I’m blogging Sept 5th and today is Sept 5th. Boo-ya. #iliac crest

Note to self:
Never complain about being sore, tired, or that a workout was “hard”.  I can’t stand when others do it, and I refuse to be hypocritical. What I WILL do is say I feel great because I mobilized to keep myself from being brutally sore.  I WILL say “that was a good workout” because I have been blessed enough to be able to workout every day and if it’s “a hard one”.. good.  That “hard workout” is a learning experience to get me to reach my goals.  I WILL NOT admit that I am tired and or complain about it because I am responsible for 100% of my actions.  Being tired is not anyone’s fault but myself.

Breakfast:
3 eggs with salt and pepper
4 pieces of bacon
1 sweet potato

Coached 9:30-10:30am personal on-ramp
Mobilized 10:30-11am
Coached 11:30-1:30pm
Mobilized 2:00-2:20pm

Snack:
blueberry rx’d bar
apple cinnamon kind bar

Afternoon Training:
a. Back squat 12, 8, 6, 4, 20 rest 3min between: 135, 155, 165, 175, 115
b. Standing Press: 4-6×5 @20X1: 85, (5) 85, (6) 85, (5) 85, (4) 85 (4)
C1. 5 HSPU Kipping rest 15sec:
C2. AMRAP strict pull rest 3minx 5: 6, 6, 5, 4

Lunch:
3 eggs with salt and pepper
Sweet potato with mixed peppers
1 pork patty
blueberry rx’d bar

Coached 3:30-7:30pm
Mobilized 7:45-8:15pm

Rest 6+ hours
200m row
10 KB swings 1.5pd
20 burpees
10 KB swings 1.5pd
200m row

100% effort: 3:38
Notes: Row could have gone harder in the first 200m felt like I wasn’t tired enough when I got to the KB swings? Burpees were easy. Unbroken KB swings both sets. Second row was faster than first. Breathing wasn’t an issue.

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