Oh, what a difference a day makes. I have newfound perspective, and I am no longer disappointed in my performance at yesterday’s WOD. As Jeff said, “It’s just a WOD. So what if you didn’t do as well as you would like to have?”
This morning I took Luke for a 2-mile walk that turned into a run, as he was full of piss and vinegar and insisted on completing a fartlek workout. I had originally planned on doing a triplet that included running. Uhm, no.
I arrived at CFZ at 10. I spent 20 or so minutes on mobility, focusing on shoulders and hamstrings, and then completed overhead squats. I recorded every round. I completed 5 reps of 45, 45, 65, 65, 75, 80, & 80, and then 3 reps of 90 & 95#. I then jumped up to 115#, and had 3 failed attempts and 1 successful lift – another PR. I failed the first attempt because I didn’t squat low enough. I bailed on the second attempt, and dropped the bar in front of me. I bailed on the third attempt and dropped the bar behind me – the first time I’ve ever done so. I finally got the fourth attempt.
I completed a few muscle ups. MK feigned interest and provided suggestions. Until my left arm is completely healed, I’m going to avoid muscle ups. Maybe.
I practiced box jumps at 32, 34.5, and 36”, and then practiced double unders, completing 75 unbroken. It appears that my right hand revolves 2 times for every 1 time my left hand does. Huh?
10-8-6-4-2 jumping deadlifts, 150# alternating 100-80-60-40-20 double unders.
I completed in 10:03. This was quite challenging, and my score is a 7. I completed as many as 55 unbroken dus (the first round) and also completed rounds of 40 and 20 unbroken.
Thanks for cheering for me, Kristin! I’ll return the favor, I promise.