I started off easy enough with 100kg and worked up to a final, very strong set of 3 at 185 (that's 407#). The focus being on these sets to never let go of the bar, and to not bounce off the ground at all. Besides the second to last set (I was attacked with a slew of questions from a couple people mid workout!), I felt very, very strong with the lifts. My second straight very positive session on the deadlifts and that leaves me confident in my ever-better strength gains.
Next I moved to a few sets of 10, alternating between good mornings and bent rows. I kept the weights light working with 95#, 115# and 115# on the good mornings, and 95#, 115# and 135# on the rows. Both felt very strong through the core and that was the whole idea.
Finally, I moved on to my big challenge:
4 rounds for time of:
100 meters DB farmers walk 75#
75 double unders
25 push ups (hands off ground at the bottom each rep)
25 air squats
Oh yeah, this killed me. I think it was because there was nothing but awkward, uncomfortableness the entire time. Besides the squats, I really had nothing to zone out at all with, and the added mental challenge of this one made it that much tougher. With a couple delays of getting around some cars (I was in the back alley at The Gym and people were coming and going like crazy), I finished up in roughly 16 minutes (I also didn't really have a clock, and i video taped the first round, then timed the final 3 rounds and just added them together...). All in all it was the perfect "get-through-it" sort of thing that I needed today.
With a long bike ride planned for tomorrow, and the comfort in knowing a whole bunch of things I needed to get done have been taken care of, I will have plenty of time to focus back on the couple posts I have been planning. So expect a more insightful one tomorrow!
Never Stop, GET FIT.