The basics build strong and big triceps, BUT it all depends on how you execute them. I’ve got some tricks up my super tight sleeves.
Coming from someone who didn’t listen to these tips the first time and learned the hard way…
Assuming you have the basics like a straight bar, rack, bench, box, boards, bands, and chains—you have plenty to rub out a successful and safe max effort session. Go team solo!
I’ve learned how to frame my meets so they are a positive and successful experience— no longer do I drink and cry (afterward). From goal setting to learning from mistakes to gaining some perspective, I hope a few of these tips help you.
I’m glad that I got the total I wanted and hit a bench and deadlift PR. I JUST WANT TO MAKE MY GEAR DADDIES PROUD.
No idea what to do now that your meet is over? Here is an easy guide to help you make the most out of your “off-season.”
You don’t have to be an expert lifter to make your training partners better. You just have to always be actively watching and engaged in training. Here is how you can be an asset to your group — even as a newer lifter.
How many of these things do you think about when you’re training? What could you be doing to make yourself and your training partners better?