I am out of town for the next few days. Will see you all again on Monday.
16:06Big mistake trying to keep up with Sarah.
As rx'd - 16:22We'll have to do this one at the track some time so we can figure out what our actual "Claudia" time is (400m).
As rx'd = 15:19
Interesting Power Output calculator (just for curiosity):http://www.performancemenu.com/resources/powerOutput.php
15:59 (used 40lbs sandbell instead of KB which was lighter but added a whole new stimulus in terms of grip strength)afterwards, did some sandbag getups and 35lbs DB bearcrawls
Had to do a HR Test for PT today (instead of the WOD). The test consisted of:5 min warm-upRun 1 x up Delafield Rd at a med paceRun 1 x up Dela. Rd at a faster paceRun 1 x up Dela. Rd. as fast as you canRun 1 x up Dela Rd as fast as you can5 min cool down.The analysis was interesting. My peak HR was 187. I went as hard as I could. However, I been monitoring my HR during High intensity WODs for a few months now and have found that I reach 187 or higher about once a week. A couple of weeks ago, my HR peaked at 190. I am not an exercise expert, but I think this data reinforces the CF methodology of getting more out of your training regimine by varying the exercises in your WOD while pursuing maximum output. ...or maybe I am just getting older and my HR is going down.
Since my resources are limited, does anyone have a suggestion for a substitute for kettle bell swings? I'm assuming doing a swings with a dumbell just isn't the same.
adambo33-- yes, use a DB in place of KB...you will receive same stimulus. You could use sandbag, ruck sack, sledgehammer, weight plate just to name a few things that come to mind. enjoy.
15:36. Great effort drom Sarah today, I couldn't catch her no matter how hard I tried. Good week.
We did a 6 mile run today in 42:36.
14:24Substituted the kettle bell for a 55lb dumbell. I also ran on my high school's track and ran a true 400m. I didn't detect much difference in using a dumbell than a kettle bell except my hand placement on the dumbell was kinda tricky, but either will get the heart pumping I'm sure. Good workout, good week.
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