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I am not proficient in good mornings, but I would urge caution with a 5-10lb linear progression and 3-sets-of-5 rep scheme with this exercise. Many lifters consider good mornings as something to use perfect form and moderate weight with, not to challenge yourself with at near-maximal weights. Per Rippetoe and Kilgore's Starting Strength 2nd edition, page ...


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When I was shooting in college, improving archery stamina involved a lot of shooting and something we called SPT or Specific Physical training. There's not much to increasing shooting capacity. You need to shoot a lot. A standard FITA is 144 arrows + warm up + maybe sighting rounds. So practice for competition should included at least 200 arrows as often as ...


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I suggests grip training (crushing, gripping, pinching ...), forearm training, climbing and hard physical labor. Some scientific researches have found that competitive climbers hands have thicker and denser bones, muscles and tendons. That is due to the body adaptation to externals stimuli. In the same way woodworkers, lumberjacks, smiths and many hard ...


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I'm no expert, but in lieu of one, what I do for interval training is to warm up for about three tenths of a mile, then alternate sprinting and jogging/walking each tenth of a mile for two or three miles, 20 or 30 minutes. That seems to help me a lot. For your format: 1) Session length: 20-30 minutes of interval sprinting on level terrain 2) Equal ...


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As noted in the comments, increasing your Theraband repetitions and doing more archery will both be beneficial in strengthening your upper lats. To supplement this training, however, I recommend incorporating weighted exercises as well. Using the adjustable tricep pulldown machine found at many gyms, you can set up an exercise which closely mimics that of ...


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"Functional" is a word without a strict definition, according to the accepted answer for the Question "Are functional movement exercises healthy to do everyday?". It's a great answer. Over here in Germany, it's just one of many buzzwords created by the fitness industry. The word's usage a bit like "holistic" - anything can be "holistic" these days. Aside ...



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