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It's likely all the bench-pressing that you're doing. Too much volume: 10x10 is a very high-volume program. Most lifters stick to around 3x10 or 4x8 for hypertrophy. It also might be a muscle imbalance. Your pectorals are stronger than your back-muscles, and it's screwing with the (very complicated) structures in your shoulders. Take a break from ...


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I think there's many reasons: Some likely do leg work but perhaps run a split routine and leg day is a day you're not in the gym. Some may do a leg intensive sport and working the upper body in the gym is a way to compensate On the other hand some may do an upper body intensive sport and so legs just aren't a goal for them Finally there will be some ...


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Many reasons, primarily because leg muscles aren't as visible and often not considered as important aestetically. This is the same reason people don't workout their back enough. Of course, in the long run, doing arms and chest will make you look silly and it will be obvious that you aren't really strong. Some people also think that because they ride their ...


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Already been said but: 1-8 Reps Strength Training 9-12 Reps Hypertrophy Training <--- You want to be here... 12-15 Reps Stamina Training` Basically any kind of progression weight-wise using a hypertrophy rep range will gradually develop your shoulders to how you want them. Shouldn't really have to do this for you (Should use your initiative) ...


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If you're doing this, stop it immediately. You WILL hurt yourself. Muscle gains are made by doing movements with physical resistance (weights). We need to break down the muscle fibers through intense exertion, and then our nutrition and rest make sure they're built back up, stronger and bigger. Arm circles have no resistance besides air resistance, and the ...


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NO. You need a lot more resistance to grow your delts, the kind of resistance that won't allow you to do 60k reps, or even 60.



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