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It's basically the only movement that puts the lumbar in extension while causing traction instead of compression. I do a couple light or unloaded sets before and after every squat and deadlift session. Feels amazing. But there are a couple guys at my gym who have lumbar issues and the rev hyper isn't helping them.
Regular hyper != Reverse hyper Total game changer for lower back issues... my chiro/ART guy said he's lost a few patients to the reverse hyper
@conceptionist your gym have a reverse hyper?
Tian Tao bombed out in the jerk as well. Guess Team China doesn't give a fuck about anything less than gold
Protein Sparing Muscle Fast Ephedrine Caffeine Yohimbine Basically eating nothing but lean protein and greens, hating life, and feeling like your heart will explode. But you'll drop bf like no one's business.
That's nothing new. Only problem stems from restaurants using copious amounts of it (since it is way harder to tell if a dish was over-MSG'ed than over-salted).
Making your own chicken stock makes a huge difference
Considering how analytical conceptionist is with lifting and diet, I'm surprised how casual he is with the slow cooker. But really, it isn't rocket science.
Most offices with standing desks have the ability to move up and down. It does take some getting used to. I spend the entire morning standing. After lunch, I'll sit for maybe an hour or two tops then go back to standing mode for the rest of the day. After a week or two of standing, sitting all day makes you feel like shit.
Do some weighted carries and get a standing desk
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