Liban, let me remind you of our exchange in your last thread:
So yeah, you're falling right back into the same old habits. The problem is not with the fitness class. The problem is with your lack of focus and dedication to a single plan.
Just last month, you were training with your friend doing a 3x10 program, and shortly before that you were training 5x5. So, that's at least three different training programs in like three months. You changing training plans like Taylor Swift changes boyfriends. (Okay, that's a cheap shot on Tay-Tay. Sorry, girl. You're adorable.)
For reference, 8 weeks ago your PRs were:
Bench: 125 max
Squat: 150 max
So in two months and however many workouts, your bench went up 10 pounds, squat 25, and dead 30. That's progress, yes, but it's trickling progress for someone like you because you keep changing things so much.
What do you weigh right now? If the answer is less than 185 pounds, then you forfeit the right to complain about how you train, because you're not putting in the work outside the weight room. Any training plan with plenty of food will help. Pretty sure you've been hearing this for years, but it's not sinking it.
Everybody on three. One, two, three... "What, exactly, did you eat yesterday?"