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Old 08-09-2008, 06:51 AM   #101
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Bump.. Did you guys get my pm? Did it answer your questions?
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Old 08-09-2008, 07:48 AM   #102
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the post you made before this one answered it
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Old 08-09-2008, 04:18 PM   #103
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Hmm, the squat rx doctor has some good ones if memory serves.
Just another question about GMs. In the squat rx doctor he really brings his ass back and thursts it forward. Ive seen other videos where the ass doesnt go back at all and you can pretty much do GMs against a wall whereby you just bring your back down in almost a 90 degree angle.

Which is the right way? I was doing it the latter way. I just tried it the docs way today and its much easier then the way I used to do it.

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Old 08-09-2008, 06:14 PM   #104
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there are stiff knee and bent knee gm's i think. bent knee would get the ass sticking out like an rdl.
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Old 08-10-2008, 06:58 AM   #105
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I just tried it the docs way today and its much easier then the way I used to do it.
Ass back like Squat rx. Doing it your way would be the exact same thing as a SLDL, so why bother? Just be sure that while your knees are slightly bent, you do NOT start squatting the weight up.

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Flat DB Press: 45 x (4 x 15)
- Plus 5 lbs, still extremely easy.

Banded Squats: 225 (+ Lights) x (8 x 2)
- Went a lot lighter because my lower back is still sore from the GM's.

Dimel Deadlifts: 225 x 20
- Super fast for the last 6 reps. But, lol, my back said no, and I listened.

Bulgarian Squats: 35's x 10, 10
- Easier on the back. Did these ballistically, no rest between sets.

Standing Abs: 4 sets heavy

Leg Raises: 2 x 10

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But, lol, my back said no, and I listened.
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Forgot to add DB Pressing to my day LOL.
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Old 08-10-2008, 11:43 AM   #108
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Ass back like Squat rx. Doing it your way would be the exact same thing as a SLDL, so why bother? Just be sure that while your knees are slightly bent, you do NOT start squatting the weight up.
That was the exact same thing I was thinking when I read the question. Although the obvious difference would be where the weight is compared to sldl's. But I think to some extent you can compare the two styles to romanians versus sldl's..

I see Pity already pointed that out as well. LOL everybody is ON.

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Yeah straight leg GMs would be like SLDL but harder because of the mechanical disadvantage of the weight positioning I would think. I'm just basing this off of my knowledge of physics/mechanics.

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DE BENCH: Last week of pin pressing.

Flat DB Press: 50 x (4 x 15)
- No warmups. Still very easy.

Banded Speed Bench: 185 (+ Lights) x (9 x 3)
- Last week in the rack. Glad too because I hate walking into the gym and waiting for it lol.

JM Press: (4 x 6) 115, 135, 155, 165

Elbows Out Extensions: 30 x 15, 15

Upright Rows: 100 x 10, 10, 10, 10
- 60 seconds

Reverse Pec Dec: 120 x 12, 12, 12
- 60 seconds
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