I am not a big Woody Allen fan but I do agree with his principle on success.
"80% of success is showing up."
As I was training today (a very short workout) his quote made perfect sense to me. Just showing up is half the battle. If people just committed 20 to 30 minutes, 3 times per week for focused exercise, they would be astonished how much progress they would make in one year, yet alone one decade.
A-1 Double KB Front Lunge
20kg x 2 5 x 5/5
B-1 Clean and Press
20kg 2 x 2/2
16kg 3 x 5/5
B-2 Single KB Bent Over Row
32kg 1 x 8/8
28kg 2 x 6/6
That was it. My elbows are really jacked, especially my right elbow where I had reconstructive surgery. Something is not right. The ligaments feel weird and often I cannot straighten my arm if I have it in a flexed position for any length of time. Moving furniture around this weekend trashed it. I love the high rep KB Ballistic work but it seems to be aggrivating my elbow. I need to find a balance between high KB rep work and recovery. I'm still not there yet. Going to do some studying on how I might rehab my elbows. The forearm stretching and band extensions don't seem to be working.