2015-06-05 training log

Biggest thing I can say about today is that I don’t think I push bodyweight exercises as much as I should.

I tend to move steady with them, not explosive. Nor do I always push them as much as I should.

For example, that last dip rep… I was almost failing and did NOT want to do fewer reps that I did last week, so I just put more explosive into the movement and cranked it out. I bet I could have done another one that way. So… why aren’t I? Why aren’t I pushing this more?

Which leads to the next issue, that I really should push my bodyweight works (dips, chins, etc.) further. Why am I caring to save one for later? Why not push it all the way? So I only get a half-rep out… fine… count it as a half-rep, especially if I ensure I don’t drop it but then take the half-rep, the few seconds of struggle “holding” it, then ensure I let down slowly. That’s how you get more chins eventually, and that’s how I’ll break through the plateau.

I really need to push myself more… not sure why I treat the bodyweight stuff differently, but here’s to breaking that treatment.

Based on Paul Carter’s “Guaranteed Muscle Mass” article.

  • Overhead Press
    • bar x 5
    • bar x 5
    • 60 x 5
    • 75 x 4
    • 90 x 3
    • 110 x 2
    • 125 x 1
    • 115 x 12 (AMRAP)
    • 115 x 6 (50%)
  • Dips (350 Method)
    • BW x 16
    • BW x 10
    • BW x 8
  • Chin-ups
    • BW x REP
    • BW x REP
    • BW x REP
    • BW x REP
    • BW x REP
  • DB Rows (350 method)
    • 50e x 23
    • 50e x 18
    • 50e x 15
  • DB Curl (350 Method)
    • 25e x 21
    • 25e x 15
    • 25e x 12

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