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    5 Things You Can Train Everyday (From Christian Thibaudeau)

    An interesting article I came across recently. Have any of you gone through some of these methods? Any feedback on these?

    https://www.t-nation.com/training/5-...train-everyday

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    Had no idea you could do side laterals every workout. Iím going to try this one!

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    I like this guy. He’s very knowledgeable, all his stuff is good to go. Posts a lot of great articles.

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    Originally Posted by Uncle manny View Post
    I like this guy. He’s very knowledgeable, all his stuff is good to go. Posts a lot of great articles.
    I agree, I've been following his articles for the last few years now. He wrote some impressive books too.

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    Kool, thx for the share..!

    Into the Archives it goes , of course I'll give it a look-see too..!

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    Originally Posted by Grizzly911 View Post
    An interesting article I came across recently. Have any of you gone through some of these methods? Any feedback on these?

    https://www.t-nation.com/training/5-...train-everyday

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    Never would have thought lateral raises. I'm going to give that a shot.

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    Never would have thought of lateral raises everyday. I read this a few days ago and have been trying it. I'm assuming it would pertain to front and rear raises also?

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    Originally Posted by MotorCityMuscleZ View Post
    Kool, thx for the share..!

    Into the Archives it goes , of course I'll give it a look-see too..!

    MotorCity
    Just now saw this. Thanks Motor!

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    Originally Posted by dragon1952 View Post
    Never would have thought of lateral raises everyday. I read this a few days ago and have been trying it. I'm assuming it would pertain to front and rear raises also?
    You'll mainly want to focus on the medial and rear delts.

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    I would encourage you to try side laterals with a cable crossover.

    Also, prowler pushes are something you can do everyday. You'll feel like death during but the next day.... you don't feel like you did anything b/c you won't be sore. I have done prowlers 3-4x week with no negative impact on my strength training or recovery.
    There are 2 kinds of pain in life... The pain of discipline and the pain of regret. Your choice...

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    Thanks for the help. How long should the prowler sessions be?

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    Originally Posted by Grizzly911 View Post
    Thanks for the help. How long should the prowler sessions be?
    I normally do 5 prowler pushes (working sets). I rest anywhere between 90sec to 3min depending on the weight and distance I am pushing the prowler. If it's heavy pushes it may be 3 min rest and 60 foot pushes. If it's light it may be 240 foot pushes with 90 sec rest. And you can push the prowler, you can pull it behind you, and you can pull it laterally. They accomplish different things in terms of working glutes, hams, quads, hips, etc.
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    i do lateral raises every day as it is. its part of my warm up...u use ur shoulders for just about every upper body movement in some compacity so i get it.. i dont think this training method will get u huge though imo...will definitely get u strong and prob lean but dont know how much mass it will bring.
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    Laterals but high rep or low rep?

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    Originally Posted by HeiseTX View Post
    Laterals but high rep or low rep?
    I'd say mostly moderate to higher reps. It's too easy for form to get sloppy and other muscles to take over when doing laterals heavy.

    Other muscles will always contribute to some degree, but to keep the focus on the Lateral head, for me anyway, I stay with the moderate to higher rep ranges,
    I stick with 10 reps on the lower end and 20'ish on the higher side.

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