Diary Of A Mad Chaos

Missed Job Interview

Today I got up at 10:00 am.  I wanted to go to the interview, but I rang Keith’s mobile and it was off, so I couldn’t be bothered going.  I might get a laboring gob around here for a while until I can get back on my feet.

I got my bicycle tire and paid my medical bill today.  I also got an undercut with a plait in the back, and it looks sick.

Gym Program



I made up a new routine.  This is my new Routine.

Monday: Chest – Triceps – Abs
Tuesday: ****FREE****
Wednesday: Quads – Hams – Calves
Thursday: ****FREE****
Friday: Chest – Shoulders – Abs
Saturday: Lats – Traps – Erectors – Biceps
Sunday: ****FREE****
Monday: Quads – Hams – Calves
Tuesday: Chest – Triceps – Abs
Wednesday: ****FREE****
Thursday: Lats – Traps – Erectors – Biceps
Friday: ****FREE****
Saturday: Chest – Shoulders – Abs
Sunday: ****FREE****
Monday: Quads – Hams – Calves
Tuesday: ****FREE****
Wednesday: Chest – Triceps – Abs
Thursday: ****FREE****
Friday: Lats – Traps – Erectors – Biceps
Saturday: Quads – Hams – Calves
Sunday: ****FREE****

That’s my new 3 week program.  If it goes good it might go for longer, but if it isn’t that good then I won’t go for that long.

I’m going to do new movements for all my body-parts, I will go heavy, and I am going to grow in weight.

Gym Routine

exerciseI did a workout today around 3:00 pm for my legs.

Here’s what I accomplished today.

Warm-up: I got on the bike and done 4 minutes and 40 calories.  That’s ten calories per minute.

I done lots of stretching for the Quads, more for the hams and a bit for the Calves.

Hamstrings: I started freshly today with the hamstrings after doing a set of Leg extensions with 50 pounds for 15 reps.

I started with 3 sets of Standing Leg curls and doing 12 reps with 10 pounds.  I then raised the weight to 20 pounds and done 12 more reps.  I thought it worthy to raise the weight to 30 pounds and do one more set of 12 reps.

My next 3 sets were on the Lying Leg Curls.  I started with 50 pounds and done 12 reps.  I then done lots of stretches and continued with 70 pounds for 10 reps.  I then dropped weight to 60 pounds and done 12 more reps.

My last 3 sets were on Seated Leg Curls.  I started with 100 pound and done 15 reps.  I raised the weight to 120 pounds and done 15 more reps.  I stretched and done once again 15 more reps with 160 pounds.

Quadriceps: I started differently for my Quads too.  I done 2 more sets on Leg extensions being 80 pounds for 15 reps and 110 pounds also for 15 reps.

I then tried a new exercise I called Sissy Squats where you are held in by the legs and you squat down and up.  I done 2 sets of 15 reps with no weight and then 1 more set of 15 reps with 10 pounds.

I then went to leg press and started with 160 pounds for 10 reps. I was fucked with the legs by now but I tried 250 pounds and got 6 reps before quitting.

I then done 4 sets of Machine Vertical Leg Presses and started with 150 pounds for 20 reps.  I then put it up to 200 pounds and for this set varied my leg spaces and done 20 reps.  My last 2 sets were with 230 pounds and I moved my legs in and out doing 20 reps each set.

Abdominals: I done 3 sets of Machine Crunches all being 20 reps and starting with 150 pounds and, of the last two sets doing 200 pounds.

I done 2 sets of Crunches doing 20 reps and one set of side Crunches with Cables doing 12 reps with 35 pounds.

Warmdown: I done the usual 10 calories in 2 minutes.

I am writing this diary entry first on paper because the fuse is out on the house and power is not working.

Planning Ahead

I am waiting for Keith to pick me up.  Then we are going to Wollongong until midnight.  I am going to try to get Aubree.



Author: 钨宝

The author of Diary Of A Mad Chaos from 1996 to 2018, The Lost Years book, Wubao In China (猎艳奇缘) book series, and Foreigner (华人) an exploration of race relations in Australia. Fluent in Chinese Mandarin, Macedonian, and English, the author currently resides in China, Guangzhou where he continues to make comparative analysis of the cultural differences between Eastern and Western societies.

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