Ahh that game of “Not Sure if Training-Related Soreness or Job-Related Pain.”
I benched pretty heavy last week; and I also used a computer mouse for the first time in years for 5 hours per day this week. Something in my hand is jacked. Eh, I’ll be fine.
mmmm… what I’d recommend depends a little on whether or not you train raw or in gear. If you train raw, then paused presses, pin presses, heavy delt work and chest work with dumbbells. If you train in a shirt, then board presses for sure and tons of work on your arms. Since the shirt will help you from the chest, your major concern will be the lockout. Regardless of whether or not your train raw, back work and rear delt work is key to keep yourself sturdy on the bench. Hope that helps.
Then again, you never really elaborated on what your weakness actually is in your bench so… I can’t say.
So Hayley McNeff is not actually a lifetime natural. Heard it straight from her mouth on Dave Pulcinella’s podcast. It’s been pretty unclear among bodybuilding fans over the past few years; and she just set the record straight. She’s known for identifying as natural closer to her last show but never talked about what that really meant for her. She did her final show drug-free; but before that she’s dabbled in prohormones, stacked primo, var, growth and a couple other things. Her reasons for coming off are quite honourable. She’s got a solid head on her shoulders. Most people don’t think about return on investment in PED use and their consequences in the bigger picture of life.
Dang, I had a sliver of hope that somehow, some way it was possible to get her look drug-free. Oh well. Still mirin’!
Took things lighter this week since I pushed a heavy single last week. Once again getting down with the pauses.
Pendlay row 135lbs 5x5
Lat pull ss. tri press downs
Tri press downs
Biceps and rear delts
I was done in under an hour. Sweet!