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Old 05-03-2014, 09:25 PM   #1300
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That's what it is!
Fark, yeah!

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That is fantastic news about squats feeling good. Really happy for you. I will mention again, I really don't like the sit ups with deadlifts. You are creating a ton of spinal loading. Have a look at the McGill curl up technique. Trains abdominal bracing with very minimal spinal load.

Thanks. Yeah, I have several of McGill's books and used it all to rehab from the spine surgery. I did reduce the sit up load. I'm not trying to kill my abs, rather, make sure my bracing is fully engaged. My sit up form puts my spine in the same position as my DL pull and is working (in moderation) so far.

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My first reaction was bench-a-thon.
Then I realized that the session morphed to pullups-a-thon and deads-a-thon.

Awesome session.
Thanks, it was good. I can't wait for until I've done several weeks of this style training.

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So 100lb db incline situps are bad Probably just the advantages of youth.

JD; Liking the sessions you've been posting,. keep it up
I never had spine problems until I abandoned sit ups for curls ups and other things....I was doing way more loaded sit ups when I did my 5x5 and hit my DL PR and that was only 4 years post surgery. Go figure.
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