Wod

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May 22, 2017
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Arkansas
anyone get neck pain from handstand pushups? Its not bad pain but its been lingering for a bit.
Almost every time I did them. I'm sure it was just due to fatigue in a wod and coming down a little too hard but I finally decided they weren't worth it and I now substitute strict dumbbell presses. The risk of injury just wasn't worth the reward I gained from doing them for me.
 

mtwarden

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Oct 18, 2016
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Montana
got to work this morning and was told they needed me to work an hour later; my wife goes to yoga on Mondays and I'm chief cook that day, so I'm thinking- it's going to be pitch dark (& cold) getting an hour later start, I have to cook, I've hit every day thus far this year- one day won't matter.......

well f^ck that, drove home after work, changed quick, grabbed Tiny Elvis, drove to the trailhead, grabbed a headlamp and got 3 miles and 600' of gain, drove home, cooked elk pico burgers and fries and had it done just as my wife was arriving home from yoga- yeah!
 

stubblejumper

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Apr 30, 2017
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CAlgary
got to work this morning and was told they needed me to work an hour later; my wife goes to yoga on Mondays and I'm chief cook that day, so I'm thinking- it's going to be pitch dark (& cold) getting an hour later start, I have to cook, I've hit every day thus far this year- one day won't matter.......

well f^ck that, drove home after work, changed quick, grabbed Tiny Elvis, drove to the trailhead, grabbed a headlamp and got 3 miles and 600' of gain, drove home, cooked elk pico burgers and fries and had it done just as my wife was arriving home from yoga- yeah!
That's the sh1t! Doing it in the dark when unexpected is ideal imo. elk pico burgers and fries. Dang

Today was:

8 sets of:
8 arrows from my 83lb training bow
5 min heavy bag.
 
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