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    You just noted to stay away from abdominal...

    You just noted to stay away from abdominal exercises that involve psoas activation..if your psoas are overactive you have core stability "issues" already.
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    Target transverse abdominals. Start with knee...

    Target transverse abdominals. Start with knee planks holding a posterior pelvic tilt and breathing..progress to regular planks if you can keep your back from hyperextending. Kneeling ball raises...
  • Cobras, ball Cobras. Both thumbs up and down....

    Cobras, ball Cobras. Both thumbs up and down. Relax traps. 45* lateral raises with thumbs down (relax traps, use posterior delts to raise arm at a 45* anterior angle). Voyeur shrugs.
  • Train transverse abdominals to prevent lower back...

    Train transverse abdominals to prevent lower back re injury. Stretch\smr lower back, psoas and quads
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    Irrelevant question? Ill go ahead and call you a...

    Irrelevant question? Ill go ahead and call you a ****tard/cheesedick for asking just as everyone else has called me in this thread for posting precisely correct information.
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    Anyone with an excessive anterior pelvic tilt...

    Anyone with an excessive anterior pelvic tilt will feel the exercise in their lower back. The lower back should only stabilize the spine in this movement, it should be held in extention the entire...
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    Never.....

    Never.....
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    /end thread? You don't have knowledge of anything...

    /end thread? You don't have knowledge of anything I am attempting to proclaim.
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    Yeah and I'm in my second year of my D.P.T....

    Yeah and I'm in my second year of my D.P.T. Deadlifts will hit your lower back/quads mainly if you have pelvic movement dysfunction (lower crossed syndrome). If you have good posture it is a...
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    To fix this you will not only have to work...

    To fix this you will not only have to work specific muscles (mainly lower trapezius, posterior deltoids, TRANSVERSE abdominis), but also inhibit and stretch the overactive muscles that are pulling...
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    Deadlifts are not intended to target your lower...

    Deadlifts are not intended to target your lower back. If you have lower crossed syndrome this movement (along with squats) will be very difficult to do right until you fix your dysfunction/posture.
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    Work on your posture muscles. Put plates under...

    Work on your posture muscles.
    Put plates under your heels and do squats. Prollem solved (temporarily, until your hips get more flexible). Look under injury recovery/prevention stickies for posture...
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    Yeah, never take correct advise from someone who...

    Yeah, never take correct advise from someone who has actually fixed all their muscle imbalances (hip extensibilitt, lcs, ucs, and cervical spine impairment) and jointto dysfunction using the...
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    I understand what your saying but look at someone...

    I understand what your saying but look at someone with bad posture and imagine if their heels were under plates. Hell do the movement yourself. You can tell especially with someone that has bad hip...
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    Don't know how to explain the physiology exactly,...

    Don't know how to explain the physiology exactly, but it relieves most pressure from the quadriceps and throws it to the glutes in a squat from the positioning. You can go parallel or even past with...
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    Try goblet squats with heels on plates and...

    Try goblet squats with heels on plates and barbell squats with your heels on plates. It will pull things back into place faster than bodyweight squats
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    You need to foam roll and stretch to release the...

    You need to foam roll and stretch to release the tight muscles too. Injury prevention section posture correction sticky.
  • "Lagging", compared to what? The average idiot...

    "Lagging", compared to what? The average idiot that does fifteen dropsets of curls or triceps extensions in his 3x/week workout?

    Compound movements will get you where you want to be if your doing...
  • I admire your flexibility. I watched twice to...

    I admire your flexibility. I watched twice to make sure you didn't go on your tippy toes.
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    Strengthen your glutes. Correct your muscle...

    Strengthen your glutes. Correct your muscle imbalances and posture . You would have been 500x better off just doing squats.
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