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Re: warpspeed to the new scenario
« Reply #615 on: July 07, 2019, 01:00:16 pm »
+2
07-07-19

BW - 71.9kg

Chins
BW x 3, 3
+5 x 2
+16 x 2
+24 x 1
+29 x 1
+40 x F (pulled to halfway)
+40 eccentrics x 12s, 10s, 10s

WG Pullups
+5 x 6

Deadhangs
HC@24mm x 5s, 5s
HC@21mm x 5s
HC@18mm x 6s, 6s, 6s [stopping well short of failure]

Dips
BW x 5
+5 (myo) x 12+3+3+3

KB OHP
16 x 8, 8

Hollow Body Hold
BW x 22s, 20s, 20s
hands by side x 30s

Notes

Played around a bit with chins. Plan was to try out heavy eccentrics, but on a whim I decided to attempt a single at the planned eccentric weight. Didn't think I'd manage the +40kg chinup, but it was actually super close. Pulled out of the bottom very fast but got stuck halfway (i.e. with upper arms parallel to ground). Just 90s rest between the eccentric sets, they weren't particularly near failure, either, and were super under control.

Really happy with how grip stuff felt! 6s on 18mm was also super under control and not that near failure.

Dips strong, +2 reps from last time.

A more traditional lifting session next time, probably.

Ankle still not 100%, but feeling good about running in a couple days, have managed to do like little jogs to cross a street quickly, or whatever, without issue, but am still taking it slow.

Highgate 10k was fun last night, seeing Steph Twell pull it out late against Salpeter was extremely hype.
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Re: warpspeed to the new scenario
« Reply #616 on: July 07, 2019, 01:15:17 pm »
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damn almost a chin + 40kg, sick. that climber strenf building.

Highgate 10k was fun last night, seeing Steph Twell pull it out late against Salpeter was extremely hype.

so you went to it?

sick!

almost under 31 min. 31:08 is a no-joke time. Especially when you consider McColgan (mostly a 5k runner tho) was over a minute slower.

flying.

(full results:
https://results.opentrack.run/x/2019/GBR/not/)

men's C is still under 30 min. ridiculous.

that's such a sick event.

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Re: warpspeed to the new scenario
« Reply #617 on: July 09, 2019, 12:32:55 pm »
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is there a reason you're doing chins rather than pull ups? i'd imagine pull ups have a more direct carryover to climbing because there's little to no pronated gripping on the wall.
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Re: warpspeed to the new scenario
« Reply #618 on: July 09, 2019, 03:59:09 pm »
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is there a reason you're doing chins rather than pull ups? i'd imagine pull ups have a more direct carryover to climbing because there's little to no pronated gripping on the wall.

Good question.

I find pullups a bit more tweaky on my elbows than chinups, and tbh my main goal is OAC moreso than getting better at climbing for the meanwhile (esp while ankle is still preventing me from climbing). Also I can move more weight so this feeds the ego, haha.
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Re: warpspeed to the new scenario
« Reply #619 on: July 11, 2019, 12:51:04 pm »
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11-07-19

BW - 71.5

Workout

Chins
BW x 3
+ 8 x 2
+16 x 5
+24 x 4
+16 x 5, 5

Deadhangs
HC@24mm x 5s, 5s
HC@21mm x 5s
HC@18mm x 8s, 8s, 8s
3FD@18mm x 7s

Dips
BW x 5
+ 8 x 8, 8, 8

SS1A Kneeling Ab Wheel
BW x 10, 10, 10

SS1B German Hang
BW x 35s, 35s

Notes

Strong again today. Haven't hit +16x3x5 on chins yet, and I did it with a +24x4 in the middle, so that's nice. Deadhangs felt good too.

Bought an 8kg KB b/c (a) my GF wants to try out KB stuff and (b) it's the ideal weight to complete all the loading for chins/dips I'd ever need. Nice win-win.

Felt strong on ab wheel, alternating w/ hollow body stuff seems good.

Ankle still occasionally a bit buggy, but might go out for like a 15 min jog tmrw just to see how it holds up.
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Re: warpspeed to the new scenario
« Reply #620 on: July 11, 2019, 01:20:11 pm »
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damn almost a chin + 40kg, sick. that climber strenf building.

Highgate 10k was fun last night, seeing Steph Twell pull it out late against Salpeter was extremely hype.

so you went to it?

sick!

almost under 31 min. 31:08 is a no-joke time. Especially when you consider McColgan (mostly a 5k runner tho) was over a minute slower.

flying.

(full results:
https://results.opentrack.run/x/2019/GBR/not/)

men's C is still under 30 min. ridiculous.

that's such a sick event.

forgot to reply to this, sorry!

yeah it's a cool event, i wasn't feeling 100% that eve so didn't make the most of it, but it's amazing seeing people so fast like right up close. The crowd was also extremely hyped for McColgan. The track had a green light running around the inside lane to indicate the Olympic A standard, so she was getting cheered on to beat that standard, which she destroyed over the last couple of laps.
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Re: warpspeed to the new scenario
« Reply #621 on: July 11, 2019, 09:55:34 pm »
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damn almost a chin + 40kg, sick. that climber strenf building.

Highgate 10k was fun last night, seeing Steph Twell pull it out late against Salpeter was extremely hype.

so you went to it?

sick!

almost under 31 min. 31:08 is a no-joke time. Especially when you consider McColgan (mostly a 5k runner tho) was over a minute slower.

flying.

(full results:
https://results.opentrack.run/x/2019/GBR/not/)

men's C is still under 30 min. ridiculous.

that's such a sick event.

forgot to reply to this, sorry!

yeah it's a cool event, i wasn't feeling 100% that eve so didn't make the most of it, but it's amazing seeing people so fast like right up close. The crowd was also extremely hyped for McColgan. The track had a green light running around the inside lane to indicate the Olympic A standard, so she was getting cheered on to beat that standard, which she destroyed over the last couple of laps.

yea that light is awesome & so are the pyrotechnics.

man what a sick event.

hopefully more events pop up like that. big respect to them for showing every1 how it's done.

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Re: warpspeed to the new scenario
« Reply #622 on: July 12, 2019, 02:58:29 pm »
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12-07-19

Didn't run today, but did a w/o with GF, teaching her how to do swings, get ups etc. Was fun, she enjoyed it. Also messed around with some front lever rows -- can pull to hips near bar in a full tuck, which is fun feeling.

Going climbing tomorrow, going to have to be careful not to jump off because of the ankle, so should be good way to force self to downclimb.
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Re: warpspeed to the new scenario
« Reply #623 on: July 13, 2019, 11:50:41 am »
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13-07-19

2 hour climbing sesh, was nice. Ankle held up well.
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Re: warpspeed to the new scenario
« Reply #624 on: July 16, 2019, 12:43:43 pm »
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16-07-19

BW - 71.4kg

Chins
BW x 3, 3
+8 x 2
+16 x 1
+24 x 3, 3, 3

Deadhangs
HC@24mm x 5s
HC@21mm x 5s
HC@18mm x 10s, 10s, 10s
HC@15mm x 5s
3FD@21mm x 13s

Dips
BW x 4, 4
+8 (myo) x 10+3+3+3

Hollow Body
BW x 30s, 30s

Notes

Still a bit sore from Saturday, quite tired generally, but happy to get a decent session in. The 5s hang on 15mm was nice to hit.

Left elbow a little bit icky feeling, so shall be careful going forward. Am travelling for 10 days from next Thursday, so may just take that as more or less total rest and see if elbow feels good on return.

Ankle still not really 100%, which is annoying, but really should go for a run again soon.
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