i cannot seem to increase on y overhead BB press
i do my shoulders after chest but i wus always able to increase that since now.
i think i have been doing OHP since june,
do u guys think that it is time to retire them and go on to dumbells
(i want to increase my ohp, db or BB)
(im stubern in the sense that when i do change something in my routine i want to go from all BB movements to all DB ones)
Last edited by Sayiajin Prince; 11-05-2001 at 07:47 PM.
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height: 5'8'' (im lieing its probably 5'7'')
weight: 159-165 lbs (morning and day)
goals for end of the year 405/500/600 at 170-175(with the 8pack)
other: dips 3 and a quarter plates for 4 reps
Maybe change up your exercise 'regimen' for a while, switch it up. Or switch the order of your exercises?
start with shoulders one week and chest the other
upper chest freak
Yeah just do something different.. you said yourself that you've been doing them since June. I would either try out the dumbbell form or just not do them at all for a while. Sometimes when I drop an exercise that I've been doing for a long time... I go back to it a month or so later and then see results.
do light rotatercuff work before chest/shoulders, do your chest routine, then do clean&pushpresses. cleans are tremendous for the entire shoulder/upperback complex, and the explosive strength gained/required for push presses will send your numbers through the roof.