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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    Pain in tricep with CGBP but not dips

    Since two weeks ago my left tricep starts hurting even during the warm up sets of my CGBP. It hurts so much that I just don't do them. Before CGBP I've done my chest which consists of BB Bench, Incline DB Press, Pec Deck. After this I do CGBP and then move onto dips or skull crushers (Perferably dips but it all depends on how busy it is at the gym)

    2 weeks ago when I did my warm up set I thought I fooked up my left tri because it hurt bad. I walked around a bit, massaging it. Then thought I'd try dips. No problem I thought!! I went to do CGBP and again pain. First thing I thought was that maybe my form was off, but I had someone watch me that I trusted, and I had proper form. Is there something I'm missing? Anyone get into a similar mess?
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    If CG hurts, STOP DOING IT! Take a week or two off and try again. Do dips for now.

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    I stopped...and don't plan on doing them for a while. I just thought that there was something more scientific too it. Why would CGBP hurt but not dips, since it's working the same muscle. I'm still learning...
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    Is it your elbow, wrist, or tricep thats hurting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CiteCollegiale
    Is it your elbow, wrist, or tricep thats hurting?
    Tricep...my elbow and wrist are fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Y0yo
    Since two weeks ago my left tricep starts hurting even during the warm up sets of my CGBP. It hurts so much that I just don't do them. Before CGBP I've done my chest which consists of BB Bench, Incline DB Press, Pec Deck. After this I do CGBP and then move onto dips or skull crushers (Perferably dips but it all depends on how busy it is at the gym)

    2 weeks ago when I did my warm up set I thought I fooked up my left tri because it hurt bad. I walked around a bit, massaging it. Then thought I'd try dips. No problem I thought!! I went to do CGBP and again pain. First thing I thought was that maybe my form was off, but I had someone watch me that I trusted, and I had proper form. Is there something I'm missing? Anyone get into a similar mess?
    The last two times I tried to do CGBP, I felt as if my left tricep was going to give out. It just sorta completely gave out for a second or so, and then came back. Kinda scary, so I'm gonna lay off those for a while.

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