2a)Safety Squat Bar Squat- deep and narrow 205x8 215x8 x8
2b)Hanging Oblique Leg Raise 3x8/side
3a)Glute Ham Raise w/hip flexion (rear elevated) BWx8 x8 x7
4)Seated Calf Raise 90x8 x8
Bar is starting to feel a little more comfortable on my back in the squats. Still not hitting depth consistently, and my elbows seem to be pushing off of my thighs on the last few reps.
I'm including the SSB squat to get more comfortable in the upright squat position. For such light weight, it really wasn't too easy, especially when paired with ab work. Had to fight extra hard not to cave over.
The new way that I've been doing the glute hams on the roller pad model have really been hitting the hamstrings hard, and the glutes in a better way than before. It's not like the EFS model in which you practically can't do it wrong, but it'll have to do.
Wednesday, I was forced to do cardio in "going out" shoes because I didn't have my gym shoes. It tore up the backs of my heels and bled through the socks, which makes cardio and walking around in general quite a fun activity right now.
And last night, I ate 3 Jellos that I thought were sugar-free but were apparently not. My roommates heard me cursing and when I told them why, they looked confused. I hate accidentally cheating on my diet...few things more annoying.
Damn Jello, Matt McGorry
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