Sounds like a crazy workout Mike. Good thing you weren't wearing a "T Michael" shirt.I decided to really push it this morning. I hit five sets of pushups with hand position change each round. Then I hit every muscle that didn't feel like it was worked enough with isolation work. I just kept going until I needed to catch my breath. Every set was a different form of "intensity" set. Drop sets, revers drop sets, isometrics, 5 second negatives, and other variations were employed.
I stopped when I was shaking and so dizzy I started wobbling.
Now, I'm baking up some chicken breast tenders coated in Panang curry powder, chipotle powder, dried sumac, smoked paprika, and cayenne powder.
Hope the trap feels better soon, Mike.10 Minute Arms
2 biceps and 2 triceps exercises
24 reps per set
Alternate muscle groups
No rest except the transition
10 sets total
I have been doing a lot of random OHP and it feels like I pinched something on my left trap. So, taking it easy today.
Over head fly bar?OK a question if I might
On a simple machine
Overhead fly bar w weight pulled down to behind my head
then belly crunch holding the fly bar against my back behind my head
If I do the crunch while pulling the fly bar down to my back is it the same exercise? One motion instead of 2 seperate motions?