For the last couple weeks I brought my hands back in closer while squatting because I prefer them in that position, as I am sure the vast majority of us do. Hoping that the mobility work on my shoulder is paying off so I can continue to do so without my bench being affected by shoulder pain.
I am not so happy to say that isn’t the case, today I shut my bench down after 315 because I felt the aggravation creep into my elbow. Instead of fighting it off and ruining an entire session, I stopped pressing and did some pump work to get something in.
Looks like next week it will be back to hands wide on squat day. Its nothing I can’t work with, but I am accepting the fact that I have to keep them in that position or run the risk of injury down the line.
45 x 20
135 x 4
225 x 3
275 x 3
315 x 3
Push ups with band resistance
3 x 15
1 x 20
Did these standing up with band wrapped around back in the same way I did pushups. Wanted some extra pump work and this felt fine today.
3 x 25
DB Lateral Raises
20 x 3 x 20
Seated Bench Dips
190 x 3 x 10
90 x 3 x 15
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