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Physical Freedom 68/365 - 20220312

The day after the Open is always an odd one for me. Many of my friends are talking about redoing the workout, discussing their results and likey trying to game a few extra reps. That isn't me though. There's nothing wrong with it, but my honest opinion is that firstly it's a waste of your time and energy unless you're seriously trying to make the semi-finals and, secondly, it does much more harm than good when we take into account the fatigue, under recovered muscle groups, and negative self-talk that seems to accompany all redos. For me, the battle is more about whether my body needs to rest, train, or something in between. Today the latter won out, so I did a few bits, but the volume was pretty low. I trained at 9:30am, 3:30pm and 5:30pm.

Session 1

5 Rounds:

5 Strict Pull-Ups

10 Strict Dips

Session 2

5 Rounds:

10 Seconds Barefoot Sprint

Walk back to start in between

Session 3

5 Rounds:

5 Strict Pull-Ups

10 Strict Dips

3 Rounds:

20 Second L-Sit


I used my new pull-up tower again. It's pretty good for the money, and a realistic budget option for those who don't want to splash out on a full rig!


At 8am I had 4 rashers of bacon, 4 small fried eggs, half a large avocado and a handful of blueberries.

At 3pm I had a pack of meatballs.

At 4:45pm I had roast beef and cheese on top of a large jacket sweet potato.

I'll likely eat again at 8:30pm, which will be mince topped with cheese, followed by mixed grapes, berries, yoghurt and honey.



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