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Old 09-25-2013, 09:52 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by batwhisper View Post
Thank you for the welcome!

My routine is very basic at the moment.

Squat
Bench
DB Shoulder Press (started doing lighter weight when I started "rehabing" my shoulder)
DB Rows/Cable rows (alternate every workout)
Upright Row
Hypers
Deadlift (on days I do not bench)



I recently just started alternating the bench and db shoulder press. On days I bench, I do not do the shoulder press. On days I shoulder press, no bench.
IMO you just drop the upright rows. They give me shoulder problems every time. I've heard other guys say this same thing.
The same position the top of an upright row is in, is the same postion doctors have you do to check for impingment.
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