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How are you running it daily and how long do you plan on cycling it?

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Elbow issue so confusing...

So I've been nailing my triceps/brachialis trigger point like cray the past few days to the point that I was confident enough to do upper body stuff. Did a light upper day on Monday with some dumbbell pressing and cable rowing; felt good during workout, no pain/issues through full ROM, all good. Felt funny a few hours, then a little stiff the next day, but not bad.

Did some low-bar squats today. Sidenote: going to low bar after not doing it for a long-ass time and not having the same "shelf" on your delts sucks. Anyway, no problems there. Elbow felt good, if not better after squatting. I was expecting some funny business with low-bar, but nothing. Then... I pull one rep of 185 conv deadlift. Immediate pain and discomfort which has only now started to feel better 8 hours after aleve + tennis elbow brace. Tried high-pulls, bent rowing, etc. more misery.

WTF? Is tendinitis not a pressing overuse issue? Why does it feel better after pressing doing movements with bent elbows, but as soon as I lock the joint out and load it OR do any kind of free-weight rowing, it goes to absolute hell? What may seem like the obvious answer is that it isn't actually tendinitis, but I don't know what's going on. Very strange...
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post #43519 of 49472
"Men forsake masturbation to improve their bench-press stats"

the struggle is real
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What's good forearm work. On deadlift day 325 x 8 gets my grip working, but I got some reverse grip curls and fat grip curls written in. Do forearms respond better to heavy weight or high reps?
post #43521 of 49472
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

What's good forearm work. On deadlift day 325 x 8 gets my grip working, but I got some reverse grip curls and fat grip curls written in. Do forearms respond better to heavy weight or high reps?

High reps lower weight.

I do reverse curls, 4 sets don't even count reps just burn out

Farmers walks

More for grip but I like pulling myself into pull-up position and holding for as long as I can
post #43522 of 49472
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Originally Posted by MarkI View Post

High reps lower weight.

I do reverse curls, 4 sets don't even count reps just burn out

Farmers walks

More for grip but I like pulling myself into pull-up position and holding for as long as I can

Seconded.
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Gotcha
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I like that in spite of the crazy spam this forum is getting, this RHET thread is still always near the top of the H&B sub-forum. It's a good metaphor to represent how those of us in this thread have overcome a barrage of devious forces in our world to become as strong as we can possibly be, and how we will continue to fight all the demons that seek to oppress us in the pursuit of strength and glory.
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I have been awake for 42 hours straight now with only 60mg of ritalin and 10mg of dexamphetamine, I'm going to be such a good investment banker.
post #43526 of 49472
Today was supposed to be a rest day, but I felt like going to the gym, so I just messed around and tested maxes. 355 DL, 260 squart and 235 bench. 850 total at 189 BW, year of serious lifting ALL NATTY. is this good? i really have no idea.

also its stupid how high my bench in comparison to my squat, but whatever.
post #43527 of 49472
If we could trade my squat for your bench maybe combined together we would have a decent total for someone training a bit over a year
post #43528 of 49472
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

If we could trade my squat for your bench maybe combined together we would have a decent total for someone training a bit over a year

I'm still about that shit I said awhile ago "comparison is the thief of joy" keep doing ya thing, shit will fall into place eventually.
post #43529 of 49472
Yea I hear ya..im all bout that incline bench right now
post #43530 of 49472
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

Yea I hear ya..im all bout that incline bench right now

I do dumbbell incline bench, barbell feels kind of funky on my shoulders. What's your reasoning for doing it?
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