Lots I could write about today and even some left over from yesterday, but it is too late and I’m too tired. These conference calls with the States are brutal. Stupid time zones.
1) Day 3 of the new PU program: starting to feel cumulative fatigue and the cascade of DOMS in my chest and shoulders. I still cruised through my ten sets of twenty, starting at 0700 and going until I left work around 1715. But six hundred push-ups in three days is starting to take its toll. The next seven days will be interesting …
2) 100 sit-ups as fast as I could today. As fast as I could turned out to be 2:45. Not great but I’ve got plenty of time to get where I need to be.
3) In the fitness center while I was lifting an Australian guy was working out and watching me lift. During a break between sets of my last exercise he asked me, “are you training for a sport, or something”? Yup, that’s right. When I lift I look like athlete in training. Why is this hat so tight?
4) Four miles easy is not so easy when it comes late at night and after a plethora of other fitness activities throughout the day. Ugh, part 2.
5) On days when I have multiple workouts planned (PU/SU, run, lift, etc.) I absolutely have to figure out a way to spread them out over the course of the day. Stacking them up at one time just makes them interfere with each other