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    Probably at a high incline.

    Probably at a high incline.
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    Not a fan of Arnold presses or shrugs personally

    Not a fan of Arnold presses or shrugs personally
  • Love it. Love the Ingenuity.

    Love it. Love the Ingenuity.
  • 1.5 hrs of lifting is a lot. What all do you...

    1.5 hrs of lifting is a lot.

    What all do you do in that time?
  • I agree with this. Anything where the lower back...

    I agree with this. Anything where the lower back is at a greater risk I never go to failure. Instead, I stay within 1-2 reps of it.

    Anything else where I don’t have to worry about stabilizing...
  • Sweet thank you. That was a cool study. Maybe...

    Sweet thank you. That was a cool study.

    Maybe I can convince the owner to get a reverse hyper, maybe get rid of that stupid hammer strength ground hammer thing that barely anyone touches….
  • You see that in people where there hips rise too...

    You see that in people where there hips rise too fast, usually before the bar even breaks the ground.
  • Straight legged deadlifts are already a thing....

    Straight legged deadlifts are already a thing. You just don’t see them outside pics of golden era bodybuilders anymore.
  • Not sure but if you look at the picture of the...

    Not sure but if you look at the picture of the person performing it, she looks like she is doing more of a stiff leg deadlift anyway.



    Never used a reverse hyper, so can’t speak to that. I do...
  • You should try to figure why you can’t do those...

    You should try to figure why you can’t do those exercises without pain (more likely just mild discomfort).
  • A case for the loaded back extensions (Heisman get in here)

    Found this study comparing back extensions to RDLs (didn’t bother to mention seated back extensions) since those are my two favorite posterior chain exercises.
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    Try neutral grip

    Try neutral grip
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    Deficit stiff leg deadlifts might be the ultimate...

    Deficit stiff leg deadlifts might be the ultimate ass and ham builder, but probably not suited to a novice lifter.

    Don’t get caught up in comparing your lifts. That is a surefire way spin your...
  • The best option would be to get on a proper...

    The best option would be to get on a proper novice program and follow it well. And do what coach says, eat big to lift big.
  • Interesting. Lack of frequency is a likely...

    Interesting. Lack of frequency is a likely culprit as well.
  • adding to this, what does the rest of your...

    adding to this, what does the rest of your routine look like?
  • No, he isn’t wrong. Just didn’t word it vary...

    No, he isn’t wrong. Just didn’t word it vary well. But if your goal is a bigger 1RM, you’re gonna have to spend a good bit of time in 1-4 rep range, and in the 5-12 range to accumulate volume.
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    U wot? I need to try that as soon as possible!

    U wot?

    I need to try that as soon as possible!
  • Personal trainer here and something I’ve...

    Personal trainer here and something I’ve noticed…..most trainers don’t have a single clue as to what they are talking about.

    For one, you should vary your rep ranges. Heavy work, and lighter “back...
  • Pushups are one of those things I feel everyone...

    Pushups are one of those things I feel everyone should do, regardless of how long they have been lifting.
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