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    Quote Originally Posted by Citruscide

    I do agree that many people don't have good form on their exercises, this isn't limited to Back -- I would say it is more apparent on legs lol.

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    Is that why your arms are bigger than your legs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky Bastard!
    Is that why your arms are bigger than your legs?
    Huh? lol -- I certainly hope not. If that were the case, I'd have 27+" arms hahaahhahhaha

    I was just saying that I think people's form on LEG day is, on average, worse than that on their back workouts...

    BTW -- I wasn't implying that SYL's post was weak in a post I made above, I re-read it today and it sounded a bit arrogant.

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    I'm just playing it's all good

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    so far i have read the chest and back training threads. great stuff so far but (i hope im not the only one) im having a hard time trying to work out your examples of exercises by thier descriptions. is it possible to get some pictures of what you mean? i know its alot to ask but i really would like to try your methods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spoonta69
    so far i have read the chest and back training threads. great stuff so far but (i hope im not the only one) im having a hard time trying to work out your examples of exercises by thier descriptions. is it possible to get some pictures of what you mean? i know its alot to ask but i really would like to try your methods.

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    That may be a possibilty,as I realize my explanations don't always get the idea across.I posted a better explanation of the cable flyes in the chest thread,with the help of a member here,who drew a wonderfully descriptive diagram.So check that out,if you haven't seen it,and maybe I can get some pics soon.

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    spoon, you might also ask a question about the excercise you don't understand. I had questions about some and got quick replies. I think I understand most of them now.

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    Man that is good info.

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    http://www.thetrainingstationinc.com/exercises.html

    This link covers some exersizes, there are better sites with actual .avi's or mpeg's but if you're on dialup that could take a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrappingYoungLad
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    Standing between the pulleys,with a handle in each hand,flare out your lats and bend your arms to a 90 degree angle.Keeping your arms at this angle,use your lats to pull your upper arms behind your back.keep the cables”in line”with your lats.As you lower the stacks,keep your lats flared as you “round out” your upper back,stretching as you resist the lowering.Do not straighten your arms.Then repeat.

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    Hello,

    I'm having a really hard time to picture what you wrote regarding these cable rows, but they sound like just what I need. However, when I go to try them in the gym, with two adjustable height pulleys across from each other, I'm finding it awkward to do what you describe. I've made a diagram (don't laugh at my drawing, and its in orange highlighter too, as its all i had to write with) :-).


    Is this basically what you are supposed to do? I'm finding that the handles hit each other and one arm has to be higher than the other. Please give any input if you can. Thanks.

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    Your elbows are in close to your body and your hands are outside of them.Think of pulling your elbows behind you,using your back.Hope this helps.

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