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Old 03-11-2013, 01:21 AM   #8
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1. Pull ups - but its a great exercise to build strength
2. Running - It gets to tiring, especially if done after lifting
3. Push ups - see running
4. OHP's - I take it as the 4th basic lift after Squats, DL and Bench.
5. Back dips for triceps - My shoulders give in
6. Hyperextensions - Idiotic position IMO
7. Lower abs - Hardly manage 5-6 in a set


But I will do them all anyway, if its must. I have already done them. No excuses.
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