Sunday, May 3

  • 530a-eggs, side pork, Brussels sprouts, toast, coffee w/ CM
  • 8-SB&J toast
  • (830-basement lifting)
  • 1030-Paleo On The Go pancakes w/ maple syrup & honey, coffee w/ CM
  • 130p-burger w/ mustard, apple w/ SB, bootch
  • 5-larabar
  • (530-7m trails)
  • 715-burger w/ mustard on toast, apple

Sleep: 7.75 hours in bed, 930p-515a, 77% quality. Woke once or twice, always back easily, until Hanky's early-morning prancing.

Healthy Movement: Slight bit of tightness behind left knee, slight bit of back tightness from the butchering. All cleared up well with movement, and I logged a pretty kick-ass lifting session in the basement. OH press progressed right on schedule (rare), pull-ups felt great despite three full days away from them. Squats showed some imbalanced weirdness in the legs, but better on last set and normal in deadlifts. Actually did All The Lifts with the barbell, though at warm-up weights and mixed with pulls only. My plan is to sloooowly build up into progressive weights on all of them, but based entirely on how I feel each week. Left shoulder a bit crank afterward.

Evening run at LCSP with BK went pretty well: pushed fast again, still walked all the hills. Need to try backing down pace and running all the hills, will be a huge achievement once I get back to that spot. Stretched core in parking lot afterward; vaguely felt it on run. Left hamstring didn't bother; wondering if it's mainly the switch in shoes to more minimal than my winter choices. Can still feel a pinch in a deep squat, but it's dialed back to more of a dull ache than the sharp pain it was last week. 

Fun & Play: A slow-moving morning. Took my coffee outside to enjoy the peaceful blissful silence of noisy birds at sunrise. Read a bunch: literally spent the first three hours of my day eating breakfast, reading, drinking coffee, and very little else. LOVELY. Logged my workout, then followed it up with some computer time, catching up on misc little tasks. Almost all my chores accomplished. Fetch time. Hubs time. BKSP time.

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