It takes time to build a gym in your garage. Bit by bit over time, you collect the necessary gear. Most times you improvise. The movements in the WOD dictate, and you get creative to make whatever’s available work for you. Sometimes you splurge, but most times you just make due. When I finally did … Continue reading back in the groove, groovy
Helen: 3RFT 400 meter run 21 Kettlebell swings at 35lbs. (I only have a 44lbs. kettlebell, so scaled to to Russian swings at 44lbs.) 12 pullups (scaled to jumping pullups) Completed in 12:12
Back Squat 5x3 @ 55, 65, 70, 75, 80 Then, one of my favorite WODs: 21-15-9 Box Jumps @ 20" DL @ 95lbs. Completed in 6:23
Run/walk/hike/get outside with the dog. 2/9 miles.
Front Squat 5 x3 @ 55, 55, 55, 60, 70 Then, partner wod with the dog: run 2.5 miles. Who was it that said, why would you want to only do the things you're good at? When you're terrible at something, do more of it! "If I couldn't handle not being good at something, then … Continue reading squat and run
Back squat 3-3-3-3 reps @ 55, 60, 65, 70 Thruster 3-3-3-3 reps @ 55lbs. 4 attempts at a max L-sit hold for time, knee tuck @ 25 seconds. Finished in 11:20.
Why are front squats so scary? Seriously. I dread them. Not the most graceful movement for tall people, at least not me for anyway. Tonight's workout started with a 1.5-mile warmup run with the dog, half of the running sandwich; even if it is muggy out there and bugs fly in my eyes and nip … Continue reading the dreaded front squat
How do you incorporate your dog into your workout? Sprinkle in some running circuits at the beginning and the end of the WOD: a running sandwich. (Not to be confused with a bologna sandwich in the act of running.) It's a great way to warm up and cool down, and if you time it right, … Continue reading partner wod with the dog
This seemed like a good WOD to kick off training again. For one, I could do it RX, even if it would be a slog. Also, the running portion could be a partner WOD, and I have the best partner of all! He has floppy ears and yellow eyes and keeps a pretty steady pace … Continue reading training miles