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5’7” 205. FAT
5’10 180. An extremely svelt super model type build basically
5’7 125lbs of raw steel and sex appeal
hensleya how much did this one sting?
A lot, but it helps that the gamecocks came in at 6 haha
6’3 215 here
also 5% body fat
Was planning on giving my body a couple weeks off CNS lifts as I’ve just been a mess recently.
Decide I’m bored after bench today and let’s deadlift. Hit a very hard single then tweak the fuck out of my back on first set of backoffs
Nobody cares, fall sports are back which is all that matters.
I haven’t done barbell bench in probably 8+ years just because I workout early in the AM when I’m the only one there and am not the type of person to ask for a spot anyway.
there a rule of thumb as to what you should be able to do based on your weight/reps using dumbbells? More curious than anything.
Nah no rule of thumb for conversion. If you bench solo without any pins/face savers don’t put clips on the bar so you can more easily dump the weight if needed
fwiw Mattie Rogers is single again.
I appreciate you sharing this information.
Damn that sucks. Hope they’re doing ok
I don’t know what this means
Now that my summer work schedule is concluding this week I plan on trying to get up to 240 in my last desperate attempt to bench 405 before I die.
I'm on w7 of Deathgrip Derek's program and it's moving along fine. I missed 1 squat day and choked on a pull day for what I was expected to do but everything else is working I feel.
Also I'm starting to fear the covid scare and shall prepare my garage for this fall. I'm not missing time because some shithead sneezes on me.
It’s a colloquialism used by todays youth to inquire whether the recipient is still awake and gauge interest in sexual conduct
Need help diagnosing an injury
Inside crook of your arm you have knuckle that is above and towards the inside of your body. There is a tendon or ligaments that comes off it and attaches to your forearm muscles.
Right past that knuckle is absurdly sore. Hurts on pull and pushing movements and both flexing forearm and extending arm straight/cupping wrist back. No rotational pain.
I don't think it is tennis elbow
Massaging it out doesn't seem to help.
Already mainlining Creatine
Find Tren and DBol supplier for better recovery?
Such it up and hope it goes away?
Is that UCL?
Lol at going to a doctor, suck it up and keep going. Ego lifting is the only choice when you get hurt.
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But yeah, what's a doctor gonna do? Tell me to take pain medication and not workout?
I think that’s the UCL. You get tingling in your last three fingers? Guy I work with had that and they just cut his tendons, reran the nerve that was pinched, and then reattached everything.
Also sheweee boi at that beautiful vascularity.
Note: I am not a doctor, but have stayed at multiple Air BnBs
you need Tommy John
Pain doesn't really go past 2-3" from that knuckle. I don't think I feel anything in my fingers.
as long as i avoid throwing overhand my UCLs don't bother me too bad. last time i tossed a baseball was frustrating.
Have you recently increased volume or intensity?
The first thing I’d do is likely scale back my volume for a week or two and see how that goes. Use straps for all pulling movements so you don’t have to grip as hard. Then see how that goes and take the next step.
But yea more Tren too. Use code Capstone88 at checkout for 10% off
Probably reduced volume actually. Taking a rest day every 4 vs once a week. Body part 2xover 8 days vs 3x over 7.
Intensity may be up a touch, but rep range relatively consistent.
The only thing yhat is really knew is pull up focused back exercises bc I feel my side lats suck and can barely do a pull up. But forearm doesnt hurt then
Could be Golfer's Elbow. Does the pain go away or at least feel much better if you squeeze/constrict your forearm just below the elbow?
True, though with all the lifters arching their backs so much, they're turning the incline press into a flat press.
I set the bench to only 15 degrees and use a reverse grip on the dumbbells. Hits the clavicular head harder than standard hand positions. Upper pec fibers certainly thicker compared to conventional method. Think a reverse grip on a flat bench has even shown greater upper chest activation than a standard incline bench (FWIW). On the other hand, reversing the grip will mean lighter weights. Maybe not the best for strength/power but great for hypertrophy and working the pec in a stretched position. Elbows will find much greater depth with a reversed grip.
I'll have to try that out
For elbow area stuff rest is usually the best medicine. Does it hurt on every push and pull movement? Which ones does it hurt the worst? I think capstone had good advice. I don’t think you want to completely cut out lifts that cause discomfort, especially with the popeye veins you have going.
I believe it is golf's elbow after consulting with this website.
https://www.nhslanarkshire.scot.nhs...bow is a condition,between 6 months – 2 years.
Gonna need some time off, boss. TMB told me this
Okay boss, gonna need a new set up and I can no longer do my job.
Capstone 88 tren?
New pre and mid workout pump got 'em
Up the dose, lift the most. I don’t make the rules
But forreal lower volume and intensity and try to find movements that don’t aggravate it pst like a 3-4/10 on the pain scale. Then *slowly* progress volume/intensity
This. Also if you aren’t using straps time to look into them. Sincerely, a fellow aging lifter
I'd say that's where the pain is now. It's more annoying than debilitating
That’s good to hear. I really think backing off aggravating movements will help. Just a small roadbump
I dealt with what I think was the same thing over a year ago. Undiagnosed. Gets aggravated sometimes when performing overhead tricep extensions.
I think my elbow problems might have been shoulder issues in disguise. Not sure. Impingement leading to nerve issues radiating down the arm, sometimes briefly turning my arm into a dead fish. Think it was all the face pulls, wall angels, and external rotations that got me to currently having rather healthy shoulder sockets and elbow joints. Also don't barbell bench, upright row, or dip, which makes me sad.
Wall angels are amazing for scapular health. And quite difficult for most.
Always work out solo, so I haven't done a true bench in about a decade. Tried one today on a whim. Not sure if it's a form issue or if I've really gotten weak, but lmbo at that performance
"Junior" Mf is retired with a pension
Punishing my long weekend sins with high volume deadlifts and am contemplating drinking gasoline
Our primal ancestors drank gasoline fwiw
Fully leaded, not like this unleaded shit that the kids today are on
Certainly ethanol free, at minimum. Keep that sweet corn juice out of my refined fossilized organic matter.
Creatine & Test is my gasoline