Can you explain the proper way to do hypers, you explained in SLL I didn't really understand. I do them every week so I figured I'd do them right. Did you watch The Walking Dead last night? Thoughts?
I haven't seen the Walking Dead yet but it must be good because everyone is talking about it. I have a video on the hypers.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G1EB4C5CGiM
Paul,On deadlifts I go knock-kneed at higher weights. Poor hamstrings? And, no, I'm not normally knock-kneed in life.
Poor glute medius strength. also sounds like poor setup and technique. You need to keep tension on the glutes throughout the pull. If you aren't doing this you could very well be asking the body to call on the adductors when it gets heavy in order to initiate breaking inertia.
Hey Paul,Do you think the close grip bench press is something that could be performed at least 3x/week by a novice with good shoulder health and flexibility as long as technique was spot on?When I mean "could be" I mean without a significant risk of injury. Which would be the primary anatogonist muscles to make sure stay in balance if such frequent pressing is done?
My question would be...."why?"
Ah you must mean as opposed to every day. That's a good question.
I can't find a reason for wanting to close grip bench at the very most, twice a week.