I did eventually succeed in changing Barney's starting position which we both think will help him, but it ended up being something of an ordeal because I couldn't stop laughing the whole time I was in there.
I saw some impressive cheat curls, some exemplary partial range of motion benches, and finally some serious leg work.
|Leg day is every fourth February, right?|
|You with the clipboard, you don't read my blog do you?|
|Good man! You'll be fine when you're 80 as long as you get a recumbent toilet.|
I have to admit I got quite an ego boost from being in Fucktime Fitness. I momentarily wondered if perhaps I'm a genetic freak or if I'd been taking D-Bol and forgot about it. I remembered, though, that I train at TwinFreaks CrossFit and that I'm making a serious push to hit a state record squat.
I guess I more or less accidentally ended up looking good while I was doing this last week. I didn't have to towel any sweat off the chrome machines when I was done either.
(working sets only)
5 x 275
5 x 285
5 x 295
5 x 305
5 x 315
2 x 5 x 225
5 x 355
6 x 325 (conventional)
That is largely how my training will go for the November NASA meet. I know that Monday will change to 5 x 5 x 315, and on Friday I'll drop the set of five and go first to two heavy triples and as the meet gets closer, I'll push for a new 3rm every week. Deadlifts will alternate between conventional and heavier sumo every week.
Eight weeks of that and I think I might even look in the mirror again.
Fucking kids these days.