Pull/lower body workout featuring snatch grip deadlifts
There was a time when I wouldn’t be caught dead on camera without lifting over 400lbs.
Pure, unadulterated, ego.
But I figured something out along the way:
In my younger days I could get a muscle pull or a strain and be fine in a day or two.
Now, the slightest tweak will put me out for weeks.
Longevity is the name of the game for me right now and I want to be training long after the middle of this century.
Here’s the workout for the day:
Snatch grip deadlifts 5×5
Conventional deadlifts 3×5
Hip snatches 5×3 superset with hanging leg raises
Off set overhead sand bag lunges superset with burpees 5 sets of 3 each side and 5
Lying dumbbell triceps extensions 4 sets of 15
No movement is truly low risk. I have a friend who’s squatted 1,000 plus in a meet who threw out his back picking up a ten pound weight.
The aim is to reduce risk and get rid of ego.
Morning: 1 cup Coffee and 1 serving 1stPhorm Opti-Greens.
Post workout: 2 scoops of 1stPhorm Phormula 1 with 1 scoop Ignition
3 Whole Eggs scrambled with cheese, mushrooms, and kale plus 1 cup brocolli salad and 2 tablespoons Primal Kitchen Ceasar dressing. 1 Packet 1stPhorm Microfactor.
Snack: 1 scoop of 1stPhorm Level 1 and 1 cup of oatmeal with flax.
Dinner: 8 oz chicken breast breaded with almond flour and baked. 1 cup broccoli salad with 2 tablespoons Primal Kitchen Ceasar Dressing.
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