It's been six weeks of this as my training template: Monday: Get-Ups (groundwork) Tuesday: Swings (hinge pattern) Wednesday: Clean & Press (push pattern) Thursday: Goblet and Front Squats (squat pattern) Friday: Overhead/Rack/Farmer’s Carry (loaded carry) And I've loved it. Even hitting a half-get up with the 71lb kettlebell. As I progressed from two-hand swings … Continue reading One Move A Day; My Training Sweet Spot?
I keep hitting a wall with my training. Don't you hate when that happens? At a certain level of reps (4+ for multiple sets with 85-90% of my max) and length of time (more than 30 minutes) I don't want to train. I was also feeling beat up and old and losing my drive to train. … Continue reading Desk Jobs Are Rough; Six-Week Fitness Assessment
That six weeks blew by fast. I started it on week one with the Heavy day: 1-2-3 reps of clean and press with the 53lb kettlebell. Light day was a single rep and the moderate day was 1-2 reps. From there I added a ladder every week. On the light day I practiced my kettlebell … Continue reading Rebuilding the Foundation With The Rite of Passage; Six Week Assessment
This assessment snuck up on me, honestly. I have been disciplined with my eating according to the Time Restricted Diet which naturally cut my calories to over a thousand less a week. It was a little hard at first with my growling stomach arguing with my willpower. What helped is that weekends are free, so … Continue reading Slow but Steady