I love Sunday mornings! Our family has a big breakfast together as we get ready for the upcoming week. Today was similar to other Sunday mornings. I try to get my most difficult and strenuous training session in on Sunday mornings. It gives me the best opportunity for recovery during the week, and I get the lift done before 11am.
Training is starting to ramp up a bit. Week 1 called for 4 x 8. Week 2 called for 5 x 7. Week 3 called for 5 x 7 with a 10% increase in weight per exercise. I'm not training for strength, yet. I'm getting my body ready for the rigors of what is yet to come. I probably won't reach the strength levels I had when I was 26 years old, but that is ok. I'm not training for a powerlifting meet. I'm training to get my body ready to throw over 50m again. I turn 36 this February. I'm looking forward to throwing in a meet again.
Below you can watch my C1/C2 complex-Incline Bench Press immediately followed by Deadlifts.
Below you can watch the A1/A2 complex-Safety Squat Bar Squats and Military Press
Dr. Infurna is an active powerlifter and thrower. He has recently shifted his focus to training for Triathlon races. His next race is the Rochester Sprint Triathlon at the end of August, 2019.