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    Quote Originally Posted by Cum Shot View Post
    Its official name is the Barbell High Front Lateral Raise or the BHFLR. Its not a good exercise to test strength for. MP is a great strength tester.



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    Quote Originally Posted by <ULTRA-MEGA> View Post
    what do you think about barbell cuban press? my shoulders feel good with them.
    Barbell Cuban Press looks great, can't hit shoulders better than that. Good for the rotator cuff, but i'd be making sure your nice and lubricated first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrek View Post
    Seem plenty.
    Activates the traps.
    yep I do plate raises for traps usually superset after something heavier on back / shoulders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cum Shot View Post
    Barbell Cuban Press looks great, can't hit shoulders better than that. Good for the rotator cuff, but i'd be making sure your nice and lubricated first.
    i've just been doing them lately every working on my shoulder stability and mobility. just using 1.5metre piec of metal pipe. i do a retractd and protracted band pull aparts and scapluar wall press and prone T's i believe i will press again some day. i need to start again with just the bar and micro load 500g every week on my lifts. i can never squat again tho becaeus of knees destroyed. mayb deadlift but my joint and connective tissues recovery isn't therr anymker.


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    Quote Originally Posted by <ULTRA-MEGA> View Post
    i've just been doing them lately every working on my shoulder stability and mobility. just using 1.5metre piec of metal pipe. i do a retractd and protracted band pull aparts and scapluar wall press and prone T's i believe i will press again some day. i need to start again with just the bar and micro load 500g every week on my lifts. i can never squat again tho becaeus of knees destroyed. mayb deadlift but my joint and connective tissues recovery isn't therr anymker.
    Great mate. Those other exercises seem like Physio and Chiro type exercises, keep doing them. With patience and healing you may very well press again as you say, just give it time and patience. Micro loading is fine, nothing wrong with that. I blew my knee out about 6 months or so ago and couldn't do one squat it hurt that bad, but i didn't let it hinder my training at all. In fact i said fuck this shit i'm gona go even harder balls to wall and keep lifting and i did and still am. Basically after i blew the knee out i still trained legs but did inclined treadmill, cycling, ski machine and stair machine for two weeks, then slowly moved over to vertical leg press for 3 weeks and upped the weight each session. Then did my first set of body weight squats after this, and ever so slowly added weight until one day there was no pain at all like it never happened. Tell you what those cardio machines like the stair master are fucken awesome, they give a good deep burn in the quads.


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    Seems kinda superflous to presses and normal raises. Plus it you would be in a high degree of external/internal rotation depend if it was over or under handin a fixed position and i know that would definately tweak something for me


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