Run Inside

Complete rest day yesterday and went to the 4pm class today.

Warm-up

  • Bottom Squat Hold
  • Dead Hang
  • Couch Stretch
  • Figure 4 Stretch
  • Line drills

Conditioning

21:00 EMOM (alt)

  • 15 Burpees
  • 15 cal Row
  • 8 Jingle Jangles (45′)

Was getting my burpees done in 41-43 seconds every round and kept my pace at about 1,400 cal/hour on the rower. Didn’t feel like running 200 meters outside (I was going to scale to 150 anyway to survive) with the weather and it turned out much nicer to run inside. 🙂

Accessory

3 Sets

  • 10/10 Bulgarian Split Squats (30# DBs)
  • 12 Strict T2B
  • 15 Strict Ring Dips

This was pretty terrible. Had a much tougher time doing multiples today for the toes to bars. I did 3×5 for every round of ring dips.

Hang On After Hangs

Thought about golfing today with the threat of rain tomorrow, but I really had a bunch of work to get done. If it does rain tomorrow I think I’ll hit the gym and try to golf on Friday. Went to the 4pm class today.

Warm-up

  • Dead Hang
  • Bottom Squat Hold
  • 200m Run
  • 15 Hand Release Push-ups
  • 200m Run
  • 15 Pass Throughs
  • 200m Run
  • 30s Handstand Hold

Strength

Shoulder Press

  • 5×45#
  • 5×75
  • 5x5x105

Each rep was with a pause in the bottom so no bounce. Kept it light due to that and with all the push presses coming up.

Conditioning

10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1

  • Push Press (95#)
  • Burpee
  • Hang Power Clean (95#)

Scaled back from the prescribed 115 pounds because I knew I wouldn’t be able to go unbroken with that weight. I wanted to keep the intensity high. Even with the scale back, Michelle still whooped my ass with 75# and I never put the bar down between the cleans and the push presses or broke anything up. I did slow down on my burpees and tried to catch my breath there. Finished in 8:53. Would have been a good workout for bar-facing burpees.

Mobility

2 Sets

  • 1:00/1:00 Banded Samson Stretch

Active Life – Bulletproof Shoulders 13

  • 3 Sets (each arm)
    • 8 Single Arm High Pull (35#)
    • 45s Rest
  • 75s Wall Facing Handstand Hold

Meant to get this in yesterday but got talking and forgot. That HS hold was shaky after all of the shoulder work. Glad it was only a single hold.

2nd Fly High Paul WOD

Later this week will have been a year since our friend’s husband Paul passed so today we did the “Fly High Paul” WOD we came up with last year. Hot and humid again but not nearly as bad as last year.

Conditioning

36:00 Parter AMRAP

  • Parter A – Runs 400m (pace setter)
  • Parter B – Does AMRAP
    • 4 Thrusters (115#)
    • 5 Burpees
    • 81 Jump Rope

** When switching, continue where your teammate left off in the AMRAP.

I worked with TJ and ran first. We decided not to keep track, but it seemed like we were pretty even with Andy and Jason, who got around 23 rounds. I finished up my last run at the end, which was probably my 7th or 8th one. I felt pretty good even on the runs today, which is unusual for something that long.

Beat the Heat

I contemplated golfing today instead of hitting the gym, especially since I’d worked out 5 days in a row already. Friday was just some accessory work and double unders, Saturday was a little squat volume and only a 2 mile run, and Monday wasn’t a very taxing partner workout though. It was going to be another 85 degree day with high humidity so not that fun for golf. There wasn’t any lifting to affect my back, so I planned on going to the 4pm class. After waking up I decided to do 9am instead and get it over with. Will also give me more recovery before working out again on Friday. Tomorrow will be a perfect day for golf with a high of 71.

Warm-up

  • 400m Run
  • 3 Rounds
    • 10 Air Squats
    • 20 Jump Rope
    • 20 Double Unders
  • 400m Run

Already sweating and ditched the shirt before the second run.

Conditioning

E3M – 30:00 (10 Rounds)

  • 15 cal Row
  • 15 Burpees
  • 30 Double Unders

I had to do the math a few times after realizing there were 150 burpees of interval work! The workout description said to log your slowest round, so it was important not to go out too hot and die.

