Thursday, January 25, 2018

Hello again!

Well, I've almost let a couple months slip by since my last post.  Holidays, vacation, etc. kept me busy I suppose.

The foot continues to heal, although much slower than I want it to.  I have said a number of times, if I had it to do over again, knowing what I know now, I likely would not have done it.  But, here I am and this is now part of my story I'll just live it.

I was released to start lifting weights on Jan 2.  Nothing major - just start building back up.  I was stunned at how heavy a 25# barbell felt the very first time I did strict presses.  I've got a long, long way to go before I'm back at my old weights. I did manage an 80# snatch this week, so that was a big accomplishment, in my eyes anyway.

No jumping or running yet.  I wouldn't be ready to try it even if the doctor released me to do so at this point.  There is still a lot of soreness in there.  I'll know when I'm ready.  He says the six month mark is a good goal.

 BUT - I did get to go hiking last weekend.  Started out with the idea of just a mile or so (one of the trails at Osage is a flat loop of 1.2 miles).  Ended up doing 3 miles on Thursday, 6 on Friday and 4 on Saturday.  Sunday, my foot was swollen and a little bruised, but self-corrected by Monday after rest.  So, I'm back to training for the big backpacking trip in October on the Ouachita National Recreation Trail.  Two hundred and twenty three miles of fun! 

Today's WOD gave me a bit of a challenge with the lunges.  Had to turn my right toe into a funny position, but I managed just fine.  My buns were burning by the end of the workout!!

For Time:
-9 Front Squats 95/65 RX+115/75 MRX 75/55
-10 Front Rack Lunges(stationary, alternating)
-200m Run or 0.5km A Bike or 200m Row
-10 Front Rack Lunges
-9 Front Squats
REST 2min
-10 Back Rack Lunges (stationary, alt)
-12 Back Squats
-600m Run or 1.5km A Bike or 600m Row
-12 Back Squats
-10 Back Rack Lunges (stationary, alt)

Scaled to 35#
1.  3:33
2:  6:27
10 min total work time

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