Weekend Workout

I normally don’t train on the weekends other than a little cardio or outdoors activity. But I’ve had my son Jacob here for the past few days and wanted to get as many workouts together as possible while he’s here. So we trained chest and triceps on Sunday (he trained back and biceps with me Friday).

Weekend Chest Workout

Incline Barbell Press:

4 sets x 12, 10, 8, 8, 20 reps

Hammer Strength Press:

3 rest-pause sets x 15+ reps

Cable Crossovers:

4 sets x 15 reps

Hammer Strength Incline Press:

3 rest-pause sets x 15+ reps

Weekend Triceps Workout

Rope Pressdowns:

3 sets x 15 reps

Seated Machine Overhead Extensions:

3 sets x 15 reps

Cable Pressdowns:

3 rest-pause sets x 15+ reps

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My son is somewhat new to lifting, at least in a real gym. I got him some dumbbells and barbells a couple years ago. But we all know there’s a tremendous difference in training at home vs training in a real gym. So I spent a lot of time helping him with proper form and getting accustomed to some exercises he’s never done. This also made me more conscience of my own form, although I train pretty strict and controlled as it is.

As you can see, the exercise we performed were basic. I want to keep him on the basic movements for building mass. He’s 19 with a fast┬ámetabolism. We did use the Hammer Strength machines but those are still basic pushing movements. We included some rest-pause sets as well. I wanted to show him techniques he can use to increase his intensity once he gets seasoned in training.

This is my first time getting to train with my son. He’s seems passionate about lifting weights so I really hope our workouts together ignite that even more. We train legs this morning so I’m having him carb up today. Tomorrow is shoulders and traps. We’ll get one more workout after that as I’m flying him back to his home Wednesday.

Train with Passion,



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