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Old 07-06-2013, 11:08 PM   #323
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Originally Posted by nacho View Post
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kg/reps

Bench
60x5
65x5
75x5
75x5 AAAARGHH! WTF? 3 reps....LESS than last time ?!?

Incline db press
26x10
28x10
38x12,10,10

BB Rows
30x5
50x5
70x10x3

Allright, I've tried everything, low reps, high reps, reset the weight, leg drive, increase calories, but this is getting ridiculous. Got tired chasing the god damned bench reps and hitting the same wall again and again. I'll take some time off to recuperate. See ya guys around.
Hey, it's been about a month...don't get too far from shore!!!

Start up again.

Also, remember...if you hit a bench plateau, but all else is good, don't throw the baby out with the bath water....your bench progress could be due to a limitation in your platform (back) and when you advance the back development, the bench may just start progressing again.

Do what you can....even if bench is stuck indefinitely, there's lots of strength and muscle to claim elsewhere!
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