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Old 07-16-2013, 11:42 PM   #401
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Old 07-17-2013, 01:19 AM   #402
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195-5 220-3 245-5 stopped for shirt wk.

Single Ply Shirt
275-4 295-3 315-2 340-2 360-2
VBar low rows
worked up to 190 -15r 5, sets total

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Tri's are smoked, they will be growing if i can eat enough.
Strong bench numbers OMP ... How is your shoulder reacting to these numbers ... keep up the great work Sir ...
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Old 07-17-2013, 09:07 AM   #403
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Old 07-17-2013, 09:32 AM   #404
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Sometimes "shoulder" is bicep tendon or pecs (pec minor esp.)...

Good approach...modify to work with your current condition! There are guys with no legs who can do a sh!tload of pull ups!

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Well the rt bicep was sore from db bench now the top of my rt shoulder is sore but the bicep tendon feels better, correlation?
Easy to get excited now that I'm able to lift heavier bc the shoulders are feeling much better. Not sure if I should push heavy every week or eow will evaluate as the weeks unfold.
Believe you know some of my thoughts on water, already feel like I'm hitting on all cylinders now only a week into the change in diet.

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Slow n steady, want to be able to reach my goal this time no set backs.

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Strong bench numbers OMP ... How is your shoulder reacting to these numbers ... keep up the great work Sir ...
The top right one is sore but it was the left one that forced me get out of the shirt/Ram wk and drop the weights drastically.
Week 1 I'll only be using around 300 for sets of 4 reps, shoulders should be fine with this percentage.
Going to start doing some heavy bag drills for cardio, found it also helps speed along recovery for shoulder pains.

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Old 07-17-2013, 11:08 AM   #405
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Well the rt bicep was sore from db bench now the top of my rt shoulder is sore but the bicep tendon feels better, correlation?
Hard to say. You're probably a little beat up from elbow to shoulder. Definitely worth some RICE in between sessions and some soft tissue work if you can.

My worst shoulder injury/injuries have been unracking too heavy a weight. The injury occurs during the short "pull over" portion. Good news is, I recovered (though it took a while). I modified my bench set up to prevent it in the future... Instead of unracking with the bar over my face, it's more over my neck to shorten the distance...I also arch hard off the bench so the unrack is more of a decline bench, then I put my butt back down for the set. It's made the unrack much cleaner and easier. Remember, big benchers like you have been tend to have multiple spotters...working at home, you absorb all the risk.

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Believe you know some of my thoughts on water, already feel like I'm hitting on all cylinders now only a week into the change in diet.
These are great news!
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Hard to say. You're probably a little beat up from elbow to shoulder. Definitely worth some RICE in between sessions and some soft tissue work if you can.

My worst shoulder injury/injuries have been unracking too heavy a weight. The injury occurs during the short "pull over" portion. Good news is, I recovered (though it took a while). I modified my bench set up to prevent it in the future... Instead of unracking with the bar over my face, it's more over my neck to shorten the distance...I also arch hard off the bench so the unrack is more of a decline bench, then I put my butt back down for the set. It's made the unrack much cleaner and easier. Remember, big benchers like you have been tend to have multiple spotters...working at home, you absorb all the risk.



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These are great news!
The shoulder is already improving just minor pain now. Yea it doesn't help any having to lift off & out I felt comfortable with the weights I wasn't in the rack so no grinder/ high percentage stuff.
JD I'm by no means a big bencher, lifted with too many guys that can Press far more than I ever will just trying to achieve a couple goals I have set. Just clarifying so not to be misunderstood.

Thanks for your support always welcome your insight.
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Old 07-18-2013, 01:48 PM   #407
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The shoulder is already improving just minor pain now. Yea it doesn't help any having to lift off & out I felt comfortable with the weights I wasn't in the rack so no grinder/ high percentage stuff.
JD I'm by no means a big bencher, lifted with too many guys that can Press far more than I ever will just trying to achieve a couple goals I have set. Just clarifying so not to be misunderstood.

Thanks for your support always welcome your insight.

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Your warm up ended with five reps which was 5 lbs less than my 1RM PR!

It's all relative, I guess!

I'm glad you felt good and kept it within tolerance.
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220-5
255-3
285-12

Leg Ext
230-24,22

GHR's
15,15,13

Left a couple in the tank on squats. Going to deload this time will be starting a new cycle end of next week.

JD; Believe with your wise programming there is much more potential laying in wait for you in the coming months.
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