my back/rib still hurts. I took yesterday fully off.
Today I'm just going to do some intervals, so I can keep the weight off my spine.
Hopefully by tomorrow, I'll be able to move and breathe well enough to do my heavy upper body work.
More on that as it develops.
I've been a little lax on my diet of late. So I'm officially going to buckle it down. Just a lot of little bits here and there, and to be honest, I want to be more diligent. I am starting to get "old man fat" android adiposity inside my abdominal cavity. That's a red flag for insulin resistance, and C.V. disease. I'm 32, it's time to get that sorted out. It may hurt my PL numbers, but who the hell cares. Can't set PRs if you're dead.
I am in discussions with my rowing club to become the Strength and Conditioning coach for the men's team. I am talking to the head coach this weekend about it. The men's team has issues, they're mostly lightweight men (155 weight limit) but in master's rowing there are very few lightweight races. So when they race Open weight men, they have a built in excuse for losing (even though at most levels there is not a significant difference in speed between open-weights and lightweights). My goal as S and C coach (assuming I get the gig) is to create an environment where the guys are mentally tough, and trust in each other. I'll know exactly what's what on Saturday.