After run...a little strength etc...used an OTM type format mostly:
Hex Bar deadlift 6x3, 1x2 (170,170,190,190,190,190,210lbs)
TTB (toes-to-bar) 4x7, 1x12
Loving the hex bar because it seems to be so much easier on my back. Found an article citing a study where they compared the max lifts using the hex bar vs a straight bar and the average max lifts with the straight bar were 245lbs while the hex bar they were 265lbs. So it seems you can lift a bit more weight with the hex bar. Based on the study...about 8%
more. Good to know.
5:10PM - F500 - light, mostly therapeutic type workout:
Goblet squats 3x5 (53lbs)
Incline walking on treadmill, ~18mins, 1mi, 15%, 3.4mph, pulse 123-125bpm
Thrusters, 1x25 w/45lb barbell in ~1min
Dumbbell snatches 3x5 (each side) (40lbs)
Always amazed at how much walking on an incline loosens up my calves and ankles and helps with things like
thrusters...way better than traditional stretching. Probably helps me more than others because my ankles are so tight from so many miles. I'm very curious to know if others could find the same...or at least some...benefit from incline walking.
If you've never done incline walking, you might want to give it a try some rainy or snowy day. Basically, you just crank up the incline to 10-15% and walk. I can guarantee you won't have to walk all that fast to get a good workout.. Oh...and no holding onto the sides of the treadmill. Go slower if you have to, but don't hold on. That defeats the purpose of it.