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Re: Please, don't laugh...

Postby health4ni on Sat Jun 20, 2009 4:04 pm

A 70kg front squat would be very impressive.
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Re: Please, don't laugh...

Postby simon m on Sat Jun 20, 2009 4:10 pm

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simon m wrote:The easy answer is don't use a flat bench and the best answer is exactly the same as I can think of few reasons to use a flat bench especially for pressing


:roll: I can actually think of ONE big reason... I'll leave you to discuss with him...
Good luck with the frown that kills!

I think I can guess now what you're get at, even so a very shallow incline would be fine
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Re: Please, don't laugh...

Postby the_cheshirecat on Sat Jun 20, 2009 4:20 pm

simon m wrote:
the_cheshirecat wrote:
simon m wrote:The easy answer is don't use a flat bench and the best answer is exactly the same as I can think of few reasons to use a flat bench especially for pressing


:roll: I can actually think of ONE big reason... I'll leave you to discuss with him...
Good luck with the frown that kills!

I think I can guess now what you're get at, even so a very shallow incline would be fine


She wants to improve her chest the most, being very ample in the chest area she wants support from muscle. So I've got her training chest twice a week (once flat, once incline). The incline is on a shallow gradient. However dropping this exersize for another one I think is a good idea like you suggested. Espesially as she can still do flat BB bench, maybe pull overs.

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Re: Please, don't laugh...

Postby Craig on Sat Jun 20, 2009 4:23 pm

health4ni wrote:A 70kg front squat would be very impressive.



She already has good core strength and leg strength, just really needs to develop the flexibility to deliver it. That and finding the grove. With so many people doing the back squat wrong I can't even be bothered to teach it.
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Re: Please, don't laugh...

Postby upright on Sat Jun 20, 2009 4:46 pm

Can I just ask where the Cheshire Cat name comes from? Just I recently been dubbed this by my new lady and one of me best mates cos apparently I grin like one - alot... Maybe we could have a biggest grin comp if you're the same :D
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Re: Please, don't laugh...

Postby the_cheshirecat on Sat Jun 20, 2009 10:05 pm

upright wrote:Can I just ask where the Cheshire Cat name comes from? Just I recently been dubbed this by my new lady and one of me best mates cos apparently I grin like one - alot... Maybe we could have a biggest grin comp if you're the same :D


I just loved Disney's Cheshire cat, so here we are!
Craig says I have a mischievous grin tho, so I guess I could do very well in a grin competition! :mrgreen:
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Re: Please, don't laugh...

Postby GymBunny on Sun Jun 21, 2009 10:05 am

Apparently I have a grin that makes it look like I am plotting bad things..... :twisted:
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Re: Please, don't laugh...

Postby the_cheshirecat on Sun Jun 21, 2009 10:36 am

GymBunny wrote:Apparently I have a grin that makes it look like I am plotting bad things..... :twisted:


For some reason it seems that all the girls on this board are up to no good... :mrgreen:
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Re: Please, don't laugh...

Postby GymBunny on Sun Jun 21, 2009 11:14 am

the_cheshirecat wrote:
GymBunny wrote:Apparently I have a grin that makes it look like I am plotting bad things..... :twisted:


For some reason it seems that all the girls on this board are up to no good... :mrgreen:

Possibly because we aren't. At the moment I am contemplating putting superglue in someone hair gel.....
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Re: Please, don't laugh...

Postby the_cheshirecat on Sun Jun 21, 2009 4:28 pm

GymBunny wrote:At the moment I am contemplating putting superglue in someone hair gel.....


Please don't: it'll probably agglutinate and end up being useless.
Hair removal cream is the answer... :twisted:
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Re: Please, don't laugh...

Postby Rorschach on Mon Jun 22, 2009 2:23 pm

I get really nasty heartburn sometimes while benching, which I suspect is acid reflux. So, don’t worry, you’re not the only one cursed by the benching god. :D
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Re: Please, don't laugh...

Postby GymBunny on Mon Jun 22, 2009 5:16 pm

the_cheshirecat wrote:
GymBunny wrote:At the moment I am contemplating putting superglue in someone hair gel.....


Please don't: it'll probably agglutinate and end up being useless.
Hair removal cream is the answer... :twisted:

I think thatll go in his shampoo. The other option is ground up viagra in his coffee. As he is on a no sins of the flesh is holy melarky that should be entertaining. :lol:
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Re: Please, don't laugh...

Postby the_cheshirecat on Mon Jun 22, 2009 5:44 pm

GymBunny wrote:
the_cheshirecat wrote:
GymBunny wrote:At the moment I am contemplating putting superglue in someone hair gel.....


Please don't: it'll probably agglutinate and end up being useless.
Hair removal cream is the answer... :twisted:

I think thatll go in his shampoo. The other option is ground up viagra in his coffee. As he is on a no sins of the flesh is holy melarky that should be entertaining. :lol:


His choice?
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