Ok, so I will start posting sessions again. Also, after watching Mark Dugdale's week in the Dungeon movie (Thank you Napoleonator ), which is one of my fav bb movies now. I got the fire burning again and hope to bring some good sessions for this log again. I did strain my pec though on my last chest day so that is the only bodypart that I may have to hold back on.
Yah I just read sessions for the first time and your rediculous. keep posting!
The Iron never lies to you. You can walk outside and listen to all
kinds of talk, get told that you're a god or a total bastard. The Iron
will always kick you the real deal. The Iron is the great reference
point, the all-knowing perspective giver. Always there like a beacon in
the pitch black. I have found the Iron to be my greatest friend. It
never freaks out on me, never runs. Friends may come and go. But two
hundred pounds is always two hundred pounds.
First Chest Day back in three weeks since my right pec strain:
Incline BB Press:
135 x 8 (warm up)
225 x 8 (warm up)
275 x 5 (warm up)
315 x 7, rest 10 sec x 2, rest 10 sec x 2
Flat Hammer Strength Press:
3 plates/ side x 10 (last two had slow eccentric movement with explosive concentric phase. Failure on last rep)
Incline Hammer Press:
3 plates and a 25/side x 11 (first 8 where normal reps, last three were slow negatives and failed on last rep)
Single Arm Preacher Curl Machine:
80lbs x 12 (warm up)
110lbs x 11 (slow eccentric and concentric movements for each rep, meant to "pre-exhaust" )
Standing BB Curls:
115 x 10
125 x 10 (last two slow eccentric movement, swung up on concentric phase)
Standing DB Hammer Curls:
70s x 10
I definitely could tell my strength has gone down and my muscles cramped pretty fast but I pushed through it and felt great. My pec didn't hurt too much but that is why I did two Hammer Strength movements this session and focused more on Inline than anything. Overall I was happy considering the length of my time off and a previous injury.
you workout still??? when did this happen?