well. so far, i've only been to the gym twice - friday, the third, and monday the sixth.
i quit smoking about ten days ago. cravings are all gone.
i've been eating breakfast since i started working out - 1C oatmeal, 2C soymilk, raisins, mexican brown sugar, a dash of salt, and a tsp or three of coconut oil.
i've also been eating more snacks - nuts, dried peas, carrots, etc, and been eating full lunches and dinners (main course, veggies, juice/water, and a side dish of rice (sometimes))
both of my past work outs were mediocre in that a couple sets of each exercise were jacked up b/c i was trying to find my correct weight.
friday was chest and back, and monday, legs, arms, and shoulders.
talking to my buddy at work, he told 2*/week was cool, but to consider doing a full body workout both days. i'm going to try that - going wed morning, sat morning.
my legs and arms still feel fried, so i won't be going today. sat AM, i'll start the new, full body schedule.
here's what plan to do in terms of sets, reps, and weight, based on my performance this past time. i'll be doing them in the order show. if i diverge from this, i'll post that after my workout on sat.
chores, family life, and work allowing, i skate pretty hard for 30 or 40 minutes everyday i don't work out.
even though these weights are miniscule, they are really hard for me - i'm at failure for each muscle group by the last set (it's iffy that i'll get the final rep - if i don't, i rest a sec, and try again, until i get my total reps, even if i'm doing like three one rep sets) so i'll be moving up the weights steadily in short order. god i hope so. that would be awful if i never got stronger.
eta: these are lbs, not kg :p