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Old 02-20-2011, 08:04 PM   #18
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Great idea. Thanks! I will do that. I'm also going to sit in the squat position for at least a few minutes every evening to see if that helps too. Now that my overall workout is shorter, I'm going to stretch a lot more overall. I'm about as flexible as a railroad tie, so clearly I need to work on that.

Sorry for the thread jack, it just burst out of me when I saw that picture. To get things back on topic, it seems to me whatever feels right is the way to hold the bar. I know for me there's a pocket, or groove as someone mentioned right along the top of my back and shoulders. I sit the bar there.
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