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Old 01-27-2006, 01:33 PM
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Default good reference site

This site has very in-depth information about how to perform exercises and what muscles they work. you have to look around to find some but it is interesting.

http://exrx.net/index.html

I just like this one. http://exrx.net/Lists/PowerExercises.html

http://exrx.net/Lists/Directory.html

this one has training programs on the right side.
http://exrx.net/Exercise.html
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Very good find. Thanks, Dave.
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Old 01-31-2006, 04:41 PM
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here's some more.
http://www.biofitness.com/weightlf.html
http://www.biofitness.com/bodybld.html
http://www.biofitness.com/powerlft.html
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This doesn't seem right:

http://www.biofitness.com/demo45.html
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This doesn't seem right:

http://www.biofitness.com/demo45.html
your right. the range is too small and he's really bending the knees.
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double posted..:o
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Old 02-01-2006, 02:36 PM
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Good. I hate being confused. Not that it matters since I like them the way I do them no matter what they're called.

But that looks like some sort of "half deadlift".
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Yeah I don't know how that one got past editing.
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I think it's just one of those confused exercises.
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yeah, from what I've heard is that there is a difference between Stiff-legged deads and Romanian Deads. My roommate got a dvd at a T-nation both at the DC expo the other week and it had something about it. I can't remember what it was but the only real difference was one dragged the bar close to the shins while the other was out far in front of you.
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