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Old 04-26-2005, 08:05 PM   #11
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Hey C-vac........
Seem to hung up on the numbers......

Try going for feel and concentration......Work on your mind body....

Give your self a "rep-range" to work in instead of a number.
Meaning.....If you are doing a Flat Barbell Bench @ 210 third set, go for 7-11 reps... If you blast out 12 @ failure, then increase your weight slightly for the last set.....WRITE THAT DOWN!!

If you put one specific # in your mind, you tend to "mentally" tire out before you could physically.

As far as the Delt routine, hard to say caus I don't know what your delt's look like. Me personally, i could skip delt's every other week, b/c of response delt's have to training. Weird for a girl!!!!! But, you def. sound like you need some detail work in your routine....like lateral raises and rear delt flys. Front raises are more fun than upright rows to......
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Old 05-04-2005, 12:24 AM   #12
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I've never heard that upright rows are bad for the shoulders.
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I've never heard that upright rows are bad for the shoulders.
No one listens to Taurus anyway
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Old 05-04-2005, 10:28 AM   #14
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OOOhh, I will be so scared the next time I do upright rows, because Taurus said they are really bad for everyones shoulders I do follow ur advise sometime, remember the rancid oil problem, I pour about three drops of 30% H2O2 like u said, not that it made any difference, but the taste didnt get any worse. OOh, I cant explain how much trouble I had to go through to steal that shit from my chem lab
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I've never heard that upright rows are bad for the shoulders.
I think upright rows are good for a negative type of burn after a set of barbell shrugs. Tempo should be down for 4-5 seconds, zero pause, up for 2. Going heavy isn't good.

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Talk about going heavy, there is this show off mofo at my gym, he always does 250 or higher on up right rows, but hell he might be big, but sure his muscles look ugly. Fat fucker
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Talk about going heavy, there is this show off mofo at my gym, he always does 250 or higher on up right rows, but hell he might be big, but sure his muscles look ugly. Fat fucker
Is he a powerlifter? Alot of powerlifters are pretty chubby due to the high calorie intake...about 7,000 to be exact. That makes one fat f*cker!
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Is he a powerlifter? Alot of powerlifters are pretty chubby due to the high calorie intake...about 7,000 to be exact. That makes one fat f*cker!
He is just a wanna be powerlifter who eats whoppers with triple mayo all day.
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what is a diet like for a powerlifter...is it basically whatever u want with loads of protien carbs and fat or do any of them actually worry about diet?
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