115#×2 last night. Ran 5 miles yesterday morning, biked to work and back, then 5/3/1 Bench and OHP:
-5/3/1 Bench (week 2): 45#×5, 65#×5, 85#×5, 95#×3, 105#×3, 115#×2. Failed the 3rd rep, not surprising because I am still weak from the weekend. 
-5/3/1 OHP (week 2): 45#×5, 55#×5, 60#×5, 65#×3, 70#×3, 80#×3 (made this one at least! Thnx shoulders).
-Kettlebell OHP: 25#×8×3
-Pull-Ups: 5×5

115#×2 last night. Ran 5 miles yesterday morning, biked to work and back, then 5/3/1 Bench and OHP:
-5/3/1 Bench (week 2): 45#×5, 65#×5, 85#×5, 95#×3, 105#×3, 115#×2. Failed the 3rd rep, not surprising because I am still weak from the weekend.
-5/3/1 OHP (week 2): 45#×5, 55#×5, 60#×5, 65#×3, 70#×3, 80#×3 (made this one at least! Thnx shoulders).
-Kettlebell OHP: 25#×8×3
-Pull-Ups: 5×5

In other news, a Boston police department icecream truck exists.

In other news, a Boston police department icecream truck exists.

Ootd that I liked even if it’s simple, my cute shoes that need to be stretched, and I finally got the damn morph-ball bombs in metroid.

"However, I think the explanation is more complex and mirrors the silence of many people that I witness in real life. A lot of white people aren’t speaking out publicly against the killing of Michael Brown because they don’t see a space for themselves to engage meaningfully in the conversation so that they can move to action against racism. It’s not so much that they have nothing to say but rather they don’t see an opportunity being opened up for them to say something or to do something that matters. Or they might not be sure what to say or how to do it. They might have a hard time seeing a role for themselves in the fight against racism because they aren’t racist, they don’t feel that racism affects them or their loved ones personally, they worry that talking about race and differences between cultures might make things worse, or they think they rarely see overt racism at play in their everyday lives. And, sometimes, they are afraid. There’s a real fear of saying the wrong thing even if the intention is pure, of being alienated socially and economically from other white people for standing in solidarity with black people, or of putting one’s self in harm’s way, whether the harm be physical or psychological. I’m not saying those aren’t valid fears but I am challenging white people to consider carefully whether failing to speak out or act because of those fears is justified when white silence and inaction mean the oppression and death of black people."
- 12 things white people can do now because Ferguson - Quartz (via crankyashley)

(via crankyashley)

daniellethesheep:

Running motivation for @notjustrunnershigh

Sometimes I question how I ever ran without you. The other day I chased a guy wearing a Pizza Hut shirt because it was slightly motivational but this is 10x better.

daniellethesheep:

Running motivation for @notjustrunnershigh

Sometimes I question how I ever ran without you. The other day I chased a guy wearing a Pizza Hut shirt because it was slightly motivational but this is 10x better.

I am a terrible runner. Last night I was lacing up for run #2, realized I hadn’t eaten besides that Panera mac&cheese because of my dumb stomach, and called it for the day so I could go eat instead. I was/am still feeling the queasiness of the food poisoning from Saturday so I didn’t end up eating last night or pre-run, so my run this morning to make up for yesterday totally sucked. I used to have major emetophobia that I’m still working on, so dealing with the anxiety of feeling ill myself has been wrecking my weekend and even today’s workouts. Argh :/

primalandfitness4me:

notjustrunnershigh I up your pull-up pic with a quick video

Yeeeees!!