Is that lbs or kg ?
T.P.W. wrote:Is that lbs or kg ?
Hey PuroRock327! Thanks for your coms. I understand what you're saying. The issue is the almost 20kg gap between what my grip allows me to do and what my core can actually handle, added to me worrying about how long I can actually hold onto the bar that it's resulting in bed technique. In my head, despite D/L being a compound exercise, it makes more sense for me to push my core strength during the exercise. I've already proved to myself that I can handle nearly 90kg, so mentally it's going to feel a huge step back to drop 20kg as that's what my grip allows for.
Personally I think right now I'm going to benefit from building my core for the rest of this particular regime. I've got 4 sets of each session left in this current regime, so it's not going to be too long until I shuffle it all round again.
Chest & Tricep Day:
A1: Pec Dec Machine: 5/52.5, 4/52.5, 3/49
B1: Flat DB Press Semi Supinated Grip: 3/44, 4/40, 4/36, 4/36
C1: Cable Fly: 6/35, 5/35, 6/30, 6/30
D1: Incline EZ Bar ext.: 5/30, 4/27.5, 3/27.5, 3/25
E1: Half Press: 6/22.5, 3/22.5, 4/22.5, 3/22.5
F1: Rope Ext.: 5/27.5, 5/27.5, 6/25, 5/25
Followed this up by spending the day sanding down walls and painting
I just switched my Deadlift grip from under/over (left to right) to a straight overhand grip
T.P.W. wrote:What's the benefit of the under/over grip?
Provides a better grip, less chance of dropping the bar.
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