Memento Mori

true in bed, true at any social event
True in a fire, and any social event

Have you ever laid in bed and worried about something really dumb? Like, oh man, I wonder how old the water heater in this place is? What if the gas line connection is bad and a fire starts; how will I escape? What could I break the window with? What if I can’t escape because of the security grilles on the window and then I die? What then?

Well, I guess I won’t care because I will be dead.

Go to bed, Leah.


30 March | Tu
Pillars | 3x
Plank raise x 6 @10s
Super bird dogs x 10 ea
Side plank clammie x 60s ea

Warm-up | 4x
Wall ball x 8
Push-ups x 5
Reaching DB x :30

Work | RFESS 3 x 8 @32×1 (5# plates)
Rest x 1:00
3 sets:
RDL x 5 (95,115,125#)
Rest x 1:00
BB step-ups x 8 ea (65#)
Rest x 1:00
– then –
EMOM x 10:00:
KBS x 10 (44,53#)


Inspired by this article, I tried a new variation on the dead bug in my warm up.

The standard dead bugs have gotten less challenging, even the wall-pressing ones. Using the kettlebell really engaged the lower abs.

Started with 15#ers on the RFESS but kept dropping down until I stopped cheating with my support leg. Ended up laying the orange foam roller on the bench and putting my toe on that so I absolutely couldn’t use the balance leg/foot to cheat. Ridiculous! But it worked, so maybe less ridiculous than I thought.

The RDLs and the step-ups felt strong and I woke up nice and sore in my nutcracker. (That’s my booty – squeeze the walnut.)

 

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