14.3 was my best Open workout performance in 3 years, with a score in the top 6.8% (6,107th) worldwide. Made for a nice overall jump from 22,238/100,690 (22.1%) to 14,785/100,777 (14.7%). Should be no problem holding on to the top 20% now as long as my shoulder holds up for these last 2 workouts. I’ve been resting it since pushing it too much last Monday.
Yesterday was a rest day and I had a great massage. In to the gym at 1 today. My warm-up consisted of some 30 second calorie rows at a 1,200 cal/hr pace and a bunch of stretching and mobility.
- 60 Calorie Row
- 50 T2B
- 40 Wall Balls (20# MB, 10′ target)
- 30 Power Cleans (135#)
- 20 Muscle-ups
Wow, this workout should be called Deception! Paced out my row as planned and finished right at 3:00. Did 5 T2B at a time with 5-8 seconds of walking between sets. Got to 30 like that and then started doing some triples and doubles, with some singles to finish. Split was 6:37 going into the wall balls. I figured this would be a time to rest, but I got to 10 and dropped the ball. 4 sets of 10 to finish at 8:43. All singles on the cleans, trying not to waste time getting back on the bar. Tiebreak time of 11:51. I took my time getting to the rings, took a drink, and didn’t jump up until after over 30 seconds had gone by. Still missed my first muscle-up! Managed to fight for 2 good reps to score 182 reps. Hips had nothing left. I think I had 3 failures.
The only time I felt my shoulder was in the middle of the wall balls. The T2B really had me worried because that’s what aggravated things last Monday after all of the C2B in 14.2 the day before. We’ll see how it feels later tonight and tomorrow once inflammation kicks in.
Headed out to the garage around 7:30 and jumped on the Air Dyne (AD2) for 10:00. Knocked out 351 calories to beat my record by 9. That hurt and was a mental grind. Kept 80-81 rpm until the final 40 seconds.