I ran on the treadmill next to the hot girl today.
That is all,
TGU R+L 4x1
Thrusters R+L 4x5
On the Minute (finish the reps then rest for the remainder of the minute) Finish each movement then move on
20 Russian Swings (5 min)
5 Snatches + 10 OH Lunges R (3 min)
5 Snatches + 10 OH Lunges L (3 min)
10 Kickouts + Tuck Jump (4 min)
15 Swing Catches (3 min)
25 V Ups (2 min)
53 lb kb
Back in Tucson for a few days, it is HOT even inside in the AC. Not used to it
Did a 3.7M trail run first thing, then went to town and did an hour of weightlifting with my strength coach. Then a lunch meeting, another meeting in the next town over, then back home for an hour ride on the bike trainer. That's all during a "rest week" for my endurance training, which is typically three runs, four bike sessions, and three weight sessions per week, all with one "off" day. One of those runs is a "long" one at 75-90 minutes, and one of the rides is a long ride at six hours (which is 100 miles or so on the road, or down to 60 or so if it's mountain bike).
Training for the Leadville Trail 100 MTB race this coming August.
Legs & Abs. I'm on day 75 of Jim Stoppani's Shortcut To Size. I'm more of a 'buff golfer' if that even makes sense. Workout can be found here: http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/shortcut-to-size.html
Went roller skating at a birthday party last night before hitting the gym. Here's me and the other dads:
Freaking beast of a workout. I don't remember it being so tough when I was 110 lbs.... Funny how getting old and heavy changes your perspective. Thought the same thing when I jumped on a skateboard a year ago and tried to ollie. Got maybe 2 inches of air.