Damn, I knew ElephantGirl's comment would stir up some confusion. No, I am not the fellow illustrated. You're correct that I am a "tanner fellow." The man is Rockies SS, Troy Tulowitzki. He was selected in the first-round of the '05 Baseball draft (Hence the sub-description).
I hear you. Progression is tough, especially with me: School and the probability of snow (outside equipment) can cause implications for my training. I - like you - am not really interested in developing during this time of year, I'm just trying to keep the boat from sinking.
Good to hear. Yes, I had wondered where you'd run of to. Glad you made it for Aaron's role-call. Same here, thing's are running smoothly. Simply enjoying my first day from uni.. Are you keeping up with your training?
what i was confused about, is how they would kill off characters before there was any development on them at all! and the only voice i really enjoyed was john c. reilly's. but, i'll admit that ellijah's performance was puhreeeetty lackluster. meh, i just, well, didn't like the movie. the whole plot based purely on little rag dolls who have human souls trying to continue living to preserve humanity even though it's physically impossible to reinhabitate the earth considering the humans are, uh, DEAD? no, just no.
sad thing is, i knew i wouldn't. if i'm not a fan of nightmare before christmas, how on earth was i ever going to like this?
should have read your post on "9" before i spent money seeing it. good god, my face was permanently in wtf mode throughout the film. especially at the end when their souls float up to the sky and then, uh, rain on the earth?
But you say it's more of an annoyance? I would say reduce the weight/repetitions for a week's worth of sessions. However, if the pain is gradually leaving since you've had it, I see no reason to reduce that work load.