I'm stuck at 75kg on bench press. What do I do? I can do 75kg 3x12 Posted on May 24, 2023 by Anonymous I'm stuck at 75kg on bench press. What do I do? I can do 75kg 3x12
>I am having trouble increasing my strength with training that isn't directed towards strength
drop the bag of chromosomes retard
I'm sorry you're having trouble increasing strength too anon. Not sure what you mean about chromosomes. I think you should try 5x5 instead of 3x12?
Should've told Tony dumb bitch
why didn't she tell him?
Because now she is involved and could get whacked just for knowing something. Due to involvement, her professional career is now on the line because Tony could spill the beans on her too.
There is a reason why everyone who got involved with Tony either got whacked or had to move to a different state
Tony isn't spilling the beans on his therapist. How would she be putting her profession on the line no one would even know. Some bum rapist goes missing, no one would even care.
get fat unironically
Thanks guys I'll do this.
If you take steroids, will people be able to tell? I just want to have average looking arms. I'm skinny so I have a long way to go to achieve arms that most people are born with. The only thing stopping me is I don't know how I'll look if I take steroids--will I be all veiny?
Do 75 5x8
Add more weight, ignore form, it doesn't matter if you half rep or quarter rep. You will get stronger. Once you reach a decent weight stop and gradually fix your form. Also roids
Used to struggle with 70kg, now im at 100kg for 3, but 90 as my working set.
>Push yourself, aim for 5 reps of 80kg.
How long have you been stuck at the same weight and reps?
For 3 workout days
dips, pushups, ohp, tricep pushdown and tricep overhead extensions
also heavy pendelay barbell rows, bent over (as much as possible, not below 90°) barbell rows, pullups and pullover
Switch it up, move to something like 5x5 and start gradually LP-ing from there. The only way you'll ever reach heavier weight is by....putting more weight on the bar.
eat more and increase frequency or volume, whichever you respond to better
>lower reps and more rest in-between sets
6-4-4-4 worked fine for me when I was building strength.
How many times would you do that before you increased the weight?