Focus = Pressing
pressing strength has really gone done as of lately. But of course, how can I be great at pressing if I only do it once in a while. I have stayed away from alot of pressing because my LEFT shoulder feels so unstable. HMMMMM? Maybe that I why I need to press more. After about 2 or 3 reps it almost as if my nervous system just shots off neural drive to all the shoulder muscles. It's not a gradual fatigue, it's instantaneous. 1 rep I'm find, the next I can hardly press it more than 2 inches. Something is going on, could it be just instability? Is the brain trying to protect my shoulder by shutting off the prime movers? This has been going on for a while, just haven't really done anyting about it.
KB Military Press
warm up: 16kg 5/5 x 1
24kg x 5/5 4/4 3/3 x 2 sets
(2nd set had a very diificult time on my left side - reps got ugly)
100lb x 1/1 x 1 sets
50lb x 2/2 x 2 sets
100lb MB 3/3 x 3 sets
Short workout. Energy was not as high probably because I trained at night. Night training for me is not ideal. I'm on my feet all day and by the end of the day I'm smoked. Late morning is the best for me as my energy is peaking.
GTG for left military press - I start this week.