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Day to Day Weekly trainig Program

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Nath

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Hi guys & gals

Currently I'm going to the gym with access to the gyms 25m pool, at the moment I'm doing a bit of cardio a bit of weight training & a bit of pool training doing 50m 1min each way so I guess that’s a 2min dynamic???

A bit about my self:
Age, 22
Weight, 89kg
Height, 192cm

I currently have a 3min static
freedive/spearfish at 16m

I'm looking for help cause at the moment I'm going to the gym clue less, I want to loose weight, & just improve pretty much.

So has anyone got a day-to-day gym & pool routine that i could print out on paper that I may be able to borrow of some one. I desperately need everyone’s help.

Thanks heaps

Nath

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