Training Log: Entry 2215
Yoke/reverse prowler drag medley 50'
50 minutes of 320 yoke/100lb keg on prowler
Notes: So the warm-up went ok, and then I put 320 on the yoke (which used to be my second warm-up) and it felt like a million pounds. I was slow as hell, and my knee ached a bunch. Thankfully, it was the top of the knee rather than the surgical site, so I pressed on. Rather than upping the weight, I did what I tell everyone else to do; get fast with light weights before I try to get fast with heavy weights. I did over a dozen runs before I finally started to remember how to move with a yoke again, and towards the end I was finally starting to feel a LITTLE fast. The sled wasn't terrible, but I picked up a few tricks while I was at it. Along with choppy feat, I need to keep my head up the whole time. When I look down at the weight, it puts my weight forward, but when I keep my head up, my weight falls back, which allows me to use my weight on the sled. I was moving faster toward the end than I was at the beginning.
Woke up at 190.0. Cheat meal was 4.5 slices of a local thin crust pizza loaded with tons of meat.