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Old 03-13-2013, 09:17 AM   #15
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Thanks Guys.

When I was young enough that they might have helped, I did them laying along the Bench Backwards—to clear the built-in weight rack—used an empty twenty pound Barbell Bar and a perfectly straight-armed technique...

And all they ever did was make my Shoulders Ache...

So I dropped them.

By the way, learning from Articles and Pictures...

Any sort of Fly or Lateral or Front Raise also seemed good for nothing but to make the Joints ache—in this case, my elbows.

Bend the arm just a Bit though...

And while I generally Preach against Momentum...

With the Fly/Raises a Little Momentum lets one handle Much More Weight.

Yes, I often wish that I knew what I have learned about training over the years, way back in seventh grade when I started training.

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