Strength 20:00 
Flying trapeze! Carlie's visiting, so of course I headed over to the Circus Center to do some flying trapeze with her. I did one knee-hang just to prove to them that I do remember how to do all the things, and then mostly worked on my front-end straddle whip. I somehow managed to cramp both my hamstrings reaching back on the knee-hang right at the beginning, so I then spent the rest of the class trying to uncramp those. Doing one-handed take-offs was also hurting my left shoulder (I kind of hurt that arm when I fell on Saturday), so I mostly did two-handed take-offs. But I guess I can't expect to have everything go swimmingly in a kind of explosive sport that I do approximately once per year with no warm-up after frantically rushing around on BART to attempt to get there on time...
Anyway, aside from those issues, this class was awesome! I caught my straddle whip twice, which was super fun, and it was fun to watch Carlie catch her layout a few times!
Stretching 10:00 
Stretching back home. I will be sore!
Carlie also did some quick strength and range of motion tests on my shoulders. (She's out here to measure the shoulder strength of circus people for a PT research project.) Turns out I have very average shoulder and grip strength, and above average range of motion. Also my two sides are astoundingly equal. Woohoo! I would have expected much worse. I guess pipetting is good for something :-).