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I was a gnats testicle under 200 on the scale last night, definitely going to have a shed a few pounds for summer !
Yeah, I intentionally decided to compete in PL in May, figuring my sports and beach-season body composition goals should line up for a change this year. I'll have to make 148 then, but probably will be comfortable walking around closer to 155.
I like your workout straight away because your reps often fall on odd numbers which tells me that you are pushing to failure and not just to some predetermined number. As soon as you see someone list reps such as 10,10,8 throughout their routine you can pretty much bet they did not train to failure.
Today, Friday is my workout day. About over a year ago I got into superslow training in which a person lightens up on the weights and trains for time instead of reps and sets. The usual exercise for me requires four 15 second reps where time under load and tension is about 60 to 90 seconds. I do between three to five exercises back to back. This way I combine strength training with metabolic conditioning. It seems the only people who knock it are those who have never seriously tried it.
Wall squats using foam roller at the back
incline bench press
chest supported rows
handstand hold against a wall