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Rskingdom on February 4, 2020 at 2:10 am · in reply to: Senior season approaching… need help with my workout plan. #236475
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Years ago I had a training journal here as I was competing post collegiate. You can find it here if you’re bored – https://elitetrack.com/forums/topic/josh-hurlebaus-400m-training-journal/
After 6 (I think) years, I have decided get back into training.
In the years since posting, I have since:
- Graduated from WVU with my MS in Coaching
- Gotten married
- Stopped training for anything.
- Had our first child, Finn. He is a complex congenital heart patient who is just about to have his 3rd surgery ( as of 8/1/2020).
With Finn’s health being overall good (all things considered) and my life in a place where I can dedicate time to training, I figured I should start a journal to keep myself honest and accountable.
- Weight- 188lbs
- Height- 6’1″ ( I don’t imagine this changing lol)
- PC- 245
- Vertical- 26 inches
For my gym/facilities I have:
- Olympic platform/bar/hex bar/bumper plates
- Squat rack/bench/etc
- Homemade flywheel (the OKbox)
- Pulley machine/isolation machine
- Treadmill/rower/spinbike/upright climber
- Back extension
- Heavy bag/speed bag/sparring bag
- 8/12/15lb medballs
- kettlebells from 25-60lbs
- Exergenie that I will use for resisted sprints when its time
- I live on a hill
I will be using the Push Strap to keep track of lifting metrics. I won’t be timing sprints until much further into training.
Hopefully the speed is still somewhere deep within. I’m looking forward to this journey into having less of a dad bod and more of a father figure. Beware of horrible dadjokes within.Josh Hurlebaus on August 2, 2020 at 5:22 pm · in reply to: Josh Hurlebaus Masters Training Log #236611
Recovery day today after testing yesterday.
I also had some yard work I needed to do, so after mowing and weed whacking, I did a very light warm up followed by:
- 3 sets of 30 second iso holds
- Deep lunge
- hip thrust
- mid push up
- mid pullup
- 10 min of crawls/walks
- bear crawl, spidermans, walking lunges, crab walks, duck walks, lateral crouch walks, walking tow touches, inch worms
- Foam rolling
Depending on sleep tonight, tomorrow will either be another light day or day 1 of high int.
My training isn’t going to look like it had in the past due to time constraints. My wife works opposite shifts than I do, so anytime she’s home we prioritize time together. I also have a kid, plus have been helping take care of my mom after her heart attack in the spring.
I may have to get creative with my workouts to hit the components I want to while only having 60-90min available per day.Josh Hurlebaus on August 3, 2020 at 11:57 am · in reply to: Josh Hurlebaus Masters Training Log #236612
My current thoughts for my first block of training while also being a good parent/husband are:
Monday- Sprint, multijumps, olympic lifts
Tuesday – Rowing/vertical climber, bb
Wed- Jump circuit, medball, recovery
Thursday- Off/Date night
Friday – Sprint, multijumps, Oly/Squat/Bench, multithrows
Saturday – Row/Climb, MB, yard work (general strength if yard/house is good)
Sunday – off/ yard work
This would be 3-5 weeks depending on how things are progressing.
I want to lift more, but I’m also not in great shape at the moment. I might keep this set up short, 3-4 weeks, and then be more aggressive for the remainder of GPP.Josh Hurlebaus on August 3, 2020 at 2:11 pm · in reply to: Josh Hurlebaus Masters Training Log #236614
Currently I want to open up competition in early January. I’m hopeful that there will be some semblance of a collegiate season, but who knows if they will accept unattacheds at this point. If they don’t, I will organize private practice competitions with some local masters athletes.</p>
If they accept clubs I’ll re-register my club to compete if needed.
Then after indoor, I wouldn’t compete again until May due to WI weather and would hit a few of the open/masters meets in June and July.
Josh Hurlebaus on August 3, 2020 at 11:36 pm · in reply to: Josh Hurlebaus Masters Training Log #236616
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Speed day. Wanted to do hill, but k<span class=”” title=”Edited”>iddo went down a little late for hills today. Had to modify with my treadmill which is permanently unplugged and at max incline. @hurleboss on IG for video
3x standing broad jump tests. Best was 9’6″, which is depressing
6x treadmill push sprints complexed with low amplitude single leg multijumps
4×3 single “hurdle” hops
4×4 powercleans @ 185
4×5 weighted pullups</span>Josh Hurlebaus on August 4, 2020 at 11:06 pm · in reply to: Josh Hurlebaus Masters Training Log #236617
Day 2 for the season of Dad Speed- low intensity and zero impact to recover from yesterdays high intensity day. Should be feeling good for tomorrow’s jump circuits and medball work
8×1 min on 1 min off on the rower
3x Set A (first vid) with 90 sec rest
2x Set B (second vid) with 90 sec rest
Set A: 5x fat grip deadlifts, 8x landmine press, 8x pullup
Set B: 8x tbar row, 8x dips,8x glute ham raise
This first block of training is definitely a systems check, of sorts. It’s been awhile, so I’m looking at this as me being at T-20min. We’re checking the sensors and going through our checks before we detach and get ready for liftoff.
After this block I’ll test and settle on a plan for the fall/winter. Hopefully we’ll have news on if there will be any meets this winter by then.