Weight after lunch: 72.3
Every time I've gone to this gym there have been more women than men there. I can't recall ever having seen more than three other men (besides the desk clerk - I guess he's the manager, and maybe even the owner.) there.
I'm not complaining. After all, I never have to wait to use a piece of equipment. Usually, I'm the only one in the shower room, not that I care, so I can sing off key if I want.
Maybe, just out of curiosity, I'll go at a different time (perhaps in the evening after work) a few times.
Today, I was the only man there (not counting the manager).
In the picture above, you can see my arrangement of equipment for the first circuit: Incline press, seated dumbbell curls, and leg raises. Here's what I did.
1. Incline press 15 (each plate) x 10
2. Dumbbell curls 14 (each arm) x 8
3. Leg raises 14
4. Incline press 15 x 10
5. Dumbbell curls 14 x 8
6. Leg raises 14
7. Incline press 15 x 10
8. Dumbbell curls 14 x 8
9. Leg raises 15
I carried the dumbbells to the bench pictured above. I made a circuit of Flat bench press, leg raises and crunches, and dumbbell curls. For the flat bench, I started with only the orange plates, which are 20 kgs each. I added the green plates (10 kgs each) for the remaining sets. I used the same 14 kg dumbbells. I did two sets of dumbbell curls, then three sets of preacher machine curls. I did two sets of leg raises, then three sets of crunches with my feet propped up on the barbell bar.
10. flat bench 20 x 15
11. leg raises 14
12. dumbbell curls 14 x 7
13. leg raises 14
15. dumbbell curls 14 x 6
16. flat bench 30 x 8
17. crunches 30 + short rest + 20
18. preacher machine curls 10 x 8
19. flat bench 30 x 8
20 crunches 30 + short rest + 20
21 preacher machine curls 10 x 10
22. flat bench 30 x 8
23. crunches 30 + short rest + 20
24. preacher machine curls 10 x 8
No superstar here. Just an ordinary guy enjoying his own life in his own world.
On tomorrow, I'll work on my legs, back, and hips.