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  • Makeoverfitness // Feb 2, 2013 at 3:23 AM

    This exercise behind the neck press and deep squats are all bad exercises I frequently see people doing. It’s more harmful when you are using heavy weight. It usually takes an injury to figure out the point is to get stronger and healthier, not to hurt yourself because of ego or misinformation.

  • TheJerd // Feb 16, 2013 at 12:16 AM

    Good stuff.

    It’s amazing to me how techniques change over time. When I was in High School taking weight training class we used to do shoulder shrugs by rolling the shoulders. Back then that was “proper form” now that is a huge no-no because of potential rotator cuff injuries.

    Just goes to show, you can never stop trying to learn and keep up!

  • Paul Raj // Jun 24, 2016 at 4:52 PM

    Hi, I started doing this for my neck improvement, and right now I could understand rowing – holding near and far are both injurious, yes i never felt pain over the course, for the months passed. I could totally understand your teaching and I am going to stop this right away, you could teach me some good workouts to improve my neck muscles, i was doing this upright row and as well as back row.

    I have been researching for the past 10 years how to do the best workouts to get a ideal body.
    If you are using linked in you can type my name paul moses rajesh ramalingam

    guide me in this, Thanks.

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