Was pretty tired here, just wanted to do some lat/back stuff, let the shoulder rest after dodgeball yesterday. Was still a tad bit sore, hopefully this last bit of rest gets it all the way back to normal
200m: 1, 1 (30.66) 1 oh man did I run too soon after eating
100m: 1, 1
Broad Jump: 9' 1", 9' 1", 9' 1", 9' 1"
Ugh. I gotta start waiting at least 90 minutes after finishing a meal to go, or eat less before I head out. Was trying not to vomit on these, definitely slowed me down. Got a full 800 in at least. Tried broad jumping, legs were dead, but I got some consistent lengths there.
Nice heavy double there at 475. Good stuff. Hit 500 again. Narrowly missed 160, so I had to go back and try it again, got it. REALLY happy with this ECA stack so far, and the results of the last week or so (more on the ECA thing later). Easing back into HPCs as well, as my shoulder gets back to normal.
Things went well, dead bugs back in, lower abdomen is actually starting to feel better...I seem to heal pretty fast considering I don't really take time off when injured. I wonder if I had just taken a week off at the start if it would have gone away entirely. Same with my shoulder. Ah well, I made tons of progress because I didn't take time off, so hard to argue with that. Wanted to try setting a record for rowing, but I was done after all that lower body work.
Bench Press (Paused Reps, No Arch): 225*3 250*1 270*1 280*1
T-Bar Rows: 160*3 170*1 175*1
Push Press: 205*1 225*1 235*1 245*1
DB Rows: 120*7 120*5
Cable Laterals: 20*7 25*7
I wanted to time one, just to see how I did, 36 minutes...not bad. Strength is holding up great here; push pressing went well, and I threw DB Rows in since it's been a while. Used to be my favorite lat exercise before I figured out BB Rows. I feel like I should incorporate them more regardless. Shoulder is feeling pretty good too, which is nice.
Ate waaaaaaaaaaaaay too soon before this. I was easing up at the end of each sprint because I was starting to heave. Not good times. I always worry about getting hungry during a workout, so I end up with the opposite problem, I'm too stuffed for whatever I'm doing. Need to pay attention to the fact that the times I haven't eaten within 60 minutes of the workout/session that I always do better. First timed sessions of the year here, and honestly I'm not that mad; considering the factors here I didn't do too bad. As always, I'm not going off blocks, and I'm doing it from a standing start.
Had something to do yesterday so I couldn't go workout, fit in a sort of double session here. Felt good. As I've noted before, flat benching & Squatting seem to go together well for me. So does deadlifting & bb rowing/incline benching. In fact, look at the HPS numbers....did them as a 3rd set and got a double at 150, then a single at 160! Some day I may go to 3 weighted workouts per week; doing one of each of those types of workouts, and then rotating the 2nd one so that I double up on a session one week, then double up on the other the next.
good times, trying to ease off on the throws so shoulder mends up. Seemed to work out pretty well. I've noticed that as I'm cutting I'm not just dodging better, but my throws have more zip on them for some reason.
Trying to rest right shoulder a bit here, it's realllly close to being back to normal, it's hard for me to rest it though, I hate taking time off if something isn't completely destroyed. Even push press I took it easy with.