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Old 05-17-2011, 08:34 PM   #353
espm1000
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Join Date: May 2011
Location: Virginia
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Originally Posted by Francisco View Post
today i open a magazine and i was surprised to find an article about strenght imbalances...the article states and confirms what i posted a several weeks ago about why i now use fat bars to train my arms to prevent injury and activate more muscle fibers. Bellow is what i read today in the article

"Strenght imbalances can cause major problems, and a common one is the lack of grip strenght". " Improving grip strenght can relieve chronic elbow pain while creating new arm muscle gains"
It's awesome that you posted this because I made a conscious decision to ditch straps and the use of alternate grips on certain exercises in an attempt to improve grip strength.

Do you typically stick with a Chest/Back, Shoulders/Arms, and Legs split, or do you utilize other methods of training as well? If so, what is the frequency like? I can already see you are pretty high volume.

Last edited by espm1000; 05-17-2011 at 08:37 PM.
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