MAPS Anabolic Day 1 Phase 1! Back to doing some real programming, although I'll have to say goodbye to loading the spine for a while. Not even front squats. Luckily, I truly think bulgarian split squats are just as effective.
Not sure what your goals are, but elliptical was my godsend when my knees gave out. I also JUST read another person's success story of losing 8lbs in one month with just building habits, including elliptical daily! Hope you find this inspiring and keep it up!
Yea, toss the number. After a month of taking some time off of heavier weights, I went to the gym and was just humbled by 2 sets per body part. Getting back to where I was will certainly take more time than I thought, but happy to have gotten it done today. In this time off, illness/herniated disc, I lost some weight...I…
Rant I’m sorry: ARG!! I am getting hit w all the medical issues. Back injury is either pinched nerve, herniated disc, MS, or all three. I have flu-like symptoms so getting tested. I JUST WANT TO TRAIN but I know taking some time off to reset is ok.
ARG!! I am getting hit w all the medical issues. Back injury is either pinched nerve, herniated disc, MS, or all three. I have flu-like symptoms so getting tested. I JUST WANT TO TRAIN but I know taking some time off to reset is ok.
yes! I just thought of facepulls and i guess rear delt pulls from the seated row machine. we are just going to leave OHP out for now.....don't want to risk it. It doesn't hurt but we are avoiding loading my spine for now.
Guys I am so excited. I worked with my PT and we figured out ways to work around my back injury (we still think it’s a bulging disc/pinched nerve). No more squats but will try goblet squats next time. If it’s a no go, sticking w Bulgarian split squats. No DLs. Hip thrusts! Thrust is a must. No RDLs or lying leg curls.…