Orgasm While You Exercise


Yes I orgasm, during the “Captain’s Chair Knee Raises.’  They are great for your lower and upper abs, as well as your obliques, if you maintain a twisting motion as well.  I do them at a slow place, and by 15-20 I am near a very small orgasm.  Feels great, and modivates you to do more work for your hard to reach, lower abs. ;D  Sometimes crossing my ankles helps too.

I even asked my girl, who is an instructor, if it is possible to obtain an orgasm during concentration in Bikram.

“I’d be a millionaire, if I could sell that class!”

xoxo

Kristie

Animated Plyometric Exercise


I found these animations on line.  Check them out!

Lower Body Plyometric Exercises (Low Intensity)

Squat jumpSquat Jumps
1. Stand with feet shoulder-width apart, trunk flexed forward slightly with back straight in a neutral position.
2. Arms should be in the ready” position with elbows flexed at approximately 90.
3. Lower body where thighs are parallel to ground and immediately explode upwards vertically and drive arms up. Do not hold a squat position before jumping up keep the time between dipping down and jumping up to a minimum.
4. Land on both feet. Rest for 1-2 seconds and repeat
Prior to takeoff extend the ankles to their maximum range (full plantar flexion) to ensure proper mechanics.

Jump to boxJump to Box
1.Stand facing box with feet slightly wider than hip-width apart.
2.Lower body into a semi-squat position and immediately jump up onto box. Do not hold a squat position before jumping up keep the time between dipping down and jumping up to a minimum.
3. Feet should land softly on box. Step back down (not jump back down) and repeat.

Lateral jump to boxLateral Jump to Box
1. Stand side on to box with feet slightly wider than hip-width apart.
2. Lower body into a semi-squat position and jump up onto box. Do not hold a squat position before jumping up keep the time between dipping down and jumping up to a minimum.
3. Feet should land softly on box. Step back down (not jump back down) and repeat.


Lower Body Plyometric Exercises (Moderate Intensity)

Split squatsSplit Squat Jumps
1. Stand with feet hip width apart. Take left leg and step back approximately 2 feet standing on the ball of back foot.
2. Feet should be positioned at a staggered stance with head and back erect and straight in a neutral position.
3. Lower body by bending at right hip and knee until thigh is parallel to floor then immediately explode vertically.
4. Switch feet in the air so that the back foot lands forward and vice versa.
Prior to takeoff extend the ankles to their maximum range (full plantar flexion) ensure proper mechanics.

Tuck jumpsTuck Jumps
1. Stand with feet shoulder-width apart, knees slightly bent, with arms at sides.
2. Jump up bringing knees up to chest.
3. Land on balls of feet and repeat immediately.
4. Remember to reduce ground contact time by landing soft on feet and springing into air.

Lateral box push offsLateral Box Push Offs
1. Stand to side of box and place the left foot on top of box.
2. Push off the box using the left leg only and explode vertically as high as possible. Drive the arms forward and up for maximum height.
3. Land with right foot on the box and left foot on the ground to the other side of the box.
4. Repeat from this side.

BoundingBounding
1. Jog into the start of the drill for forward momentum.
2. After a few feet, forcefully push off with the left foot and bring the leg forward. At same time drive your right arm forward.
3. Repeat with other leg and arm
4. This exercise is an exaggerated running motion focusing on foot push-off and air time.

Bounding with ringsBounding with Rings
1. Jog into the start of the drill for forward momentum.
2. After a few feet, forcefully push off with the left foot and bring the right leg forward. At same time swing left arm forward and land into the first ring, which is 3-4 feet out and to the left, with the right foot.
3. Continue and repeat with other leg and arm into the second ring, which is now 3-4 feet up and to the right.
4. This exercise is an exaggerated running motion focusing on foot push-off and air time.