I knew I wanted to pull > 1,200 cal/hour and was probably averaged about 1,300 for the first two rounds. I picked it up slightly and improved my transitions after that. Average was probably 1,400 cal/hour the rest of the way. I held a very steady pace on the burpees through the entire workout, making sure not to speed through that first round. After about 5 rounds, my shoulders would start burning a little bit after 5 burpees, but I kept telling myself to get through them and keep moving. Really happy with how I was able to keep pushing in the second half of this workout. Hard to get much more consistent than I was with my times and it turned out my first round was my slowest! I never missed a dub or that would have become my slowest round.

My times were 2:02-2:01-2:00-2:00-1:59-2:00-2:00-1:59-1:59-1:59. Every round between 1:59 and 2:02 with a total work time of 19:59. Once I got a few rounds in my goal became to not get slower than that first round 2:02.

Maybe it was all of the pizza I ate last night.

Shoulder Shit Show

Legs feel good after squatting yesterday. Went to the 4pm again, but did the Active Life stuff in my garage before heading to the gym.

Active Life – Bulletproof Shoulders 2

2 Rounds

  • 10/10 Single Arm RKB Swing (35#)
  • 10/10 Single Arm Suitcase Deadlift (35#)

Single Arm High Pull

  • 2×6/6 (25#)
  • 10/10 (30#)
  • 10/10 (35#)

Warm-up

  • 200m Run
  • 10 Push Ups
  • 200m Run
  • 15 Shoulder Rolls
  • 200m Run
  • 20 Hollow Rocks

Strength

Push Press

  • 10×45#
  • 6×95
  • 3×125
  • 3×145
  • 3×165
  • 3×185
  • 3×205

Far from the 5×225 (plus cleaning it) I did in January 2017. Maybe could have done 5-10 pounds more today.

Conditioning

21-18-15-12-9

  • Push Press (95#)
  • T2B
  • Burpees

I went 12-9, 10-8, 8-7, 7-5, and 9 on the push presses, knowing that going unbroken from the start would be a bad idea. Of course that weight is going to feel light after the strength reps, but this workout is a lot of shoulders. For the toes to bars I did 6-5-5-5, 5-5-4-4, 5-5-5, and then singles for the 12 and 9. The good news is my shoulder felt pretty good. Actually surprised I was able to get through 11 good sets before dropping to singles, so taking 4 months off the movement didn’t set me back too much. Tried to keep a pretty good pace on the burpees. Finished in 16:18.

Heading out of town in the morning for a golf weekend!

The Don

Went to the 10am.

Warm-up

  • 400m Run
  • 2x
    • 20 Air Squats
    • 10 Pass Throughs
    • 30s Dead Hang

Conditioning

“The Don” – Partner Style

  • 66 Deadlifts (115#)
  • 66 Box Jumps (24″)
  • 66 American Kettlebell Swings (53#)
  • 66 V-ups
  • 66 Sit-ups
  • 66 Ring Rows
  • 66 Thrusters (55#)
  • 66 Wall Balls (20#, 10′)
  • 66 Burpees
  • 66 Double Unders

Partnered with Weston. BTWB said the deadlift should have been 110, which seems like a weird weight. I had to do V-ups instead of knees to elbows and ring rows instead of pull-ups. For the deadlifts, KBS, v-ups, sit-ups, thrusters, and wall balls we each did three sets of 11. For the box jumps, ring rows, and burpees we each did 3 sets of 6 and 3 sets of 5. Dubs were a quick set of 33 each to finish at 22:25

Counting Cals

Golfed yesterday. Went to the 4:30 class today

Warm-up

  • 300m Run
  • Wrist Stretch
  • Front Rack Stretch
  • 10 Shoulder Press (45#)
  • 10 Push Press (45#)
  • 10 Split Jerk (45#)

Weightlifting

Push Press + Split Jerk

  • 3×95#
  • 3×115
  • 2×135
  • 1×155
  • 1×175
  • 1×195
  • 1×215
  • 1×225

Conditioning

21:00 EMOM (alt)

  • 20 cal Row
  • 10 Burpees
  • 10 Ring Rows

I did the ring rows instead of 5 muscle-ups. Had to really push on the rower to get in the 20 cals. Laxed on the burpees after 3 rounds to try to recover a bit. Ring rows were no joke either. Good workout.