Energy systems and energy flows within the human body are information rich. If we don't traverse the full range of energy systems through acute stress such as exercise, dietary variety and variance in energy flow, hormonal mechanisms and physiologic adaptions designed to respond favourably to activation of these energy pathways and energy flows become desensitised - they lose information which is crucial for informed adaption (and don't forget that the brain is plastic - which may have consequences when it comes to trying to 'unlearn' maladaption).
I've a three hour hill walk this evening so I cannot '321'.
Warm Up (5 minutes)
Main (30 minutes).
1. Handstand work (10 mins)
2a. Chin Variations (Two Arm + 25kg x 8, +40kg x 4, Slow One-Arm Eccentric 1 x each arm)
2bi. Headstand RLLs (6, 6)
2bii. Deadlift (single 150kg)
2c. Manna (three rounds for time)
2di. Wall Walk (3, 3)
2dii. Backbridge 15s
3. Two-Way DB Rotator Cuff (12 x external and internal shoulder rotations)
4. Wrist Push Ups from the Knee (12)
The Handstands felt laboured but I finished on a quality hold, having found the sweet spot. I chucked in some exercise variations today and even opted for a single DL. Lifted 150kg but reckon I could have done a bit more.
The chinning was good. I was tempted with another set of eccentrics but I felt that my weaker arm (left), might find it 'unfavourable'. Listen to your body!