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I know its not respected when guys only train certain parts. But really, these are the parts that need to catch up so I was wondering your guys' thoughts on this
All that seems to grow is my back and delts. Maybe if I wasn't training them the rest of my body would improve :confused:
it's like a barbell front delt raise, except you raise the barbell all the way over head.
so do a barbell front raise and extend all the way up until overhead starting from front/waist finish over head. if it's an actual exercise, what is the name of it?
also isn't this exercise a pretty good...
Hi All -
am looking at getting a power rack with the cable cross over add-on ....am thinking ...if i were just to get a rack ...could i use band pegs and bands to 'substitute' the need for the extra $ on the cable cross over addition ?
what are your thoughts ?
This weeks topic: Deltoid Training
· What are your thoughts and guidelines on training delts?
· What do you do for delts?
· What do you think most people do incorrectly when training delts?
· Any other questions/comments regarding the topic.
Which exercises and techniques do you use to balance out your anterior and posterior shoulders/delts?
Too many dudes focus on the anterior (eg presses, flyes), not enough on the posterior (eg rows, reverse flyes).
What lengths do YOU go to to ensure your shoulder gets worked out evenly across...
Dropped in for a look this morning since I am off work today.
Only took me 10 minutes to work out that I won't be back here for a while, still the same mentally challanged people sprouting the same BS and arguing that the sky looks red, when everyone can clearly see the blue. I feel sorry for...
Obscure or uncommon exercises
What obscure or uncommon movements have you found that have helped you reach your goals?
How did you incorporate them into your training as a main or assistance movement?
Feel free to ask other training and programming related questions as well, as the...
Thought some might be interested in Palumboism. I first read about this disease about 5-6 years ago and it stuck in my head, esp Greg Kovacs and Dave Palumbo. This post from getbig probably explains it best in layman's terms.
What is Palumboism or Palumbism ...