I really don't know if I could take it, endurance and recovery-wise.
Three days a week (often just two) is already kicking my ass.
As a wise man said, many of us struggled with serious insecurities, like if we'll ever be able to put up two plates. (Though maybe I have to invest in an even smaller microload set.) Anyone got any suggestions?
An excerpt of the strategy seen by The AP emphasizes that America has often fought to protect its interests.
"America's achievements and standing in the world were neither inevitable nor accidental, the draft says. is only interested in relationships with other countries, including alliances like NATO, that are fair and reciprocal. The document will rethink the current relationship with China and Russia based on the assumption that engagement with rivals and including them in international institutions "would turn them into benign actors and trustworthy partners." "For the most part, this premise turned out to be false," the document says, according to excerpts obtained by Reuters.
I've also thought about just ditching the bench for now to work only on overhead presses and the incline bench press (which may assist with the overhead press) and maybe tricep isolation stuff, but I don't know. I think someone mentioned pyramiding, but what kind -- going upwards in weight or downwards?
BTW, I've been doing high rack pulls to work my traps, and they seem to work pretty well. Oh, and this is amusing: When Christopher Reeve was cast as Superman, he was 6' 5" but only 170 pounds -- a "beanpole" and "skinny little kid" as director Dick Donner described him.