|05-19-2014, 12:30 PM||#1|
Join Date: Feb 2013
Training Type: Other
Fav Exercise: all of them
Fav Supp: WPC; nothing else
I don't mean pre-fatiguing muscles. Just "getting them going". Anyone here do that? What lifts for, and how so? If you don't, does it strike you as a reasonable thing to do nonetheless? And any other thoughts on it are welcome, of course.
Squat 160kg (352.7lbs), Bench 115kg (252.5lbs), Deadlift 220kg (485lbs)
Front Squat 130kg (286.6lbs), Strict Press 80kg (176.4lbs), Chinups +30kg (+66.1lbs)
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|05-19-2014, 12:51 PM||#2|
Moderation is for cowards
Join Date: Nov 2012
Location: N Ga Mountains
Training Exp: Started 5/2/11
Training Type: Powerlifting
Fav Exercise: PRs
Fav Supp: Steak
Warm up? Probably not what youre looking for. I go through the motions for squats and deads, then just with the bar.
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|05-19-2014, 02:21 PM||#3|
Join Date: Jan 2013
Location: New Zealand
Training Exp: 3
Training Type: Powerbuilding
Fav Exercise: Squat
Fav Supp: Meat, Milk,
Me, No I just do warm ups, however I hear some people do pull ups between sets of bench press to make the benching easier.
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|05-19-2014, 03:10 PM||#4|
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Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: New York..
Training Type: Bodybuilding
Fav Supp: Food
I understand what you are asking. On top of my normal warm-up routine, I always like to activate my central nervous system with an explosive movement or something dynamic.
Here are a couple examples:
1. Squats - seated box jumps, box jumps, knee tuck jumps
2. Deadlift - seated box jumps, med ball overhead throws, broad jumps, hip hinge vertical jump
3. Bench Press - Med Ball chest throws, mb chest slams, bench plyo push ups
4. Overhead Press - various med ball throws
These are usually done after my warm-up. I find this helps wake me up just a bit more and get the movement I'm working on that day prepared.
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|05-19-2014, 03:27 PM||#5|
Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: North West England
Training Exp: 2+ Years
Fav Exercise: BTNPP
Fav Supp: Beef
I think it can be a useful thing provided people don't go so far as the pre-fatigue thing. I use it most training days just with a mini-band. Getting glutes firing recently with squats after sitting around all day seems to have made a difference.
Squat: mini band doubled around the knees and do a few squats/sit in the bottom of squat/some hip abduction reps.
Bench: use a band around a pole one end in either hand and go from shoulders forward to shoulders back with external rotation, so basically the position you would be in on the bench.
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|05-19-2014, 03:44 PM||#6|
Join Date: Jan 2013
Location: London City UK
Training Type: 5x5
Fav Exercise: One arm dumbbell rows.
I don't do any warm ups. I just aim for 5x5 with the given weight and keep going workout after workout until I get stronger and hit that 5x5.
With military press though, I like to do a couple of reps with the bar, (standard bar) just as you say to get the muscles fired up.
I feel it helps, mainly because OHP I find to be quite an awkward movement, and if I launch straight into it with full weight it doesn't work too well.
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