meaningful training. intelligent training.
work hard. question everything.
is it worth the cost?
is it making me better?
if not, fucking change it.
400 yd sled pull - in my case tire pull/flip
My makeshift sled has some challenges today. I pulled SO hard ... jk ... I actually have changed tires from the tractor size to a low squatty semi & certainly heavier one, which I am struggling with on this distance. It seems it is just as hard on the rope. It just couldn't hold the friction anymore and I went flying into a sprint ahead! So, I ended up flipping it the remainder of the way.
1-10 MU (scaled to bfly pull-ups & tri push ups)
Ok, so I cried uncle after 7 RNDs of this. Fail, but with good work under my belt. I was stoked about the bfly pull-ups, chin high, good flow, did them unbroken until the 6th round. Tri push was just fine too. DUs were brutal with my fatigued arms. Last two rounds I broke them into sets of 10.
EMOTM 10 min BackSquat @ 90%
Feeling very drained at this point, I took the opportunity to work up on the load.
1-2 @115, 3-4 @ 135, 5-6 @ 145, 7-8 @ 150, 9-10 @ 155
BackSquat 1x20 @ 95# felt so light after that EMOTM until the last 5 ;), shaky
@ CFA Roseville tonight
Box jump 24"