I'm trying to save time on my back workouts, I'm just curious if doing Deadlifts, Bent Over Rows, and Pullups/Chin-ups are enough to build it completely?
- Build My Back Bob
So here's the deal, I'm looking forward to compete in weightlifting, but I get sick a lot. So here's the question: when dealing with illness (common cold, flu) what's the wisest thing to do regarding training? If the illness involves/leads to infection (strep, sore throat) do the same rules apply or is it an exception to take a rest? How do you go about coming back to training after such illness? Thank you in advance
- Sick Steve
This is a ‘Noob’ question, but i'm at a loss. I lift early in the morning so I don't train with anyone to spot me. My lifts are getting stronger and the first dumbbell rep is getting harder and harder. How do I get the first dumbbell chest press rep?
- New Nick
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