Nice, good on. Working my way back up, hit 80kg 3x8 earlier. Trying to be sensible with my back so taking it all slowly, got some meetings in London at the end of Feb by which time I'm wanting to be 3x10 on a 90kg bench.
I've been pretty consistent for about 10/11 years now. Realistically I should be strawberry floating miles ahead of where I am life gets in the way, I'm far from where I was in my prime but lifting no longer defines a huge chunk of my life which is much healthier.
Easy enough 6x5 at 90kg bench press. Life got in the way in November and December gym sessions so unfortunately had to drop the weight as I've missed too many sessions.
My knees are killing me from running. I did 4km on Saturday and 5km on Sunday (both on a treadmill) and even now they don't feel fully recovered. Not even sure how to describe the feeling, hopefully will be fine for Saturday otherwise I'll have to switch to the cycling machine for low impact cardio.
Probably ought to get new running trainers too. Mine are from 2008!
HIIT is a cardio work out where essentially you alternate going quick then slow. It can be used in pretty much any discipline, running / cycling / swimming etc.
CrossFit is brand that runs it's own gyms that specialise in circuit training type routines, where you have half a dozen or so varying workouts, and you'll loop though them about 3-5 times in a group - to give you a full body workout. It can involve body weight exercises, weights and cardio. They tend to lean more towards things like kettle bells and heavy ropes, rather than Olympic lifts. They also have completions to help spread the brand. They get a bad rep because as an organisation they can be very culty, but the basics of their workouts aren't a bad idea.