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An illustration of your problem: your weight training may improve or worsen the problem. It depends on which exercises you do and how you do them. First thing is you want to "stop" training your chest. That is "stop" doing bench press. When doing bench press use a narrow grip that shifts the load onto the triceps muscles instead. Prefer (...


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can I still have benefits buy training only the right side plus squats? Let's first deal with the question of only training the right side. I would heavily caution against training one side more than the other side. This would be a surefire way to develop muscular imbalances which cause chronic injuries and pain down the line. Training should always be ...


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Front raises are an isolation exercise designed to target the anterior deltoid. Shoulder pressing is a compound exercise which also involves the triceps and lateral deltoids.


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Used to have rounded shoulders, extreme lordosis and nerd neck. Fixed everything just by doing weighted planks for one month. It is counter intuitive but if you study the anatomy of the human back you will understand that the trapezius muscle and the roumboid muscles are among the most important when it comes to holding a plank. Why? In summary, because ...


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First, I'd probably go with a 3 day full body workout, as this workout looks to be more of the advanced bodybuilder workout style. or do a 4 day workout and do two lower body days and two upper body days. either way.. Assuming your sleep and diet are fine, maybe your body has adapted to doing the OHP and its time to switch it up? you should switch exercises ...


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If you are having trouble getting into a comfortable position, there are two things that it can be. Morphological (i.e. your body structure prohibits getting there), which there isn't much you can do or flexibility. Since you've indicated you have a limited range of motion (ROM), I am working on the theory that your muscular development is limiting the ...


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(Obviously, if your physio has told you anything that contradicts what I say here, go with their advice). Two questions to start: Are you dumbbell benching with the same grip you would barbell bench with? Do you NEED to bench press? If the answer to 1 is yes, then try with a parallel grip, reducing the angle of your arms in relation to your torso, this ...


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neutral grip is safer. but it focuses more on the anterior deltoid and reduces the effect on the medial deltoid. it is safer on shoulders, however. facing forward-this grip hits both anterior and medial head with some effect on rear. tough on shoulder joints arnold press-hits all 3 heads but main focus is on the anterior head due to the dumbbell being in ...


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