Treb's Trenchant Transgressions

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Re: Treb's Trenchant Transgressions

Post by Trebuchet » Tue Oct 12, 2010 12:03 pm

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Yeah he wrote some good tunes but I am a guitar playa and Gilmour is da man.
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Re: Treb's Trenchant Transgressions

Post by Trebuchet » Thu Oct 14, 2010 9:34 pm

14.10
LCCJ 2x28 7mins=49 (last minute was tough) , 1.5 min rest then 2x24 3mins =27
32kg swings 50/50
pullups , curls , run
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Re: Treb's Trenchant Transgressions

Post by Trebuchet » Tue Oct 19, 2010 10:37 pm

17.10
2x28kg LC 5min=40 then 2x32kg 2min=11 then 2x24 3 min = 27
rest was minimal

19.10
2x28kg jerk set 5mins=50
2x28kg cleans 5 min=60
2x24kg OH holds 2 sets
abs 150 , jump squats from ground 3 sets + 15min run
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Re: Treb's Trenchant Transgressions

Post by Trebuchet » Sun Oct 24, 2010 1:25 am

23.10
test day (Prohodka)
2x28kg LCCJ 10mins = 68 reps
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Re: Treb's Trenchant Transgressions

Post by Trebuchet » Wed Nov 03, 2010 10:17 am

30/10-2/11 Sydney IUKL/IKSA certs ; very comprehensive and professional
4 days of high volume training and theory. Pretty intense at times but as usual Vasily was full of energy and kept everyone enthralled and enthused.
Met some great people and i think Sydney will now take off as a place for KB sport & traditional Russian teaching methods.

Lots of in depth theory for level 3

2/11 after v solid 3-4 hrs training went for the L3 practical test - 24+24 jerks 10minutes , then some fun with Vasily ... (for once , not his idea)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OH_0eg-g ... r_embedded

Then onto the kata - 30 drills/10 reps each eg juggling side to side with 5 variations , BU press 2x16 , alligator crawl forward & back, double snatch , double KB OH squat , double get up situp etc etc. So a "300" workout with considerable preexhaustion! Nasty perhaps, but standards are appropriately challenging.
I passed , as did Ken Lavanda from NSW

Nearly didn't train today (sore) but
3mins 2x28kg alt rack/OH
3mins 2x28kg jerk (9rpm)
3mins 2x32kg jerk(7rpm)
3mins 2x24kg jerk (12rpm)
some assistance ex too

Over summer I may do something different eg3xbw DL before I die , or similar. Who knows , it's all fun & games until you lose a bollock or pop a blood vessel!
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Re: Treb's Trenchant Transgressions

Post by Mickey O'neil » Wed Nov 03, 2010 10:22 am

Trebuchet wrote:Strong work, Treb! Deadlifts are good!



Over summer I may do something different eg3xbw DL before I die , or similar. Who knows , it's all fun & games until you lose a bollock or pop a blood vessel!

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Re: Treb's Trenchant Transgressions

Post by jakeheke » Sun Nov 07, 2010 7:42 pm

Nice set ! You teach to Ginko ,how it goes with fast tempo :megapissed:

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Re: Treb's Trenchant Transgressions

Post by Trebuchet » Fri Nov 12, 2010 9:39 am

8/11 KB stuff + 30min run

10/11

28+28 - 3 position long cycle (hold OH , rack , hang 3 breaths x4rpmx4min)
2min rest
LCCJ 2x28 4min set 8rpm
4min rest
LCCJ 2x32 4min set 6rpm ; most i've done in 1 set for 3 years
some rest
2x24 OH hold max time , 2 sets
pullups 40
dips 40
situps 100
run 15mins

11/11
RH 2x32 3 min
Jerk 2x32 4min=32
Clean 2x28 5min=50
LC 2x24 4 min=41
RH 2x28 6min
Jump sq
run
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Re: Treb's Trenchant Transgressions

Post by Trebuchet » Mon Nov 22, 2010 1:11 am

19.11
2x32 LCCJ 4mins =24 ; 1/2 Jerk 2x20

21.11
2x32 LCCJ 7.5mins =40 (pr)

Have been training since June with only 1 week break , and mentally it's getting tough! Physically am adapting to 32s. OH is no problem, grip is fine , just legs give out. I reckon I can make 10 minutes but not sure if I can score quite enough reps for MS...at this stage
Getting into the gym is the hardest part, that and making time for proper recovery. 32s are the "professionals' weight for a good reason!
Ah well , only 2 weeks to go
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Re: Treb's Trenchant Transgressions

Post by Mickey O'neil » Mon Nov 22, 2010 1:30 am

Congrats on the pr, Treb!

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Re: Treb's Trenchant Transgressions

Post by Trebuchet » Tue Nov 30, 2010 11:01 am

Thanks Michael , it was a lot of fun :rock: :rock:

23.11
LCCJ 2x32kg 3min=18 rest 3" , 2x28kg 3min =24
run 15mins
25.11
LCCJ 2x32kg 4min=24 rest 4" , 2x28 4min =32
run 20mins
27.11
LCCJ 2x28 5min=40
FH 2x(2x32kg) 5min
run30mins
30.11
LCCJ 2x32kg 3min = 21 , 4min rest
Jerk 2x28 4min=40
run 15min , abs , RH/OH

1 more session before comp on 5th
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Re: Treb's Trenchant Transgressions

Post by Dunn » Tue Nov 30, 2010 11:45 am

[quote="Treb"that and making time for proper recovery. 32s are the "professionals' weight for a good reason!][/quote]

Since I made the jump from the 24's to the 32's I completely agree. I was able to follow a 3 on/1 off template while working up to and with the 24s. The 32's just beat me up if I try to go more than three days a week at this point. Good luck at the comp Treb.

