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The Rippetoe video is fairly comprehensive, and I use it as the basis of my setup. The bar should feel almost like it's locked into your back when you find the spot. When you squeeze the shoulders together and get the bar in the right spot, there's sort of a groove that forms (or will form after some delt development). I take my grip, squeeze my shoulders ...


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This schedule looks pretty good! On the SL site he discusses how to break up rest when adding in intense cardio here. Assuming your core days are not too much, everything looks in order, though I'm a little curious about what that work consists of. Your core strength will be tremendously increased if you follow the SL plan with correct form. Just don't wear ...


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Here's what I do and why: (Note: some links are down below due to low reputation. Sorry for the inconvenience.) Cardio - I do HIIT directly after my SL workout (1). This approach--along with details on sustained, moderate-intensity cardio--is outlined on the StrongLifts site (2). If I start to hit walls with my strength, I will switch to sustained, ...


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pass, Since your goal is to develop functional strength, StrongLifts is a great program for that. To get the best of StrongLifts, it's recommended to perform them 3 times a week. One of the reasons is because since you're starting with a low weight (empty bar), it would take a longer time for you to start lifting heavy weights. Since core days are recovery ...


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I have the same pain but not from lifting the barbel but by sitting all day and eating. I'm 54 years old my weight is 100 lb. I google the symptom and pain I believe this atrial hernia please google it. And the best also is that to remove the pain is to drink 2 warm glass of water ands do the squat like they do in the army straight your back and count to up ...


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Some tips for Rowing Exercises Have your back fully arced and shoulder blades pinned back as far as you can. There should not be any flexion in your back when you lift whether it is Rows, Squats, or Deadlift Limit your Bicep involvement in back exercises. Hold the weight with just your fingers and NOT in your palms. Do not fully extend your arms to the ...


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Bent over rows are not bad for your back when you are used to handling the weight. However, when your bent over row (AKA Pendlay Row) is pretty close to your deadlift weight, as happens on SL5x5, then it's hard to balance it all out. For example, I'm an over 500 lbs deadlifter and can comfortably row 200 lbs for reps. Get too much over that and and I'm ...



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