2. eating toast with vegemite
3. watching my donut intake
4.Sleeping on my front
5. Doing 100pound leg extensions at 12
6. Manning up on the rugby field
7. Training chest and arms only
8. Training body part splitts
9. Not training
10. All body training(minus legs)
1-10 is my history in chronological order different things work at different times :D
1. The Simplicity of Periodicity
3. ART treatments
4. Colorful compression tights
5. An extra inch of heel for squats
6. Thick white fitness socks pulled up to knees
7. Stopping the dicking around in the nutrition department
8. Stretching my shoulders 5 times per day
9. Removing neck-lining from all t-shirts
10. Keeping the hip forward at all times on squats
Sleeping on my side I've found I have to have a pillow between my knees and have my laying side arm at 90 degrees to the body, and the other arm on my side with my forearm resting on the pillow for minimal internal rotation. Apparently they design a pillow specifically for this that runs ~3/4 length of your body.
I prefer sleeping on my back, but apparently the fiance doesn't as I tend to snore in that position.
2. high load/low (5) reps
3. rotators are THAT important to warm up
4. pulldowns are shit, do pullups
5. do weighted pullups
6. Avoid Smith machines
7. Don't neglect legs
8. Two half reps don't do a single full rep
9. Put together a training schedule that's "fun" for you, that way you won't miss any training day.
10. Did i mention rotator cuff?
1: Go heavy, but try to keep the reps to at least ten.
2: Go for full movements, don't half ass it.
2: A lot of rear delt work.
4: Free weights.
7: Bench presses
8: Heavy dumbell flyes( 80-100 pound dumbells), really deep stretch at the
bottom and a full lockout.
9: Behind the neck barbell presses
10: Stretch, stretch , stretch
I guess we are all in agreement from reading every post.........stick to the basics, stay consistent, and don't bullshit