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Re: Treb's Trenchant Transgressions

Post by Mickey O'neil » Tue Nov 30, 2010 12:27 pm

Good luck on the comp, Treb. Who's Michael?

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Post by xox » Tue Nov 30, 2010 6:20 pm

Nice one Treb!

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Re: Treb's Trenchant Transgressions

Post by Trebuchet » Tue Nov 30, 2010 11:17 pm

Mickey O'neil wrote:Good luck on the comp, Treb. Who's Michael?
I presumed you weren't christened "Mickey" by your progenitors? O:) I know how you seppos love formality!
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Re: Treb's Trenchant Transgressions

Post by Trebuchet » Wed Dec 08, 2010 5:10 am

5/12

GSAA comp in Melbourne
Pretty warm day but at last the bells felt "light" if that is ever possible with 32s.

LCCJ with 32+32 76kgbw
warmup 2x28 12reps@6rpm ; 2x32 1x5 ; rack hold 2 mins , 2x32 1x5

Got 45 reps in exactly 9 minutes ; CMS level but not MS (needed 53) but given a 5am start , plane flight and running the comp - happy!
Next day did 7hr workshop...for nix...which is why St Peter has given me a lifetime pass through the pearly gates
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Re: Treb's Trenchant Transgressions

Post by Wild Bill » Wed Dec 08, 2010 5:21 am

Trebuchet wrote:Got 45 reps in exactly 9 minutes
Really great result! <<<<q
BTW Don't you think that in biathlon make MS will be easier than in LC?

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Re: Treb's Trenchant Transgressions

Post by Trebuchet » Wed Dec 08, 2010 11:21 am

Wild Bill wrote:
Trebuchet wrote:Got 45 reps in exactly 9 minutes
Really great result! <<<<q
BTW Don't you think that in biathlon make MS will be easier than in LC?
Thanks Bill! So, I should go for the easy MS? Well maybe one day - if I ever get time. Time is the issue, plus opportunity.
It's all good fun though! Problem is , there are many other fun things to do as well. Important not to let KB take over your life , unless they make $$$ for you!
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Re: Treb's Trenchant Transgressions

Post by Mickey O'neil » Wed Dec 08, 2010 12:32 pm

Great work, Treb!

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Post by Wild Bill » Wed Dec 08, 2010 11:05 pm

Trebuchet wrote: Important not to let KB take over your life , unless they make $$$ for you!
Absolutely agree!

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Re: Treb's Trenchant Transgressions

Post by Trebuchet » Mon Jan 31, 2011 5:59 am

31.1
Summertime and the training is laisee faire
Some running , some lifting eg 2x36kg jerks , squats and general shenanigans.
Goals for '11? Keep plugging competitive Kb lifting , shift some stock to pay for my travelling , do this event



and then onto Scotland to view them big stones. Because you only die once.
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Re: Treb's Trenchant Transgressions

Post by Trebuchet » Thu Feb 24, 2011 9:17 am

20/2
Aths track - 4x800m relay race (national postals) ; ran last leg & made up 30m in the last lap but couldn't quite catch the lead guy (young pup , runner). Cold windy day , adversity conditions= O:) Good stuff.

21,2,3/2 training with young son ; he learnt to juggle and is pretty pleased. Comp lifts coming along nicely.

24/2
decided to ease back into the gym today; got some goals but nothing formalised other than the woolsack race in late may(& even that isn't set in stone, though probably)
rack hold 2x32 4 mins ; 2x36 2 mins
jerks 2x32 1x6rpm ; 2x32 1.5x9rpm , 2x20 4x13rpm,1x28 2x12rpm
hang 2 min
dips/pushups on KB,pull/chinups 10/10/10x3 round
150m hill sprint 5x
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Re: Treb's Trenchant Transgressions

Post by Trebuchet » Mon Feb 28, 2011 9:29 am

28/2
juggling 16kg, getting some freaky deaky stuff happening

hammies tight after working over car engine all day saturday
deadlift ; long time no see , worked up to 150kg doubles
40kg jerk 2/2 mins@8rpm x2
hill sprints 5x150m
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Re: Treb's Trenchant Transgressions

Post by Trebuchet » Tue Mar 01, 2011 11:26 am

1.3
2x20 LCCJ 8min@10rpm
2min rest
20kg snatch 8min@24rpm swapping on the minute
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Re: Treb's Trenchant Transgressions

Post by Trebuchet » Tue Apr 05, 2011 10:37 am

2 week diversion into T&F ; call it wtf effect of KBs

26/7.3
Tas State T&F championships
results are mine ,( age adjusted - open equivalent)

60m 8.14 (7.25)
200m 26.09 (22.65)
400m 56.87 (49.8 )
800m 2:19.7 (2.02)
Long jump 5.16 (6.39)

Fairly happy given only a coupla weeks running training , and first long jump since 1979! The GS certainly helps preserve some spring in the step , plus keeps the joints stable (jumps are pretty brutal on the ageing body). Definitely , elastic tissue disappears whether you like it or not. Enjoy it while it lasts.

One wonders what is possible with a full season of training ; very big committment though , esp time wise.
A day off , then back to weights etc
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