Bench Press 300 lbs.
Deadlift 450 lbs.
Perform 33 perfect form chin ups (to beat my grandfather's record of 32 back when he was in the marines)
Perform a perfect front lever pull up
Perform a perfect one armed chin up
Keep bodyweight below 150 lbs
Status as of early December, 2010
Bench Press: 250 lbs.
Deadlift: 2x bodyweight
Chin Ups: Low 20s with perfect form (Need to get in shape for these...I hardly do them anymore)
Front Lever Pull Up: I can hold a front lever position with one leg straight and the other bent, but not both legs straight out.
One Armed Chin Up: I can do a one armed chin up from slightly below a 90 degree angle, but not a dead hang.
Bodyweight: 142, give or a take a pound or 2.
I'm keeping track of my progress because I always like to see the goals and what it took to get there all written out for me. It just gives me a better sense of accomplishment when I look back on everything. Soon I'll post a schedule that I'm going to be using for at least the entire winter to prepare myself for Outdoor Track. I'm hoping to run the 800 meter below 2:05 this year and I'd like to give pole vaulting a go as well. Here's the schedule.
Tuesday: Lift (Upper and Lower Body)
Thursday: Lift (Upper and Lower Body)
Saturday: Lift (Upper and Lower Body)
Updated the schedule! It's a little easier on my body and I should be seeing some good results from it.
I eat pretty well for a teenager who isn't too concerned about nutrition. I stay away from soda and most candies, that's it. Other than that I eat whatever I want whenever I want, which will provide me with enough protein for my body to repair my muscles after workouts. I'm never very sore at all after my workouts (even after consecutive days) but I still gain strength fairly quickly so I'm loving it. I'll have pictures up soon and I'll try to take one every month or so because I want to compare them as I keep improving. Well, that's it, feel free to drop by and say hi or something.