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Anonymous 23/01/10(Tue)19:03 No. 39916

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How do you get this shit lift to improve? I've been stuck at 1 plate for a year

Anonymous 23/01/10(Tue)19:07 No. 39917

I have the opposite problem. My chinups and pullups have gotten better, but I've seen no improvement in any other exercises.

Anonymous 23/01/25(Wed)11:58 No. 39956

Maybe give a few extra days for rest or work on those induvidually, with curls and pulldown, then return to pullups

Anonymous 23/01/28(Sat)21:41 No. 39959

Periodize your training and use autoregulation strategies

Anonymous 23/02/14(Tue)18:03 No. 39989

>How do you get this shit lift to improve? I've been stuck at 1 plate for a year
Take longer rest between sets and then slowly shorten

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