Science lab! I work with a group studying nanostructures and biomaterials for use in healing spinal cord injuries and locally distributing therapeutics for cancer. I love my job, and the Northwestern campus is just beautiful. It's nice to climb out of the city up here to the burbs for some open air every day
Yeah I'm trying to keep myself really open about my programming. I really like and tend to thrive on structure in my day to day life, but I think when I'm in the gym and have to work around other people it becomes better for me to just get flexible. I figure that if I have an idea of which body parts I want to hit and good knowledge of my own musculature and strength, I can throw together a plan for the day on the fly depending on how busy everything is and what equipment is getting used. I'm liking the option of using machines now and then, especially for just killin a burn set at the end of a workout. The tracking/isolation makes burn sets really easy and it makes me feel completely worked out.
I'd definitely recommend GTA V! Especially if you don't play many other games, and especially if you like open world RPGs. It's got hours and hours and hours of play value, so you get a lot of bang for your buck. The graphics are really stunning, as well, with really beautiful landscapes. Treat yo' self!