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    There isn't much you can do. Pull downs =...

    There isn't much you can do. Pull downs = shoulder adduction, and there isn't much shoulder adduction exercises you can do. My suggestion is to either do a horizontal abduction exercise, or a...
  • Thread: Knee pain

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    Rest, ice it if it flares up again. Do some...

    Rest, ice it if it flares up again. Do some light stretching on the Quadriceps when you feel it's safe to.
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    Keeps eyes focused on an area, and make sure all...

    Keeps eyes focused on an area, and make sure all your weight is on your HEELS when squatting. Emphasize sticking the butt out, and you should be fine!
  • Chronic Tendonitis is an overuse injury - you...

    Chronic Tendonitis is an overuse injury - you need to simply let it rest and minimize the amount of scar tissue that forms. Ice it on days that you think it may flare up (chest/bicep days). Heat it...
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    Sounds like a mild strain. If it flares up...

    Sounds like a mild strain. If it flares up again, try to ice it to reduce the amount of pain/inflammation. For now, make sure you properly warm up (especially on leg days) and incorporate a lot of...
  • Strengthening the Glutes alone won't be enough to...

    Strengthening the Glutes alone won't be enough to correct Anterior Pelvic Tilt. The main contributor is tight Hip Flexors (specfiically the psoas). Is there any particular reason why you can't...
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    Sounds like it was a subluxation. Could also be...

    Sounds like it was a subluxation. Could also be the tendon of the long head of the biceps jumping over the bicipital groove. Has it been hurting ever since?
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    Tendonitis is an overuse injury - you should...

    Tendonitis is an overuse injury - you should really rest/treat it before you get into a serious workout regime again.

    Ice it when it flares up (post workout), and use heat, or contrast...
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    Sounds like you have a lot to work on. I'd say...

    Sounds like you have a lot to work on.

    I'd say you take a long break from lifting, and mainly focus on stretching. It sounds like you have several different muscle imbalances, and we can't really...
  • I agree with everything you said, BUT the origin...

    I agree with everything you said, BUT the origin DOES NOT always pull on the insertion into it's movement. If the insertion is fixed into place, the origin has the potential to come closer towards...
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    Stretch the chest and internal rotators of the...

    Stretch the chest and internal rotators of the shoulder, strengthen the back muscles and external rotators. Try to stretch after a warm shower to help relax the muscles!
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    Stretch the Piriformis. Start looking for...

    Stretch the Piriformis.

    Start looking for muscle imbalances in your body - the hip connects the upper body with the lower body is should never be neglected. I'd say just focus on stretching now,...
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    Looks like lumbar scoliosis to me. Hopefully...

    Looks like lumbar scoliosis to me. Hopefully it's functional - if it is, you just have to rehab it (stretch left side, strengthen right side).

    To isolate one side, lie face down and raise her...
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    Hanging Leg Raises = isolates the iliopsoas by...

    Hanging Leg Raises = isolates the iliopsoas by the way. So I wouldn't recommend it.
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    You're going to sacrifice injuring yourself and...

    You're going to sacrifice injuring yourself and dealing serious damage just to "isolate" the posterior deltoids a little more? Regardless of the shoulder press, it's abduction of the shoulder joint...
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    What's the benefit of doing it behind the neck?

    What's the benefit of doing it behind the neck?
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    Poll: Full ROM.

    Full ROM.
  • Completely agree with you. Being book smart...

    Completely agree with you.

    Being book smart won't teach you how to build rapport with clients, or teach you how to approach clients.
  • Nothing wrong with doing the 2 year program. I...

    Nothing wrong with doing the 2 year program.

    I graduated from a 2 year Kinesiology/Fitness program last year - and I would NEVER learn that outside from working at a studio, or a gym. The things...
  • Thread: Arm Injury

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    Could be a case of tendonitis. The Biceps...

    Could be a case of tendonitis. The Biceps Brachii has two origins within the shoulder region, and one is fairly deep, and the other one is actually palpable (exactly where you described - between...
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