Work is all BS. It's a good sort of BS, though. Kind of.
I've switched over the mixed grip on my deadlifts. I've resigned myself to the fact that my grip just isn't strong enough at the moment to do double-overhand and I need to work my deadlift more than I need to work my grip. I have a faint inkling that I could hit 200kg in time for the meet. It doesn't seem likely, but it's a small probability. 190, less remote, still unlikely. Squatting, sigh, not spectacular since it's high bar. Hitting around 140kg for a few reps each day. Not eating much and my other lifts are going up, so that's fine for now. As long as I hit 450kg at the meet, which looks feasible, I'll be happy. Went home, seemingly never-ending cardio. Hovering around 250#, a few pounds less than I came into Lent with.
Not reading much. I have a slight cold, so I'm too distracted on trains to concentrate. I've been half-asleep on the trains, which works well. Jacques le Fatalist is engaging, but requires one to be in a certain mood.
Going to have to figure out how to build a boat. A quick, adaptable boat.
Woo St Patrick's Day! I don't really care and will not be consuming alcohol today.
Part of Wife's birthday present is arriving today. I also should be receiving those amazon gift certificates or something.
Seriously, guys, you don't need 21 graphs to describe 160 people.
Sha na na na na na na. Sha na na na na na. Gettin' jiggy with it.
I severely need a haircut. I'd just take out the clippers and take it down to .25" or something, but I don't think the wife would like it. So I'll buy a haircut somewhere. I have to shave first to do that. I don't "have to" shave first, but it's easier that way.
The wikipedia article for "Crossfit", a fitness cult mentioned in earlier diaries, has gone back to ad copy thanks to the tireless work of a handful of apologists. A short time ago, an outsider tried to clean it up, but lost the war of edit attrition. I really don't care, I just find it interesting. It's one of the flaws of wikipedia: at the end of the day, despite policies about "NPOV", it's whoever shouts the loudest when it comes to pages with low traffic. Not that there's anything nefarious about the program. The article is an ad, that's all. It should be written more like the article for Curves International, which is a roughly comparable corporation.
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