Training Log: Entry 2178
(3) Axle mat pulls
3x516 (dead stop)
10x426 (touch and go)
Notes: Completely forgot that I trained like 9 hours before this. First thing in the morning, minimal food, very happy with the outcome. This was probably the most valuable lesson I learned from this injury; how to perform the best at my CURRENT state, rather than fixating on always trying to hit the same numbers no matter what. I know that, as long as I apply the same amount of effort, I'll see progress.
On a grip strength PR, I was able to do all 5 reps of 246 double overhand. Broke out the straps after that. Normally I'm only good for a triple.
GHR sit ups
Buffalo Bar squats
Notes: Thinking about calling this one "No one rides for free". Wanted to see how many reps I could get for 370, was disappointed in 4, so deciding I was going to double it for the next set. From there, I kept adding 2 to the initial rep count and doubling it on the next, so basically the low rep set is punching the ticket to for the high rep ride. This was a total asskicker; highly recommend for those looking for a challenge. Noticed that it was really my legs taking the beating today. Normally, I just squat with whatever gets me there, but it seemed like my legs were taking all the weight. Probably good for them.
General notes: Woke up at 196.4. Still sweating off the effects of my trip to the buffet.