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    Share your personal favourite workout excercises

    Curious to see what everyone prefers given the multitude of excercises out there

    Triceps - Tricep cable pull downs, one handed and two handed.

    Biceps - Favouring the hammer curl at the moment due to how it hits the anconious and forearm muscle although have been struggling to get a proper burn with the hammer curl, or standing barbell curls. Have some success with preacher curls. Keen for other ideas to hit the biceps hard? my biceps seem to just flatten and die when i've done a certain amount instead of burning and straining.

    Chest - Dumb bell press, cable flyes, butterflys

    Back - Lat pull down, upright rows, seated rows

    Shoulders - Seated upright row, lateral raises
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    Chest - low incline DB

    Delts - seated DB press/ lying cuff laterals

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    Bench press #1 cuz I'm pretty good at it and upper body rules.
    Deadlift #2 cuz I get to pick up a lot of weight and I'm ok at it.
    Squats #3 to round out the big 3 but I'm not so good at it.

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    Dumbbell rows cuz I feel badass loading sandbags to the 100 lb dumbbells to increase the weight
    Bicep curls cuz biceps are the most important muscle (duh) and I do them strict with 25 lb dumbbells to confuse people watching me
    Barbell hack squats cuz no one else ever does them and I feel like a special snowflake
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    If I could only pick one favorite exercise, i'd say mine is farmer's walks. Four reasons for that: I can get some cardio in, my whole body is activated and challenged during the lifting, and it's an activity I have to do during the day anyway when i'm running errands. I also like that you're not "locked out" of beginning it - meaning you can start with a lower weight and build it up as you're ready. Unlike with something like a pull up, you already have to be strong enough to start doing them unless assisted in some way. It can be tailored to the level you're at as a person, and I love that.
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    Lower body: Back BB squats; pistol squats

    Upper body: OV barbel presses; OV DB presses;
    upright rows......Back day is hard AF lately, but learning to like it again, hopefully soon...

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    I see 'snatch grip RDLs' a couple of times on the thread. What's the deal with the grip?
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    Chest- Flat Dumbell
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    Cleans.

    In regard to 'snatch grip RDL', it's an RDL with a wide grip (i.e. grip the bar as if you're going to snatch it).
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    Originally Posted by StinkingDylan View Post
    Cleans.

    In regard to 'snatch grip RDL', it's an RDL with a wide grip (i.e. grip the bar as if you're going to snatch it).
    I know what it is. I'm asking for an explanation of why that grip is used.
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    One of my current favorite shoulder exercises is a seated Arnold press.
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    Originally Posted by supramax View Post
    I know what it is. I'm asking for an explanation of why that grip is used.
    Ah, was going to ask the same! =D

    At a guess, many weight lifters do not like performing deadlifts due to it encouraging different pathways than the clean and snatch setup, hence when pulling from the ground they usually do either clean pull or snatch pull, rather than a conventional deadlift. Maybe the same idea with the RDL...?
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    Ah, was going to ask the same! =D

    At a guess, many weight lifters do not like performing deadlifts due to it encouraging different pathways than the clean and snatch setup, hence when pulling from the ground they usually do either clean pull or snatch pull, rather than a conventional deadlift. Maybe the same idea with the RDL...?
    I guess it's possible, but I don't know. Wolf lists conventional and stiff leg deads along with snatch grip RDLs.
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    One of my current favorite shoulder exercises is a seated Arnold press.
    The rotating press is one of my favourites, too. I do it standing and every rep follows a strict clean. When the weight gets too heavy for strict, it evolves into this: https://www.t-nation.com/training/ti...old-push-press
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    I know what it is. I'm asking for an explanation of why that grip is used.
    It's a great way to put more demand on your upper back and lats. Legit one of my favorite lifts.
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    I guess it's possible, but I don't know. Wolf lists conventional and stiff leg deads along with snatch grip RDLs.
    Hard to explain until you do it, it annihilates Upper back and traps for me
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    BB seal row,
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    Dual handle lat pulldown.

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    It's a great way to put more demand on your upper back and lats. Legit one of my favorite lifts.
    Originally Posted by WolfRose7 View Post
    Hard to explain until you do it, it annihilates Upper back and traps for me
    Very interesting. Thank you, guys.
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    Lateral raises. I do them old school going really high and wide, i feel it activates my shoulders the most.
    Always have people compliment me on my shoulders. Feels good. Gives me a massive pump too and makes me look wider.

    Also chest flies. Going as deep and low as possible, then bringing them up leaving a 12 inch gap at the top to train the outter chest.
    No chest exercise gave me more results. Finally got a wider chest and muscle underneath my armpits, where it used to be completely flat.

    And even though it's not an exercise, i freaking love supersetting biceps with triceps. Brb shaving off time in the gym, brb massive pump.
    Arms feel like they're bout to explode.
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    Lateral raises. I do them old school going really high and wide, i feel it activates my shoulders the most.
    Always have people compliment me on my shoulders. Feels good. Gives me a massive pump too and makes me look wider.

    Also chest flies. Going as deep and low as possible, then bringing them up leaving a 12 inch gap at the top to train the outter chest.
    No chest exercise gave me more results. Finally got a wider chest and muscle underneath my armpits, where it used to be completely flat.

    And even though it's not an exercise, i freaking love supersetting biceps with triceps. Brb shaving off time in the gym, brb massive pump.
    Arms feel like they're bout to explode.
    Das it.
    curious, any video of such an execution?
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    Some of the undervalued exercises in my opinion...

    > incline tricep extensions. setup is like skull crushers. single dumbell overhead. allows for max engagement of the inside of the tricep.
    > bent over rows; underhand grip. mind-muscle connection to those mid back muscles is unparalleled.
    > dips. chest, tris, and a little core all in one.
    > walking lunges. works every muscle in the leg and recruits all the muscles you use to transition from one leg to the other during running or everyday walking which means it has huge, practical benefits in my opinion.
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    ... walking lunges. works every muscle in the leg and recruits all the muscles you use to transition from one leg to the other during running or everyday walking which means it has huge, practical benefits in my opinion.
    I agree. Where do you place them in a workout? Sets and reps? How do you figure out a poundage?
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    Everything exercise that I do is a favourite. I recently added RENEGADE ROWS to replace inverted rows. Since I used to do one arm dumbbell rows with 75 lbs, I figured that was a good starting weight. The dumbbells were glued to the ground. It's a humbling exercise and an ass kicking exercise.

    P.S. I really would like to read something about walking lunges from someone that actually does them. I've tried countless times to add them to my workouts. Also, is there a counter movement?
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    Originally Posted by supramax View Post
    Everything exercise that I do is a favourite. I recently added RENEGADE ROWS to replace inverted rows. Since I used to do one arm dumbbell rows with 75 lbs, I figured that was a good starting weight. The dumbbells were glue to the ground. It's a humbling exercise and an ass kicking exercise.

    P.S. I really would like to read something about walking lunges from someone that actually does them. I've tried countless times to add them to my workouts. Also, is there a counter movement?
    Would have to be handstand walking really wouldnt it
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