The 4am Crew was woke, cause it was the first of the month. The entire crew showed out for this workout, as well as some fresh faces that pushed the competitive atmosphere of the Midwest Mecca. It was like Old School Gym traveled back to the 1970s, because this chest and back day was straight out of the Golden Era.
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In recent times it seems that “3×10” has been normalized in many cookie cutter programs and magazines, but this rep scheme does not offer a stimulus that will offer noticeable gains over time. With workout plans like Get Stacked that prescribe high volume and supersets, Cory Gregory is working to bring back this style of training. The body needs to be shocked, or as Cory likes to call it, “the crazy.”
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2 Replies to “Exercise Log #12 | Saturday Mornings | GetStacked 25”
Wife and daughter asking why daddy never wears a shirt anymore while I’m around the house. Had to let them know just following protocol lol. Having to put the neighbors on notice as well while washing the cars.
Quick question, looking for some help on setting a realistic date and amount for a goal. Although it’s baby numbers, got 335 off mats this morning sumo. Want to get a date on the calendar to work towards to really focus in on improving this lift. Was thinking of using the OPBA date just to be with you guys in spirit. Through all your years of experience, what’s a realistic amount of lbs I should shoot for to add on to my sumo deadlift in that amount of time? I know improving form and leverages plays a big part. Going to implement some extra posterior chain work in addition to GS25. Any additional tips or accessory work I cld add on to help? As always, appreciate the time and help G!
Thomas first off I love it! I think you are on it man way more posterior chain work is the key.
plus Hamstrings,Back extensions,GHD, abs is the key to big lifts.