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I know it's not a lot compared to a lot of you guys, but I'm happy I can finally bench my own weight at 155x5. Huzzah! Posted via RS Mobile
benching your own bodyweight is a pretty solid goal to achieve!!
i remember when i first started out that was such a long away dream i never thought id get there. i thought that was for "the really strong guys, not guys like me" crazy how time flies and things change.
Previous workout on incline press I pushed 55 x 8, today I did 60 x 6.
Bench press up to 165 x 5. I originally posted in the BB club that I'm still at 148 but I just checked 10 minutes ago... 150 lbs now!
Also starting GOMAD (have drank half a gallon so far today), I've added an extra meal at 9:00 PM everyday and I think it's starting to catch up. (Rice + steak) with protein shake and milk before bed.
1 set of 3 reps squats with 315 lbs.
5 sets of 10 reps squats with 225lbs.
5 drop sets of lunges with 65lb DBs and then 30 lbs.
3 sets of drop set leg dresses (last one to failure)
5 sets of calf raises with 280 lbs.
There was a guy who waited 15 mins for a rack to do curls. He struggled with just the bar, then he started humping the bar up with 10lbs on each side Probably goes home and wonders why hes still 110 lbs lolol
Then there was a guy who did the most atrocious deadlift with 65lbs ... and he was a pretty big dude not a noob. So many johnny upperbodies at SC lol.
Does anyone got any suggestions for me on my rackpull? If i set it too low I can't get my knees into the right position which makes me in an awkward position for lift off. If I set the bar one notch higher its just at the top of my knee, so my knee position is great but I get a crappy ROM. On the lower setting its just below my knee, on the higher setting its at the top part of my knee. Thoughts?
Question for you guys. I'm 5'5 and 150lbs. Started going to the gym for past 3 months. Doing both cardio and weight training 3 times a week. I've lost inches in my waist but my body weight is still the same. Most articles I read say that I should weigh 140-145lbs. Diet is the same as before I started at the gym.