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    kickbacks

    How does everyone feel about them? I used to never do them and thought they were for girls and stuff..but I did them tonight and my triceps had a new kind of burn. I pretty much just did it to change it up..never really incorporated them before.

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    it's good for a change. can't do as much as you think you would be able to do. almost depsressing when you change from skulls or overhead db press to kickbacks and you have to use a lower weight.

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    i dont like them,i much prefer the midrange movements....

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    Since I like movements that address mass, I don't do these.

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    kickbacks?? im a ginzo from nj so they are a way of life .....although i'll never admit that in court

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    Since I like movements that address mass, I don't do these.

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    You've got a good point there, that was my concern with doing them. I wont make it an everyday thing..maybe just a change when my current routine get old

    I can't get myself to do close grip bench bc it hurts my shoulder joint and I feel like I have to do it on chest day. Skullcrushers seem to make me plateau after awhile of doing them. Any suggestions?
    Last edited by chest6; 09-27-2005 at 03:09 PM.

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