Monday, April 1: Despite a lingering cold, I made it to the gym in the evening for a 33-minute weights session: lats, back, biceps, sides, lower back, calves, and hamstrings.
Wednesday, April 3: I’m still avoiding cardio due to niggling cold, but I think I’ll be back on the treadmill very soon. Weights before work and before breakfast: thighs, chest, shoulders, triceps, forearms, calves, and traps. Calves and traps just received a couple of sets.
Thursday, April 4: In the morning, I was back on the treadmill for the first time in a while due to that niggling cold. I took it easier as a result, but was happy with the result: 3.5 kilometers in twenty minutes.
Friday, April 5: A quick but intense 35-minute evening weights session satisfied my need for exercise today: back, lats, traps, biceps, forearms, calves, hamstrings, and lower back.
Monday, April 8: Back in the gym after taking the weekend off. Weights and cardio: chest, shoulders, triceps, traps, calves, lower back, sides, and a shorter 6-minute run.
Wednesday, April 10: Another pre-breakfast workout: a 9-minute run followed by squats and leg extensions.
Friday, April 12: I’m not at the gym yet, but a back and biceps workout is overdue. Mission accomplished. That was a pretty intense weights session: back, lats, biceps, forearms, hamstrings, sides, lower back, and one set of calf raises.
Saturday, April 13: Weights and cardio today: chest, shoulders, triceps, traps, calves, sides, lower back, and 3.1 kilometer run, and then some weightless squats and leg extensions.
Sunday, April 14: I walked about 18 kilometers throughout the day. Every step was procrastination.
Monday, April 15: An hour of weights in the evening. I have been eating a little more of late and fasting on average less, so I decided to up the exercise: back, lats, biceps, forearms, sides, lower back, calves, hamstrings, and traps.
Wednesday, April 17: A morning cardio session that lasted 17 minutes was followed by weightless squats, leg extensions, calf raises, and some lower back extensions.
Friday, April 19: Just time for a quick 25-minute weights session: chest, shoulders, triceps, traps, and a little sides and lower back. The cardio session lasted only 5 minutes, but it ended with a respectable burst of speed.
Saturday, April 20: A little home sides and lower back workout on a day that was my laziest in a long time.
Sunday. April 21: An hour gym session was my hardest weights session in a while: back, lats, biceps, traps, calves, hamstrings, forearms, and one set of lower back extensions and side raises.
Tuesday, April 23: Another 3 kilometer run under 15 minutes. Today’s run was interupted after 5 minutes when my treadmill died, but I continued on, hopping straight onto a healthy treadmill. I ended the session with some weightless squats and some leg extensions.
Wednesday, April 24: A quick 35-minute workout after work: chest, shoulders, triceps, traps, and lower back.
Friday April 26: Another pre-breakfast workout involving cardio and a little strength training: sides, lower back, calves, thighs, and a 12-minute run that ended with a bust of speed.
Saturday, April 27: I exercised at my gym after lunch, which was my last meal of the day. Today’s 37-minute workout consisted of exercises for my traps, lats, back, biceps, forearms, and hamstrings.
Monday, April 29: An 18-minute run and some weightless squats and leg extensions after work.
That was it for the month.