Box drill with ringsBox Drill with Rings
1. Stand with feet slightly wider than hip-width apart with your body facing the first ring.
2. Hop forward using both feet and land in first ring.
3. Now hop to the left and land in the ring to the side. Now jump backwards to land in ring behind you. Finish by jumping to your right to land in final ring.
4. Rest and repeat. Remember to keep ground contact time between bounds to a minimum.Hurdle Jumps

Lateral hurdle jumpsLateral Hurdle Jumps
1. Stand beside object to be cleared.
2. Bring knees up and jump vertically but also laterally off ground and over the barrier.
3. Land on both feet and immediately jump the other direction over barrier.
4. Try not to pause between jumps or sink down into a squat position.


Lower Body Plyometric Exercises (High Intensity)

Zigzag hopsZigzag Hops
1. Stand to the left of an agility ladder or similar object approximately 1-2 feet away.
2. Forcefully push off both feet and land the on the other side of the ladder.
3. Repeat and land feet back on the other side, continue repeating and so on down the ladder.4. Do not “double hop” upon each landing and keep ground contact time to a minimum.

Single Leg Tuck Jump
This is the same as the tuck jump exercise above only one leg is used. Upon landing another jump is performed immediately with minimal ground contact time and with the same leg for the desired number of repetitions. This is repeated for the other leg after a rest period. Single leg plyometric exercises are typically more advanced and require greater strength and balance. They are suitable for sports were a takeoff is completed on one leg.

Single leg lateral hopsSingle Leg Lateral Hops
1. Start by standing on one leg with your hands on your waist or at your sides.
2. Proceed to hop to the side while maintaining your balance and hop back to the starting position.
3. You can place a rope on the ground or any object on the ground. The object can be small in size and height or large to increase difficulty.
4. Repeat continuously.

Depth jumpsDepth Jumps
1. Stand on box with toes close to edge, feet shoulder width apart.
2. Step off (do not jump off) box and land on both feet. Immediately jump up as high as possible and reach up with both hands towards. The jump should be vertical with no horizontal movement.
4. Ground contact time should be short unlike in the diagram. Landing should be soft.Note: Start with a box height of 30cm (12in). Intensity can be increased by gradually increasing the box height to a maximum of 107cm (42in) but this is only for experienced athletes with a substantial strength training background.

xoxo

kristie Manning

New Super Set Routine. Sexy Legs and Glutes


I didn’t finish this routine because I hurt my knee.  Something minor perhaps from muscle imbalances in my body.

30 mins high intensity cardio level 15/10 interval ellipticals

30 mins low intensity cardio bicycles

Leg 5 power  sets + burn out

Squats. (bar)
Bar x 20
10 lbs x18
20 lbs x 15
50 lbs x 12
70 lbs x 10 + bar (burnout)
Lunges

Bar x 20
10 lbs x18
20 lbs x 15
50 lbs x 12
70 lbs x 10 + bar (burnout)

Leg press

180 lbs x20

190 lbs x18

200 lbs x 15

210 lbs x 12

220 lbs x 10 + 180 lbs burn out

Leg extension + curls (Circuit)

30 lbs x 20
40 lbs x 18
50 lbs x 15
60 lbs x 12
70 lbs x 10 + burnout 30 lbs

Dead lifts (hams)

20 lbs x 20
30 lbs x 18
40 lbs x 15
50 lbs x 12
60 lbs x 10 + burn out 20 lbs

1 legged squats
5 sets of 20 per leg

1 legged ham curls
5 sets of 20 burn out light weight (10 lbs)

Stair jump ups (explosives)
5 sets of 20

Standing Calf Lifts

160 lbs x 20
170 lbs x 18
180 lbs x 15
190 lbs x 12
200 lbs x 10 + 150 lbs burn out

Butt lifts: 25 lbs plate on pelvis
5 sets of 20
slow 1-2 count, isolate 3, down 4-5 count. Repeat

Leg adduction + abduction ( ladies don’t want big thighs so stick to light )
5 sets of 20 @ 30/40 lbs
slow 1-2 count, isolate 3, down 4-5 count. Repeat

Leg aerobics

5×20 side leg lifts + pumps + sweeps circuit

5×20 downward facing leg lifts + glute lifts

10 min yoga stretches

Back and Shoulders Routine. Transitioning to Power Lifting.


