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September 16 2009 3:29 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by: pahulkster

I think rolling the shoulders is risky, but a lot of people do it. The trapezius doesn't move the shoulder that way, so it's not really an effective move.

Yes, 405lbs. Four 45s a side. That is a lot of weight, but you really can go heavy on shrugs when you build them up. I don't think I could do that right now, but it is a good benchmark. Remember though that if you are just going for aesthetics weight doesn't mean anything.



okay, I think for good measure I will start with 200lbs tonight and see where I go. I ended up removing the fly machine from my circuit so this will be a great addition in its place.
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September 17 2009 12:39 AM   QuickQuote Quote  
shrugs are overall better than the standard upright row for those that have injury prone shoulders. they're a little less intensive but still a very effective move. also, use dumbbells.
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