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Re: All hail the Goodmorning!

Postby Ader on Tue Jun 09, 2009 11:38 am

I mostly agree with Marks on this - Only point of disagreement is that it is obviously likely to not be good for people with a 'genuine' back problem to do heavy back exercises.

I am so glad I did Olympic lifting when I was younger as that really taught me to use my back properly and strengthened it up as well - Without that my back woudl probably be crap - It's still my weak link imo, but I've only ever really injured it once - A weird one bending over to reach for something and 'ping' last year - So That's pretty good I reckon :)
Don’t let the sets last much longer than ten seconds, total. Kinda like sex with a hot chick, hit it hard for ten seconds.
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Re: All hail the Goodmorning!

Postby Rilla on Tue Jun 09, 2009 11:43 am

I did GMs against a resistance band the other day and it felt pretty good actually. :)
My lower back/hammies are extremely tight though, so I have serious problems with ROM with a barbell... ;)
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