Progress

Measurements:

2nd of May, 2012:

Thighs: 22.0″ — Chest: 38.25″ — Bicep ( Right ): 14.5″ — Bicep ( Left ): 14.0″

12th of July, 2012:

Thighs: 22.25″ — Chest: 39.5″ — Bicep ( Right ): 14.75″ — Bicep ( Left ): 14.25″

23rd of September, 2013:

Thighs: 21.9″ — Chest: 40.1″ — Bicep ( Right ): 14.3″ — Bicep ( Left ): 14.1″

7th of January, 2014:

Thighs: 22.5″ — Chest: 40.9″ — Bicep ( Right ): 14.4″ — Bicep ( Left ): 13.9″

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Overcoming Gravity Workouts : UPDATED 22nd of September, 2013

Freestanding Handstand:

  • Step 1 Wall Handstand: 27s

L-Sit:

  • Step 1 Tuck L-Sit: DONE
  • Step 2 One Leg Bent L-Sit: DONE
  • Step 3 L-Sit:
    • 34s

Planche Pushup:

  • Step 1 Frog Stand: DONE
  • Step 2 Tuck Planche: DONE
  • Step 3 Tuck Planche Pushup:
    • MAX 6.6

Back Lever:

  • Step 1 Tuck Back Lever: DONE
  • Step 2 Advanced Tuck Back Lever:
    • MAX 11s

Front Lever:

  • Step 1 Tuck Front Lever: DONE
  • Step 2 Advanced Tuck Front Lever:
    • MAX 12s

Ring Dips:

  • Step 1 Support Hold: DONE
  • Step 2 Ring Dip Negative: DONE
  • Step 3 Ring Dips: DONE
  • Step 4 Ring L-Sit Dips:
    • MAX 8

One Arm Chinup:

  • Step 1 Rings L-Sit Pullup: DONE
  • Step 2 Rings Wide Grip L-Sit Pullup: DONE
  • Step 3 Rings Archer Pullups:
    • MAX 3 ( Left )
    • MAX 3 ( Right )

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Convict Conditioning Workouts: UPDATED 7th of November, 2012 

Pullup:

  • Step 1 — Vertical Pull — DONE
  • Step 2    Horizontal Pull: DONE
  • Step 3    Jackknife Pull: DONE
  • Step 4   Half Pullup: DONE
  • Step 5   Full Pullup:
    • Beginner: DONE
    • Intermediate: DONE
    • Progression: MAX 12

Bridge:

  • Step 1 — Short Bridge  — DONE
  • Step 2    Straight Bridge: DONE
  • Step 3  Angled Bridge:
    • Beginner: DONE
    • Intermediate: DONE
    • Progression: MAX 12

Handstand Pushup:

  • Step 1    Wall Headstand:
  • Step 2   Crow Stand: DONE
  • Step 3   Wall Handstand: DONE
  • Step 4   Half Hand Stand Pushup
    • Beginner: DONE
    • Intermediate: DONE
    • Progressions: MAX 12

Leg Raise:

  • Step — Knee Tucks — DONE
  • Step 2 — Flat Knee Raises — DONE 
  • Step — Flat Bent Leg Raises — DONE
  • Step — Flat Frog Raise: DONE
  • Step 5    Flat Straight Leg Raise: DONE
  • Step 6   Hanging Knee Raise: DONE  
  • Step 7   Hanging Bent Leg Raise: DONE 
  • Step 8   Hanging Frog Raises: DONE
  • Step 9   Partial Straight Leg Raises:
    • Beginner: DONE
    • Intermediate: MAX 11
Squat:
  • Step — Shoulderstand Squat: DONE
  • Step 2— Jackknife Squat: DONE
  • Step 3   Supported Squats: DONE
  • Step 4   Half Squats: DONE
  • Step 5   Full Squats: DONE
  • Step 6   Close Squats: DONE
  • Step 7   Uneven Squats: DONE
  • Step 8   1/2 One-Leg Squat: DONE
  • Step 9   Assisted One-Leg Squat: SKIPPED
  • Step 10 Pistol Squats:
    • Beginner: DONE
    • Intermediate: MAX: 10
Pushup:
  • Step 1 — Wall Pushup — DONE
  • Step — Incline Pushup — DONE
  • Step — Kneeling Pushup — DONE
  • Step 4— Half PushupDONE
  • Step 5   Full Pushup: DONE
  • Step 6   Close Pushup: DONE
  • Step 7 Uneven Pushup: DONE
  • Step 8   1/2 One-Arm Pushup:
    • Beginner: DONE
    • Intermediate: DONE
    • Progression: MAX 12
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4 thoughts on “Progress

  1. Just found this page. Very useful and a lot easier to visualise your progress with the steps listed like this.

    • Yeah thanks man. WordPress makes it kind of a pain to keep it formatted as I’d like, but I do my best. I need to get it to auto update though! haha

      It is nice to see it visually, as well as graphically, just wish WordPress had some sort of graphics package. It honestly might, but I just havent looked honestly.

      -B

  2. hum I really like how you’ve put all this togheter. Indeed the free version of wordpress lacks many things, You’d need to download wp and install it on a server to start using plugins (idk if there’s a premium version).

    I see you’ve been blogging every workout, now that’s what I call dedication. Keep it up.

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