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    Weaker than other days

    Why do I feel less weaker some days than others? Like when I grip the bar I cant physically grip it tightly enough to get the same reps out I usually do (This happens from the beginning not during when my arms are tired)

    I get the same amount of energy from food & 8-10hrs sleep.
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    Everybody has up and down days at the gym. That's just normal and can be attributable to anything from food and sleep to hydration to stress to programming. I'm sure there are other factors that I haven't listed as well.
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    What do you do in these situations? Because last time I felt weak I physically couldn't lift heavy it demotivated me and I left the gym early
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    Originally Posted by Cautious1 View Post
    What do you do in these situations? Because last time I felt weak I physically couldn't lift heavy it demotivated me and I left the gym early
    Understand that it is normal and adjust your workout accordingly. This is where I think that RPE-type training comes in handy (I like Barbell Medicine's stuff.) But at the simplest level, you just need to take some weight off the bar and continue your workout.
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    Originally Posted by spradish View Post
    Understand that it is normal and adjust your workout accordingly. This is where I think that RPE-type training comes in handy (I like Barbell Medicine's stuff.) But at the simplest level, you just need to take some weight off the bar and continue your workout.
    Cool thanks for the help
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