Edge Conditions

“People get really interesting when they start to rattle the bars of their cages.” Alain de Bottom

Drowning in my own shadow . . . 가끔 슬픔에 푹 빠져버리는 것도 좋지 #drowning #shadow #sorrow

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Ever notice a lot of interesting shit happens at the edges of things? Sunrise and set, transitions from ends to new beginnings, the conversations happening on the side, or better yet, what’s not being said? Just some of the thoughts provoked by this podcast with the dude over at Wolf Brigade. What are you learning from the periphery of your training/(in)actions?


07 Dec | W
Mobility | 3x
Prone glute press x 10
Scap press x 10
TVA drops x 15

Warm-up | 3x
AD x 1:00
Wall slides x 10
Single-arm banded rows x 10 ea
DUs x 30

Work | O-lifting – Week 6
Clean pull 5 x 2 (165,175,175,185,185#)
Push press + jerk 5 x 1 (95,105,115,115,115#)
Jerk 5 x 1 (125,130,135,135,135#)
Tricep push-downs x 100

06 Dec | Tu
Mobility | 3x
SL elev hip bridge x 12 ea
COB hold x :20
Reaching dead bugs x :45

Warm-up | 3x
Row x 1:00
BB RDL x 10
BB row x 10

Work | 8x:
Deadlift x 3 (3 @185, 5 @195#)
Rest x 1:00
Death march x 10 steps (35# KBs)
Rest x 2:00
-then-
EMOM x 10:00, rotating:
KB snatch x 5 ea (35#)
Row x :30

Stretch | for real.


Tu | The hip/crotch/upper-inner thigh (do you need more descriptors?) region felt good once I got going, though the movement pattern on the right side felt a little janky on the death marches. KB snatches keep it real – no cheatin’ that movement without repercussions. The row sprint paired with those were some fun times.

W | The jerks felt the best they’ve felt, maybe ever; fast, solid, and with a good finish. (One can’t just walk away from a jerk joke.) Felt like I was able to fire away and take my head out of the equation a bit.

Ahh, some of the periphery at the ‘nasium be profound; some be more like…

put-it-in-ma-mouth

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