Today I trained back and incorporated traps. I do this towards the end of my heavy sets for back, by that time I'm already pumped and use this as a finisher. Depending on how my lower back and legs are feeling from the previous leg day it helps me decide wether I should do dead lifts or not.
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It's been 3 months since the last time I was able to squat 225lbs, and leg press 720lbs. So happy to be making progress!, everything is feeling lighter. Thank you! @ionianv for the clips. 💪 shout out to the rest of the team @_loyal__khayal44_ @dexter_masontv @miss.sia @shreddeffect
(Ground beef, corn, red & green peppers) 🍴 . While working out and transforming your body, a commonly overlooked factor is diet. Sure, working out hard will allow for some change in your physique, but the true task is to feed your body the necessities it requires for gaining lean muscle mass, decreasing body fat and keeping up the energy level for these extra activities.
"Swag" . At the end of my leg sessions I drop down in weight, I do what is called burn out sets, everything to failure. I do drop sets as well especially on the leg extension. Train your mind to love the pain 😈 forgot to get a clip of me hitting my calves 😑 lol
"We gotta stop looking at pain as if it’s something negative. Alright, listen to me, if it was easy, everybody would do it No pain, no gain But I guarante if you can outlast pain If you can get through that pain, if you can get through that discomfort Alright, if you can outlast that discomfort I guarante you baby, on the other side of it is success." -Eric Thomas