Progression

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  • #22503
    Mike Cruz
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    hi Joe…another question and I’m sorry if you have addressed this a million times prior…

    but with progression…for example a 5-8 range…i have been stuck around 7 reps with same weight for about three weeks in a row with what I feel is “perfect form” or improved form but feel stuck….since in a rep short of the top range of that rep range should I move up in weight…you said in a video you may not necessarily hit the top rep range goal but with clean form you may go up in weight a rep or two shirt of your target top range..thank you brother

    #22515
    Joe
    Keymaster

    hi Joe…another question and I’m sorry if you have addressed this a million s prior…

    but with progression…for example a 5-8 range…i have been stuck around 7 reps with same weight for about three weeks in a row with what I feel is “perfect form” or improved form but feel stuck….since in a rep short of the top range of that rep range should I move up in weight…you said in a video you may not necessarily hit the top rep range goal but with clean form you may go up in weight a rep or two shirt of your target top range..thank you brother

    #22516
    Mike Cruz
    Participant

    The press I’m stuck on is a dB press so going up 5 pounds might be too big a jump. Could a attach a 2.5 pound plate with a micro band with and progress that way? Or would that cause a balance issue cause the added weight to one side?

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