So I was going to try to train today, but...*hangs head* I overdid it on Friday and I can't - still waaaay too sore and stiff and it'd do more harm than good. I started the week right, not killing myself first time "back" after so long being off pre/post meet. I did well all week..and I guess I thought I could just go for it already on Friday...so I did. HAH! I went back to the kind of volume I hadn't done probably for at least 10 or 12 weeks...not good, gotta build up to that kinda crap. Apparently I'm still not *really* listening, because I do know better....
So...slowing it back down. Lesson learned (again, no really - THIS time I learned ;)
Tentative plans, based on wishful recovery thinking below, actual results may differ ;)
Wednesday: Bench + 20 HIIT
Saturday: Arms/Sh + 30c
Sunglasses trainer guy made a good point the other day. He asked me about training my abs...I do train abs specifically a few times each week, but not hard. A few tough (4? 5?) sets a 3-4 days each week and that's that. My thinking has been that my core gets a pretty good workout every day I train, it's gotta be fully engaged for every lift else I'm flat out on my ass or hurting myself. He suggested I rethink that and I'm thinking he may be right. At least one day/wk with some focus?