but I’m not.
My arms were super sore after Murph on Saturday. Which surprised me because I’ve been doing Murph every month for the past two months and was fine afterwards.
But what I hadn’t been doing was the workout I did on the Thursday BEFORE Murph:
3 thrusters, 10 pull ups, 4 thrusters, 10 pull ups, etc through 12 thrusters and and it was an AMRAP (as many rounds as possible).
Which meant I did 140 pull ups (all strict).
Not the smartest thing to do before Murph. But I never think of the number of reps involved and how many I’ll actually do. I didn’t think I’d get that far in the first place.
Which is besides the point.
The point is I’m pushing myself really, really hard these days, and it catches up eventually.
The nice part is now that I’m doing my own programming I’m constantly adjusting it based on how I feel. I plan for the week, but change it as I go along.
I’m thoroughly enjoying this life I lead. Immensely.
I may not be invincible. But I am unstoppable.