My wife and I are proud to announce we’ve started a Lone Mill, a web design and development studio located in Bend, Oregon. With a passion for clean, minimal design that shows your business to the world. Check out us out at http://www.lonemill.com
It all began with what we thought would be the poor mans route to remodeling a kitchen. Living with our 20 year old terra cotta tile floor and equally as old yellow oak cabinets that we would paint white with the Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations paint, DIY concrete counter tops, and a new island that would house our oven and cooktop (moved from their existing spots to make room for more dining area.)
One of my current projects requires age screening to me COPPA and CARU laws. These laws say children (under the age of 13) should not see content that is not age screened (twitter content, facebook content, tumblr, etc.), so I needed a way to hide the content for young eyes.
Requirements for the age screen are:
As a budding web dev I’m constantly amazed with what folks out there do. One of my latest projects has brought me to include some little animations or movements to help liven things up a little. One of the little animations I wanted involves a bouncing basketball. While I know it’s not much and possibly dirty code, I’m proud.
Uses jQuery and jQuery Easing.
Life is easily one of the most rewarding and fulfilling journeys I can think of. It is equally just as difficult, as I can attest to; with 10 years of bouncing between doctors and health issues, financial troubles, ridiculous amounts of slander and lost friends by Christians and non, you name it, I feel like I’ve (and by ‘I’ve’ I mean my family) been through it. After dealing with these facts of life for so long, one tends to become dull to all emotions, relationships, blessings and failures. I began telling myself, “this is my lot in life, God won’t give me more than I can handle, and I just need to clench my jaw and get ready for the next blow.” And because I told myself this is what I’ve been given, I need to have the strength to handle it on my own.
This is my first round of max lifts on The Outlaw Way.
So far I’ve posted the following:
1rm jerk – 225 (coulda went higher but ran out of time)
1rm squat – 265
1rm bench – missed the workout
1rm weighted pullup – missed the workout
1rm deadlift – 385 (really wanted 400 but I held up at 385)
Bleh, I wish muscle ups could just happen without practice.
1) 7×1 1 hang power snatch + 1 power snatch – 115, 125, 125, 125, 130, 135, 135
2) 7×1 2 power clean + 1 push jerk – 155, 155, 155, 160, 165, 165
3x ME muscle ups – 1, 0, 1
3xME double arm kb snatch – 11, 10, 10 (40lb dumbells)
3×10 reverse hyper – NW, 10, 10
3×5 snatch grip push press – 110, 100, 100
Today’s Outlaw WOD:
1) 5×1 box snatch: 125, 125, 130, 135, 140
2) 5×1 box clean: 140, 155, 165, 165, 170
1) 5×1 back squat: 230
2) 3×5 front squat: 155, 165, 175
3 Rounds for Time: 12:43
10 2 box lateral jumps
Today’s Outlaw WOD was a bruiser. With the heat approaching 100, I’m really going to need some chalk:
1. 125 then 140 (failed first attempt, got second)
2. 170 then 190
1a) 100, 105, 110
1b) 120, 125, 130
Three rounds + 10 burpees