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Nov
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comment Seated shoulder press vs standing press
@Kate No, you might not have any problems with the exercise, therefore it is probably better for you to do the standing version as it requires more muscle activity to perform (due to stabilization). For others having problems, the seated variation may be a better choice. Especially if one has extension based back problems. I hope this clarifies my answer.
Nov
17
answered Seated shoulder press vs standing press
Nov
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Nov
13
comment Deadlifts and squats with hyperlordosis?
Ah, so sorry. I am kind of new to StackExchange. Here is a picture of what I was talking about: improvewithchris.com/Upper%20Crossed%20Syndrome.png
Nov
13
answered Deadlifts and squats with hyperlordosis?