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jboldman
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i can not believe that you are able to do painless calf prop shots?

HR what about lats?


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AryanSteel
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yeah JB , I couldnt either, but quads were out of the question & glutes
were not much fun either, my job is real physical so the pain was unbearable, after the first 1 or 2 times on the calves it was go time

my calves are small so maybe that made it easier, not sure, but I had to do somthin just to be able to get around jobsite

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rhinofight
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I'm limping just thinking about it! I'd probably pin right into a trigger point and faint.


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LOL

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HOTROCKS
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Posted by: jboldman

HR what about lats?

I still think I would need two hands

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Posted by: HOTROCKS
I still think I would need two hands

do you have a shoulder impingment that needs work?

And we'll collect the moments one by one. I guess that's how the future's done. Feist, "Mushaboom", 2005


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HOTROCKS
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No ! Just a big guy .

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jboldman
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<grin> when doing lats i need to grab the opposing elbow with one hand to lever the opposing hand close enough to get the job done!


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rhinofight
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Really JB? I just tried that technique (without pinning) and it seems very effective. Hmm, I wonder if lats may be my next choice after glutes. How is the pain in the lats?


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jboldman
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no more painful than other sites, in fact usually painless.


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