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  • Posted On: 08-30-18, 2:39 pm (EDT) #1

    Wow growing pains haha

    August 30, 2018, 2:39 pm

    Thanks to Alphadestiny and scott herman my traps are growing fast. I get the normal DOMs day after the workout. Yet the rest of the time between trap work I'm very aware of my traps they feel like growing pains when I was a kid having a growth spurt. Hard to explain the sensation but it must be because I have never targeted them so well. 

    I am currently on a self programmed all barbell work out plan all heavy compound moves and I can leave the gym feeling destroyed in 45 minutes or less. 

     

    I could use advice on rack pulls.  How many reps and sets. Or is it heavy singles?  I did 405 yesterday for 4 single reps. 

     

    Thanks guys you are great inspiration 

  • Posted On: 09-02-18, 7:10 pm (EDT) #2

    Wow growing pains haha

    September 2, 2018, 7:10 pm
    Posted by: Herculesinwyo

    Thanks to Alphadestiny and scott herman my traps are growing fast. I get the normal DOMs day after the workout. Yet the rest of the time between trap work I'm very aware of my traps they feel like growing pains when I was a kid having a growth spurt. Hard to explain the sensation but it must be because I have never targeted them so well. 

    I am currently on a self programmed all barbell work out plan all heavy compound moves and I can leave the gym feeling destroyed in 45 minutes or less. 

     

    I could use advice on rack pulls.  How many reps and sets. Or is it heavy singles?  I did 405 yesterday for 4 single reps. 

     

    Thanks guys you are great inspiration 

    @herculesinwyo Awesome to hear that Mike! I had the same thing when I started training my traps properly last year - they would be sore for DAYS!! But in a good way haha.

     

    Definitely keep doing heavy rack pulls, but maybe go for the 4-6 rep range, and around 5-6 sets. That should destroy them!

  • Posted On: 09-03-18, 10:54 pm (EDT) #3

    Wow growing pains haha

    September 3, 2018, 10:54 pm

    Sounds great scott haha

    i have noticed this powerlifting based program I have been doing had made my waist line grow , oops or maybe it was my fault not tracking macros.

     

     

  • Posted On: 09-05-18, 12:43 am (EDT) #4

    Wow growing pains haha

    September 5, 2018, 12:43 am
    Posted by: Herculesinwyo

    Sounds great scott haha

    i have noticed this powerlifting based program I have been doing had made my waist line grow , oops or maybe it was my fault not tracking macros.

     

     

    @herculesinwyo When you're bulking up, you will always gain SOME fat. It's just about monitoring your diet, and maybe doing cardio where needed, to make sure what gains you make are lean!

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