Every once in awhile the powers that govern the universe seem to conspire against you: you had a bad day at work, you were late to class because of traffic, the workout is comprised of movements that you aren't particularly good at. Every hour feels like a slugfest akin to Rocky versus Apollo Creed. I like to think of these days as focusing more on developing mental toughness than training. These are the kinds of days where it would be easy to tell the world to take a hike and watch reruns on Netflix until you fall asleep on the couch, but we are better than that - aren't we? I can tell you from experience that I feel a sense of accomplishment when I soldier through a day like this. I probably didn't do very well on that workout that had double-unders, heck, I may have come in dead last, but I survived through a pretty tough day that's got to be worth something. Hang in there - some days are better than others.
The Barbell Boys on the move!
A. 3x3 suitcase deadlift
*3 sets of 3 on each side, use the same weight across
B. EMOTM 16
Odd - Turkish Get-up
Even - Rotating static hold (side plank left, side plank right, hollow, superman)
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