Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Spring Fitness Chart

SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
SLEEP
 
SLEEP
 
SLEEP
 
SLEEP
 
SLEEP
 
SLEEP
 
SLEEP
 
HOME
 
HOME
 
WORK
 
HOME
 
WORK
 
PLAY
 
PLAY^
strength
HOME
 
PLAY
 
WORK
 
PLAY
 
WORK
 
PLAY
 
PASTIME
 
PLAY
Leag/Ref
PLAY
Fury
PASTIME
 
PLAY^
volume
PLAY^
Scrimmage
PASTIME
 
PASTIME
 
PASTIME
 
PASTIME
 
PLAY
 
PASTIME
 
PASTIME
 
PASTIME
 
PASTIME
 
SLEEP
 
SLEEP
 
SLEEP
 
SLEEP
 
SLEEP
 
SLEEP
 
SLEEP
 

Second verse of home season, same as the first. Man, the first half of this home season has been a trip. Four bouts in six weeks! Then six weeks, which we're about in the middle of, until the next home bout. We keep practicing obviously, but we do get a little break from the hullabaloo that always surrounds bouts. I actually like the contrast, I like that the season started off hot and then this lull. I mean not if you're on travel team, the All-Stars had a bout against Naptown and this weekend Second Wind plays Toronto and the All-Stars play Montreal.

I'm doing a great job managing my high-low, and staying in season. By which I mean there's things I could do that would be a higher high than what I'm doing now, but this is partly due to my fitness being improved. So I'm pretty much equal to the practices that I'm in right now, and I'm good with that for now. I am here. I'm doing here, if that makes sense. My problem has always been doing here and there, which means not being as here as I should. Even if you can do more, you should always do here. When I'm there, I'll do there.

What's really going on with me fitnesswise doesn't show on the chart, it hasn't been about the three key practices and two recovery practices so much as all the rest of the time that I have to be active. I will have a lot more to say about this in a minute, so stay tuned—

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