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Old 01-13-2013, 05:07 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by KD5NFW View Post
Yeah I just started using RDL's as accessory work this cycle or last, I don't remember (old age lol). My depth is pretty much a function of my poor flexibility rather than the safety bar setting. I wish I had the problem of hitting the bars. Gravity with heavy weight helps though haha! But I am slowly getting better with depth.
That's good, man. No need to rush it but, when the depth comes, you will get new development and performance.

If you don't want to drop weight from the bar, you could always try some reverse bands (or chains) to help you get to depth more safely/confidently.

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