A good session - I always learn things from Rannoch. Lee also gives some commentary
A few things I noticed about myself:
- Mobility work is getting more important to me - fitness for the long term;
- I was holding back on some of the workout sessions - I did not want to be too wrecked for tomorrow's Krav Maga. Remember the post I did about avoiding exhaustion:
How useful in real life is such soreness? If a training session leaves you exhausted immediately after it and almost crippled with soreness the next day, is that a practical or useful way of training for everyday life?
- In light of my recent thoughts about posture I was spending a lot of the session looking at my colleagues and how they were standing. I was trying to see how "healthy" some of these stances and moves were. I was also constantly checking my own posture through the day tryin to apply the theory of Esther Gokhale.