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try some lunges with weights pulled them in each hand
Used to really love that exercise. I’d go down the hallway at the gym. But had a mri on my right knee and they said it’s a meniscus strain. That’s just a bullshit way of saying it’s torn but not very bad. So I’ve been nursing that for a while. It does feel good though, so I could start to add those back into my workout. 👊🏼
I would look into doing box squats if you want to push the leg strength
That is one exercise that terrifies me. I’ve had 3 inner meniscus tears in my life and I’m basically just scared to do some of those workouts. I currently have a partial tear that is about healed up. And I’m just trying to avoid injuries at this point. Maybe if I start on a taller box?
make sure your last sets are the ones you push the failure
Thanks for the advice 👊🏼
Do you think I should be running after a leg workout? Maybe I’m holding back knowing that I still have cardio to do.
I push hard on the individual exercises then I recover and feel like I can just keep doing more sets even though I can’t do more weight on that last set. Sometimes I’ll start going back down in weight and work more on suspension and form. But that’s usually on a push or pull day, not legs. I was planning on increasing weights and only doing 3-4 sets per muscle group. I am definitely going to be pushing myself harder. But I do worry about increasing my risk of injury.
Some kid at my gym does that at like a 30° incline. I don’t like him.
I go 15 degree as that is the max it goes. I only do 75 sec at a time and do it 5 times in a 65 min period.
Push Day: (Chest, Shoulders, Triceps)

Flat Bench Dumbbell Chest Press:
65lbs x 12 reps
75lbs x 10 reps
85lbs x 8 reps

Decline Bench Dumbbell Chest Press:
65lbs x 12 reps
75lbs x 12 reps
85lbs x 8 reps

Incline Plate Loaded Chest Press:
90 lbs x 15 reps
140 lbs x 12 reps
190lbs x 5 reps
160lbs x 6 reps (drop set)
90lbs 12 reps (drop set 2)
90lbs x 15 reps (sat too long and lost track of what I was doing)

Tricep Pushdowns: (v bar)
40lbs x 20 reps
50lbs x 20 reps
60lbs x 17 reps

Tricep Pushdowns: (rope)
40lbs x 15 reps
50lbs x 12 reps
60lbs x 8 reps

Posterior Delt Single Arm Cable Crossover:
40lbs x 15 reps
50lbs x 15 reps
60lbs x 12 reps

Lateral Delt Cable Raises:
10lbs x 15 reps
15lbs x 10 reps
20lbs x 8 reps

Anterior Delt Cable Raises: (hammer raises)
15lbs x 15 reps
15lbs x 15 reps
20lbs x 12 reps
Okay so I’m a bit of a fatty… but here it is. ☠️


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You have a good base. Look great once you get those delts capped. And bit more arm size. Your going the right direction. Keep at be consistent you be in gains city1💪
Thanks bro! I appreciate it. 🙌
I’ve been struggling hard to get my shoulders capped. I have a slight tear in my right shoulder. Maybe rotator cuff. But I haven’t had a mri on that one. I’m going to do what I can and try to make the best of it. I know it’s not the ideal situation to go into a cycle with but it is what it is. Mostly affects the incline press, overhead press and lateral raises. Really hope the peds can help me get that size increase I’m after. 👊🏼
I was doing dumbbell lunges across the gym and pulling the sled but my right knee has a meniscus strain. It’s been feeling better lately so I could add some back in. Just don’t want to do traditional squats.
In addition to what roidrage suggested consider dragging the sled backwards is awesome for knees, I pull a cart loaded with weight backwards around my yard for my knee injury works great can do pistol squats again
Definitely try the backwards walking first, build up to weighted backwards cart drag, a tib bar is also awesome at that stage, easy to just make one but can buy them online
I’m unfamiliar with the tib bar. Perhaps I’ve seen one and just never knew the name. I’ll look it up. And yes, I will walk before I do that. I appreciate the advice.
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