Anybody tried those? Here's a video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AzmdRLwI4A0
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Not sure how that variation would help. I sometimes bring the weight in when it's getting heavy the last couple reps. Probably can't hurt you and if you try it and like it go for it I guess.Founder of the University of Wisconsin Bodybuilding Club
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Those exercises are great if you adhere to control (which you should anyways.) It is just a coincidence that the curling looks like a chaotic composite lift but in reality its showing the stretch that can be achieved.
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08-23-2009, 04:48 AM #16
Curl seems very taking for SI joint.
Personally, based on my exp with injuries - do the basic exercies wit right form and results will come.