Well i'm starting a new log today I've been at the tail end of my leaning process with Shelby Starnes i've gone from 215 to 182-183. Lately I've been hovering about 185-188 depending on the day. I think in the next couple days i'll be officially starting my bulking diet, pretty excited to start adding some lbs, and increasing my strength.
standing bb military press 45x15, 65x15, 85x15, 105x10, 125x3x10 free motion shoulder press- worked up to 100x2x10 Nautilus shoulder press- 90x15, 140x12, 160x10, 180x8 smith upright rows ss w/ db lr- did 3 sets
smith seated military- 4-5 sets of 12 db lat raise- 3 sets of 20 smith upright rows- 4 sets of 12 pin shoulder press- 2 sets of 20 cb incline french press- 2 sets of 10 * bothered my elbow did some random rope pd/pin dips/etc
deads worked up to 415x2 rdls- did 225x3x8 free motion 1 arm rows- 3-4 sets- dc stretching kayak rows- 3-4 sets 1 arm rows- 2 sets- dc stretching pin wheel curls 45x3x8 prechers 4x15 20 mins stair climber 10 mins fmc thanks all she wrote
Holy soreness! After my workout I got a deep tissue massage got home and took a nap. Woke up and my back/chest/hams/abs are sore as hell! Taking the night off, going to get some Sonoran hot dogs, then bowling!
standing military- worked up to 115x3x8 free motion press- worked up to 100x2x10 smith shoulder press- worked up to 125x3x8 ss each set with 10 lb lr as many as possible did some random calf raises 20 mins fmc
Why are you doing 3 shoulder exercises that work the same exact muscle. talk about over training. Why not do the military press, with some side laterals and rear laterals. side laterals work the side head 100x better than upright rows do. not to mention many "experts" say the upright row is not a good idea for shoulder health.
To be honest, I don't have a good reason for it. I used to 2 presses first one used mainly as a warm up, then side lat/rear lat. But it just so happens the last couple weeks I've been screwing around with other things with shoulders. Never tried upright rows until 2 weeks ago.