So where do all the people I see doing quarter squats, bicep curls with a hip thrust, shrugs with 50% bodyweight in the squat rack, etc. get their routines from ?
Is there a website or magazine somewhere that recommends that sort of stuff ?
I know I'm doing it right, or at least trying to, but it does make me wonder when everyone else in the gym is doing it differently.
JP wrote:Also, you would never see me consult a notebook in the gym! I see that quite rarely to be honest, mostly powerlifters.
JP wrote:I think most gym users get their routines from the gym mythology, word of mouth which is like a chinese whisper and gets mangled in the process.
JP wrote:Very rarely you see an individual just walking to the strongest fucker in the gym and ask for advice. I have had that happen to me in sugden gym (shit gym) few times, respect to those guys.
sosso wrote:I often overhear them saying things like "so what are we doing today?" It's like they turn up with no plan and just do whatever. Some of them are big guys though, so I guess it works for them, but it's not something I'd do. I just like being organised and knowing exactly what I'm going to do on a particular day.
JP wrote:if shoulder is sore, dont press, if legs are done, dont squat, or at least all that heavy.
feel good, go heavy, feel shit, dont.
Big Good Wolf wrote:Everything I have ever read on squats says go full depth, yet almost everyone else I see in the shiny gym goes half depth. Why do they think that is the right way to do it ?
ultra_whippet wrote:Interesting point about asking the big/strong guys for advice - I'm not sure this always works though - I've seen plenty of guys who are just genetic freaks and get big even with a shit training routine.... but in any case guys are far less likely to ask for advice than women are.
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