Gym today, chest stuff (cuz no one cares about other areas except legs, right?). Benchpress was no increase in weight, but I did a larger amount of reps. 260 twice unassisted, 3 times with a spotter. Pretty solid, but my big move was incline bench press, which is naturally more difficult, and I did it after 2 other workouts. 225 3 times with no spot....I was pleased. I also wanted to make up for a poor week last week and tried doing some shoulder work, until I noticed a guy doing deadlifts. I had the crazy notion to try some clean and jerk. For those uninitiated btw, clean and jerk is basically a deadlift that rides into a military press. Now, I have mentioned this before, but I weigh 380 pounds. This, my friends, is a FUCKTON of fattiness, so any exerciser that encompasses me starting from a crouched position to a standing, like squats or deadlifts, is natively more difficult, so I only set up 145 lbs for the exercise. My first set was 5 reps and I was winded, 3 minutes later another 5 reps...then 3...then 2...last one I could barely even lift it over my head. Probably would have been better to not have done a full workout BEFORE doing Olympic style weight lifting, but hey, I'm tired and not broken, so I guess it's okay.
A funny note, I walked off to a small room for classes, and tried to level out with some pushups. I had placed my hands on the floor and took up a pushup position....and promptly fell down 3 seconds later. Before anyone says HAHA fatty, before I started working out I could successfully do 20 pushups with some effort. Basically, my chest was completely fatigued and I found it funny that I couldn't even hold myself up.