I noticed it had been a while since I had posted or shared a workout. I will begin to share my workout every day so whoever is reading this can follow along. When I first moved to Colorado I had just started the Smolov Squat Routine. I will assume you don’t know what it is, but in short this is a squat program designed to increase your squat max 50-75 lbs in 15 workouts every other day. About 3 days after moving everything into our apartment we found a gym. Every other day has been squat day and I’m loving it! My squat was my worst lift for a long time. I’d always have an excuse for not doing it or not going heavy. The days I’m not doing squats I’m either doing chest and triceps day or Shoulders, Back and biceps day. My next post will be a workout list for my training today and then a new one for each workout everyday.
About three weeks ago I had to pack everything I owned in boxes. Load it into a large U-haul truck and then drive sixteen and a half hours across the country. For the past three weeks I’ve been living in an apartment. Needless to say, I’d rather be in a house. I’m going into my senior year of high school and I have now had to say by to all of the people and friends I’ve known for most of my life. Moving wasn’t easy at first. The thought of leaving everything familiar behind as a high schooler was scarier the closer to the moving date we got. Moving is a simple concept. Pack your stuff, take it from point A to point B and then unpack it. It’s the little details that get to you after the fact and during it. I’m looking forward to attending Golden High School and meeting new people. I only hope I can find as good of friends as I had back in Indiana.