Having good days and great days, and that is, is a goal of mine. It's a quote I stole from the wall in 24hr fitness, but it makes sense, right? Why allow yourself bad days? Do what you need to do to change the source of the bad.
Workout 2011 Mar 3
33:10 - ended up running past the 5k mark by 3/10 miles, was listening to music and didn't notice. I should be so luky to run further than planned anyway.
Being sick is the worst shit ever. Until today, I hadn't worked out since Friday the 18th...ugh. The warmup today was pretty rough, for sure. Then the WOD started bad, but got better once I found my rhythm.
For a few days, my mid-back has been super tight and kinda sore. It's made it hard to fall asleep, harder to stay asleep, etc. The squats in the warmup = hurt, the run 400 in warmup was painful too. However, the SDHP were fine, broad jumps in warmup fine, power snatches no issues...wtf.... I have foam rolled and such a LOT this week and no dice. Massage time maybe?
Crossfit Central WOD 2011-Mar-17
95, 95, 115, 115, 135
6:36 - NOT RX. Did 45lb bar for OHS.
After a great weekend of servicing most of my technical diving gear and then doing some fun dives on Sunday down at the Comal River, it was a rough start to the week, when earlier than I planned to wake up, my cell phone started ringing...ugh. Here's a nice workout to help you forget the work-day. I did not enjoy it, but I feel much better now :)
Run 1.5 miles
4 HIIT intervals, bike, 4min each interval set
Run 1.5 miles
I forgot to stop the time, but it was around 45min. The 2nd run was a suck-fest. Good stuff.
You know, sometimes the windshield... today I was the bug. I don't like off-days, but today was one. I can't let it get me down, but for sure I was PISSED! My deadlift 1rm was bullshit today, and it's an opportunity ... get stronger!!