Nothing can really be learned from BP readings taken during hard resistance exercise. There simply are NO standards for comparison. A systolic over 150 seems perfectly reasonable.
A resting blood pressure of 152/51 is virtually impossible.
It is very important to find out your RESTING blood pressure...after sitting quietly in front of the TV for 5 minutes, preferable in a reclining Lazy-Boy!
I am supposing that those 28% and 58% numbers are EJECTION FRACTIONS; the 28% is scarily low but the 58% is low normal...you should probably have it run again to be sure, becaue the 28 is a strong indication of heart failure. How were these numbers gotten?
I am AMAZED your resting heart rate is so high; with serious athletes it's usually VERY low but it might be a compensation for the lowish ejection fraction...not sure.
I'd like to see a picture of those guns that don't fit into an extra large cuff!
but alas, the board doesn't allow it
(I think your weight is too high for good health in spite of your being hugely muscled, but I understand the demands of body-building competitions...super-big gets rewards!)
Oh, that bisopropolol is what's causing your draggy workouts...it's a beta-blocker which is antithetical to good exercise!