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Fitness Cycling Over 60 | 11 miles | X3 Bar w39 w/o2

Just completed my workout #2, 1st pull day of week 39. I felt pretty strong today. I am definitely more “comfortable doing deadlifts than when I first began this journey. Being an exercise I had very little – let’s just say no – experience with prior to X3 Bar, I have been very careful. I injured my lower back almost 40 years ago as an ironworker. I was very concerned that this would not be good for it. Now I think X3 Bar has saved my low back. I still have a great deal of pain between my shoulder blades, a residual consequence of the low back injury. My hope is that bent rows and overhead press will eventually help that.
This was my first bicycle ride of the month. I forgot to turn Mapmyride on until I was about 5 miles into the ride. Based on previous rides this was probably 11.25 miles or thereabouts.

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Week 39 Workout 2
Reps (goal 15-25)
-Dead Lift is 33×240 (dk gry) diminishing range to fatigue
-Chest Row 30×160 (lt gry) diminishing range to fatigue
-Bicep Curls  25×80 (lt gry) diminishing range to fatigue
-Heel Raises 40×240 (dk gry+straps) diminishing range to fatigue
-Pull aparts 0x50  (wht) diminishing range to fatigue

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Hey! I created a new team on an app called Charity Miles. They have sponsors who pay 10 cents per mile for cycling and 25 cents per mile for walking or running to the charity you select. I selected the Wounded Warrior Project. My team is @Christians_Care. We now have 21 members on our team and have donated over 6000 miles. I invite you to join me.

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