Long Jumps: 13' 1" 12' 4" 12' 2"...still working on timing here...keep stopping at stripe then jumping
Broad Jump: 9' 3" 9' 3"
Still pretty tired, I think it's time for an off-week. On long jumps I never really thought about how much work goes into timing things. I keep hitting the board, stopping basically, and then jumping which kills my momentum. I can't really uncork a good jump because I'm constantly worried about if I'm hitting the board with the wrong foot, etc.
Tried this 'ladder' thing where you take like 90 seconds rest between these sprints....My hamstrings were having none of it. It was somewhat warm, raining, humid..not fun conditions for running in. I like hot, humid, and sunny.
Really crammed stuff in here. My hamstrings are tired. I've also got this knot in my mid/lower left back. It's been there for a while vaguely, but the last week or so it's been pretty knotted up. Really only effects me when sitting for extended periods, or when I have weight on my shoulders, like with squatting. I'd take a rest-week off, but I just did. One of those things that'll probably nag me until I get a massage to work it out.
BB Flat, paused reps, no arch: 225*3 245*2 255*1 260*1 260*1 - really sore all over, left ass is also very sore, hard to plant well.
Hex Deadlifts: 405*1 495*1 525*1
Hanging Power-Snatch: 95*3 125*3 145*1 (30 second hold at top) 155*1 (30 second hold at top)
Sternum Pullups: 12, 6, 4
Suitcase Carries: 75*83
Narrow-Stance Free-Standing Paloffs: 30*8 30*10
wooo....was VERY sore after dodgeball yesterday and sprinting 2 days ago. Didn't do an ice bath Tuesday, probably should have. Went with some hex deadlifting to try and give things a rest. Of course that always just makes me want to load up the plates. Also, if I had to pick a favorite feeling in working out, it would be holding the weight over my head after a snatch. The wide-grip, and just feeling every muscle in my body firing to stabilize it gives me such a rush, and really hammers my core.
wooooo. Again, not super faster for the 200, but I'm starting from a standing position, and I don't devote much time to them, so I'm happy. On long jumping what I'm finding is that timing so that I hit the board properly and jump has been difficult. I keep setting up a foot short, almost stopping, short stepping, then jumping, which kills 90% of my momentum from the run, hence the shit distances.