Changed the gaze position and noticed a better set up. Able to sit a little more backwards for a better starting position. Scapula was in front of the bar before this so sometimes I got thrown off balance and dip forward on heavier loads.
Small improvement, one training session at a time.
Re-learning pullups. Tightening up the lats from the deadhang position ↘️↙️ before initiating a pull to minimize biceps contribution in the pull. Also feeling more gluts/hamstring activation for a tighter core on the way up.
On the other hand OHP still feels alien asf.
Leather checked ☑️
Straps checked ☑️
Pain checked ☑️
Pleasure double checked ☑️☑️
⚫️50 shades of puke ⚫️
My way of looking at volume work is to see the remaining reps as opportunities to perfect the form, instead of seeing it as numbers of reps left to complete the training session. Its prolly the reverse way of "a cup half empty/half full". This way I treasure every remaining reps because thats how much I got till the next session, not how much more i need to do. Talking cock cause my brain is currently hypoxic.
According to legendary bencher @_cychua_ crotch angle is crucial for bench gainz
Death by volume
Paused box squat 6x6
Circuit for 12x8 accessories
One of those days when everything feels heavier than it should, from the first set itself. Not sure if it was the long surgery or the midnight scopes. Rest intervals went from 2 minutes to 3, 4, and eventually 5 between sets. Those are the days when you gotta dig deep for that extra courage to keep going despite the muscles telling you to stop after every reps. Even had cramp on those quads on the way to carpark 😂
Just to find out later that its fever 😂😂😂