Squat-370 (6.25.18 Post 2170)
Deadlift-545 with deadlift bar (6.19.18 Post 2104)
Deadlift-505 with Rogue Echo 2 bar (5.15.20 Post 7953)
Power Clean-315 (8.24.16)
Bench-305 (6.13.18 Post 2064)
Overhead Press-170 (6.10.18)
@Chris_Colucci I found a snag with my system generated log. I can’t post three times in a row. Any chance you can copy my 82 posts from Part 2 to this log?
I took off work early today to start tearing out vinyl flooring. We’re getting new stuff tomorrow and it’s my job to make sure they have a blank slate.
The half day that I work was great. I had entry training and my role is the ram/pry. A firefighter showed us how to pry a door in different scenarios. We got hands on experience with a sweet training door. I also got to use the ram a few times. It’s always cool to bust open a door.
After that, I played with my new gun and shot for a bit.
Not sure if I’ll train today. My back is wrecked from messing with that stupid vinyl flooring. I only did the kitchen. The installers are supposed to be here between 9 and 10 (it’s 0740) and I haven’t touched the laundry room.
I forgot how full body training means you have to hit the same or similar muscles again every two or three days. I might revisit my plan. Wendler’s Full Body template has a day being 5/3/1 Squat and then DB Bench and Rows for 5x10. That’s it. My plan has quite a bit more work than that.
I wonder if it was the same piece I handled a few weeks back doing just about the same thing. I believe it was called an FD12, looked like something from a John Wick movie and probably a lot more fun than the Hellcat I picked up.
Only hiccup is that your posts aren’t being “yellowed”/highlighted, since the first post was auto-generated.
If that matters, I can shift things into a new-new thread with you as the OP before this one gets too far along. I believe that’d also let you edit the title and tags. If it’s fine as-is, then no worries, keep doing your thing.
Go find a range and sign up for some training. The places we have here typically let you rent guns to try before you buy. One rental allows you to swap out guns and try different ones. Learn how to use them and figure out what you like best.
I’m a huge advocate for guns but if you’re going to have one then know how to use it - and that goes beyond point and shoot.
We had a guy run from a car stop this week (not me) and he managed to shoot himself in the head when he tried to get over a wire fence. He had his finger on the trigger while running.
That might have been the best thing for officers chasing him (instead of a shootout or worse) but it’s a prime example of not knowing the fundamentals of handling guns.