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    Aggression is offline Member
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    I've been getting good results with upright rows

    For the last 3 weeks I've been doing shoulder width grip barbell upright rows 3 sets reps of 10,8,6 all while increasing the weight each set. I do this once a week.

    And I can honestly say I've experienced NO shoulder or rotator cuff pain and I've gotten good results. My side, front, and rear delts, mid and lower traps, forearms, and even my biceps have all gotten bigger since I started doing them.

    I'm thinking of trying seated dumbell upright rows. Anyone here ever try seated dumbell upright rows?

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    bluethunder is offline Anabolic Member
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    Seated upright rows? No, stick with what is working..

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    Anyone else get good results with upright rows?

    Anyone else ever try seated dumbell upright rows?

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    No sense in fawking up what is not broken.. do like BT said, and stick with what is works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigMike J
    No sense in fawking up what is not broken.. do like BT said, and stick with what is works.
    agreed! i dont think that db's would be as effective anyways!

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    I'll go against the grain on this. I think variety in weightlifting is vital to promote growth and to keep your workouts from getting boring. Try them see how they work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6_pak
    I'll go against the grain on this. I think variety in weightlifting is vital to promote growth and to keep your workouts from getting boring. Try them see how they work.
    he may as well use it until he isnt maikng any progress thenmove on to something else!

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