Push Workout | August 20th, 2022

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August 20th – Push Day #1 (Chest / Shoulders / Triceps)

Exercise #1: Hammer strength high incline press (purple bands)

  • LT: 15 / side x 7 reps
  • TT: 35 / side x 6 reps

Exercise #2: Sideways hammer strength incline press

  • LT: 30 / side x 23 reps
  • TT: 35 / side x 22 reps

Exercise #3: Hammer strength overhead press (red bands)

  • LT: 60 / side x 9 reps
  • TT: 65 / side x 7 reps

Exercise #4: Machine lateral raise

  • LT: 45 x 20 reps
  • TT: 45 x 22 reps

Exercise #5: Reeves row

  • LT: 45 / side x 18 reps
  • TT: 52.5 / side x 14 reps

Exercise #6: Jansen rope extension

  • LT: N/A
  • TT: 290 x 5 reps

Exercise #7: Dead stop skull crusher

  • LT: 50 x 23 reps
  • TT: 60 x 16 reps

Man – what a workout!

I had one new exercise – the Jansen rope extension – and I was very close to my previous all-time best on that exercise.

But on the other exercises… I hit 6 PRs out of 6 movements! Now that’s what I’m talking about!

On the first exercise, the high incline hammer strength press with bands, I hit a ridiculous 40 pound PR. Normally this kind of strength gain from workout to workout would be impossible – especially while dieting.

However, I have a new theory that I’m testing out called “The Infinite Strength Curve,” and so far it’s working EXTREMELY well.

Everything else was up significantly as well.

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As always, thank you for reading and I wish you the best of luck on your strength training journey!

Dr. Mike Jansen, PT, DPT

What's going on! My name is Dr. Mike Jansen, I'm the creator of Revolutionary Program Design. If you want to take your training to the next level, then you've come to the right place... My goal is to make RPD the #1 strength training resource available anywhere in the world!

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