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7/22/19

Warm Up 

SSB Squats w/ 100# chains 

135x5, 135x5, 225x3, 225x3, 275x2, 295x2, 315x2, 325x1, 225x3, 225x3, 225x3 speedy 

Hex Bar Deads against 100# chains / Snatch Grip High Pulls 

250x3, 250x3, 345x2, 345x2, 345x2, 345x2, 345x2 / 195x2, 195x2, 195x2, 195x2, 195x2, 195x2 

Goblet Single Leg Bulgarian Split Squats / 45# PLate twists / One Sided hex bar holds (for obliques) 

3x10each leg @ 40# DB / 3x20 / 3x5each side (with 5 second hold at top on each rep) @ 70# on one side. 
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7/23/19 

Throws. Not the night I wanted but got some reps in.

16# Ostone 
Fronts x4 best of 40'
Stands x7 best of 44' 
Glides x6 best of 48' not bad, stone feeling good lately just not truly going all out 

Heavy Hammer x1 lol then it broke. I did some Wind and slam into the ground drills first but yeah, bummer. 

Light Hammer x6 best of 127' stopped then because my right oblique is a little sore from my lift yesterday and it was starting to talk to me. Not an injury at all but just being smart. 
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Did some WOB at home. Trimmed a branch back that had options at 14'4, 15'3, and 16'1 (nice curve to it) 

Took about 10 throws cleared some 14'4 and 15'3 but didnt try for 16'1. Just trying to nail down some good rhythm. 

Then I lifted 

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Bench Press + 100# Chains 

135x5, 135x3, 185x3, 185x3, 225x2, 255x1, 255x1, 255x1, 255x1. Felt good. 

Pull Ups / Push Press 

8,8,8,8 / 135x5, 135x3, 165x3, 165x3, 165x3, 165x3 

DB Seal Rows / Banded Tricep Push Downs 

4x10 @ 80s, 90s, 90s, 90s / 4x25 
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7/26/19

Went to throw after work. 

HWFD
1-turns x4 best of 38' woo
Fulls x6 best of 41' not as woo 

LWFD x2 and then I felt a pop/snap behind my left knee. Panicked mildly but walked around and it felt stable. Did a couple squats and it was a little tight but nothing bad. 

Later that night and the next morning it stiffened up fierce. No swelling oddly, but I couldnt bend my knee using my muscles, only passively. Eventually, used some voodoo floss and aleve and it loosened up and walking became normal. Went to urgent care because all orthos are closed on weekends (the only time people get hurt! lol) and he said all my CLs and meniscus feel strong and they are not causing pain.

Likely a high calf tendon strain or hamstring strain. either way, it's 3 days later and I went on a 2 mile walk with my dog and it felt fine. Certain movements still give me a dull pain, like anything related to a heel strike. Being on toes/balls of feet feels fine. 

Not sure how this weekend at detroit will go, but i'm gonna try it out. Wont throw or do anything stupid until then, but will keep doing some rehab work on it. 
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Dicked around and did some upper body training today. In between sets I did some ankle mobility work with bands, Hamstring curls with bands, and TKEs. Nothing caused pain, some minor discomfort but nothing that made me need to stop

Hopefully getting some blood flow into the area will accelerate healing. 

That's all for today. Will do more tomorrow, maybe some abs and stuff too. 
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Warm up, decided to try out a few lifts. Been feeling good, knee/leg/something still has moments of pain but no weakness or instability so thats good

Hang Cleans 

135x5, 135x3, 185x3, 185x3, 225x3, 225x3, 225x3, 225x3 no pain so thats good. Definitely favored it unconsciously but otherwise good. 

Hex Bar Deads 

250x5, 250x5, 250x5, 300x5, 300x5 totally fine

Seal Rows / Push Ups / Leg Lifts 

3x15 @ 60s / 3x20 / 3x12 

Banded Curls / TKEs 

3x30 / 3x25 

All in all i needed this mentally. Gonna strap up the knee/leg and see what happens Saturday. 
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8/1/19

Did some drills/tests/throws in my yard/driveway to see what was what

Everything held together well. Some mild pain during stone drills but that was it. We shall see!
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Originally posted by TheJeff696 TheJeff696 wrote:

7/26/19
Wont throw or do anything stupid... 

This part seems like it might be a reach....
Have a blast in Detroit, give the Paulis and the Stasas a big kiss for me!
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Haha will do! 

I didnt actually throw anything except 2 WOB attempts. 

It wasn't that stupid.... :-D 
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8/3/2019

Detroit Highland Games, Livonia, MI 

PROS: Nathan Burchett, Chuck Kasson, Damien Fisher, Tom Sroka, Sean Urquhart, Jeff Kaste, John Pilling, Dan Tennison, Luke Crowley, Kevin Becker, and Gilly. 

