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    I can do the exact movement demonstrated here...

    I can do the exact movement demonstrated here (from 40 to 44 seconds)
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    with dumbbells, except that the front position is a neutral grip which rotates into a pronated grip in the rear....
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    I had to google 'Bradford presses'. I tried them...

    I had to google 'Bradford presses'. I tried them with dumbbells and it's a keeper!

    Thanks. :)
  • I'm interested. What does cardiac therapy entail?

    I'm interested. What does cardiac therapy entail?
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  • I have the Sport 5.0s and the 90 lb Sport EXPs. I...

    I have the Sport 5.0s and the 90 lb Sport EXPs. I use them both every workout and I'd love to have a pair of IronMasters, too. Currently, for anything over 90 lbs, I use these guys:
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  • Fixed. :)

    Fixed. :)
  • Just curious as to how many weight changes you...

    Just curious as to how many weight changes you have to do in a workout. I average around 20 different poundages per workout. I ****ing love my PowerBlocks! :)
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    Yay, the Christmas Music Thread! Yay! :) ...

    Yay, the Christmas Music Thread! Yay! :)

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    Poll: If you do pullovers correctly, 70 lbs is very...

    If you do pullovers correctly, 70 lbs is very decent. The exercise was born for slow eccentrics with isometric holds. :)
  • You're completely wrong. I've been checking out...

    You're completely wrong. I've been checking out PowerBlocks since they first came out in the 90s. When I picked up a pair of the Sport EXPs, I bought them. They are better balanced than all their...
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    Instead of adding weight, slow down the...

    Instead of adding weight, slow down the eccentrics to around 5 seconds. When you hit your rep goal like that, add pauses in the hole. Breath. When you again hit your rep goal, add weight.
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    Yes, he is altered when he's off the stuff we're...

    Yes, he is altered when he's off the stuff we're not allowed to talk about on the forum. I could understand the naivety if you were a teenager, maybe.
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    Poll: Love the stand!

    Love the stand!
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    + 2,045 = 1,225,202

    + 2,045 = 1,225,202
  • re: "Y'all Ever Leave A Job Before You Have...

    re: "Y'all Ever Leave A Job Before You Have Another One Lined Up?"

    Many times.
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    I've heard some do a rep or two @ 10% heavier...

    I've heard some do a rep or two @ 10% heavier than their work set weight and that it makes the working weight feel lighter. Anyways, successful bodybuilders do quite a lot that they don't admit to. :)
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  • An Upper/Lower split with a daily undulating...

    An Upper/Lower split with a daily undulating periodization set/rep scheme and a Reverse Pyramid type warm up, between 4-6 times each week with explosive as possible concentrics and slow eccentrics...
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