Monday, June 1: The month started with a skipped gym session one set of side raises and back extensions at home just before bed. I had been about to go to my local gym, but duty called and I stayed in and did some work instead.
Tuesday, June 2: Fifty minutes of weights after a pretty unproductive afternoon: traps, back, lats, biceps, sides, lower back, lower abs, abs, calves, hamstrings, and weightless squats.
Wednesday, June 3: Forty-five minutes of evening weights: chest, traps, triceps, shoulders, and forearms. I was surprised my traps were not sore from yesterday’s workout; hence, they got another workout tonight.
Thursday. June 4: A home core workout instead of a gym session: sides, abs, and lower back.
Friday, June 5: I regretably skipped the gym yesterday. I didn’t skip today: traps, lats, back, biceps, weightless squats, calves, hamstrings, and lower back.
Saturday, June 6: I think I did some sides and lower back at home instead of going to the gym.
Monday, June 8: Back in the gym for 55 minutes of weights after about 4 hours of work in the cafe opposite: chest, traps, shoulders, triceps, calves, sides, and abs. I later did a little more shoulder, triceps, and lower back work at home just before bed.
Tuesday, June 9: A shorter workout after another long cafe session: calves, weightless squats, hamstrings, lower abs, sides, and lower back. The tentative plan for the remainder of the week is to exercise every day until Friday and then take the weekend off. That didn’t happen at all. The opposite rather: I didn’t exercise again until Saturday.
Saturday, June 13: An hour of weights between cafe sessions: traps, back, lats, biceps, lower back, calves, sides, and forearms.
Monday, June 15: Walking to the gym after a nap, I almost turned around at the half-way mark. So much work to do, but I decided a little break to exercise was the better option. Plus, exercising usually helps me sleep. The result was a 50-minute weights session: shoulders, triceps, a little traps, a little calves, a little legs, and a lot of chest. I did indeed sleep well, but I failed to do any work between getting home and going to sleep.
Wednesday, June 17: Just a quick 40-minute workout: legs and core.
Friday, June 19: 50 minutes of weights in the evening: back, lats, traps, biceps, core, calves, and forearms.
Saturday, June 20: This evening’s weights sesson was about 40 minutes long: shoulders, triceps, thighs, hamstrings, and chest.
Monday, June 22: About 40 minutes of weights: calves, weightless squats, leg extensions, hamstring curls, and core.
Tuesday, June 23: A shorter workout at 35 minutes, but it was a pretty intense one: lats, back, biceps, and forearms.
Wednesday, June 24: Just time for a 30-minute workout as I had to be home before 8:30 for the last live online class of the semester: chest, shoulders, triceps, a little trap work, and then at home after my class some push-ups and some more shoulder work.
Friday, June 26: A day off yesterday as my students finished giving their presentations. Back in the gym in the evening for a quick 30-minute workout: legs and core. Then back to work.
Saturday, June 27: Another 40-minutes of weights: traps, lats, back, biceps, and forearms.
Tuesday, June 30: An hour of weights ended the month: traps, shoulders, calves, chest, and triceps. I’ll be sore tomorrow.