Post Wisconsin primary…

Workout notes: weights then walking.
Weights: 5 set of 10 pull ups (ok)
rotator cuff
incline press 10 x 135, 7 x 150, 10 x 140
military: 2 sets of 12 x 50 seated, supported, 10 x 40 standing (dumbbells, each arm)
rows: 3 sets of 10 x 50 (each arm)
headstand (easy)
plank: 2 minutes front, count to 30 on each side (stack the ankles)
2 sets of 12 twist crunch, 2 sets of 10 yoga leg lifts, moving bridge recoveries

Walk: treadmill: 26:59/23:55 for 50:54 (4 miles); did the increase the speed with incline at 0.5

Wisconsin primary:

Donald Trump got blistered, but much of this was due to simple demographics. But this does hurt him in terms of his attaining a majority of delegates prior to the convention.

On the Democrat side, Sanders won easily 56.6-43.1 and has, at the moment, a 47-36 edge in pledged delegates, with 3 more to be allocated. So expect his pick up to be between 10 and 12 delegates, with Clinton’s lead now being around 220 pledged delegates. Of course, to be on target, IF the race were tied, Sanders would have needed 48 delegates and, of course, the race is far from being tied.

Of interest to me: Clinton and Sanders essentially tied among Democrats; it was his edge among independents that carried the day for him.

Note that while Hillary Clinton remains a solid favorite, her odds have worsened slightly going from a peak of 4/9 to 4/7, and Sanders is now only a 6/1 underdog to win the nomination (after being a 14/1 underdog).



April 6, 2016 - Posted by | political/social, politics, walking, weight training | ,

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