Brian Carroll | Benching in the rain | Plus week 2 in SDP |

Thanks to CaptainJacked.com and Inzernet.com for supporting my lifting career!

Now that I have a few Saturday’s at home, I’m going to run a 3-week mini-cycle until I go out of town for Exos in PHX, early November. You can still register for the event at EXOS to see me and other great speakers!

Week 2, day 2 – bench training
Last week was triples, so this week we did doubles. Check out how it went:

Normal warm-up, no matter what…..

Floor press:
Top set of 370×2

Right as we all hit 315, the rain started to really come down. Not the brightest idea, but I had one more set to go. You can see in the video it wasn’t just sprinkling.

SDP Shirt work:
400×3 – 4bd
500×3 – 3bd
550×3 – 3bd
620×3 – 2/3bd

It was good to be back in the shirt as this week felt so much better than last! It has been 7mo+ since setting up on the bench press regardless of shirt or not, after all.

Incline DB press:
4×10

Grenade skulls:
4×10

Cable triceps press-down:
4×10

Hammer curl:
4×10

Planks and variations:
a couple rounds

Each week things feel quite better. I really wish I wasn’t going to miss week 4, but such is life. I’m making the most of the time I have.

I’m really doing something I haven’t done in some time. I’m starting over on every lift and rebuilding the foundation. Especially with the bench press and my R shoulder and pec (which is BARELY hanging on by a thread-like-Piano-wire).

This has been a blow to the ego, but after taking so many months off, it was time to start re-tooling a few things. A fresh reboot!

So far, so good!

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Brian Carroll

Owner and Founder at PowerRackStrength.com
Brian Carroll is committed to helping people overcome back pain and optimizing lifts and movement. After years of suffering, he met back specialist Prof. McGill in 2013, which led to a life-changing transformation. In 2017, they co-authored the best-selling book "Gift of Injury." On October 3, 2020, Carroll made history in powerlifting by squatting 1306 lbs, becoming the first person to break this record. He retired with a secure legacy and a life free from back pain.
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