Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Mat pulls (7)
495 x 10
Basically, anytime I miss the day's mark I'm going to reset one week next session so I have a good chance of following a failure with a success. Didn't need a rolling start and I'm not going to bother anymore, it's hard to get the mats just right on the uneven surface to where that's possible.

SSB squats
340 x 2 x 5

Neck crunches
45 x 10

Gliding leg curls
Single-leg kettlebell SLDLs
50 x 9


  1. I think that's a very viable approach you've developed for the mat pulls. I made up a training program one time that was based on "2 steps forward, 1 step back", having me start each week with a weight I had already nailed in training the prior week before moving on to uncharted waters for the next training sessions. I think physically and psychologically it has some merit. Best of luck with it.

  2. Thanks, that was my thinking too, psychologically. Heavy pulling more than anything seems to give me trouble with pulling the trigger in a lift if I fail too much.