Two Is Better Than One

Picked up my new car last night so didn’t have time for a run. Up early and in the garage just after 7. Warmed up with 5:00 Air Dyne (2.43 km).

Coffee Squats

Front Squats

  • 10×45#
  • 5×135#
  • 5×205#
  • 3×245#
  • 2×275#
  • 2×305#
  • 2×320# (PR)

Well, well, well. My previous max was 315# and I beat it for a double. Booyah! Wore the belt for the last two sets.

Heading out to the golf course. Somewhat easy last few days as far as conditioning goes. None actually. 🙂 I’ve set a squat PR with reps or weight for 6 consecutive days though, so probably not a bad thing going into “Murph” on Monday.

40 days gone by, with 9 left.

Felt like going for a run after work, so after 8 I laced up the Pumps and headed out. Wore the heart rate monitor and connected it to RunKeeper. Nice easy run of 2.71 miles in 27:10 with an average heart rate of 130. My HR was actually pretty steady after it got there, even though my pace got significantly slower in the final mile.

With the 18 holes of walking the course, the Health app in my iPhone puts me at over 10 miles on foot today.

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Nick Momrik

I'm searching for the perfect golf swing and my first hole-in-one. I'm addicted to CrossFit. I work for Automattic.

One thought on “Two Is Better Than One”

  1. Awesome! Front squats are my favorite But I haven’t tried a new max since last year. Actually I’m pathetically sore from an every minute on the minute 3×145# for 10 min Wednesday plus soccer games. Right now my best 1RM attempt is 170# but I really want to retest soon… thanks for the inspiration & good job, especially with 2 reps!

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