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    I would research Yuri Verkhoshansky's work on...

    I would research Yuri Verkhoshansky's work on plyometrics "shock method" training.
    You should also be thinking hip extension along with "core"and legs.
    Many muscles work together in a sequence to...
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    Check the post in the exercise section this.

    Check the post in the exercise section this.
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    The one thing i liked leg extensions for is...

    The one thing i liked leg extensions for is holding and contracting especially before a show.
    Going heavy and sloppy is a recipe for knee disaster IMO.
    These days i like pulling a sled walking...
  • No it's not an accurate way. It will vary from...

    No it's not an accurate way.
    It will vary from lifter to lifter and maybe from lift to lift..
    I might use it to give me a rough estimate and for the most part it gives me a within 10 lb max more or...
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    Agreed,you have to know how to train without a...

    Agreed,you have to know how to train without a belt to begin with.
    You need to pressurize your diaphragm using the valsalva maneuver so it's a more safer movement on what your doing.
    When you use...
  • You can direct the stress more in a certain area...

    You can direct the stress more in a certain area but not isolate it.
    For outer and lower areas try the Vince Gironda bar dip.
    Basically an elbow out bar dip chin on the chest,upper body curled.
    Do...
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    Powerlifter Paul Carter is a big proponent of...

    Powerlifter Paul Carter is a big proponent of beltless lifting with the squat and deadlift.
    You have to take beltless lifting as kind of a different but same lift.
    Harder to get as tight than when...
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    No. There is scientific evidence that working an...

    No.
    There is scientific evidence that working an uninjured limb has effect on the "injured limb".
    Do a search.
    Im not sure if it would work for you if you have nerve damage on your right side but...
  • In the powerlifting world this is called...

    In the powerlifting world this is called specializing on a lift.
    There are many bench specialists out there who mainly work on getting a big bench press.
    Fewer deadlift specialists.
    There is no...
  • I took some training sessions in the late 90's...

    I took some training sessions in the late 90's with Mike at Gold's gym to learn and understand his training method HIT.
    You have to remember that the one set did not count warm ups to the working...
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    Start easy and move into more difficult slowly...

    Start easy and move into more difficult slowly but progressively.
    There are no special routines.
    Moving everyday in someway is the best thing to start out.
    Hiking,biking or swimming are great to...
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    You probably could but if you do them like me the...

    You probably could but if you do them like me the next day they are pretty trashed.
    I would suggest 2-3 days a week for each mixing exercises and set rep schemes.
  • My former training partner has a book just out...

    My former training partner has a book just out called Bodybuilding 101 by John Heart that you should check out.
    John is the WNBF 2013 Mr America.
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    I think they will help you stay in some kind of...

    I think they will help you stay in some kind of shape but not build you like a bodybuilder.
    How about a pulp bar that fits in a door way frame?
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    There are no written rules of what you can and...

    There are no written rules of what you can and can't do.
    You should experiment and give it a try to see if it works for you but use some logic in your approach.
    I would give it three months at...
  • Answer is no. Front raises don't work all the...

    Answer is no.
    Front raises don't work all the same muscles as the overhead presses.
    Overhead presses involve many other muscles working together,triceps,back,traps,which makes it a good compound...
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    Oly shoes with a heel if your a narrow stance...

    Oly shoes with a heel if your a narrow stance quad dominated squatter and on all only lifts.
    Some strong man competitors use them for certain events.
    Pretty much everything else a flat non spongey...
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    One teen that i know of named Kevin Bussi. He...

    One teen that i know of named Kevin Bussi.
    He was a freak of grip strength.
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    Thats your genetics and you have to live with it...

    Thats your genetics and you have to live with it and not worry to much about it if your bodybuilding.
    Look at a guy like Tom Platz he spent his whole career trying to balance out his physique from...
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    My bread and butter for quads in my competitive...

    My bread and butter for quads in my competitive days were front squats,hack squat and leg extensions.
    I did do leg presses and back squats but those i mentioned really targeted the quads for me.
    ...
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