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  • Yep. Try it for a couple of weeks and see how it...

    Yep. Try it for a couple of weeks and see how it goes. If you choose a weight that is like a 10 rep max and stick to doing 7-8 reps (do the concentric as explosively as possible) or so that will...
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    Today's workout: Deadlifts: 365x7, 365x7...

    Today's workout:

    Deadlifts: 365x7, 365x7
    Poliquin step ups: 16, 8
    Nordic leg curls: 7, 7
    Resisted dorsiflexion: 5x19, 5x16
    ATG split squats: 10, 13 (both sets from the floor, previously I did...
  • If you like your current set up you can probably...

    If you like your current set up you can probably just keep doing the same thing but stop 2-3 reps shy of failure. For hypertrophy somewhere in the 10-20 set per week range seems to do a good job;...
  • How many of your bench/dip sets are close to...

    How many of your bench/dip sets are close to failure? Are they all typically within 1-2 reps of failure? You may have simply gotten to the point where you need to move away from linear progression...
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    Today's workout: FT bench press: 50x10, 50x8,...

    Today's workout:

    FT bench press: 50x10, 50x8, 50x7
    One-armed pulldowns: 100x7, 90x8, 90x6
    Seated dumbbell shoulder press: 40x9, 40x6, 30x10
    FT rows: 60x9, 60x7, 607
    Push-ups: BW+25x10,...
  • Yeah, my point moreso is that if you are able to...

    Yeah, my point moreso is that if you are able to progress well with squat/deadlift then there is likely something wrong with the way you are programming your bench. If the issue was...
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    This study makes a strong case that a lying...

    This study makes a strong case that a lying triceps extension should be included with a bench press to get meaningful increases in the long head. I do think the long head would get hypertrophy with...
  • Have you considered if your pressing movement...

    Have you considered if your pressing movement programming is subpar?
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    In that case I would work on just doing faster...

    In that case I would work on just doing faster intervals first. All out sprinting will be more demanding. As you build up to it if you want to sprinkle in some sprints that should be ok. Just start...
  • Good to see you're making consistent progress.

    Good to see you're making consistent progress.
  • Thread: Heisman's log

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    Today's workout: Paused goblet squats: 30x20,...

    Today's workout:
    Paused goblet squats: 30x20, 30x20
    Paused bulgarian split squats: 30s x10, 30s x10
    Paulson step-ups: 10, 10
    Nordic leg curls: 6, 6
    ATG split squats: 15, 15
    Resisted...
  • Ok, that is a different aspect. Basically, when...

    Ok, that is a different aspect. Basically, when you move a light weight very fast you can recruit lots of motor units however you don't need all of your muscle fibers to activate fully to move the...
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    The 4/4/9 numbers are approximations. Read here...

    The 4/4/9 numbers are approximations. Read here if curious (or google "atwater factors" if you want to find a shorter summary): http://www.fao.org/3/Y5022E/y5022e04.htm

    in the US the total...
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    Doing high rep sets to failure (or within a...

    Doing high rep sets to failure (or within a couple of reps) will work well. Doing one-armed pushups first could pre-fatigue the shoulders/triceps and then the chest may get worked well with regular...
  • Regarding actin/myosin crossbridges, muscles...

    Regarding actin/myosin crossbridges, muscles contract by having the nervous system trigger calcium influx into muscle fibers that lead to the actin and myosin overlapping to a greater degree (forming...
  • Several of these studies cite a couple references...

    Several of these studies cite a couple references indicating 20% velocity loss comes to doing about half the reps needed for failure. RIR is thus going to depend on the actual reps done for the set....
  • Somewhat. Two distinct points here: 1....

    Somewhat. Two distinct points here:

    1. Velocity-based training (VBT) is another form of autoregulation, as are using RPE/RIR. If you go to an RIR of 1-2 your reps are going to slow down. You're...
  • Yeah, it's pretty remarkable how consistent an...

    Yeah, it's pretty remarkable how consistent an individual velocity-load profile is. It also seems consistent as one gets stronger and as one gets fatigued. There is some margin of error of course but...
  • Thread: Heisman's log

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    Today's workout: Paused weighted dips:...

    Today's workout:

    Paused weighted dips: BW+70x6, BW+55x6, BW+45x6
    Pased hammer gip chins: BW+70x6, BW+55x6, BW+45x6
    Paused flat bench press: 155x8, 155x7, 155x7
    Paused seated rows: 160x8, 160x8,...
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    Also consider if when you say HIIT you mean an...

    Also consider if when you say HIIT you mean an all out sprint or not. For example, some people differentiate HIIT (high intensity interval training) from SIT (sprint interval training), with...
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