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    What does your "back auxiliary" day typically...

    What does your "back auxiliary" day typically consist of? I'd say avoid excessive movements which target the shoulders etc. if you're planning on trying to PR tomorrow. If it's just a regular chest...
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    +1 to using a spotter if needed. That will help...

    +1 to using a spotter if needed. That will help mentally.

    But, the best way is to just slowly increase in resistance weight - building confidence. Are you somewhat new to weightlifting?
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    Are you hitting the core (i.e. abs etc) equally?...

    Are you hitting the core (i.e. abs etc) equally? Don't let an imbalance form over time .
  • Isn't that the British SAS operator that...

    Isn't that the British SAS operator that responded to the Nairobi attack? Probably can wear whatever he wants and be equally successful.
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    No, it's due to shoulder injuries from over a...

    No, it's due to shoulder injuries from over a decade ago. It's just one of the exercises I've had to trial/error out of the routines.
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    Boy, these rant threads don't fill up quite like...

    Boy, these rant threads don't fill up quite like they used to...!
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    I enjoy using a diverse range of...

    I enjoy using a diverse range of equipment...stuff that I wouldn't be able to have in my home unless I had a traveling circus tent gym like the Rock. So, I vote for the gym.
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    Yes.

    Yes.
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    Personally, DB because cables tend to aggravate...

    Personally, DB because cables tend to aggravate my shoulders. But if that wasn't the case...then cable.
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    It's completely fine for the average fitness...

    It's completely fine for the average fitness and/or casual weightlifter.
  • Can you try adding weight - maybe even something...

    Can you try adding weight - maybe even something to lay on your back - for additional resistance?
  • Don't worry about bulking up your waist. Focus on...

    Don't worry about bulking up your waist. Focus on your back, shoulders and chest - broadening this area will allow you to have a great V-taper. Target your core with regular volume.

    For the...
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    If you felt pain, then it isn't recommended to...

    If you felt pain, then it isn't recommended to keep pushing. Rest and ease back into the weight.
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    +1 for the 2005 crew.

    +1 for the 2005 crew.
  • Two months isn't that long. Just ease into...

    Two months isn't that long. Just ease into heavier weights like the person above stated; otherwise, you'll be back in no time.
  • Stick to your routine. If needed, up the volume...

    Stick to your routine. If needed, up the volume and/or intensity during the routine itself. But structure is key.
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    Rounding the lower back is more critical to...

    Rounding the lower back is more critical to avoid. You shouldn't be rounding the upper back too much, but slight rounding is inevitable, particularly at heavy loads.
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    Have you tried approaching the sets/reps...

    Have you tried approaching the sets/reps differently?
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    It can, over time. Particularly if the rest of...

    It can, over time. Particularly if the rest of your factors (diet, sleep, etc) aren't in order and if your actual lifting days are intense.
  • A combination is always best. Each will hit the...

    A combination is always best. Each will hit the lats etc. differently and emphasis particular portions of the muscle groups.
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