OK, maybe not on rest sucks, but it's sure hard to get the body moving after the break. I need to remember to stretch on the non-training days. That's going to be a big deal as I go to Denver tomorrow. This two week, three rotation program is going to prove about right. Today was the last day of 11 consecutive training days and I feel that much more would start breaking me down. My first rotation is shorter but harder/heavier, the 2nd is a medium with more volume. The last one is the same as the first one but not being fresh I don't push the intensity so much but rather shoot for a high quality session. All in all it's another brick in the wall.
I have the Pasadena Senior Games two weeks from yesterday and my buddy Gary Scheffe is coming in from Texas to jump with me in it. I have no idea what to expect from me. I think my body will be OK but I know nothing about the facility and I don't know what new poles will be here yet. I think the best plan is just to stay on my 14'7s (4.45m) until after the Southern California Masters Championships (also in Pasadena) on June 16.
I feel like I'm gaining some momentum but I'm far from feeling like an athlete. I'll just stay after it. Cosnistency is everything. Thanks for being here and have a great evening. Bubba
Ted Nugent - "Wango Tango" - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LqFUEcM9wR0