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    I'd say you worked the 70% as it should've worked...

    I'd say you worked the 70% as it should've worked out, failing in the 8-10 range. If you are going for a full 16 reps you'll have to lower the weight % to hit the rep number you want. On some of...
  • If the problem is occurring due to overworking...

    If the problem is occurring due to overworking your knee, then back off to a max of two days per week. Heavy anything for legs is going to put stress on the knee. Good luck.
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    Ditto. Running shoes not the best for squats. ...

    Ditto. Running shoes not the best for squats. I'll also second the need to sit into the movement rather than just dropping into it. It also looked like you may be leading with the right leg as you...
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    For a beginner an inch or two in a year is...

    For a beginner an inch or two in a year is totally possible. And you can def train both on the same day. Keep in mind that training is only part of the equation and nutrition and rest play...
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    Fairly new to training or posting on this forum? ...

    Fairly new to training or posting on this forum? If you have been training for a while on the same regimen, changing up exercises or adding in a couple extra sets or maybe drop sets / supersets can...
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    Sounds like you are mixing Stiff Leg Deadlifts...

    Sounds like you are mixing Stiff Leg Deadlifts and Standard Deadlifts. Def check the sticky and maybe the Liftrite article http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/liftrite1.htm (with video)
  • Thread: V cut Triceps

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    Directly - deadlift and rack pulls. Indirectly -...

    Directly - deadlift and rack pulls. Indirectly - any heavy unsupported rowing (T row, Bar row, Cable row etc).
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tCsyyC5E7M8 We...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tCsyyC5E7M8

    We do these on the lat pulldown and use a rope attachment held behind the head as assistance/guide to get full sets.
  • I set up in similar fashion, dumbbells held tight...

    I set up in similar fashion, dumbbells held tight to abs and lay back completely before allowing the dumbbells to drift back to my start position. My spine pops at least once every chest day while...
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    Ditto on above. Hands should really be no closer...

    Ditto on above. Hands should really be no closer than just inside shoulder width. Keep elbows in tight and bring the bar to just below the nipple line, pressing up in an arch to finish over the...
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    Products like X3 are designed to be taken...

    Products like X3 are designed to be taken directly after the workout. It's not only creatine but a blend with added carbs to assist uptake and refuel. The 8g dose is plenty for a daily dose and...
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    Check your workout regimen for level of volume on...

    Check your workout regimen for level of volume on arm training and the type of workouts you are doing. Make sure that the workout style is overall conducive to adding size and is not just a strength...
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    Because you are 15. You still got a while for...

    Because you are 15. You still got a while for muscle maturity. Aside from that, different folks have varied muscle attachment. Give it some time and results will happen if you keep puttin in the...
  • Are you rounding your back while doing front...

    Are you rounding your back while doing front squats or trying to cradle the bar in elbows rather than across the delts?
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    @ OP - There are as many opinions on rep range...

    @ OP - There are as many opinions on rep range and rep speed as there are folks working out. A standard pyramid like you have switched to is pretty common and can yield results, esp for beginning...
  • It may not be a problem generated by lifting. ...

    It may not be a problem generated by lifting. More often than not hunching the shoulders is caused by daily activities which lead to poor posture. Generally altering your lifting can help remedy...
  • Thread: Please help

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    As above stated, lowering the seat will move the...

    As above stated, lowering the seat will move the stress upward. Also called a "neck press". Seat will need to be low enough that the grip axis is just above the shoulder line rather than at the...
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    With using heavier weights on pressdowns, you...

    With using heavier weights on pressdowns, you probably are going to feel some chest activation toward the end of your sets since it comes into play stabilizing your upper arms. If you are really...
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    Should be OK for gradual weight loss. If you are...

    Should be OK for gradual weight loss. If you are wanting to lose faster, try a version of HIIT or Tabata. Diet (macros) needs to be correct for fat loss, esp if you are trying to conserve muscle. ...
  • First, it's a cheat curl in the Kali vid. No...

    First, it's a cheat curl in the Kali vid. No doubt he could do 225 with more strict form. Second, not so sure about the weak triceps. The guy benches well over 500. If you are comparing exercises...
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