SealFit 9.26.09

Ants Never Cry "Uncle"
-Charles Ghigna

Consider the little ant.
He never says, "I can't."
And so it comes as no surprise,
He carries things ten times his size.

SealFit 9.26.09:

Warm Up: Row 2,000M at moderate pace
**No rower, subbing 25 SDHP, 45#

Strength / Stamina:
- Deadlift 10,000#, run 400
- Clean 7,500#, run 800
- Press, PP or PJ 5,000#, run 1 mile

**Quartering (or almost) all the total weights, so my workout will be as below:

--Deadlift, 30 reps @ 75# (2250#), run 200m (0.12 mile)
- Clean, 30 reps @ 55# (1650#), run 400m (0.25 mile)
- Push Jerk, 20 reps @ 55# (1100#), run 800 (0.5 mile)

Do this while only taking short breaks for hydration and at a pace that is fast, but with perfect form.

Time: 17:11

Durability: Yoga or Active Stretch

Warm-up was done really slowly, I did 10/10/5 for the SDHP, really concentrating on form. My back has been a little sore the past couple of days b/c I've been increasingly sloppy on soft back when I lift. Trying to correct this. The DL, HPC, & PJ's were done in 15/15, 15/15, 10/5/5 and I concentrated on form again. Push jerks were the hardest, I was very fatigued through the last 10 reps.

Running, as always, sucked ass. 7mph on a treadmill for all but the last 800 (which had about 0.1mile walking and some running at 6.5mph).

Felt like quitting the SealFit workouts today, started the negative head-games, thinking it's too hard for me, even scaled. Then I just did the workout. I need to stop over-thinking it. Who cares if I have to scale, it's okay to scale and have pride in just finishing... or so I tell myself:).