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Slow and Controlled up and down.
How long you going to be out of commision?
Seems that my joints stay happy ~100 total reps per body part per week.
I here ya, I tried the 50 reps R/P ONCE. :)
You are 15 = Testosterone.
~100 reps per body part per week.
Lift to positive failure.
100-200kcals over maintenance.
1g protein per lb bw.
7-8 hours of sleep.
This book has worked for me. :)
Since I started using straps my lifts went up.
Wow,tons of volume George, nice !
I might have to try the revision but going with lower volume... damn wimpy shoulders. :(
Thanks for posting the revision George. How long ago did he post it?
Just curious George, you liking straight sets more than R/P?
Just for ****s and giggles, here is what I did when I was "skinny fat" around your height and weight..
If that is what it takes to keep the pain down for YOU to stay consistent with your training.
What I have found that works best for my old shoulders is, 2x a week at ~100 reps total.
Give up?... Then what, sit and watch Oprah?
I say do the best you can do, and keep in mind how you felt back when you were 80lbs heavier...
Garage gym here, get to curl in the squat rack. :)
Not sure about my carbs but, I try to get 3100-3200kcals a day and 140-150g of protien, and let the carbs and fat fall where they may. :)
I do eat "clean" 90% of the time.
What I enjoy doing in my Garage gym..
Pick one and stick with it for a while.
R/P and Straight sets both seem to give ME similar results.... Just like R/P a little better. :)
Good luck to ya.
Hey George, I feel your pain(back wise).
Whenever I feel ANY lower back pain, I drop the weight for front squats down and bring the reps up for a couple of weeks (doing it now).