I see so it makes sense to do them standing in your case.
Yea I don't go heavy on them either cause then you have to much back involvement and body swing.
Yeah, it doesn't really matter. I'd do them sitting, if I had a better setup. I've read that it hits different, smaller muscles when you do corrective exercises with lighter weights. It might be bro science, who knows. The theory is that stronger muscles (which already get worked with heavy rows) take over when you do things like face pulls with heavy weight. I know Wendler recommends going very light on most assistance, so it fits into that for me as well.
streong tripple on squats, ohp is always beastly. most impressed w/ the chin triple though at 88.... monster
Yeah, I was most happy with the chins I'd say.
Originally Posted by Anthony21
Dear lord volume, volume, VOLUME!!!. How you keeping up with all this volume man? Must be eating like a German horse. Awesome work and always Strong(er).
The frequency template increased my work capacity a lot, I'm gonna do my best to keep it up. "I'll sleep when I'm dead" style I guess. Eating around 2800 calories a day. Probably gonna lower it a bit to cut down below 190lbs for the OHP contest in the MISC. I'll try to convince myself to do a deload after this cycle, I probably need it.
2/11/13 - Dead - C14,W2 (3,3,3 @ 3x5 percentages)
I'll either keep these or just start doing RDLs again.
Interesting read about shoulder prehab work: http://www.t-nation.com/free_online_...rhead_pressing ... I used to never do stuff like shoulder dislocations, external rotations, etc. and have never had shoulder issues, so there could be some truth to this. I'll probably change how I warm up to do more stability work. Opinions?