Changing it up a little

Weights only; then some work on my paper..

usual warm up
pull ups (and chins) 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 10, 5, 5, then 10 singles with short rests. Varied the grip throughout. This “fat bar” is killing me.

bench presses: 10 x 132, 4 x 176, 4 x 176, 10 x 154 super set with
hex bar rows: 8 x 134, 145, 150
seated shoulder press: 3 sets of 10: 70, 79. 88
hex bar deadlifts: 10 x 184, 10 x 217 (tough)
push ups: 30 (challenging)

Took: 80 minutes, with warm up. (15 minutes). Why this routine takes me so long I do not know.

Yes, Louie Gohmert was COVID positive. Yes, he has a bout a 2-3 percent risk of death, and no, I do not wish that on him. He has a somewhat greater chance of serious illness. But the fact is that he spread it to others while disdaining the use of masks.

I sure hope that the stubborn take this to heart.

Columbus: yes we have a Columbus statue in a nearby park. And, well, I discovered that I don’t know much about him. I will ask the history professors for references (reliable popular books) I have no interest in being “educated” by some “activist” whose main credential is their self confidence.

I am pretty sure that this isn’t accurate:

Back at it

I did have a pleasant surprise; as I was heading up Heading I saw Tracy just prior to mile 2 of my walk. So I joined her and we did miles 3, 4, 5 together.

1:58:28 for 14:47 mpm; note the 15:56 and the dip/increase in the heart rate right around the time I had a 15:56 mpm average mile; that was the cemetery hill. The 3 miles with Tracy were just a bit painful for some reason; the pain settled down when I walked on my own and before..I am sure it is posture related in one way or another.