Yeah, without chalk I slid around a lot, UNLESS I use the Slingshot, for some reason whenever I use it and have myself in near-perfect form as I get into position, I seem to stay locked in (even though it never comes in contact with the bench, not sure exactly how it works out!) Thanks for the kind words, and just keep up with that OHP (don't forget my general rule - overloaded partial presses, push presses, and 1-arm heavy DB presses will do the trick over time!), it'll get there one day!
Coming up on eye surgery day again (I almost forgot I go in on Wednesday already!), so squeezing in what I can while I have the time, upper back and light chest work tonight -
Hammer Strength plate-loaded pulldowns -
3x10 @ 300 lbs.
Speed bench doubles -
10x2 @ 195 lbs., quick 45-60 second rest between sets
T-Bar chest supported row (new piece of used equipment that just came in, but something in the arm joint is not working well, cocks off to one side a bit) -
1x10 @ 220 lbs.
1x12 @ 200 lbs.
1x15 @ 180 lbs.
Didn't like the feel on this one much, not to mention I mistakenly put on bumper plates, those massive 45s made the leverages worse than expected.
Slingshot speed bench doubles -
10x2 @ 230 lbs.
V-handle pulldown "stretchers" -
2x20 @ 150 lbs.
DB Spoon Presses (tried something new, basically a palms-in DB flat bench press where the DBs are in constant contact with each other, making it an odd close-grip style press) -
1x25 @ 55s
2x20 @ 55s
Reverse row with bar suspended by bands from top of power rack, row down into chest -
1x20 @ black bands plus orange bands
1x40 @ black bands
Enough for the day, might go in later to do some light complexes or something, squat day tomorrow!