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Senior product log #3
By: Brian levy
Wednesday, March 8 3:45-5:00 1 hour and 15 minutes
Activity: I helped my trainee, Corey Bible, with learning better nutrition and dieting. I helped him with learning electrolytes, proteins, proper water intake and what he should be trying to avoid. I also helped him with collective safety issues and awareness's.
Commentary: Due to past issues and medical issues, I couldn't train by CrossFit anymore. So I decided to help out and train one of my friends to learn CrossFit and get into a better health diet. This was a struggle, because he doesn't really eat healthy so he has to change his diet completely.
Me talking to Corey about weights. We were in my garage.
Thursday, March 9 3:45-5:45 2 hours
Activity: I had a day set up to test his limits and strengths, how much he could max, how fast he was, and making sure he knew how to stretch. We started out with stretching and then we moved onto his speed. I made him do a 200 yard dash and see how fast he was. Then we went inside and did maxes on bench, deadlifts, power cleans, front squats, back squats and how many pull ups he could do. Then we winded down with some more dietary talk.
Commentary: Was a successful day of teaching Corey. He has a well condition and is actually managing CrossFit transition fairly admirable. Learning maxes is always a challenge for anyone, because you don't know how far you can push yourself before you could possible injure yourself.
Me timing his 200 yard dash. We are in my street.
Friday, March 10th 3:45-5:30 1 hour and 45 minutes
Activity: Today was a typical day of training for Corey. We had another friend over, and he also trained with Corey. We worked on core, arms, back, and legs. I made them do 10 minutes on the row, followed by 4 sets of 6 deadlifts, back squats, pull ups, box jumps, and 1 minute and 30 seconds on the jump rope. They had 30 second resting periods during each set.
Commentary: I feel like I pushed them a bit much just for starting out, but CrossFit is a very hard exercising sport and it is very difficult. My facilitator told me that it would be a very difficult process and would need time and effort to get into. I also fell ill, again, and was forced to keep my distance from them due to medical issues.
Me showing them some stretches. We were in my driveway.