It's an interesting question. I'm a fan of building dense muscle through TUT rather than pumping the muscle, also multiple reps of the BtP per side seems the make the move more fluid than singles.I wonder what your thoughts are on the long time under tension in the doubles
Gada/mace/club work are definitely shoulder liquefiers.Feeling stronger in my upper back and shoulders feel more fluid.
Will do. I'm going by feel at moment, I need to brush up on the link you sent over.Gada/mace/club work are definitely shoulder liquefiers.
Try and learn to switch while swinging. Since there are no stops it makes you learn to relax more and be more fluid, otherwise fatigue sets in early.
When I adapted the Bench A routine to bent press I started like you. Than I saw in week 3 that doing sets of 3 each side was a huge volume so I re-adapted to: week 2 - alternating singles and double, week 3 - doubles and week 4 - alternating triples and double and got the same weekly NL as the bench routine.2nd week of Mcilroy bent presses and now first session of Mcilroy squat prog.
I completely forgot about that one... In the beginning I felt something going on around the lateral upper part of the pecs... I don't remember exactly if was just adaptation or went away when I started having more fluidity.and something going on in the chest area, but not noticeable size.