Switching up to using the 92 as my primary kettlebell for morning work has been tough but is paying off. Was able to hit 8 reps with 1-arm rows today for several sets...neurally taxing but obviously felt good too..
Keep the D high. That range is not reflective of optimal. 100 is fine. So many benefits of elevated d. Unlike most things when you only feel better coming out of a deficit, I continued to feel better going outside the high end and there's the potential for AR modulation