Made it to a short lifting session at lunch, about half an hour. Good golly, you'd think it had been years, not months, since I've done much of that, based on how my arms felt afterwards. Almost had difficulty removing my tshirt and sports bra to shower, my arms & shoulders felt that heavy.
Nothing spectacular as far as weight, either, in fact, I went lighter than I would like just because it's been a little while. Assisted pullups/chinups, bench press, medicine ball squats/leg extension/hamstring curls (squat rack was busy and I didn't want to squat with dumbbells), overhead presses, planks.
Arms not feeling quite so heavy now, but no doubt both upper and lower body will be protesting tomorrow. Need to pull out that "suck it up, Princess" attitude and readjust to doing this regularly. I think I'd like to add kettlebells as an option, but would like some coaching on proper form, especially for swings, as I'd hate to screw up my back, given the previous couple of low back strain episodes in the past. I've been rather leery of deadlifts as a result. Going to look into it with the trainers at the main base gym.
Badonka donk I may not possess, but I'm pretty sure I can put some curve on back there. Booty work in progress, or something like that.