I think my arms are going to fall off.
On camera (for an audition video I'm doing for a potential show I'm auditioning for, that I'm probably not supposed to talk about)
5 sets of 20 kb swings
5 135lb deadlifts
1 per side 40lb turkish get ups
7 dumbbell presses (90lbs today)
Here is the chest press video. It was tough. It's the heaviest weight I can press, I think (I'm not good at remembering this stuff). I just wanted it to look impressive, you know?
Turkish get up. I need to work on my form for the heavier weight. And, um, not failing on my left side. Don't worry, as soon as the camera was off I knocked out a left rep.
0.25 mile run (7mph)
2 per side turkish gets ups
10 db presses (70lbs total)
10 box jumps (medium height)
AND THEN: Pool
Breaking in my disco suit.
100m hard (1:56)
10 minutes easy
100m hard (1:57)
And then I drove home and my arms fell off.
Oh, I've been waiting to write this since I bought this suit. Apropos of nothing, bite my shiny metal ass.
And, I'm physically exhausted, but I'm not mentally burnt like I was for the last few weeks. I feel awesome. I feel vibrant. I love what I'm doing. I feel good. My arms could sleep for days, and my legs need a vacation that involves floating in a pool and sleeping for 12 hours at a time, but I feel, mentally, awesome. And, even tired I feel pretty physically rad.
I've been eating well this week. I'm sure that helps. A steady stream of total shit in my diet apparently wasn't good for my mental health. Who knew? Oh, everyone. Yeah. I'm sure I'll find some middle ground before training is done.
But until then, my arms are totally going to fall off.