With the return of the baseball season comes the return of the nationally recognized, world famous: soxmuscle.
During my near one year hiatus my life has changed dramatically. I write this from good ole Briscoe Shoemaker, my dorm room on the campus of Indiana University where I am enrolled as a Sports Journalism major.
As far as my training goes, I've been as consistent as ever, but my routines haven't been very well thought out. For example.. I began the year performing a push-pull-legs routine with a fourth day dedicated to my favorite exercise, the deadlift. One push day I'd do dumbells, one day I'd do barbells, one I'd do this exercise and then the next do that exercise. I was loving it, I had so much variety I think it was a shock to my body considering what it had been used to for so long. Nonetheless, I never had any order or any set things that I did. One day I wouldn't have time to go to the main gym, so I'd go to the smaller one and improvise/do random exercises, etc. Again, this isn't a bad thing, it didn't hinder my gains at all, but I think its about time I actually get some order in my life in terms of the gym.
I'm very nervous about switching to only three days per week, I always have been. However, I will be performing cardio, I have intramural softball, and will be doing all sorts of various stretching and cardiovascular exercise that I think I'll end up looking my best.
I've decided on a High Intensity routine, similar to the one I had done before I left this hell hole. Slightly Tweaked.
I've grown to about 5 feet, 7 inches and hover around 150 pounds in weight. For the most part still taking the same supplements with creatine whenever I can remember, and if I need a little energy I pop a VPX Red Line or two and am on my wayward son.
I'm going to bed as soon as I finish up this homework assignment, workout will be tomorrow before my classes start. Alarm set for 6:30, ugh.