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    Now sure ice done these and I've done them holding a cpl 45's to warm up my hams and back ... Now I have thought of doing them like this but have never tried them....now I have to. Anyone seen anyone doing these and what's the most you've seen uses?? Curious ;-)

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    Never thought of using a BB on hypers before - definitely going to give these a try.


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    • #3
      I always do that with dumbbells, gonna get barbell a shot next opportunity!
      :preach:

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      • #4
        Interesting.


        I always loved hypers with bands
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        • #5
          I used to do these in my low back/ham rotation once holding 2 plates got awkward and downright dangerous. I used a straight curl bar instead so there isn't so much barbell hanging off to the sides. You can really pile on the weight this way. Have fun.
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          • #6
            I did it before but had some problems with stability of barbell on my back
            So now I hold 45plate on my chest and do 25+reps

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            • #7
              My low back is so jacked right now I wish I could do them without any weight. Tried to pick up the newspaper this morning and back froze up. But ONE DAY I will give them a shot.
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              • #8
                I remember reading Oly lifters training routine from the 70s/80s in MILO years back and he did them with a barbell behind the neck (like a good morning, but on a hyper bench). So, of course, the general idea is nothing new.
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                • #9
                  Did these quite a bit last year, saw good hamstring development from it. I would use and EZ Curl Bar and set it down on the ground (I was never going over 100lbs). The EZ curl just made it a little easier to grab it off the ground to get started.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by RedSkull View Post
                    I remember reading Oly lifters training routine from the 70s/80s in MILO years back and he did them with a barbell behind the neck (like a good morning, but on a hyper bench). So, of course, the general idea is nothing new.
                    I remember reading about that but I never understood how the hell they could keep the BB in place behind their necks....especially on regular hypers. I personally think the 45* hyper is better overall and especially for adding wt to cause of the resistance from the start. I gotta give these a try cause I think holding the wt at arms length would probably work the back as a whole better. Ah I'll give them a try and then try and get some videos up if I can work up to any serious wt.
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                    • #11
                      Thanks, dunn. These look really cool. I'll have to remember them.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by thedunhill225 View Post
                        I remember reading about that but I never understood how the hell they could keep the BB in place behind their necks....especially on regular hypers.
                        Good point...
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