Squat (no belt)
3” Pause Squat 235x3x2
205x14 RPE 9-10
Crawl 50 yd x10 (:58-:64)
60” rest interval
Flip turn practice
Jog 3/4 mile (9:00 pace)
2x400 (1:39, 1:37)
4x200 (:43, :43, :41, :41)
Walk 1/4 mile
Definitely a good idea to separate this from lifting.
Capes and swords, camouflage, bandannas and six-shooters—these are the uniforms of boyhood. Little boys yearn to know they are powerful, they are dangerous, they are someone to be reckoned with. How many parents have tried in vain to prevent little Tommy from playing with guns? Give it up. If you do not supply a boy with weapons, he will make them from whatever materials are at hand. My boys chew their graham crackers into the shape of hand guns at the breakfast table. Every stick or fallen branch is a spear, or better, a bazooka. Despite what many educators would say, this is not a psychological disturbance brought on by violent television or chemical imbalance. Aggression is part of the masculine design; we are hard wired for it.
…The boy is a warrior; the boy is his name. And those are not boyish antics he is doing. When boys play at war they are rehearsing their part in a much bigger drama. One day, you just might need that boy to defend you."
- John Eldredge, “Wild at Heart” (via modernageviking)
1B: Chin BW (260)x3x52: Deadlift 185x5 225x4 265x3 305x2 325x1 335x1 345x1 295x3x3 3: Swings 70x15x8 (30” on/ 30” off)