Squat 265 x 3 x 5, stance was a bit fucked on the last set, but I was already committed and in the zone. Inner thigh felt slightly strained/torn after.
140 x 5 x 3
260 x 1 x 5
Flat knee raise
1 x 16, 1 x 17
Took the weekend off, did some light hiking and took a nap in the park. This was mainly due to the gym closing early. I think after two more naps I should be over my jet lag.
Today, should have been fresh off 2 days of rest, but just felt OK once I started.
270x3x5, actually missed the last rep on the first set. The safety bar was set too low, and I didn’t feel like it’d be worth it… the rest of the sets were just OK in terms of form (didn’t get low enough or goodmorninged it on a rep or two). I can tell I lost a lot of strength in my lower back, which is unexpected, but I can def. feel it. Inner thigh was feeling fine, but I felt off balance for the first two sets.
180 x 3 x 5, felt a bit of strain in my thumb after.
Pull-ups on pull-down
220 x .75
210 x .75
200 x 1.5
Flat knee raises
2 x 17
440 easy jog
tried running a 440, but tanked out on energy after 220
tried running 440 at a better pace, but tanked after 220 again… don’t know if this was due to being tired from squatting, really out of shape, or just out of practice.
I need to start eating cleaner. I keep “cheating,” not because I crave or want anything, but to be social and accommodating to those around me. I’m sure this is a common problem.
I decided not to go low carb for this short time… mainly due to the fact that once my body hits ketosis, I’d be switching over to carbs anyway, which would give me the worst of both worlds. Instead, I’m just going to eat balanced.
leftover bitter gourd, ground beef, tomato fry w/ rice for breakfast
Grilled chicken breast on salad w/ ceaser dressing for early lunch
6" egg-white w/ cheese on wheat subway for late lunch
some California roll, some shrimp and broccoli, and too much orange chicken (this was being social), and 2 cups of white rice
1 bite of a donut
3 cups cream of wheat w/ 2 tbsp peanut butter for breakfast
peanut butter on oatmeal bread immediately post work-out (around lunch)
rest remains to be seen, but I’m cooking, so probably greens and meat