Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by Eason, Dec 20, 2009.
after 3 sessions i already hate working out at home.
Post setup pics brah.
Its nothing exciting, didnt get a rack, just ironmaster dumbbells, olympic bar, ez bar + plates and a incline decline bench. I go to the gym to do legs. There isnt enough room in my garage and i have to keep moving equipment, the DB's are frustrating to keep changing the weights, and it just feels boring. None of the movements feel the same as in the gym, as weird as that sounds. But the gym is also shit because you always have to change your workout due to people queing for equipment.
No cardio bunnies at home. No thanks.
+1 need women miring and dyels to laugh at to push me onwards down the road of aesthetics.
Yes, I lift for all the wrong reasons.
Brethen, Im gonna lift in evening after basketball game @ 5pm.
Thinking of oly squat > dl for 3x5.....how heavy should I go? 90% of a 5rm?
have practice on mon morning...don't wanna deal with DOMS then. I shld be benching/rowing on Sat.
This is a good vid. Should have some type of disclosure though like "don't try this at home" for guys like me
Thanks for the feedback. What sort of lifts did you guys have in mind. I feel like my sticking point and the reason my form breaks is my lift off from my legs/using my hip as the fulcrum is shitty. I was thinking doing speed work around 250-300? What are some good core conditioning things you like to do MCB?
Any other suggestions welcome.
Look like you need some more power from the floor and more core strength. Zercher squats paused off pins would be something good to add into your routine. Heavy, sets of 8 work well.
Ended up benching + rowing instead. Heavy squats here I come tmr
Yea deep ATG front squats w/a little pause at the bottom sound like a good starting point
Appreciate all the advice. Lookin forward to putting it into motion.
its like i have lift amnesia since i started medskool. I used to do zerchers pretty reg and was able to rep 225. Ill get back into it. Lets see what a few months of zerch/FS can get me ready for
That doesn't mean you should stop deadlifting. Keep deadlifting. Just lower the weight to something you can pull without getting pulled over the bar.
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