Not a lot to definitively report on. This was more maintenance than progress on my routines and goals.
Maintenance is better than full regression, but I'd say if I don't pick things up and challenge myself more, I could fall into regression.
My goal for the next month is to hit a new high in the lift I'm tracking: Bench press. I did not attempt any heavy lifts in the last month, I just didn't make it to the gym with that sort of mindset.
I have been consistently waking up early and going to bed early — with some small variance in the routine. But good things all around.
I joined a co-working space after years of just working from home. In my personal situation and the state of the pandemic in my area, it seems responsible, and it's been a great new part of my routine.
It is literally next door to the gym I am a part of, so really encourages the right habits all around, and it's just nice to be around people. I think it's also generally good for my eating habits. Working from my house, where my kitchen is only a short walk away, is not good for snacking problems.
I am doing a 5k run in a couple months and am totally not in shape for it. I have no shame in walking, but I'd like to pick up my aerobic fitness for this kind of thing.