Your brain will remember the LAST thing you did on a movement pattern. If you hit a sloppy lift or miss one, even if it's supposed to be your last set you should reduce the weight and get one or two perfect sets, even if it's a light weight. If you finish on that bad rep, that's what the nervous system will remember and you will gradually degrade your form. The last thing you do on a movement pattern is what will have the greatest impact on motor learning. - Christian Thibaud
Training on 27.2.2017 (Mon) - 1st session
Hang Clean x 1 rep + Clean x 1 rep x 10 sets x 225lb
#FrankensteinSquat from pins inspired by #ChristianThibaudeau #Thibarmy
135lb x 3
185lb x 3
225lb x 3
275lb x 3
Damn! I was choked!
What the hell is that exercise?
The reason why I did that is to improve my clean/ Front Squat position. To make sure I am using my delts to lift the weight. But it is a really painful exercise.
Yesterday post, I mentioned I've got the shoulder impingement. However, it doesn't let me have a rest to wait until it recovers completely. Have you heard about what's called frozen shoulders? Although I injured my shoulders, I have to keep them moving. Otherwise, I will suffer even worse consequence in the future. We are always taught that we need to learn how to train around our injury. My right shoulder is actually hurting when I am doing inclined DB press, deg 30. Today,