“Less is more” – Mies van der Rohe
< = > This is not to be confused with > = <.
I’ve been wanting all the things lately. On occasion I’ve found myself in “consume” mode as a means of distraction. But in this instance, Tiger Paw really needs some accouterments. Jorden shared this great article, How to Program Your Mind to Stop Buying Crap You Don’t Need. Another approach is small (footprint) living. Downsizing your square footage really frees you up in a lot of ways, reducing decision fatigue and expediting the process of want v. need differentiation. When you only have so much physical space, the silly shit gets relocated to the Goodwill pile pretty quickly. And remember you can only wear one pair of shoes at a time.
Quality > Quantity
Little box > Big box
And if that doesn’t work you can always try heroin.
17 March | Tuesday
Mobility | 25:00
“Practice” | 30 EMOM!
Rotating on the minute:
– Hang power cleans x3 (105#)
– 20 DU’s + wall walk x1
– AD x30 seconds @ 75% intensity
16 March | Monday
Warm-up | 3 easy rounds:
Run x 200m
FLR x 1:00
Back squat 4×5 w/2 second pause 3:00 rest (110, 120, 130, 140#)
RDL x8 (75, 85, 95#)
Box step-ups x8 each leg (45, 55, 60#)
Monday’s warm-up running brought to you by someecards:
Those pause squats are rough, but I’m improving! I wasn’t sure about being able to complete all 5 reps on that last set at 140#, but I did it. I am wondering how heavy I should be shooting for on the BB RDLs; Is it just a matter of going as heavy as you can? Position – Movement – Speed (in this case s-l-o-w) – Load? Maybe that’s a silly question.
I had a lot of fun with Tuesday’s EMOM!
And bless the 3 chickens that gave their life for my lunches this week (Nom Nom Paleo’s Madras Chicken Salad). Your sacrifice to my “build a booty” campaign is much appreciated. Creature foods are delicious. And applause to my Whole Foods for selling the pastured birds.