Last week was one of the best weeks I have had in a long time. After the Crossfit games open sectionals ended, I decided to take a week off of CF to sleep in an extra hour every day, to let my shin splints heal and to focus on getting some PR’s in my lifts. All of these goals were accomplished, along with a few other surprises.
If I had a list of things that were of greatest interest to me, a strong posterior chain and a swole belly would hover somewhere in the top ten every time.
For those who don’t know, a posterior chain is defined as “a group of muscles, tendons and ligaments on the posterior kinetic chain of the body. Examples of these muscles include the biceps femoris, gluteus maximus, erector spinae muscle group, trapezius, posterior deltoids, and so on”.
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Good morning loyal subjects, this is my first blog post, on my first blog, after years of saying I would never start a blog, it looks like I caved in. I may as well tell you a little about myself, and why I started this blog.
I am 23 years old, recently married, currently trying to attain my Bachelors in Strategic Communications, I am a huge fan of eating amazing food, especially food that my wife cooks, and I am an avid Crossfitter but have recently started to focus more on Strength and explosive speed, specifically the Powerlifts and Oly Lifts.