18# OStone- 43'9 
LWFD- 76'8
22# Hammer- 103'6 
Caber- 70 degrees 
WOB- 15'

Overall: 7th. 

Really happy about this weekend. Numbers were poop for the most part but my knee/leg survived! It only really bothered me in stone, hence the garbage number. Everything else I just didn't hit a good throw. But there was no catastrophic failure or lingering pain so it was great. 

Will continue to train and do rehab on it for the next week or 2. Hoping the issue is completely gone by Maine. Fergus this weekend!  
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8/5/19 

Warm Up 

SSB Box Squats (to parallel) + 100# chains 

135x5, 135x3, 225x3, 225x3, 275x3, 275x3, 275x3, 275x3, 275x3 felt good. Just avoiding deep squats even though I suspect they'd be fine. 

Bench Press + doubled Red Bands / Hex Bar deads against thick band 

135x5, 135x3, 155x3, 185x3, 185x3, 185x3, 185x3, 185x3 / 250x2, 250x2, 250x2, 250x2, 250x2, 250x2

Pull Ups / DB Bulgarian Split Squats / Leg Lifts 

10, 10, 9 (poop!) / 3x6 each leg @ 30s / 3x10 
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8/6/19

Went to throw a bit, had to work some stuff out in weights 

HWFD x8 best of 40'-41' very happy here. Distance is whatever but it's been a couple weeks since I have thrown this and I was able to clean up my first turn, which has plagued me. Knee was a little wonky and I definitely was more hesitant with the heavier weight to really plant and drive over it. I added some extra compression with tape and that helped. 

LWFD x8 best of 80' this was much better. 4 throws over 79' which has been all but non-existent this year. 

Finished with some 28# Pud throws x20 

Likely wont be able to practice again due to impending thunderstorms today, traveling on Thursday and Friday for my long journey to Fergus! 
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8/10/19 

Fergus Highland Games, Fergus, Ontario, Canada 

PROS: Dan Tennison, Rob Young, Jamie Gunn, Jamie Trask, Jeremy GIllingham, Nathan Burchett, Jeff Kaste, Chuck Kasson, Lorne Colthart, John Pilling, Josh Goldthorp, Owen Willems 

25# OStone - 36'1 
HH- 106'4
LH- 128'8
HWFD- 44'4 
LWFD- 78'1
Caber (19'6, 110) 1:15
Sheaf (bonus money only)- 27'
WOB- 14' 

Overall: 7th 

Mamma mia what a competition. I feel like I threw pretty well and could barely muster 7th. Just an all out battle, the top 3 only slightly separated themselves from everyone else, but no one was a clear favorite all day. I think LWFD and WOB were my 2 worst events, and WOB didn't matter much for placing based on who else made 14' or 15'. LWFD would have turned the tides a bit had I been able to throw like 81', and my final throw was better than 78' but foul. Oh well. 

Had a blast, ate a lot of poutine, and just love these games. Hope to be back in the not so distant future. 

Only 2 games left for the season: Maine and Wisconsin. Going to make the best of it and hope for good numbers for Celtic next year. 
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10 hours in the car the day before had me feeling tight so I took my time with warm ups today. 

Warm Up 

RDL / Hang Clean combo (3 RDLs + 2 hang cleans) 

135, 135, 185, 225, 225, 225, 225 then just 2 hang clean singles 255x1, 275x1 

SSB Box Squat against 100# chains / DB OHP alternating arms 

135x5, 135x3, 225x2, 225x2, 225x2, 225x2, 225x2, 225x2 / 30sx10each, 40sx10 each, 45sx10each, 45sx10each, 45sx10each

Band Single Arm Rows / Push Ups 

3x15 each arm green band / 3x15 
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I like your log. You're the right kind of strong. I wish I could drop my gym bro mentality and lift like an athlete, but I'm a silly person.
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Thanks dude! I really need to be more strong in certain areas but I never make the gains I need because every time I start moving in the right direction, it's time to throw again so I lose all the momentum I built up. 

I have to remind myself that I don't lift to be a power lifter/body builder and it helps...a little....god my arms are small
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Throws 

21# Braemar x8 best of 38' meh 

16# Ostone glides x6 best of 48' 

LWFD x10 best of 79' was all over the place. Once I left I realized what I was doing wrong. May throw again tomorrow and do a couple reps to figure it out
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Moar throws 

HWFD x6 best of 41' this felt great, just took it easy, stayed long. 

