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Negative. I sled drag 2-3x a week and it will actually help my recovery, especially for the lower back. Just try it and if it starts ****ing with your recovery drop your intensity/weight on drags. I...
thats one of the nicest compliments ive ever heard. thank you sir.
its funny you say this, because until i started building my own gym i never knew how expensive and fragile some of this **** was. I must of bent 4-5 bars at my gym and it never bothered me. After...
for me personally, variations of sled drags and stationary bike and high incline treadmill walk.
consistency + food + enough recovery
was waiting for the titties to pop out.
they didnt pop out. :(
you basically want to hit 20 sets of singles in one session at 90/95% ?
Looking at your #
Deadlift - 462lbs ( 10 x 415-440 x 1)
Squat - 360lbs ( 10 x 324-342 x 1)
bench - 220lbs ( 10 x...
Do more more for your back, like every training session. Upper back and lats. Rows, Rows and more rows. pedlay/bent/tbar/dumbell and pullups. Things that help my lockout, floor press, pin press and...
buy once, cry once.
hi temps are great. I love mine.
Alot of people talk alot of **** about Rogue, but having first hand experience with them, they blow alot of other companies out of the water, they have solid products and their customer service is...
300lb bench and 300lb squat.
OP i use the spud straps. I emailed EFS awhile ago, because i was in your position and asked them the same question, they told me to go with the spud straps, well at least pertaining to my goals. I...
OP find a coach or a person who actually competitively powerlifts to help guide you.
check out the equipment forum...
i have a ivanko comp set, ****ers chip like crazy.
Sled drags, yoke walks, farmers walk, wheel barrow push, keg walks, car pull/push. Thats what I do for cardio.
Prime example of why newbie programs are needed.
OP. Read the stickies.