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Mobic and protein synthesis; Deadlifts today!; Productive couple of work weeks.

Friday, June 18, 2010 by  
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Today I’ll be doing my back and biceps workout, and I’m going into that workout with zero wrist pain! I’m still kind of in shock at what a difference this anti-inflammatory is making. As part of my biceps workout I’ll be doing some hammer curls, which tend to hurt my wrist quite a lot. It will be interesting to see how my wrist responds today.

I’ve read that some NSAIDs, such as Naproxen, adversely affect protein synthesis. I did some searching this morning on Mobic, but wasn’t able to turn up much. I suppose I shouldn’t worry about it, as not working out (the only alternative) is going to have a far greater impact on my muscles that slightly decreased protein synthesis.

Man, I can’t wait to deadlift this afternoon! For the past month every time I walk by my dedicated deadlift barbell (which always has a couple of 45-pound warm-up plates on it) I’d swear at my wrist. Deadlifts are my favorite exercise, so this afternoon’s workout is going to be a lot of fun for me. I’m not allowed to max out or anything, and I’ve no doubt lost some strength over the past month. I’m going to to use moderate weight and do 4 sets of 8.

The past two work weeks have been extremely productive for me. I’ve been buried in work, but there’s been very little stress involved. I love it when I’m involved in projects that involve a lot of “heavy thinking” and put my skills to the test. That’s what the past couple of weeks have been like, and it’s been very satisfying. I was hoping to have the big project I’m working on now completed by today, but it’s looking like I’ve got at least 2 or 3 more days ahead of me. Once the project is deployed, there will no doubt be about a week of bug fixes and adjustments. Once all this is done, I may see about taking a little time off. We’ll see.

Happy Friday everyone!

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