Last night workout was really intense, for me. I'm not sure whether it was me who is really unfit or the workout was too intense. Let me know what you think.
One Arm Squat Press
Set 1(a) : 6kg, 20 each sides
Set 2(a) : 8kg, 10 each sides
Bent Over Row with Plates
Set 1(b) : 10kg, 20 reps
Set 2(b) : 20kg, 10 reps
Bulgarian Split Squat with Jump and Hands Touching The Ground (I know, sounds cheesy eh?)
Set 1(c) : BW, 15 each sides
Set 2(c) : 4kg DB, 10 each sides
Set 1 (d) : BW, 20 reps
Set 2 (d) : 2kg DB on Leg, 4kg DB on hands, 20 reps
BW Plyo Push Up
Set 1 (e) : 15 reps
Set 2 (e) : 15 reps
Set 1 (f) : BW, 20 reps
Set 2 (f) : 4kg DB, 20 reps
Modified Bent Over Rear Delt Raise
Set 1 (g) : 4kg, 20 repsSet 2 (g) : 4kg, 20 reps
Modified Grasshopper Push Up
(For my record : Right leg cross to left side of the body and not touching ground, left hand lift up, torso rotate at the same time)
Set 1 (h) : 10 each sides
Set 2 (h) : 10 each sides
Finish with 15 mins cardio
I couldn't do the cardio. I was too pooped out to do anything but lying on the bench. But I might wanna try it sometime this week. Probably on Saturday. By that time, I should've recovered from these absolute soreness that I'm feeling right now.
I still remember Adela Garcia, the Fitness Olympic Champion who tried out Crossfit. And my trainer said to me last night, "You can't just do strength training and strength training only. You must train your speed, stamina, agility, then only you'll be champion."
Being strong doesn't mean you can breeze through functional training. Able to run 1hr without stopping doesn't mean you can lift heavy. It's all about balance.