Last month’s programming is over. I spent my deload week eating and drinking copiously over the holiday and I’m very motivated to get started with training again. I hit a few new bests this past month (265 x 5 front squat, 225 x 3 overhead squat) and feel my conditioning is still high. I’m hoping to do a local competition some time this winter. Interestingly, I’m at an all time low for bodyweight (165lbs). I might make a run at the american open next year. I also just joined a strongman gym and look forward to doing some heavier lifting as well.
Some of the feedback I got from the last month as well as my own thoughts:
Changes this month:
Time to add some muscle to these turkey legs,
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