L5 D1: (aka the Wall) 26 circuits. Not pretty. Going up to 3 pullups really changes things and reveals my weakness. First 12 were solid form, very smooth. 13-20, the 3rd pullups I had to kip to finish. I had no problem with 2 but that 3rd pullup just was a bear each time. I still had a lot of energy and time, so I kept going for 6 more circuits but I had to pause for a breath between the 2nd and 3rd pullup. It is what it is. I'm not going to beat myself up over this, this is apparently where I need to train.
L5 D2: Rd1 1:11.1, Rd2 1:04.1, Rd3 1:11.1, Rd4 1:10.3, Rd5 1:10.6
D2 Sprints: 100m :18, 200m :40, 300m 1:05, 400 1:42, 300m 1:12, 200m :44, 100 :18
L5 D3: 5:02, Pullups were 8, 6, 4, 3, 3, 2 with 10-15 second rest between. I'm very happy with my reps and form considering pullups are my weakness. I didn't kip and definitely struggled getting the last rep of the last 3 sets but did it clean.
D3: Yoga 35 minutes.
Off Day 1: Bike 15.5 miles
Off Day 2: Insanity Cardio Recovery
Off Day 3: Sprints: 100m :17, 200m :40, 300m 1:04, 400 1:38, 300m 1:08, 200m :42, 100m :18 100m :17
Next week I'm on vacation so I'm going to sneak in the Lv1 workout to 'rest'. I came so close to beating Lv5 but I feel I can get some more strength gains repeating this level. Might have been amped up with adrenaline on judgement D3 because I am really surprised by my time, so I wouldn't be surprised if two weeks from now I have some regression. I'm still happy with the results. Also, I finally felt a little tired doing pushups, right around rep 41. The last 10 were slower, so repeating Lv 5 into Lv 6 is where I'm going to live for a while.