I am starting to lift heavier now.  So here is my heavy 3 set 12 reps routine for now.  When this gets easier, I’ll bump up to 3 sets of 15.  Then eventually 5 sets.  Until I can raise the weight to 3 sets of 10 at a heavier weight and so on.  The goal is to be maxed out at 5 sets of 15.

Warm up Pull ups 8×3
Rows 60 lbs 12×3
Lat pull downs 70 lbs 12×3
Shoulder freeweights warm up
Side raises + front raises + shoulder press + flys circuit
10 lbs 12×3
Russian dead lifts  40 lbs 12×3
Wide grip pull downs 70 lbs 12×3
Shoulder press 30  lbs 12×3
Rear delt flys 30 lbs 12×3

Legs Routine Day 1


I got offered to do some group classes at Powerhouse Gym today.  Looks like I’m going to get re-certified and start training again!  Look forward to it!  That means I want to do the figure bikini contest @ Paradise Cup this November.  TIme to get serious about training and diet.  No more smoking.  And slowing down on the drinking!

10 mins warm up yoga stretches

45 minutes intense interval cardio

60 minutes weight lifting legs

Leg curl + extensions
30 lbs x 30
40 lbs x 20
50 lbs x 10
Burn out 30 lbs

Squat
40 lbs x20
60 lbs x20
80 lbs x15
100 lbs x10
120 lbs x10
80 lbs burnout

Leg press
140 lbs x20
180 lbs x15
200 lbs x10

Hip adduction/abduction
30 lbsx20x3 4 count + explosive

Downward facing twists (hams)
20×3

1 legged lunges
20×3

Butt lifts
25 lbs x20x3

15 minutes floor aerobics legs

10 mins yoga stretches cool down

Workout 4:1 Chest and Tris + Abs


More modivation to get in the gym!

  • Warm up with some Bikram Yoga stretches.
  • 15 minutes of intense eliptical cardio

CHEST

Warm up:
pec deck fly
3 sets
20-15x, 30-12, 40-10x

Incline dumb bell press
4 sets
15-15x, 20-12x, 10x, 10x

Flat dumb bell fly
10-15x, 12.5-12x, 15-10x

Flat bench press
2 sets
Warm up: Bar(45)-10x
Rest pause: bar-6/5/4=15
•Tempo- 4 second negatives with explosive positives
•Rest interval- 30 second rest between cumulative sets or 10-12 deep breathes
•1min deep stretching upon completing last set

Machine Chest Press
3 sets
20-15x, 30-12x, 40-10x

TRICEPS

Machine Dips
3 sets
40-20x, 50-15x, 60-10x

Laying triceps extensions
3 sets
20-15x, 12x, 10x

Rope Extensions
3 sets
20-15x, 12x, 10x

ABS

Decline Crunches
3 sets-10x

Lying Leg Raises
3 sets-10x

Workout 3: Arms


Modivation to work harder.
I did this routine w/ my personal trainer, Mr. David Baptista.  Thank You David!
Arms
super set
Skull Crushers (lying tricep extensions)
Barbell Curls (standing)                        3 Sets 20lbs-15x, 30lbs-12x, 10x
      
 
super set
Machine Tricep Extensions                  3 Sets  30lbs-20x, 40lbs-15x, 50lbs-10x
Machine Preacher Curls                       20lbs-15x,10x,10x
 
super set
Rope Extension                                        3 Sets  30lbs-20x, 40lbs-15x, 50lbs-10x-burnout
Incline Dumb Bell Curls                       10lbs-20x, 15x, 10x
 
Bench Dips (bodyweight)                     3 Sets  15x, 10x, 8x
 
Abs
 
Decline Crunches                               3 Sets 10x
 
Lying Leg Raises                                 3 Sets 10x

My Workout 2:2: Legs


Please refer to my first leg workout, 2.

