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Old 01-22-2011, 04:33 PM   #23
Trevor Ross
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Upright rows with a close grip puts emphasis on the traps.
Upright rows with a shoulder width grip puts more emphasis on the delts.
Upright rows with a barbell murders your shoulders. (range of motion seems all wrong)
Upright rows with dumbbells are better for your shoulders and are a good delt exercise (picture putting a can of paint on the table for technique)
Upright rows!
Upright rows!!
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