After hoops, briganski and I went to the gym. My gym had sent me a gift certificate for a friend to receive six months of free membership. I knew there had to be a catch, and we found out what it was when we got to the gym. The monthly fee is waived for six months, but you still have to pay the initial $499 enrollment fee. Clearly, briganski wasn't going to do that. The gym rep offered briganski better deal after deal. He seemed desperate to make the sale. When briganski didn't bite on the $175 enrollment fee plus $19/month offer, the rep offered $0 enrollment, $29/month. However, briganski can't commit to joining a gym until his work situation is a bit more reliable, so I knew he wasn't going to sign up, no matter how good the offer was. I finally asked the rep what days he works and promised that if briganski decided to join, he'd come in on a day that that rep was in, so that he'd still get the commission.
They let briganski have a free workout, so we hit the weights. briganski hurt his arm during hoops, so he avoided most of the biceps workouts. I did a full upperbody workout and started a lowerbody workout. However, after my second leg press set, I felt a twinge in my left knee. Freakin' patellar tendinitis! I decided not to push it and cut my workout short, alas.