September 2013 Fitness Diary!

Sunday, September 1: September’s fitness project started right on time on the very first day of the month with an intense core (lower abs, lower back, and sides) and calves workout. I love that post lower-back workout tiredness that results in trying to keep my back straight whilst walking, a difficult task that requires intense concentration.

Monday, September 2: First day of classes for the fall semester (my second at Sookmyung). I still found time to exercise, not a difficult ask in week 1, in the form of a 1.5-kilometre sprint followed by a legs workout and some skipping:

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Wednesday, September 4: Back, biceps, lats, traps, calves, some skipping, and yet another 1.2ish-kilometre sprint:

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Thursday, September 5: Just weights today: chest, shoulders, triceps, and lower back.

Saturday, September 7: Leg, legs, legs, calves, skipping, more skipping, and a sprint:

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Sunday, September 8: To the Hamiltion Hotel for my Sunday workout which included abs, sides, and an historic 600th cardio workout since September 1, 2009:

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Wednesday, September 11: Back, biceps, traps, lats, a 1.2 kilometre sprint, and one of the creepiest photos in my collection:

Tuesday, September 17: I’m back in Australia for a short visit, hence the recent lack of exercise. I made up for it with a record-breaking 10 kilometre run in 58 minutes:

Friday, September 20: Chest, shoulders, triceps, and another 1.2 kilometre sprint:

Tuesday, September 24: Back in Korea and back to the gym for a legs workout followed by a sprint (Oach!):

Saturday, September 29: Drats, another few days without exercise. How did this semester get so busy? Back, lats, traps, biceps, and another 1.2 kilometer sprint. And drats again, I’ve put on a few kilograms since I last weighed myself. No more Kit-Kats except in emergencies.

Monday, September 30: I ended September’s fitness campaign with another short sprint and a good old-fashioned chest, shoulders, and triceps workout: