My gym is putting some portions of it to pretty great use. They're setting up a climbing rope next to a pair of gymnastic rings, and it looks like there will be enough space for some other innovations. It's in the same room as the kettleballs (which is, unfortunately, fenced off for the moment), so I'm digging the unconventionality of that section.
6x5 135, 225, 315, 365, 405, 455 lbs.
> I actually failed my first set of 405 at 2 reps because my hands were sweaty, especially on these new bars that have smoother knurling. The callouses on my palms also hurt like mad, but I forced myself to ignore the pain on the repeat. Putting all of my mind into the lift made 455 very easy, and I would have gone up to 500 if it werent for time.
3x10 100 lb. dumbbells
3x10 45 lb. plate (held overhead)
Bilateral dumbbell curls:
2x8 40 lb. dumbbells