Ridiculous amounts of energy/focus today.
1) Pull-up progression:
3 x standard grip + 3 push-ups
3 x wide grip + 3 push-ups
3 x narrow grip + 3 push-ups
3 x chin-up + 3 push-ups
3 x mixed grip chin + 3 push-ups
3 x mixed grip chin (opp.) + 3 push-ups
3 x ring pull-ups + 3 push-ups
2) 250m Run + 250m Row
3) Hip Mob.
A) Back Squat, 5×5, 10X0 – 135#, 155#, 185#, 195#, 200#x3
B) 5 RFT:
3 HSPU (piked on box)
5 OHS @ 95#
7 KB Swings @ 28kg
C) Run: 710m @ 80%, ~4:30
A) Pull-up Work
In 12 min., complete:
3 Wide-grip Pull-ups
3 Narrow-grip Pull-ups
3 Mixed-grip Chin-ups (left side over)
3 Mixed-grip Chin-ups (right side over)
3 Ring Pull-ups
* Add 3 Ring Dips between each set of pull-ups.
B) 4 rounds of:
3:00 to complete 400m run + AMRAP back squat (135#) from floor
A) Some broken sets. Getting back into shoulder/pull-up strength.
B) 30 back squats (10, 7, 7, 6). Last round run felt awful.
I work with a lot of front-end folks who are happy with their OSX tools. I tend to stick to OSX when doing front-end work as well. But as I spend most of my time in Visual Studio, I thought it fantastic that support for non-Microsoft frameworks are continuing to make their way into the IDE.
Favorite quote from Hanselman’s post:
I love having watched the climate/culture shift in Microsoft dev teams these last several years towards OSS and healthier integrations with and inclusion of other tools/tech.