LWFD x7 best of 80' more consistently good than yesterday. Happy here too. 

Light hammer x7 best of 132' had a tough time getting beyond 127'. Hit is 3 times in a row. Wasn't reaching to the right on my third wind as far as I could be and once I added that, it flew. Whew. 

Rest for 2 days, some light movement and blood flow work, and then Maine games Saturday. 
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Maine Highland Games, Topsham, Maine

PROS: Jeff Kaste, Eddie Brown, Beau Fay, Matt Doherty 

23# Braemar- 37'9
16# OStone- 47'11.5 
HWFD- 42'2 
LWFD- 83'9 
HH- 104'2
LH- 128'8
Caber (18'6, 120#) 12:30 
WOB- 15' 
Sheaf- 26'6 

Overall: 1st. 

Was really happy with how I threw. We had a small class so we threw with the pro masters the whole day which was great since all those guys usually throw pro with us. Not sure if Pro Master will continue at Maine, but it was a great success! 

Should have hit bigger numbers with stones and HWFD was UGLY because my first turn was gigantic on each throw. I kept that going into LWFD and fixed it at the last moment to hit a good throw for me. Hammers were fine but i felt my oblique/ab area stretching a bit. Not a strain as there was no immediate pain, but I didnt wanna push it. 

Thrilled the most about caber. Never turned that stick, in 3 or 4 years of using it. FINALLY defeated it, twice! And had good pulls on the challenge bounty caber. Zolk had the best attempt at it but it still would not turn. 

Thank you to Alison and all her volunteers for being awesome and making Maine a fantastic games! 

2 weeks until Wisconsin, the finale to this season as I will not be at Loon (worlds) and did not make the cut for Celtic. Sad, but it's all good. Excited for the Wisconsin games and the wacky day 2 events I keep hearing about! 
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Adding a bit of volume this week with no games coming up.

Warm Up 

SSB Squat + 100# chains 

135x5, 135x5, 225x3, 225x3, 275x1, 305x1, 325x1, 225x3, 225x3, 225x3 *drop chains* 225x3, 225x3, 225x3 speedy 

Hex Bar Deads against thick black band / Pull Ups 

250x3, 325x3, 325x3, 325x3, 325x3, 325x3 / 5, *add 20# chain x3, 40# chain x3, 50# chains x3, 60# chains x3, drop all chains x8 

Single Leg Bulgarian Split Squat w/ 45# DBs / Single Leg DB RDL w/ 45# 

3x5 each leg / 3x5 each leg 

Sweaty mess
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Maine Highland Games, Topsham, Maine

Overall: 1st. 



Solid.  Good work El Jefe.

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Thanks man! Trying to make the most of the rest of this season. 
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I've got one game left next month.  I'm twenty pounds down from normal throwing weight, so strength is down but I'm moving better.  We'll see how it goes.

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Good luck! Use all that extra speed you have now!
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Throws 

Decided to really work on stones and getting my right hip through. 

21# Braemar 
Fronts x5 best of 35' 
Stand x10 best of 40'+ hooooraaaay 

16# OStone 
Glides x10 best of 51' finally. My final 5-6 throws were 48'+ 

WOB x10
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Lookin' good. Have Luke polish the title belt for you before the Wisconsin games.
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I'll remind him, although we will both likely lose to Alyssa hahaha
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Warm Up 

Snatch High Pulls 

135x6, 135x6, 185x6, 185x6, 185x6 

Bench Press + 100# Chains / DB Seal Rows 

135x5, 135x3, 185x3, 185x3, 225x1, 255x1, 275x1 noice 185x3, 185x3, 185x3 *drop chains* 185x3, 185x3, 185x3 / 80sx10, 80sx10, 80sx10, 80sx10 

Wide Grip Pull Ups / DB Shoulder side/rear raises / Banded Tricep Push Downs 

3x4 w/ 3 second decent / 3x12 @ 15s each variation / 3x25 against black band 
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Throws 

HWFD x8 best of 41' just working positions more than anything 

LWFD x10 best of 77' fixed my first turn, which is nice! But distances suffered because of my focus on that. 

My right oblique/side/fat feels kinda hurty. May not throw much else but stone in the next week to avoid hurting it more. We'll see. 
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8/24/19

Turns out my side fat pain was a trigger point near the back of my ribcage/QL area. I beat the hell out of it and it feels a lot better. 

Decided to throw a little light hammer in celebration. 

McKim Drills x6 

16# Hammer x7 best of 130' didn't go balls out and it was good.

Then did some oly hammer with the scots hammer to prep for wacky events at Wisconsin

full 3 turn throws x6 best of 150' pathetic but fun! 
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