Appreciate the feedback. To follow up, and add some info. I have been battling allergies and an annoying cough since February. I am sure that has something to do with it.
This is what I have managed to "evolve" over the course of three years since I made the point of getting up working out regularly (until recently).
Typical weeks workout 35 - 40 minutes: Usuall start around 5:50 am and end 6:25-6:30 am
Monday: 15 - 20 minutes of stretching. I try to loosen up all muscle groups from the top down, start with neck rolls, arm rolls, chest rolls, trunk flexes and rolls, touch toes, balance on foot while extending other leg and end with knee bends. Monday is with no weights 12 reps each, Tuesday with two pound dumbells in hand 10 reps each , Wednesday with Three pound dumbells in hand 8 reps each, Thursday 5 pound dumbells in hand 6 reps each, and Friday return to Mondays stretching routine.
After daily stretching routine I do the following: 20 lunges, 10 push-up, 20 sit-ups, and finally calf stretches with a 65 lb weights on barbell and finshoff with 5 overhead lifts of the 65lb wieghts. By this time I am primed for my workout of the next 20 minutes or so as follows.
Monday: Usually lift on my bowflex working the tricep area and back muscle groups.
12 reps of what ever excersize I am using to target said muscle group, then
10 reps a little heavier, then
8 reps a little heavier, then
6 reps little hevier
Move onto second target area.
Tuesday: Either treadmill or eliptical 20 minutes. Going faster or adding more reisistance periodically. Begin by walking and ending in running or at about 70% total reisistance.
Wednesday: Repeat Monday, but target Abs and Chest muscles.
Thursday: Repeat Tuesday but if did eliptical then do treadmill or vice-versa.
Friday: Repeat Monday, but target Biceps and Shoulders.
At end of each session I grab my bow and put two arrows into my target while heart rate is up. I have a 12 yard ranges setup in my basement and I was tired of screwing up when the antlers showed up. JPH suggested this a while ago as a simultation of an adrenaline dump and it works pretty good.
Saturday and Sunday: Chores, yard work, Honey Do's or just relax (which usually means hunting, fishing, shooting rifles, hanging stands, or just sitting by the backyard fire pit staring into a camp fire, sipping a drink.)
I am sure I will bounce back, but was afraid that I was slipping into that "It doesn't make a bit of difference" thinking.
Veni, Vidi, Sagittam Mittere, now I'm ready for my nap