You remember Bill Gate's book "business @ the speed of thought"? Published at the dusk of last millennium, it was really a prophetic insight into what will be in the technology sector in coming years.
So I will recommend a book that even projects things farther into the future - Information Rules by Carl Shapiro Hal R. Varian. Carl Shapiro is a business tycoon while Hal R. Varian is chief economist at Google. Get the book and thank me later!
I felt something tweak a bit in my right front delt during the first warmup set of DB OHP so I called it for that exercise and dropped the weight for the rest of delts. I’m not trying to get an impingement or have any shoulder inflammation. I’m going to attack mobility, movement, and load incorporation aggressively for the next few days. Anybody interested in seeing it in my stories? Overall though I had a great chest workout with some new numbers. Swipe to see me fail whatever 315 -bands is after getting whatever 275 -bands is as well as a new banded machine press idea we tried and an example of a chest/shoulder warmup. • The reason I have been using reverse bands as often as I can is so I can have slightly less intensity (weight) at the bottom of the ROM with chest exercises as that is the point where you are the weakest. If you lower the poundage to cater to your weak point, you’re cheating yourself out of the maximum poundage you could use for the upper half of the movement where you are significantly stronger. Same applies to squats/deadlifts etc. More on this later, time for steak. • • @kagedmusclesupps@wittigworks#kmambassador#basicandbig#chestworkout#shoulderworkout#failforward#gobig#noonecaresworkharder#bench#trainer#teamflexxtraordinary#gains#bands#hardestworkerintheroom#iaintgoinghome#murderyourweaknesses#🤘🏼#braindrill