Week 7 day 2 of training. -
Fatigue is climbing, but I’m still making weekly progress slowly hitting Pr’s. -
Deload might be coming soon, but for now ima see how far I can push this training block as long as progress keeps coming ima keep pushing. -
Slight adjustments to my training, noticed that I struggle to get over 8 reps when doing barbell RDL not from the weight but simply running out of breath and not being able to keep myself stable any longer. -
Tested out to see if increasing weight would feel better and it did so now I made the adjustment of going from 6-10 on barbell RDL to 4-8 for now will see how this goes. -
The only way you know if something will work for you is if you test it out and asses the results from it so I test and asses and will see how it goes. -
Edgar out ✌🏽.
I had a moment. .
If you have ever been on a weight loss journey you will get how difficult it is. How every day can be a struggle. The inner voice always telling you that you are not doing enough, you are not worthy enough. It’s really self destructive. But In the sake of being brutally honest it’s a battle I fight almost daily. I feel like progress is painfully slow, and that the odds are stacked against me. But that simply isn’t true. The odds are what I make them. Progress is progress no matter how painfully slow. My wonderful amazing body is rewarding me daily with all the things that it is doing for me. I can run all the miles, do all the workouts, I so capable of everything that I thought I wasn’t. I bought the smallest jeans I have purchased in years last night. On a whim I decided to compare them to the size I once wore. And looking at them I had a moment, a moment of disbelief, of sadness, joy, and all these other emotions I can’t describe rolled into one. And yes I cried a little. So today I’m going to be thankful for this amazing body of mine and all the things it’s capable of doing. No matter what size it is. Because after all this body has been with me on this roller coaster through it all.