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Old 11-20-2011, 06:50 PM   #12
Bodybygamma
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I would personally only do that once and a while in the same set but not too often or frequent. Its probably better to just alternate strict presses and push presses each week or do the next set after strict presses with the push presses alternating during warm ups.

Reason I say it that way is the strict press stresses out your rotator cuff's more so then the push press and then jerking/pushing extra reps after your tired in the long run doesn't prep your body the same way splitting it up would.
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