LBBS is Low Bar Back Squat. You're welcome. I know you always wondered what that Acronym stood for.
Today was a WOD from heaven for me.
5RM back squat then 2 sets of 5 @90% of 5RM
then coach-led core work
walked in, Nick was coaching (which is always a good day), warm ups
weren't hideous, and I got to lift with two of my favorite peeps at CF.
That, and--painful as it is--I love coach-led ab work. Oh, and we cannot
neglect the fact that Nick played COUNTRY MUSIC the whole time we were
there. I might as well have been at home on my couch with a bowl of ice
cream, I was so happy. Oh, and he started the ab work Tabata with "Sweet
Home Alabama." I guess I'm stronger than I realized because I was not
thinking at all about the plank that I was holding, but rather about
singing every word to the song accurately. That was the fastest Tabata
WOD I've ever done! Thanks Nick!
We discussed the
difference between the high-bar and low-bar back squat. I used the low
bar position today as I had very recently done a series of high bar
squats. I executed a final weight of 135 pounds before running out of
time. I would have liked to have lifted another round or two.
the WOD the kids were finishing up their class, and so we hung out for a
while and worked on things like butterfly pull-ups and double-unders.
You know, the normal stuff.
God. Bless. CrossFit. It was a
perfect day at the box. Fun WOD, good friends, country music, and
butterfly pull-ups. What? Yeah. I'll get them eventually...Thanks Wendy for showing me how.
You're awesome. For reals.