Chin Up: x6 x5 x5 x4 x3Jun 11
Chin Up: x6 x5 x5 x4 x3
I've seen Atlas using this progression of chinning (Recon Ron) and this is easier for me to keep up with than the frequency method. I believe greasing the groove is a solid methodology, but my preference is to have it laid out before me and to get it done at one time, not remembering throughout the day. Plan to do it mostly on off days.Jun 12
Seated Press: 217.5 x5; 187.5 x9
Squat: 385 x5; 435 x3; 485 x3
Cable Push Down: 127.5 x15 x10+4
Seated press felt good, though on the second set I let the bar drift back and whacked the one of the pins on the way up. Messed the set up enough that I decided against going for 10 and racked it. Warming up squats felt better than last week, though still don't have the same pep as I did last squat cycle. Wasn't stressing about it though, it was a 1+ day and as the Rhino, Stan Efferding, says, "if you can do it once, you can do it twice.
" Rep 3 was a grinder with a solid one and a half second pause at the transition point.