Feeling as thicc as last night's pancakes after the pull session this morning. This week's primary compound movement called for rack pulls, aka the turtle shell builder.
Today consisted of:
Rack pulls: 4x6, Weighted pull ups: 3x10, Lat pulldown: 3x12, Superset - Seated mid-row: 3x8 & Straight arm pulldown: 3x12-15, Superset - Preacher curl machine: 3x10-12 & Alternating DB curls: 3x10 (each arm). #trainlikeasuperhero#bodybuildingcom#backattack
Do you feel that your beard just isn't growing anymore?
I completely understand where you're coming from and although the answer may just be that simple, here's a few things on this that might help you out... 1. Let's start at the obvious, your beard HAS stopped growing, end of.
Every beard has its optimal length, that's the genes we are blessed with and nothing we can do other than to keep it looking its best at its fullest point.
2. We all judge our own beards too harshly.
Going from clean shaven to a noticeable length of beard (even just short in size) is exactly that...... more noticeable. Once you hit a certain stage, it does take much longer for you to notice improvements. Don't stare at it daily and think grow dam you, grow! It will do in its own time (unless we are at point 1 obviously)
3. Audit where and how you're getting it trimmed.
Is the place you go to actually trained in cutting beards or are they more a dad & lad style barber looking for a quick £10 for 10 mins work?
Length in your beard comes from the neck area and this also helps to support the rest of the beard, in turn keeping it neater naturally.
Maybe speak with your barber next time you pass them and ask what they suggest, set an end goal with them that you can both work towards. You'll quickly understand if they are not the right barber for you (this means staying with the same barber obviously, you'll get nowhere if you keep cheating on your previous barber.) To read the rest of this blog, head over to our website