So I have been lagging on the blog. I stopped doing GOMAD since I took some time off and haven't been lifting heavy. I am still holding steady at 171 so that's great. My workout today was:
5 rounds for time of
20 Double Unders
20 Wall Balls (20#)
It took me 15:40. I suck at double unders so that's what slowed me down the most. I have not spent a lot of time trying to get them down and have a hard time stringing them together. I usually do one double under followed by a single then a double under and so on and so forth. Tomorrow morning I am going to wake up bright and early and CrossFit at 6:30 am. The WOD is 4 rounds for time:
10 Deadlifts 185/115
Yay more Double Unders! I will probably do 115 or even 100 for the Deadlifts since the last time I did it I injured my back. I feel healthy but I am going to keep it light. Even at 115 that is 4600 lbs of deadlifting and I got injured deadlifting a volume of 4305. That 4305 was at a weight of 205 though. So my question is, will higher volume at lower intensity hurt my back? I don't think so. It is kind of like a sprinter pulling a hammie in the 100m. Will a light 400m reinjure them after the heal? No. Nonetheless, I will do some research just to make sure and let you know.