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Old 01-28-2013, 05:14 PM   #81
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These dips fuucked me man. There's something wrong in the bone in my chest I think. The pain I have right now is making me postpone my chest shoulder day. All I'm doing is the 50 squats. It doesn't feel like the pain is on the muscle but I guess it might be.
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Old 01-28-2013, 05:24 PM   #82
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If the pain you are describing is anything like a "ripping, stabbing pain in the center of the chest" (best I can describe it) then its normal I think... if you've ever done slow cable crossovers you know this pain.
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Old 01-28-2013, 05:27 PM   #83
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These dips fuucked me man. There's something wrong in the bone in my chest I think. The pain I have right now is making me postpone my chest shoulder day. All I'm doing is the 50 squats. It doesn't feel like the pain is on the muscle but I guess it might be.
Does the pain originate from where your pectoral muscle attaches to your sternum? I used to do weighted dips regularly and injured that attachment when I exerted a beast of a cough. I couldn't do any heavy chest or dip exercises for almost a year afterwards.
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Old 01-28-2013, 05:33 PM   #84
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These dips fuucked me man. There's something wrong in the bone in my chest I think. The pain I have right now is making me postpone my chest shoulder day. All I'm doing is the 50 squats. It doesn't feel like the pain is on the muscle but I guess it might be.
I truly think it's your dip position causing you problems man. You need to be more centered. Similar to the guy in red (..minus all of the kipping).


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Old 01-28-2013, 05:47 PM   #85
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Maybe but I've been doing them like this for over a year. It also happened after heavy benching a while back and the only thing that seems to aggravate it is dips. Ill see how I feel tomorrow. It's not too bad.

And yea it does feel where my muscle meets my bone
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Old 01-28-2013, 05:51 PM   #86
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Maybe but I've been doing them like this for over a year. It also happened after heavy benching a while back and the only thing that seems to aggravate it is dips. Ill see how I feel tomorrow. It's not too bad.

And yea it does feel where my muscle meets my bone
It doesn't mean that it's proper form.
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It doesn't mean that it's proper form.
I know. I just don't think that's the issue. I just think it's one of those things that happen no matter what. Just like my other minor issues it will pass
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Old 01-28-2013, 10:15 PM   #88
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Bi's and tri's tomorrow! Dip video coming this way!


I need to up my intensity with my Bi's. I can never seem to get them sore no matter how hard I push them,
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I need to up my intensity with my Bi's. I can never seem to get them sore no matter how hard I push them,
Don't worry about soreness. It means nothing in terms of workout quality.
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How many do you guys think I can do? I have no idea. And not on the rings. I'll try to get a video
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Truth!!!!!
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Old 01-28-2013, 11:42 PM   #92
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Someone come to San Antonio and work out with me. No one ever wants to out of my friends.
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Old 01-29-2013, 12:26 AM   #93
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I may be in SA sometime this year for a Capoeira event. I'll hit you up if I go. I was there 2-ish years ago.
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How many do you guys think I can do? I have no idea. And not on the rings. I'll try to get a video
Judging from your physique, the fact that you're a swimmer, and seem overall very fit I'd say you're into the 30's. Try it out and let us know how it goes.
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Maybe but I've been doing them like this for over a year. It also happened after heavy benching a while back and the only thing that seems to aggravate it is dips. Ill see how I feel tomorrow. It's not too bad.

And yea it does feel where my muscle meets my bone
I had this pain for a while. Abandon dips for now and, when you get back into them, don't let your shoulders push forward. Keep your Chest pushed out. This generally comes with staying more upright and not leaning so far forward.
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I had this pain for a while. Abandon dips for now and, when you get back into them, don't let your shoulders push forward. Keep your Chest pushed out. This generally comes with staying more upright and not leaning so far forward.
ok cool. I will do that.
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ok cool. I will do that.
Why is it that when I suggested that your form was the problem (..which I can ascertain just by looking at you on video; it's pretty easy to see), you replied, "I have been doing them this way for over a year and have never had a problem, sooooo.....I don't think that's the issue, etc.", but when Dave basically tells you that your form is the issue and suggests that you change it, you say, "Ok cool! I will do that."? Muthaf@cker! Geez!

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