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  • Traps and rhomboids are getting direct work in...

    Traps and rhomboids are getting direct work in being the fulcrum between your arms and body. Without the lat spread your spine has a much harder time of being neutral, but that might have more to do...
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  • Workouts can typically have around 2 main lifts...

    Workouts can typically have around 2 main lifts for the back to cover more comprehensive posterior muscles. It's the same type of deal for your chest pressing, but it's more a matter of strength and...
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    We have to stop calling them cowards. What they...

    We have to stop calling them cowards. What they did took a lot of planning and guts and has changed the way we view things.
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    Pete Mitchell's pretty interesting because he's...

    Pete Mitchell's pretty interesting because he's somewhat under spoken as a Tom Cruise character, but makes up for it with his actions.
  • It’s good to learn so you can avoid using your...

    It’s good to learn so you can avoid using your abs to stabilize your leg drive when they need to balance the pull from your traps.
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    Also it's possible to over exert other muscles,...

    Also it's possible to over exert other muscles, like around at the elbows or something.

    All and all, I've always felt like I've had to think for a moment to make sense of the feeling in the chest...
  • Whatever you do regularly and consistently your...

    Whatever you do regularly and consistently your body will adapt to. Big obstacles have to do with developing your workout pace rationally and also having rational expectations of...
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    Oh, yeah. Right. Anyways, I saw it and I...

    Oh, yeah. Right.

    Anyways, I saw it and I thought it was pretty good.
  • There isn’t any risk of muscle atrophy or...

    There isn’t any risk of muscle atrophy or catabolism.
  • Pretty much. Your body first adapts to the...

    Pretty much.

    Your body first adapts to the structure of the workout and the volume adjusts accordingly in the same fashion that you have to condition yourself to do high intensity regularly. That...
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    Given one weight you're working with, there's...

    Given one weight you're working with, there's probably an optimal speed at which you force the bar up and get the most reps. Faster or slower will start to wain your rep count, but will respectively...
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    Your running form is off and it develops systemic...

    Your running form is off and it develops systemic problems. Depending on your stature, you might be more suited towards either shorter and faster runs, longer and slower runs, or a condition of both...
  • What's technically required for hypertrophy isn't...

    What's technically required for hypertrophy isn't necessarily what's most beneficial for hypertrophy done by itself. 8-12 sets per week at a certain intensity, dialed in right to both enhance your...
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    You mean that military propaganda piece?

    You mean that military propaganda piece?
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    I thought he was the King of Rock, and I guess...

    I thought he was the King of Rock, and I guess it'd be fitting to mean rock as a catch all term for high-engagement music.
  • Schedule regular time to go to the park to do...

    Schedule regular time to go to the park to do your pullups and whatever else you feel like doing to make use of your excursion.

    Do air squats and pushups at home with the intent of becoming more...
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    Ironic his daughter married th king of pop.

    Ironic his daughter married th king of pop.
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    Well it's a crunch in the same sense that a...

    Well it's a crunch in the same sense that a deadlift is a back extension. The lats play an integral part of core strength channeled from the whole trapezius and out and back through the arms....
  • Your setup depends on an articulated spine from...

    Your setup depends on an articulated spine from the neck to the hips. Closing the slack on the lower end helps for potentially lagging hip engagement, but it’s more crucially a top end issue for...
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