Weekly Recap from bodybuilding.com for last week!
It was a down week for you as you only did one shoulder exercise for five sets. Typically when you do weightlifting training with your shoulders, you average three exercises and 10 sets. Make sure to get back at it next week and keep up the drive. While averaging 75 lbs. per set, standing military press was your top shoulder lift.
By completing five sets, your hamstrings were also a point of emphasis. All five of your hamstring sets came from barbell deadlift exercise. It was a good lift with an average of 145 lbs. per set.
Every now and then a lighter week can be helpful, but get that fire back next week. With your quads, you totaled just five sets. Barbell full squat, at an average of 75 lbs. per set, was your only quad lift.
* With five hamstring sets, you did more than your three-month average of two. Way to get after it, buddy.
* Remember when you were lifting 60 lbs. per set when doing standing military press? Well now, a year later, you are doing 75 lbs. per set!
* Getting strong is no piece of cake, but over the past few months you’ve made it look like it is. Your increase in hamstring strength is something to be proud of.
* You’ve seen notable increase in shoulders strength. Improvement of this magnitude is a cause for celebration!