Progressing on push days

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    Anonymous
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    Im 9 weeks into my program and iv made unexpected progress on pretty much every single exercise except my push days where sometimes id hit 60pnds on the db incline for 6 only to barely do 2 the next week. Every single other day iv made consistent progress so i was hoping for some tips. Also is it normal for week 9 in my logbook to not say my previous weeks weight and repetitions

    #286959
    Simo Matikainen
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    Do you do chest 2x week? If so you are propably under recovered when you come to your second workout. I cant think kany other reason you would get so many less reps.

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    BryceBahm
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    #287908
    Anonymous
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    Do you do chest 2x week? If so you are propably under recovered when you come to your second workout. I cant think kany other reason you would get so many less reps.

    I do it around once a week as im on the anti flamingo prgram. I reckn it might be due to my weight as the past couole of weeks its kinda been fluctuating downwards and iv heard that bodyweight has a high impact on pressing strenght compared to other stuff. Not sure how true that is tho

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    Simo Matikainen
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    I do it around once a week as im on the anti flamingo prgram. I reckn it might be due to my weight as the past couole of weeks its kinda been fluctuating downwards and iv heard that bodyweight has a high impact on pressing strenght compared to other stuff. Not sure how true that is tho

    It might be a slight factor, cant be sure tho. I wonder if its possible that you train pressing exercises too infreqently. I guess you have to experiment to find out. If you only do Push 1x week you surely will have to be well recovered I would assume. Maybe you need more stimulus.

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