The rest of the legs sequence was pretty standard, except that we had to delete the standing calves machine, because it pours it's load down the back and spine. But he showed me an interesting replacement. Stair calves. There is a flight of stairs at the gym (the group aerobics room is upstairs). Stair calves are done as follows: Stand on the edge of the first stairstep, and do one calves flex. Step up to number two, and do two flexes. Step up to number three, and do three. And so on. He was expecting me to maybe get to ten. Well, I was pouring sweat, and my legs were about to burst into flame, but I made it to 15. Ha!
Oh, and I was able to add another 10lb to the hip aductor machine, a.k.a. the "ass blaster".
Stronger and stronger.