Workout and Word of the Day #46

Hello My Dear Darling Friends!

I do not want to get too far behind with logging my workouts here so I am going to play catch up.  This was technically my 66th strength training workout this year and I did it yesterday.  Somehow I managed to fall behind with blogging 20 of those workouts, but that is okay.  We will just keep moving along.  At least I know that I have done all 66 workouts and I snap a pic for my insta story after each one for proof/accountability!

As I mentioned earlier this week, this is week #9/12 and I am enjoying these new exercises.  I have been getting to the gym at least an hour earlier than usual to try and get ahead of the crowd and so far it has made a difference.

Chest and Triceps Workout:

  • 3 x 15 Standard Push-ups
  • 3 x 10 Reptile Push-ups
  • 4 x 10 Single-arm DB Fly to Dbl-arm DB fly on the ball
  • 4 x 30 seconds Close-Grip Dumbbell Press
  •  4 x 30 seconds Dumbbell Chest Press
  • 3 x 20 Tricep Extensions
  • 3 x 15 Seated French Presses
  • 3 x 10 Single-arm Tricep Extensions
  • 4 x 10 Tricep Dips /10 Plyo Push-ups

Between each exercises I did plyo active recovery exercises for 30 seconds.

My Chest exercises were inspired by Whitney Simmons.  See her workout video below!

Word of the Day:

hamartia– noun

  1. The character defect that causes the downfall of the protagonist of a tragedy; tragic flaw.

In Greek, the word hamartia means “failure, fault, error (of judgement), guilt, sin.

Thanks for joining me for another workout and word of the day!  I will see you shortly in my next post to get caught up!

❤ Alana

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