I'm weak and soft, but I'm back in it.
Wife finished her final radiation session this past week, so we celebrated. It was nice, and she's as giddy as a schoolgirl. What a monkey to have off your back.
No support. No weight, for that matter. Not really. Gonna take some time to get back to where I was.
Every set had no more than 60 seconds rest before starting the next, even in transitions. At least it went quickly, though I was sucking wind hard by the end.
Abs on the GHR, 2x10, 60s between sets
Front squat, 3x6, 60s, about 200# on the bar
DL, 3x6, 60s, same weight, same bar
Lunges, 3x10 per leg, 60s (no rest between legs, one side at a time), same weight
push-ups, 3x10, 60s, no weight -- trying to be nice to my right shoulder
Throwing regularly again and working out with the boy. He's starting to grow fairly seriously now, but he has a lot of catching up to do, and he desperately wants to look bigger when he goes back to school. If he wants to make the baseball team again this year, he has to get bigger and sport a better arm. So we're working together.
I started a contract for 20 hours a week, which is fantastic. For one thing, income is awesome; for another, it's a HIPAA compliance audit, which should take months. I have weeks. Crunch time. I know I'll work more than 20 hours a week to deliver it, but I'm fine with that. Better to shine now and walk away with a bigger contract.
Also interviewing with a company in Tennessee very near my parents' home. That would be awesome too, though tough for commuting, since the boy has to stay here.
So, maybe things are looking up. At least I know I'm stone-free, and I have a little bit of income coming in.
Hang tough, guys. Welcome back.