Tag Archives: powerlifting

Half a week’s worth

I get to write about a few workouts here… Wednesday was a easy peasy lemon squeezy treadmill run before starting my day, 30 minutes and done. Nothing really to report, other than to reiterate that HGTV is my favorite treadmill … Continue reading

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Back on dat grind

While I was hanging out in my gym’s office I saw their events schedule for the rest of the year. The annual powerlifting comp, MIA from May, is slated for October. I like this little casual comp and have been … Continue reading

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What is a posterior chain and what does it do?

Google has some interesting search suggestions when you start typing "posterior chain" into the search box, the title of the post was one that popped up and made me chuckle. I was searching for posterior chain exercises in case there … Continue reading

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Trying to scale it back

Sometimes things just line up in a way that make you notice. I have been going hard the last week trying to prepare for my trip and deal with being mostly incommunicado for a week. Have I mentioned I’m going … Continue reading

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Sun’s out!

It’s a beautiful, sunny, warm day and I’m wearing a sleeveless shirt in the office. My muscles are obvious, and my workout this morning was a good arm pump too. Ah, summer is coming… 1 mile running warmup Bench – … Continue reading

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busy is a choice, my ass

Sorry for the silence over here– this week has been very busy and I’ve barely had time to fit in workouts, let alone write about them. But I have a few minutes today. Monday and Tuesday I had a conference … Continue reading

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疲れました

When you’re studying a foreign language, sometimes you come across words and phrases that feel more loaded with meaning than your native ones. Like "疲れました", which means literally, "I got tired", but with the extra connotation of being worn out, … Continue reading

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