Started the day with a walk with Lynn; about 1.6 miles again.
The bridge was lit up Bradley red to celebrate the Bradley women making the NCAA, where they lost to Texas 81-62. Texas has a future WNBA draft pick at center.
Still, Bradley’s star played well scoring 33 points, but Texas had more overall talent.
Then I got my first shot of Moderna.
Yes, you can see the band aid. You can also see a soft midsection and a not too well developed arm; it is puzzling that I can do as many pull ups as I can do, given my lack of…muscle.
Afterward, I lifted to try to prevent arm soreness..I feel a bit of fatigue and a bit of “foggy brain”; that’s about it.
pull ups: 10 singles, 10 reps, 10 singles, 5 reps, 5 reps, 5 reps, 5 reps.
usual rotator cuff
shoulder presses: 10 x 99, 10 x 99, 10 x 105, 7 x 110 (a bit shallow on a few reps)
rows: 3 sets of 10 x 134
incline presses: 10 x 114, 4 x 134, 3 x 134, 10 x 114
curls: 3 sets of 10 x 50 (10 kg plate, 1 kg collar on each side)
bench presses: 2 sets of 10 x 94 (very easy, full range of motion)
This took about 80 minutes..kind of surprising but it takes bit of time to change benches and arms/j cup settings.
Note: those thin steel pates are 20 lb heavier than the thicker black rubber ones.
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