Scott & Sean- Q&A- Ep. 10


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(1:39)- Kaelan Ellis
Hey Scott, My chest and shoulders are my genetic weak point and I was wondering what I should do to catch them up? I don’t want to continue to develop the rest of my body at a higher rate than my chest and shoulders. Would I want to dedicate more time to them or back off on my other body parts or what?

(5:37)- Norek
Hey Scott!
I’m a big fan of yours and I want to ask you a question. I’m 21 and I’ve been working out for almost 1 year now. I’m on a strict meal plan and I haven’t been eating junk food for so long now that I just got used to it. I’m always told that I have to eat 6 small meals a day, every 2-3 hours. The problem is, I get hungry so often that sometimes it’s hard to wait even for 2 hours… I’m happy with my progress and my results so far (I currently have 6% bodyfat), but I feel that I’m always hungry, no matter what I eat and when I eat. Is this normal and if it is, how do I battle the hunger?

(11:35)- Aaron Rogers
My question is about an issue I get in the gym when dumbbell bench pressing (flat or incline). On my last 1 or 2 reps of a set when I am reaching failure my left arm tends to shake a little (mostly in the bicep area) and will eventually collapse (if I push it that hard). This never happens with my right arm (I am right handed).

Is this because my left bicep may be slightly weaker than my right and therefore giving up first or is it stabilizer muscle related?

It’s not a huge problem but I feel that it is stopping me from fulfilling working my chest muscles to failure as my left bicep is failing first.

I have been training for about 2 years (only been serious about it for the last 8 months or so), is this issue likely to go away in time as I get stronger?







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