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post #36421 of 57262
Baby bottle brush
post #36422 of 57262
I do low bar squats, and rest the bar on that "shelf" somewhere between my traps and rear delts. For high bar, do you essentially rest the bar on the bottom of your neck?
post #36423 of 57262
Kind of, pinch your shoulders a bit and your traps create a new shelf.
post #36424 of 57262
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

Kind of, pinch your shoulders a bit and your traps create a new shelf.

I gotcha, it seems like you're probably more prone to collapse your back with high bar.

What are the advantages to doing high bar vs low or vice versa, can anyone chime in?
post #36425 of 57262
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Originally Posted by skeen7908 View Post

This is not entirely correct
Cant diagnose labral pathology with an ultrasound
In fact ultrasound is really only useful for AC jt, rotator cuff and SA bursa, which are all fairly straightforward clinical diagnosesl.

I have had an aching shoulder for two weeks, cant sleep on it.
Jumped on for an MRI: completely normal.
Im a hypochondriac though

You are wrong on so many levels.

1. You often can diagnose labrum pathology using an ultrasound
2. AC joint, rotation cuff, SA bursa sure, but you forgot about labrum, biceps tendon, impingement syndrome, and shoulder instability
3. There's very rarely such a thing as a straightforward clinical diagnosis when it comes to the shoulder

What, exactly, are your credentials to make such statements, by the way?
post #36426 of 57262
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Originally Posted by MarkI View Post

I gotcha, it seems like you're probably more prone to collapse your back with high bar.

What are the advantages to doing high bar vs low or vice versa, can anyone chime in?

I dont think so, you should stay more upright. More emphasis on quad, less posterior chain. I really like atg high bar. A bit humbling at first redface.gif
post #36427 of 57262
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Originally Posted by TKJTG View Post

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Originally Posted by skeen7908 View Post

This is not entirely correct
Cant diagnose labral pathology with an ultrasound
In fact ultrasound is really only useful for AC jt, rotator cuff and SA bursa, which are all fairly straightforward clinical diagnosesl.

I have had an aching shoulder for two weeks, cant sleep on it.
Jumped on for an MRI: completely normal.
Im a hypochondriac though

You are wrong on so many levels.

1. You often can diagnose labrum pathology using an ultrasound
2. AC joint, rotation cuff, SA bursa sure, but you forgot about labrum, biceps tendon, impingement syndrome, and shoulder instability
3. There's very rarely such a thing as a straightforward clinical diagnosis when it comes to the shoulder

What, exactly, are your credentials to make such statements, by the way?


I'm a doctor.

Ultrasound is extremely poor at picking up labral pathology (sensitivity 63% http://www.ajronline.org/doi/full/10.2214/ajr.174.6.1741717)
Ultrasound is also poor at picking up biceps anchor pathology

Impingement syndrome falls under the umbrella of SA bursa and supraspinatus/rotator cuff.

Shoulder instability is almost entirely a clinical diagnosis, and is irrelevant to the symptoms this person is describing.

You have very little idea of what you are talking about. I suggest you study a lot harder.
post #36428 of 57262
I thought you were like 18 tops puzzled.gif
post #36429 of 57262
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Originally Posted by skeen7908 View Post

I'm a doctor.

Ultrasound is extremely poor at picking up labral pathology (sensitivity 63% http://www.ajronline.org/doi/full/10.2214/ajr.174.6.1741717)
Ultrasound is also poor at picking up biceps anchor pathology

Impingement syndrome falls under the umbrella of SA bursa and supraspinatus/rotator cuff.

Shoulder instability is almost entirely a clinical diagnosis, and is irrelevant to the symptoms this person is describing.

You have very little idea of what you are talking about. I suggest you study a lot harder.

Poor sensitivity but high specificity(98%) -- still has diagnostic value. Picking up 2/3rds of labral tears isn't bad for a cheap, quick, and easy diagnostic test. But more importantly....

Holy shit if you actually are a doctor. Fucking LOL. Also you should maybe use a different screenname for the *ahem* questionable websites you frequent.
post #36430 of 57262
Also this keeps playing in my head:
post #36431 of 57262
I shared a lifetime of experiences between deadlift reps today
post #36432 of 57262
Thread Starter 
autistic-like focus on spambots aside, I'm psyched to do my first officially programmed deload in like a year.
post #36433 of 57262
W/e it changed my life and the way I lift

I did farmers walks with proper handles and 330lbs, I'm actually pretty good at this shit. Just not looking forward to the 580 lb frame deadlift.

Interesting stuff

http://dsstrength.com/2013/11/11/supple-leopards-vs-the-world-my-take-on-the-knees-out-debate/
Edited by Coldsnap - 11/11/13 at 7:37pm
post #36434 of 57262
"Let’s establish one thing, with any movement the goal is to produce the most amount of torque and not allow any torsion [to] occur on a compression/loaded body. This directly also creates positions that get rid of every single injury we have ever seen in all our athletes/non-athletes.”

Love combining science words together, so much fun.

Squat progression can be modeled as a Gaussian random walk #science
post #36435 of 57262
So what's the official default RHET approved program now that IA SPBR doesn't have enough squats?
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