I warmed up with my bikram yoga stretches

Elipticals Interval Setting
30 mins
(1st interval) Level 5 Ramp, Resistance 1
(2nd interval) Level 10 Ramp, Resistance 8

Bicycles Interval Setting
15 mins
(Interval 1) Resistance 8
(Interval 2) Resistance 4

Squats
20 Reps, 10 lbs plate + bar (45 lbs)
12 Reps, 25 lbs
8 Reps, 35 lbs
20 Reps, 10 lbs (burn out, fast pace)

I added Lunges AND Sumo Squats to the routine.

Lunges
20 Reps, 10 lbs plate + bar (45 lbs)
15 Reps, 25 lbs
10 Reps, 35 lbs
20 Reps, 10 lbs burn out (face pace)

Sumo Squats

20 Reps, 15 lbs free weight
15  Reps, 20 lbs
10 Reps, 25 lbs
20 Reps, 15 lbs (burn out, fast paced)

Leg Press Machine

20 Reps, 160 lbs
15 Reps, 180 lbs
10 Reps, 200 lbs
20 Reps, 140 lbs (burn out fast paced)

Leg Curl\Leg E-xtensions
20 Reps, 40 lbs
15  Reps, 50 lbs
10 Reps, 60 lbs
20 Reps, 30 lbs toes forward, inward and outward on hamstring exercise (20 each)

Stretch your hamstrings good because they should be nice and tight now

Good mornings
20 Reps, 30 lbs
15 Reps, 40 lbs
10 Reps, 50 lbs

Seated calf extensions instead of standing.  This focuses more on calves.
80 lbs 20 straight, pointed out, pointed in,
100 lbs 15 ”  ”  ”

Hip adduction  abduction
30 lbs (slow 4 count negatives)
3 sets of 20
Coming back in, my legs are shaky and I get really tired by the second set.  This is a great exercise to improve on.

I added Butt lifts also.
25 lb plate
squeeze knees inwards when lifting
3 sets 20 reps

Tri lift, press, and sweeps
3 sets 20

Glute lifts straight n bent knee
4 sets 20

 

What I want my ass to look like. LOL!

xoxo

Kristie

My Work Out: Workout 1:2 Back and Shoulders


This is similar to my other work out, workout 1.  Except I cut out the push ups and pull ups and added Russian Dead Lifts.  I forget to do pull ups at the beginning and I really think it’s ineffective if you do it at the end. 

I started with 30 mins of intense level 10 cardio

She has a perfect back. 

Row/Lat Pull Down Circuit Style

40 lbs -20
50 lbs -15
60 lbs – 10
30 lbs burn out (about 20)

total weight: 2,750 previous total weight: 3,360

I did 5 sets my first time because I was flirting with how much I was capable of lifting.  this time  I only did 3 sets, so next time I will aim to lift higher thant 2,750

Shoulder Warm Ups: Side Raises, Front Raises, Butterflies, Shoulder Press, Circles (20)
5 lbs Free Weight
3 sets of 10

Total Weight: 660  Total Previous Weight: 300

Shoulder Press Machine

20 reps at 20 lbs
15 reps at 30 lbs
10 reps at 40 lbs
burn out at 10 lbs (about 15)

Total Weight: 1400 Previous Total Weight: 1,460

again my previous weight was more, that’s because I did more sets.
Refer to my first routine.

Standing Rows, clean, double press

15 at 20 lbs
10 at 30 lbs
3 at 40 lbs (40 lbs got a little heavy)

Total Weight:  720 Previous Total Weight:  720

Hopefully I will build up to 40 lbs sets.

