I've gained a few pounds
and the fact that I've been going out to drink a lot these past few weeks certainly hasn't been helping. I first of all gained like 3 pounds during my Christmas vacation and now I have to start going to the gym like crazy again because I'm almost at 160 -_-
I've also started to feel some dull pain in my left knee
after my strength-lower-body lifts.
Long story short, I won't be squatting any more than probably 245. I'll have to forever retire 315 as my max
Running is still a working progress. The vacation made me revert a bit and I'm getting back to running 2 miles so the 5K will have to be a February goal.
Let's see...First off, some interesting HHs
I don't recall all suits since some of them are from a while ago
I'm sure there are other interesting HHs that I'm missing, but the above are the first three that popped into my head.
I have also noticed a trend among some of the players
I see on a regular basis. They all switch to have position on me.
(Now that I think about it, I've had a lot of people comment to me personally, "I hate having you on my left")
One of the old nits (different from the one above) that I play on a semi-regular basis took this idea to quite great lengths. Literally whenever I move, he moves to get position on me. Yesterday as I was switching to another table, he switched seats to have immediate position on me when I entered his table. Since his old seat was closer to the fish, I then took his former seat, which led him to switch seats AGAIN to have direct position on me.
Here's a picture to illustrate:
When I came to the table, there were 2 open seats as marked (X = seats taken, O = open seats):
I LOL'd inside.
It's hilarious because none of them use position to their advantage. They play the same as they would in any other position, and believe they're being clever by taking a seat in position vs. me while it changes literally almost nothing which is really funny (not to mention if they had half a brain they'd know there are also better seats than simply the seat to my direct left).