Another, is max effort taxes the shit outta a person, especially when I have 3 different maxes to address. But I love every f-ing minute of this. Today I amped up things with a little OTM work aka on the minute.
Double KB military press (all trips)
OTM work which really increased the intensity. I liked the challenge but I should have rested more to increase quality and workload, but good to be strong under this timeframe. Been 2 months since last did this and added a set today. You will notice on the second video I struggled for that third rep, key was staying focused, engaged and finishing what I started.
Got stronger from 4-7. This is a good day! I needed some weighted volume. Once I drop 10 lbs I will be much better off :)
Pistol, max effort
36/1/1F L/1 L
I love the fight. The focus and concentration. Today I focused on 2 things that seemed to slip my mind
1. Tighten the core, brace the abs pushing them out
2. Crush the bell, activating the Lats and Pecs as well as biceps
Can I just say that I felt so much more powerful such better balance. Also on the 36kg i missed my L, regathered and hit the second attempt.
Lifting is so much more than just lessons associated with movement, these are lessons of life. My training in and out of the gym or on the yoga mat, or riding my mountain bike, etc all are microcosms of The macrocosm aka big picture.
This pistol with the beast was by far the easiest ever and I hit the Left my traditionally less stable side and crushed it.
Side note: Time to hone in the diet, 80/20 does not work now, did for the first few months but need to tighten the boot straps