Ooff.. das war mal eine geile Bein-session!! Beine komplett zerstört und ich kann kaum noch laufen, wie ihr auch noch in meiner Story sehen könnt. 🤯
Ich persönlich liebe es an meine "Grenzen" zu gehen. Obwohl diese "Grenzen" noch nicht meine eigentlichen Grenzen sind. Es geht immer mehr!! 😉
Jetzt geht's Heim: Essen, duschen, schlafen 😍
Wer von euch liebt so ein intensives Beintraining auch? Lieblingsübung für die Beine?
Lil bitta skwatz n a lil bitta binch - feels like we're back in beginner gains territory with the momentum we're on now, trynna riiiide this out as long as possible. Single work on all 3 lifts is v close to the best it's ever been at ~7kg less bodyweight, a smol lil 86kg today. Hoping this means by the time I fill out the 93s we'll have a sick nasty total 😈
LB squat - 210 @8
HB backoffs - 160x3x7
Bench - 105x4x7
Not fully been myself the last few days, but we getting outta the funk and getting ready for the platform. 18(?) days out, looking forward, lessgo
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Top triple w/192.5kg
Back off 8's w/165kg
BACK IN THE GYM.
De-load done, day 1 of prep in the bag and I'm feeling good! Got a little off balance on the first rep of 192.5 but nothing to worry about, pulled it together on the last two.
Back off 8's were money. High rep squats are the shit, if you complain about 'AnYtHiNg MoRe ThAn 5 rEpS iS cArDIo' get and improve your fucking cardio then and maybe you can do it without complaining, less negative connotation and maybe get better results 🤷♂️
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Getting back under the 60’s today for 10 reps. Did a down set after this with the 50’s for 15 reps, flat lexco chest press, pec Dec, side raises, Abbs then cardio. Just got to keep chipping away untill i see my vision. Good session as always with brosiv jesse @jessehenningpt
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Why You’re Weak Off The Floor: Part 2
If you make a clean break off the ground on your first rep of a deadlift, you’re in for a smooth set. If the first set feels horrible, out of line and extremely heavy, you put yourself at greater risk of injury if you grind on. This post is going to be looking at tension and why it’s so important on the first part of the first rep.
Let’s imagine it’s a wintery morning. It’s 5am and -3°C outside. You have to get up and go for a walk and you’ve just noticed it’s started to rain. Logic tells you to wrap up as warm as possible from head to toe. You put on gloves, a hat, 2 pairs of pants and 4 layers on your torso. All of this is to escape the biting cold outside. You step outside and start walking but notice something immediately. There’s a hole in your pants somewhere and the cold breeze is rushing in. Despite being wrapped up from head to toe, all you can feel is the icy cold blast breaching your layers. There’s a chink in your armour and you’re paying the price.
A bit random? Perhaps, but I used this exact analogy with a client after I’d walked to work once winter morning and it worked a treat. When you deadlifting, you’re only as strong as your weakest areas ability to maintain tension. The kicker is, it’s not just abdominal bracing, it’s grip, elbows, shoulders, spine, glutes, knees and feet. You need stability and rigidity literally everywhere to move the dead weight. If you struggle with your first rep, you will have a weakness in one of the mentioned areas.
Your body will always gravitate to the most efficient way of moving possible. This is why your second rep on a deadlift always feels more comfortable than the first. You’ll automatically find a position that either strengthens (or compensates for) your weakness. This isn’t good and shouldn’t be built upon. The reason being is that eventually you’ll develop a strength deficit leading to a compensation somewhere else. This becomes harder to correct the stronger you get. Some common examples are; core > thoracolumbar fascia, grip > triceps, feet > calves
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Första passet med utrustad bänkpress slutade med en singel till plankan på 225kg. Kul.