Wednesday, May 11, 2005

Lazy weekends lead to lazy weeks


I had my last completely free weekend for about two months a few days ago. I've actually got plans for every weekend through the end of June, and July appears to be filling fast. Looks like I'm not going to be getting any Fortress of Solitude days for quite some time. I think that'll be OK. Especially if Tuesady goes well.

But it weird how a lazy weekend (all my precious plans to go on a nice long Saturday or Sunday bike ride in the hills turned to dust through hangover and rain) has seemed to set up a lazy week. Monday mornings ride was called on account of rain, Tuesday's make-up ride I did alone, and yesterdays climbing was canceled on account of illness.

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Of course all that was written before I just went to the gym now. And while there I realized that I'm actually the strongest now that I have ever been. While I suppose that isn't saying all that much, and I definetly know that I'm in better shape than I've ever been, I was able to solidly quantify it at the bench tonight. Pretty sweet.

Oh, and while I was at the gym I thought of mom. Mostly because I had an idea about how to optimize for efficiency for one of the exercises Mike suggested the Peters-bar-theory. At which point I wondered what a Peters over 2*pi would work out to.

Geek points awarded to all who got that...


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