Fly Rear Delt Machine

20 reps at 20 lbs
12 reps at 30 lbs
8 reps at 40 lbs
burn out at 10 (appx. 20)

Total Weight: 1280 Previous Total Weight: 1240

Wide Grip Pull Downs

20 reps at 30 lbs
15 reps at 40 lbs
12 reps at 50 lbs
10 reps at 60 lbs
burn out at 30 lbs (appx 20)

total weight: 3000 previous total weight: 2710

Russian Dead Lifts

12 reps with the bar (about 40) 
10 reps with 10 lbs
8 reps with 25 lbs
Burn out with bar  (10)

total weight:  1900

Work Out 2: Legs


Instead of 1 hour of cardio, I did 20 minutes of intense level 10 cardio

I did a few yoga stretches for 5 minutes and stretched my legs really good

I just changed back to a pyramids routine (starting light and adding more weight each set.) So, I am experimenting with weights and seeing how much I can do and how much is too easy.  Some exercises I stay at one weight, and some exercises I do more sets than what is necessary.  What is a burn out at the end of my heaviest weight?  After your last lift, drop it down to a very light weight and do as many lifts as you can until you are sore and tight.  This burn out will maximize your muscle fail.  My next leg workout will begin to be more  consistent than this one. 

Squats

20 reps bar
15 reps 5 lbs plates
12 reps 10 lbs plates
10 reps 25 lbs plates
8 repts 35 lb plates
burn out bar

Next time I will try, 20:bar, 15:10 lbs 12: 15 lbs 10: 25 lbs 8: 35 lbs 6: 40/45 lbs (with a spot), burn out bar

Leg Press

20 reps 80 lbs
15 reps 100 lbs
12 reps at 120 lbs
10 reps at 140 lbs
10 reps at 160 lbs
8 reps at 180 lbs
6 reps at 200 lbs
burn out at 100 lbs

next time I will aim to do 20 at 140, 15 at 160, 12 at 180, 10 at 200, 8 at 220, 6 at 240 burn out at 120/140

Leg Curl and Leg Extension Circuit (Hams and Quads)

20 at 20 lbs
15 at 30 lbs
12 at 40 lbs
10 at 50 lbs
8 at 60 lbs
6 at 70 lbs
burn at 30 lbs

next time I will aim to do 20 at 30 lbs, 15 at 40 lbs, 12 at 50 lbs, 10 at 60 lbs, 8 at 70 lbs, burn at 30 lbs

Good Mornings
25 lbs free weights
3 sets of 12

next time I will use a bar instead of free weight.  20 at 20 lbs, 15 at 30 lbs, 12 at 40 lbs, 10 at 50 lbs, 8 at 60 lbs, burn out at 20 lbs.

Calf extension
180 lbs
3 sets of 10

next time I will aim for 20 at 120, 15 at 140, 12 at 160, 10 at 180, 8 at 200, burn out at 100/120.  I have really strong calves.

Hip adduction/abduction circuit
3 sets of 20, very slow (4 count)
very light, only 30 lbs

I use to do a lot of these at heavier weights but my legs are pretty big now where I want them to be.  Using heavy weights will make your thighs big.  If this isn’t what you want, which I think most women don’t, then go very light and go slow other ways you are going to end up with thunder thighs. 

I do these lying on the ground.  There aren’t really names for them.  But I lay on my side, and I lift my leg up, press it downwards, and sweep outwards as well.  All 3 exercises without stopping.  By the 2nd set you are burning pretty bad.  Repeat on both sides.
3 sets of 20

I found this picture of the leg sweeps and leg lifts, but the 3rd is pulling your knees upwards towards your chest, then squeezing out pointing your toes back down.

There aren’t really names for these either.  I get on all fours and on my knees and lift one leg.  The second exercise consists of bending at the knee and a higher lift, hitting your glutes.
3 sets of 20

I do this first with a straight leg, then next with a bent leg.  This will burn and slim you up good.

Don’t forget to stretch good. You’re going to be sore.