Thursday, March 21

Although I didn’t realize this until I posted results in MyWod, I achieved a press 5RM one year and one day ago. And then today. I gave it away, didn’t I?

Establish 5RM

I completed sets of 5 @ 65, 75, 85, 95, 105, 115, & 127, a 1# PR. I’m confident I could’ve gone heavier, but I decided to leave that for another day.

35 strict L-set C2B pull-ups & BoR (matching reps each round)

I began with 7 unbroken reps, completed 3 reps rounds 2 & 3 and the last 2 rounds, and completed 4 reps the remaining rounds. You do the math, because I don’t feel like it.

10 forward & backward lunges

I knew I needed to work out some of the soreness in my legs. Ouch to lunges.

Jeff and I travel to PA to celebrate my mother’s 85th birthday. What fun!

Sunday, March 24

20-min AMRAP
3 strict weighted (25#) ring dips
5 strict weighted HRPUs
11 weighted air squats

Oh. Em. Effing. Gee. That was challenging! I set a goal to complete 20 rounds, knowing that I’d slow down as my muscles fatigued. I completed all activities in unbroken reps through round 15, and was completing single dips and pushups by the final round. Well, at the very least I did all rounds of squats in unbroken reps.

Score = 20 rounds + 9 reps

Average heart rate was 157 bpm. Yup, ’twas a gasser.

Monday, March 25

I worked out at 11, after walking Luke and attending a TC. Work has been busy as of late, and I’m currently juggling 4 “jobs.” Holy shit.

20 RFT
5 strict and unbroken K2E
1 DL, 245#
10-second handstand hold

Not aerobically challenging, but a good workout nonetheless.

I took a little less than 20 minutes.

Tuesday, March 26

100-80-60-40-20 sprinting singe unders
50-40-30-20-10 Abmat sit-ups

Annie-esque. A time of 9:54 and average heart rate of 167 bmp. That should tell you that I worked continuously and intensely.

50 RFT
R-leg step-up and step-down
L-leg step-up and step-down
Box jump with l- and r-leg step-downs on odd- and even-numbered rounds, respectively.

An average of 142 bpm, so another aerobically challenging workout. Aaaaand, my arms are still sore from Sunday’s workout.

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