I feel invigorated and refreshed, like I could take on the world! I began by jogging to the gym at a brisk pace. The distance from the parking garage to the gym is about a little less than half a mile. Today the gym has far fewer people then usual, and none of the usual clowns who spend entirely too long on the same piece of equipment.
Squats: 270lbs for 12 reps (3,240 lbs)
Chin-ups: 10 (1,660 lbs)
Bench Press: 210lbs for 6 reps (1,260 lbs)
Shoulder Press: 160lbs for 10 reps (1,600 lbs)
Sit-ups: 15 reps (900 lbs)
Superset of flyes and reverse flyes: 35lbs each hand, 12 reps each (1,680 lbs)
Explosive Push-ups: 15 (2,100 lbs)
Crunches: 20 (Zero)
Tricep Pushdown: 50 lbs each hand for 10 reps (1,000lbs)
Bicep Curl: 95 lbs for 11 reps (1,045 lbs)
Wood-choppers: 40 lbs for 12 reps each side (960 lbs)
Tricep Press: 15 reps (1,800 lbs)
Total Pounds Pushed and Pulled: 17, 245 lbs
And be sure to stay tuned as some time this weekend I will be posting a few healthy and cheap alternatives to protein and exercise bars.