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On July 2 at 12:29 PM, Miss Phoebe Lorene Todd was born into the world at 7 pounds 13 ounces and 20 and 3/4 inches long. Mamma and baby are doing great, and dad is on top of the world. A couple days later we made the trip home to start our adventure as a family together. It was time to start figuring out how to maintain the balance in life. I need to make sure that the important things are attended to while not neglecting my training and making progress in that area.
During the week prior to little Phoebe's birth, I had some very good workouts, setting a front squat PR in the course of things. Luckily, I was able to schedule my deload for the week we brought Phoebe home, but I was still able to get some lighter workouts in. Then it was back to business. Since that point all of my workouts have been great.
This past week, we found out the events for 105K nationals, and I am pumped. We are about 2 months out, so it is time to dial in my training and diet in an effort to peak at the right time, hopefully while maintaining my health. Losing weight while maintaining/gaining strength is something I have come to depend on my HMB for the past few years. These were the first benefits I noticed using HMB. I am sure this time will be no different.
Lastly, we moved all of the strongman training equipment into our new facility. We are waiting on electricity, but have been able to train in there twice so far. Once we get all our ducks in a row, it should be a great place to continue getting strong.
I have lots of things to be excited about as well as thankful for right now. I am incredibly pumped up about facing the challenges of being a dad. I am pumped up about what is in store for me in the training/competition field. And I am thankful to HMB for helping me in these endeavors.