My kitchen helper…
Single leg deadlifts are hilarious. I have the worst balance so it’s pretty awesome when I do them.
I’m not gonna lie, movement on two feet is sometimes difficult for me. I surprise myself when I maintain my balance on my bicycle. These were really an exercise in humility as much as they were for training muscles.
noms-and-doms said: Thank you for reminding me that this song exists and should be added to my wedding playlist
boopatch said: Ohhh we need video proof of you dancing….
fit4forty said: ahahaha Yellowbrick’s response… yes inquiring minds want to know, video perhaps?
yellowbrick-rd said: And what dance move would correspond with these lyrics? Just curious ;) I’m thinking the Chandler dance would work well here…
nikefan45 said: Matthew Wilder
Okay…I will not be posting my dance moves…it is likely someone will call 911 to report a seizure. This is a Matthew Wilder song that I posted the lyrics to, but TBH, I was thinking of Puffy when I started singing it in my head during the post. Video can be found here. Regardless of the version that is being played, I hope it provides equally good times at your wedding reception, Allison!
The funny thing about experience is that it’s the only lesson you learn after, not before, the test is given…
Elliptical, stretch and mobility.
Rack Pull (top of knee cap):
5@325#, 350#, 375#, 3@400#
(squat jumps in between sets)
Single-leg, single-hand DB Deadlift:
Machine Hip Abductor:
Machine Hip Adductor:
(the above three circuited w/limited rest)
Fireman Carry Lunges:
3X20 meters w/50# DBs
Weighted Russian Twists:
(the above two superset)
I’m having one of those days where everything I do has either a corresponding music lyric or dance move.
Can’t nobody take my pride…
Can’t nobody hold me down…oh no…
I got to keep on movin.
Baby Batman working on not being a baby back man…
"Let’s win together." - Dmitry Klokov
Sleep eluded me last night. Fortunately, this morning’s session required no complex thought or fine motor skills. We work through these days and live to fight another day.
Stretch and mobility focused on posterior chain and surrounding area.
Alternating slow-paced v-ups and sustained bird dogs.
6 sets of 8 minutes hard pace followed by 8 minutes moderate pace.