I might be on to something here. While I was working out, I thought, "Well, I could rest on Wednesday's or Thursday's, and workout on Saturday's instead. Or, I could workout six days a week instead of five."
Last night, my boss treated us all out to dinner. Good boss!
Some might dispute how this is pronounced. In Korean letters it is
삼겹살. By syllable it's pronounced something like sahm-gyup-sahl. Translated, it means belly as in "pig belly" which is what Americans call "bacon." At this restaurant, they sliced it all against the grain after it had already been sliced into thin strips. After that, they sprinkled some green stuff on it.
I've never learned the name of this drink in the bowl. It's made from rice. I would say it has only a light alcoholic taste (and effect). I've enjoyed it now and then.
I've not learned the name of this either. I mean, I know it when I see it on restaurant signs, but I can never remember it when I want to talk about it. Anyway, it's cooked noodles served in ice water. This bowl had kimchi, cucumber (julienne) and a bit of boiled egg. I've enjoyed it now and then. I ate this bowl full at the end of the meal.
I ate enough to tip the scale a bit, but I forgot to write down what my weight was, and I forgot again this morning. After lunch, my weight was 72.9 kg.
Like my socks? One of my students gave them to me. Sweet! I wore them to the gym.
Lying down leg raises
Flat Bench (again)
Dumbbell Hammer curls
setting 8 x 13
10 x 9
11 x 10
11 x 8
Dumbbell curls (14 kg each)
Setting 19 x 8
20 x 6
19 x 7
Preacher Curl Machine
Setting 10 x 10
10 x 9
11 x 6
Setting 7 x 10
Setting 7 x 12
Setting 7 x 11
I filled it with water when I started.
I drank the whole thing while working out.