All this week I’ve been like a senior on his last week of high school. It never rains like this in Western Colorado but a hurricane that hit the coast of Mexico is slowly making it’s way across the states. After such a dry year we can use the rain but it’s making it hard to train since I do all my training outside.


Got work done on some blog posts I’ve been writing. Rained most of the day and I didn’t do any training.


Had a nice break in the rain and a lot of my gear had gotten wet so I spent the day hanging everything out. Just before the rain started I had inflated my raft to clean it and let it dry out so I could store over the winter. I didn’t get it wrapped back up before the rain. Now two weeks later it was full of leaves and grime. Spent the better part of the day cleaning it out and drying out gear. I also got word that I got the job I bid so I’ll be starting that soon, big remodel project on a house built in the 1920’s.


Rained a lot last night but it stopped by morning, I got up and did the morning routine. No climbing because of rain but did Tuesday’s Circuit.


Rained all morning but cleared up around 3. Did Wednesday’s program in the evening.


Met with the people that own the house I’m going to be working on and discussed the scope of the job. I got the deposit and it came just in time, I ran out of money earlier in the week and I ran out of food today. Only problem was they wrote a check and I didn’t get out of there till 6:30 and the banks were closed. So with a check for a couple grand in my pocket I had nothing for dinner tonight. No food meant no workout but no big deal.


I needed to dig all of my tools out of my storage unit and make room for my raft and kayaks to be stored over winter. I spent the entire day moving and sorting my stuff, plenty of heavy lifting so no routine today.


Rest Day

Circuit of the week

Round 1

  • Split Stance Hammer curl *
  • Sumo Squats
  • Upright Row*
  • Airborne Heisman

Round 2

  • Goblet Squats*
  • Lunges*
  • Cross Body hammer curl*
  • Side Crunches

For descriptions of workouts follow these links







Tai Chi

Equipment Needed:

* Med weight Dumbbells

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