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31 August 2011 5 Comments

Top Deadlifts.

I experimented and found that by deadlifting in a power rack and only lowering
the bar to my kneecaps, two huge benefits were obvious. One by not pulling the
bar from the floor I was no longer taxing the lower back and legs, and two, I
could now use significantly more resistance. The top deadlift allows you to
attack the entire middle and upper back with bone-crushing tonnage.

Weighted Chins

Chins are a harder and more productive movement because they require precise
balancing. Whatever you do, you should always use a fairly narrow pronated
(palms in toward you, underhand) grip rather than the much more popular wide
overhand grip.

E-Z Curl Rows.

By keeping the back at a 70- degree angle and pulling the bar into the gut, you
will experience a hereto unknown pump and burn in the entire lat. Don’t worry
that you won’t be able to use as much weight as with an overhand grip on a
straight bar. The return is that your lats will receive a much more thorough
beating and will grow larger.

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  • Mike said:

    good read!

  • F&P said:

    Great read!! I like doing close reverse grip chins also because I can feel the lats stretch more this way.

  • Hardgainer said:

    So taking this approach to my deadlifting will help to improve my results? I am going to need to take some time to check out the 70 degree angle approach you mentioned.

    These are new tips for me and I really want to get as ripped as possible. I hadn’t heard the weighted lift tip either. I’ve heard of the close reverse grip chins before, but I think I am going to try out your method.

    Thanks for these awesome tips!

  • Tom D said:

    Hey Folks,
    This is to let y’all know that Biogen is no good.
    There is nothing but negatives on this brand. I
    know they sent me 30 mls. of oil. At least it was

  • Billy Howard said:

    Nice advice on deadlifts.

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