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Old 02-14-2013, 03:30 PM   #13
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Yes...it's the torque from my grip on the bar (while I'm trying to stay as upright as possible) that aggravates it. I don't have a problem other times of the week when I'm doing rep work with lighter weight.

I didn't think of warming up the bi's and tri's though. I usually do band pull aparts, and internal and external rotations for shoulders. I mostly focus on dynamic stretching and mobility work on my lower body. Next time I'll try some more upper body work in my warm up.

Thanks for the feedback.
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