Clinton: good leads in upcoming states; Sanders pulls even nationally.

Workout notes weights: pull ups (5 sets of 10, easier than normal), rotator cuff
incline presses: 10 x 135, 8 x 150, 10 x 140
military presses: 2 sets of 12 x 50 seated, supported (dumbbells), 10 x 40 standing
rows: 3 sets of 10 x 50 dumbbell
planks: 2 sets of 30 seconds: forward, side, side

Walk: untimed, but “quick”: lower loop Bradley Park course (4 miles). Pretty weather; had to get outside.

Later: 2 miles easy with the group.

Baseball The Chiefs lost 2-0 last night; I bundled up to go the game. Quad Cities only got 4 hits but were very efficient and the Chiefs stranded runners. Note: the first inning was interesting; 3 strikeouts and a home run by a first round draft pick. He also made a great throw to get an out when a Chief tried to stretch a single into a double.

Such is the weirdness of a primary election. Nationally, Sanders has caught up to Clinton; the last 4 polls aggregated show her with a 1 point lead; more or less a wash.

But Clinton enjoys comfortable leads in Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania and more modest (but statistically significant) leads in California and Connecticut. THAT, plus her 220 lead in pledged delegates means that she remains a heavy favorite to win the nomination.


April 13, 2016 - Posted by | baseball, political/social, politics, politics/social, walking, weight training | ,

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