Originally Posted by conceptionist
How should I correctly do a pull-through? I've watched this video with Dave Tate but it just feels weird.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AgXkHRVaoUc
Should it look/feel like a good-morning? Is it ok to have internally rotated shoulders? My guess would be no, but I find it extremely difficult to maintain external rotation when leaning forward. A weight that I can maintain external rotatation with is far too light on the hamstrings and glutes.
Glute-/ham raises would actually be a netter assitance lift for my weaknesses, but my gym doesn't have the right gear for it.
i would rather do DB good mornings, preferably with band resistance.
i might be wrong but ***internal rotation*** isn't something you should be overly concerned about unless you are actually rowing or pressing. i dont think the weight you'd be using for pullthroughs for reps would have any kind of notable effect on ***internal rotation;*** to the best of my knowledge its more of an issue with people whose pressing/pulling ratio is way out of whack for an extended period of time. then again i dont have any particular experience or in-depth knowledge on the topic so take it with a grain of salt.