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post #24316 of 47815
My uni gym brought a safety bar....but I dont know its benefits. I only know it's for bad shoulders.

Enlighten me.
post #24317 of 47815
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Originally Posted by Flame View Post

My uni gym brought a safety bar....but I dont know its benefits. I only know it's for bad shoulders.

Enlighten me.

A SSB?????

FUCK YOU. frown.gif
post #24318 of 47815
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Originally Posted by Flame View Post

My uni gym brought a safety bar....but I dont know its benefits. I only know it's for bad shoulders.

Enlighten me.

First of all fuck you, I have to wrap straps around the bar and hold onto them whilst they tear apart my hands and crush my biceps to have the same effect. Basically it's just a comfy as fuck way to hold the bar without putting strain on your elbows, shoulders or wrists. Also it's better for good mornings because bars always sliding about with a straight bar when you use it for them.
post #24319 of 47815
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Originally Posted by Flame View Post

My uni gym brought a safety bar....but I dont know its benefits. I only know it's for bad shoulders.

Enlighten me.

First of all fuck you, I have to wrap straps around the bar and hold onto them whilst they tear apart my hands and crush my biceps to have the same effect. Basically it's just a comfy as fuck way to hold the bar without putting strain on your elbows, shoulders or wrists. Also it's better for good mornings because bars always sliding about with a straight bar when you use it for them.
post #24320 of 47815
Ironically, setting the SSB on my school's rack is a bitch.

K gonna have a go @ it with some good mornings later.
post #24321 of 47815
I wish the Uni would purchase prowlers though....zzz the mgmt says too ex.
post #24322 of 47815
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Originally Posted by Flame View Post

I wish the Uni would purchase prowlers though....zzz the mgmt says too ex.


I wish my uni would purchase a bench press and get more then 4 20kg plates. Actually I don't even bench.
post #24323 of 47815
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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post

depth is key. if you can't manage that, cycling (spin class, doing cardio on the bike, etc.) is great for the outer quads.

Thanks Ramboaner.

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Originally Posted by Flame View Post

This is considered deep btw:


Damn, I definitely don't go that deep. Thanks. Will apply next time.
post #24324 of 47815
Pretty sure i strained my TFL on my right side sometime a few months back. Some days it doesn't hurt, others it is tender. I've just been digging my fist into it if it gets tight while squatting and using a lacrosse ball on it if it hurts throughout the day. Feelsbadman
post #24325 of 47815
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Originally Posted by Pilot View Post

Pretty sure i strained my TFL on my right side sometime a few months back. Some days it doesn't hurt, others it is tender. I've just been digging my fist into it if it gets tight while squatting and using a lacrosse ball on it if it hurts throughout the day. Feelsbadman

embrace The Grid. its a fucking torture experiment for your TFL's. or, just get some pvc...
post #24326 of 47815
Thread Starter 
getting fucking shredded n joocy:D
post #24327 of 47815
Thread Starter 
derp
post #24328 of 47815
Down 10 pounds and aesthetics are returning. Strength gains are intact for now. Feelsgoodman!

And this is with 80 hour work weeks on general surgery.
post #24329 of 47815
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Pesto, Chicken Breast Tenderloins, Parmesan, Bacon, Macaroni pasta: 190 g carbs, 54g fat, 151g protein- 1867kcal icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
Edited by Eason - 1/11/13 at 6:41am
post #24330 of 47815
I'm going to go ahead and say there is more than 4g fat in there, but still looks good.
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