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  • Thanks D.C. :)

    I just thought I'd pop in a little thank you to DC. I used your RP lateral raise machine technique for shoulders over the last 8 months. They are now too big for my arms.
    Makes me wonder what would happen if I made the move to D.C. Training completely...

    THANK. YOU.
    TEAM :tea: SKIP

    2012 IFBB Australian Grand Prix Novice 4th Place.
    2013 Nabba Victorian Championships Novice 3rd Place.

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    Can you give me a link or point me in the right direction where i can find this technique info. I thought I read eveything but obviosly not. It would be appreciated.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by ironsuicide View Post
      Can you give me a link or point me in the right direction where i can find this technique info. I thought I read eveything but obviosly not. It would be appreciated.
      I think it's hiding in this thread: http://www.intensemuscle.com/showthread.php?t=40010

      EDIT: try this http://www.intensemuscle.com/showpos...4&postcount=28
      Ph.D., Theoretical Physics '16
      kind of a douche

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Sammich View Post
        Thank You

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        • #5
          Iron, big DH does it in a shoulder training video. It should be pretty easy to find. Crikey I love this exercise!
          TEAM :tea: SKIP

          2012 IFBB Australian Grand Prix Novice 4th Place.
          2013 Nabba Victorian Championships Novice 3rd Place.

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          • #6
            Hmmmm. . . I hate to state the obvious but could you just tell us what the technique is? Is it the RPd lateral raise just facing towards the machine instead of out about 25rp?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by MachMood View Post
              Hmmmm. . . I hate to state the obvious but could you just tell us what the technique is? Is it the RPd lateral raise just facing towards the machine instead of out about 25rp?
              Read that link, its laid out step by step how to sit, how to grip, how many reps, how many partials, how often, etc etc

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              • #8
                Another variation I did was 20-30RP followed by 30 partials and a 30 second hold. To start my shoulder training. I do not train DC.
                TEAM :tea: SKIP

                2012 IFBB Australian Grand Prix Novice 4th Place.
                2013 Nabba Victorian Championships Novice 3rd Place.

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