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Old 03-05-2010, 07:20 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by Mombow111 View Post

Few questions: A. never done good mornings before, is that a good way to approach them? B. How beneficial is "the pump" to increasing vascularity and/or recovery time. C. Is Demon training a viable option if Muscle Growth is my primary goal (I did them before and they made my quads so are **** but I know there's some controversy over this sort of thing.

Suggestion/Advice? - esp. on rep ranges - feel free to comment
A) Many people do good morning with a narrow foot stance. I recommend a stance wider than your normal squat stance. The stance in this video is a little wider than what I use:


B) There are many opinions on the pump. From personal experience, it is not nearly as important as progression of weight.

C) Demon training is viable for muscle growth, but I believe it's better suited for steroid users.
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