The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness
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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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    Physical therapists with an orthopedic manual...

    Physical therapists with an orthopedic manual therapy fellowship should be trusted to manipulate, however there is more to manual therapy than just high velocity, low-amplitude thrusts. Proper...
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    Alex summed the historical problems with...

    Alex summed the historical problems with Chiropractic fairly well, and subluxation based care does certainly still exist.
    However many Chiropractors are now practicing in an evidence based manner...
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    This is pretty common, read this- ...

    This is pretty common, read this-

    http://www.t-nation.com/free_online_article/most_recent/4_steps_to_fix_your_triceps
  4. You could also do rhomboid activation exercises...

    You could also do rhomboid activation exercises multiple times a week outside your regular training sessions. Here is a good one-

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1K1L72HeeKI

    I would probably do...
  5. The good news is you're already had it...

    The good news is you're already had it diagnosed... it's not torn and you know what the problem is. As you probably know supraspinatus impingement occurs when the acromion process rubs on the...
  6. Thanks, after my meet in January I'm going to hit...

    Thanks, after my meet in January I'm going to hit 5/3/1 hard with the intention of sticking with it for a year or more. Hopefully the flexibility will allow me to make steady progress despite my...
  7. I suppose I'm not confident in either choice...

    I suppose I'm not confident in either choice because I've been somewhat stagnant for awhile. I need a better training schedule and a good partner or team but that's not happening in the next few...
  8. Ya, I can definitely see a correlation between my...

    Ya, I can definitely see a correlation between my front squat and deadlift as well. I should really make them a higher priority in my training. I like your log... good detail without too much...
  9. That's awesome! The crazy thing is that you seem...

    That's awesome! The crazy thing is that you seem almost ideally built for all three lifts. That's some awesome leg drive on those deads!
  10. I checked out your log... that's pretty...

    I checked out your log... that's pretty impressive progress. I wonder how much your strongman training has benefited your deadlift? I noticed you incorporate front squats in different rep ranges as...
  11. Hey kingns- I happen to have bryants...

    Hey kingns- I happen to have bryants metroflex-gym ebook. I'm thinking of possibly using a a linear program to peak for a meet in Jan/feb, then hammering 5/3/1 or westside hard. What routines have...
  12. Thanks for all the great responses! This is...

    Thanks for all the great responses! This is exactly the kinda feedback I was looking for, although obviously there is no consensus (too bad, that might make things easy). I guess it comes down to...
  13. 5/3/1 or Westside, picking a program for long term sucess

    Hi everyone, I've been reading threads here for a couple months. I'm a intermediate trainee with a couple meets under my belt. I plan on continuing to compete RAW and I'm looking for a good way to...
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    You should definitely get checked out by a sports...

    You should definitely get checked out by a sports med. guy. Most commonly people injure their rotator cuff (but not always), and you may be suffering from an impingement that won't get better unless...
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