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  • Yup I feel ya, just commented on your journal

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    • Form Input --- gimme some input on Squat form from yesterday's routine. I think it looks pretty good

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      • Nice workout today. The squat form looks good, maybe with a wider stance you could go an inch lower or so.

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        • Cool, I'll keep that in mind for next Monday. Thx!

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          • Question on Standing BB Press - Behind The Neck.

            Do you guys think this is a good mass building exercise for the shoulders? I'm having a hard time gaining on reps & weight
            and don't really ever feel a good pump or soreness in the delts. Thinking about keeping the press but doing it in the front
            and not behind the neck.

            If not what would you suggest? I prefer free weights.

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            • Originally posted by AKSChopper View Post
              Question on Standing BB Press - Behind The Neck.

              Do you guys think this is a good mass building exercise for the shoulders? If not what would you suggest? I prefer free weights.
              I wouldnt suggest it unless your confident in your rotator cuffs. High reps only, and dont take it lower than ear level, and level a quarter of the ROM off at the top, not full lockout. Keep the tension on and reduce the weight youre using.


              For your squats, you need to learn how to sit into it, as if your putting your ass in a low chair. Widen the stance, and practice a LOT. Stretch your hips and groin, so your depth isnt limited by your flexibility.
              Turn the other cheek and I'll break your fucking chin.

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              • By leg drive, I just mean popping the legs to get the weight up. Its a great way to overload the shoulders.
                Turn the other cheek and I'll break your fucking chin.

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                • Originally posted by chasebny View Post
                  I wouldnt suggest it unless your confident in your rotator cuffs. High reps only, and dont take it lower than ear level, and level a quarter of the ROM off at the top, not full lockout. Keep the tension on and reduce the weight youre using.


                  For your squats, you need to learn how to sit into it, as if your putting your ass in a low chair. Widen the stance, and practice a LOT. Stretch your hips and groin, so your depth isnt limited by your flexibility.
                  Makes sense about the Behind The Neck press, never had a rotator cuff issue before, but might just change out to pressing in the front.

                  Thx for the squat input - next time around I'll widen my stance and go lower.

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                  • Originally posted by chasebny View Post
                    By leg drive, I just mean popping the legs to get the weight up. Its a great way to overload the shoulders.
                    Gotcha

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                    • Originally posted by AKSChopper View Post
                      Makes sense about the Behind The Neck press, never had a rotator cuff issue before, but might just change out to pressing in the front.

                      Thx for the squat input - next time around I'll widen my stance and go lower.
                      My gym has three step platforms and I used to use one when I squatted. It sat perfectly at parallel. I would go until I touched it then back up. Sometimes, I would go lighter, touch and pause then go back up. Another thing I've done before is squat down normal then go up and down three times (about 10") in the bottom position then back up. It's a deep burn so be careful.

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                      • 10/7/2009

                        Abs/Cardio

                        Abs:
                        V-Crunches: 3xMax
                        Flutter Kicks: 3xMax
                        Oblique Crunches: 3xMax(Each Side)

                        Cardio:
                        Treadmill: 20 minutes/4 degree incline/1.2 miles/155 cals

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                        • what up homie??

                          nice cardio and ab work!!!

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                          • Nice to see someone is doing cardio and abs! I'm !

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                            • Originally posted by AKSChopper View Post
                              Question on Standing BB Press - Behind The Neck.

                              Do you guys think this is a good mass building exercise for the shoulders? I'm having a hard time gaining on reps & weight
                              and don't really ever feel a good pump or soreness in the delts. Thinking about keeping the press but doing it in the front
                              and not behind the neck.

                              If not what would you suggest? I prefer free weights.
                              As a specialist of body movement, i give you my advice !

                              Standing millitary press to the front and to the neck work basically the same muscle. One can result in serious injury to your neck and scapula muscle. The other is perfectly safe, providing you keep your elbows directly to the ground and not behing you.



                              It's much safer and as effective to the front. Nice form on squat by the way.

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                              • Originally posted by BIG BRI View Post
                                what up homie??

                                nice cardio and ab work!!!
                                Not much bro, just living, last day at work until Vacation! I'm off until next Tuesday

                                Originally posted by KhmerMuscle View Post
                                Nice to see someone is doing cardio and abs! I'm !
                                Yeah man gotta do it!



                                Originally posted by KINic View Post
                                As a specialist of body movement, i give you my advice !

                                Standing millitary press to the front and to the neck work basically the same muscle. One can result in serious injury to your neck and scapula muscle. The other is perfectly safe, providing you keep your elbows directly to the ground and not behing you.



                                It's much safer and as effective to the front. Nice form on squat by the way.
                                Thx for the input, I'm scrapping the behind the neck press

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