, macros and activity

    MyFitnessPal • 1,365 kcals

    Carbs • 59
    Protein • 170
    Fat • 50

    Caffeine • ~530mg
    Alcohol • 0

    Apple Watch • 6,930 steps
     
  2. mickc1965

    mickc1965 Well-Known Member

    Friday 20 September 2019

    Sleep & HRV Info (Oura Ring)

    Readiness Score • 93

    Sleep Score • 94
    Sleep • 8:10hrs (in bed from 21;56 - 06:51)
    Efficiency • 92%

    Awake • 0:44
    REM • 1:51 (23% of sleep time)
    Light • 5:00 (61% of sleep time)
    Deep • 1:19 (16% of sleep time)

    Average Resting Heart Rate • 53 bpm (min 49 bpm)
    Average Heart Rate Variability • 28 ms (max 58 ms)
    Body Temperature deviation • -0.1°F
    Respiratory Rate • 13.4 per minute

    Influencing factors - Caffeine • ~530mg / Alcohol • 0 / dieting

    Body weight @ 179.8lbs
     
  3. mickc1965

    mickc1965 Well-Known Member

    Friday 20 September 2019

    Weight Training - target is 1 x activation set (activation reps in brackets below) followed by 5 x myo rep sets total matching the activation reps with 5 seconds between sets (but not traps & calves, 30 seconds rest between sets), once this is achieved will increase either the load or number of reps in activation set.

    Session 1 @ 08:15hrs

    Pec Flies machine (15 reps) - 86kgs x 15+3+3+3+3+3

    Leg extensions (15 reps) - 68kgs x 15+3+3+3+3+3

    Prone Leg Curls (15 reps) - 54kgs x 15+3+3+3+3+3

    Seated Calf Raise (3 x AMRAP) - 80kgs x 28, 26, 24

    Tricep extension machine (15 reps) - 64kgs x 15+3+3+3+3+3

    Session 2 @ 12:10hrs

    Diverging Seated Row (15 reps) - 59kgs x 15+3+3+3+3+3

    Lateral Raise machine (15 reps) - 59kgs x 15+3+3+3+3+3

    Lat Pulldown (15 reps) - 52kgs x 15+3+3+3+3+3

    Face Pull (15 reps) - 23kgs x 15+3+3+3+3+3

    Arm Curl Machine (15 reps) - 54kgs x 15+3+3+3+3+2

    DB Shrugs (3 x 22) - 44kgs x 22, 22, 22

    19:30hrs Walking - 1.5 miles
     
  4. mickc1965

    mickc1965 Well-Known Member

    Had my eye surgery earlier today so no training until the end of this week then a week of very light lifting
     
  5. _Simon_

    _Simon_ Active Member

    Hope the surgery went well mate
     
  6. mickc1965

    mickc1965 Well-Known Member

    Went ok they did have a problem with my right eye (my Iris is very thin apparently and it kept on trying to come out of the incision) but said it’s all done correctly in the end, left eye went without issue, still waiting for for normal vision to return hopefully over the next day of two
     
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  7. mickc1965

    mickc1965 Well-Known Member

    At my check up following the lenses in my eyes being replaced and even though eyes not fully recovered yet I could read the letters for 20/20 vision ok and the line below with difficultly, only 5 days after op
     
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  8. _Simon_

    _Simon_ Active Member

    A 5 day SD for your eyes and your 20/20RM is still good?? Nice! ;)
     
  9. mickc1965

    mickc1965 Well-Known Member

    Got to have another op on Monday on the left eye to move the lens slightly
     
  10. Jester

    Jester Well-Known Member

    Good luck mate.
     
  11. mickc1965

    mickc1965 Well-Known Member

    Thanks, simple op apparently just to move the new lense as have astigmatism in left eye and this causes problems occasionally
     
  12. mickc1965

    mickc1965 Well-Known Member

    Another week of no training though
     
  13. mickc1965

    mickc1965 Well-Known Member

    Hopefully back training tomorrow, easy sessions this week as not wanting to strain too much following the eye procedures, have final (hopefully) check up on Saturday and with a bit of luck eyes have healed and given the go ahead to start lifting properly.
     
