All right, on the menu tonight was as follows:
Squat 3x1 climbing sets. I ended up doing 102.5kg-107.5kg-112.5kg; the last single being 2.5kg off my third attempt at nationals in April.
After the singles, we dropped it down to 2x3 @ 85% of our max single this session, which was 95kg for me. Followed by a challenge set where we had to grind out as many reps at that weight as possible. I ended up managing to hit 8 reps, I was quite pleased with that considering all the squatting that had gone on before that point.
Once we finished singles, we had some speed sumo deadlifts for 5x3. I did those at 90kg. Mind you, I wouldn’t quite call it a sumo deadlift; I don’t quite have the mobility/not comfortable yet in true sumo. I’d say my stance is more of a hybrid between conventional and sumo. Since we’ve added that to our programming, I can comfortably say that I’ll be sticking to the conventional stance.
Lastly, I did single leg, stiff leg deadlifts with kettlebells with 16kg.
Feeling quite accomplished lately, and liking the progress I’ve been making in my squats. I’ve still got another 2 months of training before my next meet. Plenty of time to work on being best female lifter of the meet.
Canadian college student finds major security exploit in the school’s network, tells the school, gets expelled
If you were skilled in programming and networking and you discovered a critical flaw in your university’s network, a flaw that would have exposed the personal data of over 250,000 students, you would think the right thing to do would be to inform the school so they can fix it. Well that’s what Ahmed Al-Khabaz from Montreal’s Dawson College thought, and for his trouble, the school expelled him. In the meantime, the news has gotten Mr. Al-Khabaz tons of job offers, even if the college refuses to reinstate him.
Oh Montreal… how embarrassing
Holy fuck shit… Romados had a fire!?
No one was hurt, but goddamn, where will I get my chicken fix from now?