Nov 19, 2009


I'm still very mentally drained from the horrible news I got yesterday and it's finally starting to sink in that it's a reality. It's also starting to give me motivation because this is not what I want to die from. I know my odds are horrible right now considering this is the 3rd time I've had it and now I'm considered Stage 4 but who cares I've always had to bust my butt to accomplish anything successful in my life and I wouldn't expect this to be any different. I'm extremely grateful for all my supporters because without all of you I would be in the dump right now. I have come to many tears of joy today hearing all the support and just a hug that says I'm here is all I can ask for.
On to my WOD:

A. Deadlift-5,5,5 rest 240sec b/t sets(only pr 5-10lbs from 2 weeks ago then stop; overhand grip as long as possible)
B. Shoulder Press 60% 1RM 2x8sets; rest 30sec b/t sets
C. Max 30 unbroken double unders in 5 minutes

A. 205,215,225
B. Rx'd 75lbs
C. 6 sets

I felt horrible starting off today so decided to throw on my iPod and blast some Hatebreed to get me up from my slump. I don't know if I was mad at this cancer or if my deadlift has improved but I was extremely happy with the results today. No bouncing on the deads. I did this for the first time 2 weeks ago and struggled horribly with 215 with alternate grip. I ripped 225 overhand like I was going to hurt someone. Oh man, Colin let me do a 1RM before I start to head downhill I want that 300. I feel like I'm there. The shoulder press was fine. Supposed to use 72 so just went up and the DU were hard to focus but I got through it.
One last thing(I know this is long) I've decided to really tweek my diet this time and no cheating on anything. I will help to reverse this process in my body. I'm still going to stay Paleo but I'm going to eat 70%fat,20% protein, 10% carbs(all veges) NO FRUIT AT ALL. The only thing I will allow is fresh strawberries and it's going to be rare. I'm starting this Saturday and going for 52days. Should be getting more scans by then. Interested to see how they turn out.

1 comment:

  1. If you haven't read "The Paleo Diet", please do. You do need to consider your fat sources. I know I was getting it wrong. Read the whole thing, cover to cover. And I'm not convinced that all fruit should be eliminated. Blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries all have a lower glycemic index than strawberries, and are richer in antioxidants.