  14. mickc1965

    mickc1965 Well-Known Member

    Tuesday 08 October 2019

    Sleep & HRV Info (Oura Ring)

    Readiness Score • 89

    Sleep Score • 90
    Sleep • 7:23hrs (in bed from 22:20 - 06:48)
    Efficiency • 87%

    Awake • 1:04
    REM • 2:03 (28% of sleep time)
    Light • 3:34 (48% of sleep time)
    Deep • 1:45 (24% of sleep time)

    Average Resting Heart Rate • 55 bpm (min 49 bpm)
    Average Heart Rate Variability • 25 ms (max 96 ms)
    Body Temperature deviation • -0.6°F
    Respiratory Rate • 13.0 per minute

    Body weight @ 184.0lbs
     
  15. Jester

    Jester Well-Known Member

    Just curious, what applications do you action with your daily data?
     
  16. mickc1965

    mickc1965 Well-Known Member

    Are you asking if I modify training etc based on the HRV info?
     
  17. mickc1965

    mickc1965 Well-Known Member

    Tuesday 08 October 2019

    Weight Training - target is 1 x activation set followed by ? myo rep sets (activation reps and myo rep sets in brackets below) with 5 seconds between sets (but not traps & calves, 30 seconds rest between sets).

    Session 1 @ 08:00hrs

    Leg extensions (25 plus 1 x 5 reps) - 52kgs x 25+5

    Prone Leg Curls (25 plus 1 x 5 reps) - 41kgs x 25+5

    Seated Calf Raise (3 x AMRAP) - 80kgs x 28, 26, 24

    Pec Flies machine (25 plus 1 x 5 reps) - 66kgs x 25+5

    Tricep extension machine (25 plus 1 x 5 reps) - 50kgs x 25+5

    Ab crunch (3 x 10 reps) - 23kgs x 10, 10, 10

    Session 2 @ 12:15hrs

    Diverging Seated Row (25 plus 1 x 5 reps) - 45kgs x 25+5

    Lateral Raise machine (25 plus 1 x 5 reps) - 41kgs x 25+5

    Lat Pulldown (25 plus 1 x 5 reps) - 39kgs x 25+5

    Face Pull (25 plus 1 x 5 reps) - 18kgs x 25+5

    Arm Curl Machine (25 plus 1 x 5 reps) - 41kgs x 25+5

    DB Shrugs (3 x 22) - 44kgs x 22, 22, 22
     
    Last edited: Oct 14, 2019
  18. Jester

    Jester Well-Known Member

    Well yes, but any such response to the raw data.
     
  19. mickc1965

    mickc1965 Well-Known Member

    Training - I have now established that with volume equated (based on both the readiness scores and general well being) I am better recovered training full body 3 days a week (either with an AM and PM split or a single session) than training all muscle groups 3 x a week on either an upper/lower or push/pull routine 6 days a week.

    I will still train if i have a single bad readiness score unless I feel bad in myself, if the low readiness scores continue I intend at that point to either take a few more days off or take a SD if its been a long continuous training phase of say 8+ weeks, this is only being implemented now

    Sleep - Optimum bedtime based on the data and general wake up feeling (based on waking up naturally for work) is between 9:30 and 10:30, tend to aim for 10 pm during the week.

    Was going to look at blue light blocking glasses to wear in the evening an hour or so before bed to see if it improves my Deep Sleep which I think needs improving - Does anyone wear these and if so has your sleep improved?

    Food - Carbs are not so good for my sleep particularly when consumed in the evening, trying now to keep carbs post workout only at ~120 g a day while i am in a dieting phase (seem to be in a continuous binge (on chocolate) then diet phase at the moment which I am currently trying to beat (7 days since last binge)). Intend to drop down to 175 lbs then slowly increase the fats and carbs and see how I progress from there.
     
    Last edited: Oct 9, 2019
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  20. mickc1965

    mickc1965 Well-Known Member

    Tuesday 08 October 2019

    Calories, macros and activity

    MyFitnessPal • 1,466 kcals

    Carbs • 123
    Protein • 190
    Fat • 23

    Caffeine • ~450mg
    Alcohol • 0

    Apple Watch • 3,513 steps
     

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