Went to see a chiropractor today who specializes in sports injuries. Heard some good stuff about him through a friend who also had a major bike crash. My accident goes back to 2000 and left me with lots of hip, shoulder and neck issues. A little shoulder dislocation in 2010 did not help either.
He found a huge dysfunction in both my pecs and right glute, doing some basic tests. A couple of adjustments in my hip and collar bones and I could suddenly activate those muscles again, and see the difference for myself… But now I have to take it easy for a few days.
Troy has been sick and sleeping in our bed those last days… a hard training day for me!
LC @2x20kg x3min @11-12rpm x3sets: 36,34,33reps
LC @2x24kg x1min @11rpm
swing dropset @32,28,24kg: x20,20,20 e.s
squat @72,5kg x20
1 arm row @38kg x9,9 e.s / push ups x20,20
HRIT on spin bike x16min
easy rope skip/ BW exercises x20min
LC @2x20kg x8min @10rpm (last min @11rpm)
LC @2x16kg x3 min @14rpm
Squat @70kg x21
1arm LC @24kg,28kg,32kg x3 e.s
face pull cable @50kg x20, 20
hip thrust @50kg x12,12
I’ve decided to do a few things differently with my training: reduce the assistance training to minimum volume and see if I still get good progress or not.
Intervals LC @2x20kg: x13, 20 jerk only, 13,13,13,13,13,13,13,15
swing@20kg x80 e.s
Squat @65kg x21 (soon reaching a goal of mine 20reps @BW)
1leg RDL @2×20 x15, 15 e.s
Farmers walk @2x32kg x175steps
Mace swings, Hindu pushu ups, bar hang
run x10 min