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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Anthony View Post
    A bunch of different stuff, depending on their main mobility issues after I assess them. I'm making a bunch more demo videos of things today; I'll see if I have time to put together a quick highlight reel of shoulder mobility that helps most people.
    Gotcha. I'd love a highlight reel, if you've got the time.

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    Agreed on Facepulls...I do them but look at them as a warm up rather than a direct delt exercise.

    Upright Rows done the traditional way...upright with a narrow grip are a NOGO for me. I learned a different way from Gironda's book.

    I set an incline bench at a high incline...not quite straight. Then chest to the bench, and a wide grip, I raised to about shoulder height, hold and release down. Its about the feel not the weight. Differenr than the powerlifting mindset.

    I do high reps and work for the shoulders to be filled with blood...yes...da pump. But that has helped my shoulder development far more than lifting heavy.
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    Yeah bro, higher reps on shoulders... A female body builder actually clued me In on that one because I was trying to smith machine bench big weight and she got me straightened out. I thought that was key. My shoulder donít like lateral raises but I can still press, I just keep it light and balanced the best way I can....
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    Bench bent over rows sound like a good idea to me. I don’t even know why I didn’t think about that, I’m trying to minimize destroying my lower back, it’s already took enough damage as it is.... Plus I get hurt I don’t have any recourse other then going on unemployment...:)
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    I still do the one knee on the bench rows, I feel like it keeps everything supported while isolating your back and back of the shoulder...
    Nothing says Fuck You like a shotgun.....

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    I use higher incline but this is close



    This approximates my grip



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    And these. Along with Seth Feroce, Meadows is one of the most informative guys in bodybuilding
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    Brent Yamamoto
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    One of the best things I have found for shoulders for injury prevention is an Indian club exercise.

    I have been planning on doing a video of it. Hopefully I can do that today.
    Brent Yamamoto
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  10. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Yamamoto View Post
    One of the best things I have found for shoulders for injury prevention is an Indian club exercise.

    I have been planning on doing a video of it. Hopefully I can do that today.
    Weird. Did a set with a heavy dowel just before reading this. Did this on Brent's advice while still on PT and it helped immensely. Incorporated it into my PT stick stretches, using a four foot dowel, thereby terrifying the rest of the clients.

    (Thanks, Brent!)

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