**Sunday 2/9 - Shoulders & Traps.** Feeling: enthused and strong

When I got to the gym, both racks where I usually do standing ohp were occupied, so I decided to do seated ohp for a change.

Seated Overhead Press:

45 x 25

45 x 25

95 x 5

105 x 5

115 x 5

125 x 5 (PR)

125 x 5

Normally I would stop there, but I felt like going on...

115 x 8

105 x 8

95 x 9

45 x 25

Shoulders were pretty pumped after that.

Shrugs with Trap Bar:

205 x 12

225 x 10

225 x 10

205 x 12

185 x 16

135 x 20

Dumbbell Lateral Raises:

Drop sets, no rest...

30 x 6, 25 x 6, 20 x 6, 15 x 6, 12.5 x 6, 10 x 8

Rest 2 minutes, then again:

30 x 5, 25 x 5, 20 x 5, 15 x 5, 12.5 x 5, 10 x 6

65 minutes. 19 sets if I count the drop sets as one big set.

It snowed 2 inches in the 90 minutes that I was in the gym. The streets were slick as snot on glass (as my father would have said), and three blocks from home my car slid into a snow bank left by the plows from the 10 inches earlier in the week. Totally stuck. My winter emergency shovel was not in my trunk for some reason, so I walked home to get a shovel and walked back. I spent about 20 minutes shoveling out around the car when a good-deed-doer came by in a big 4WD with a chain and pulled me out. So I got home and spent another 45 minutes shoveling the driveway. I know, shoveling 2 inches of snow may seems unnecessary, but our driveway is a pretty good slope and this stuff was seriously slippery.