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Old 04-10-2014, 06:37 PM   #21
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Great posts from all, thanks!


It seems there are a few different ways to do it and a few different variations of the "extension"

As Dray said I guess it's personal preference and what works for you , with a difference that's really pretty marginal between them.

My personal preference is like what Adamite described, I prefer the more natural movement of skull crushers.

However, I get pretty bad wrist pain no matter how I do them it seems (did a thread about it last year), so I've been doing pushdowns since then.
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Great posts from all, thanks!


It seems there are a few different ways to do it and a few different variations of the "extension"

As Dray said I guess it's personal preference and what works for you , with a difference that's really pretty marginal between them.

My personal preference is like what Adamite described, I prefer the more natural movement of skull crushers.

However, I get pretty bad wrist pain no matter how I do them it seems (did a thread about it last year), so I've been doing pushdowns since then.
have ever thought of using wrist wraps?

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You have to do Lying tricep extensions. Rippetoe says so.
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You have to do Lying tricep extensions. Rippetoe says so.
lolwut!

Does anyone actually think that, btw?
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Do them all, CGBP, Crushers, Cable/Band work, Lying DB Extensions.........
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