Changing Plate Raise

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  1. _Kanwisher!

    _Kanwisher! Guest

    I've recently moved into my new apartment and I'm trying out the Hypertrophy 2.0 routine in the sticky. I've got my cousin working out so I had to change Pendlay rows to Seated Cable Rows for his sake (and seemingly mine), and I noticed we were having trouble getting 12 reps (for this workout) doing Plate Raises. Call me weak, but I just couldn't finish my 3rd set properly doing a plate raise with a 45 and I definately couldn't add weight when the rep scheme decreases. I imagine Plate Raises work your shoulders, what should I replace them with so that I can be more flexible with weight change?
     
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    use a 35lb plate dumb fuck
     
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    I see scum is still allowed to post in this forum.

    LA Fitness in Downtown Atlanta does not have a 35lb plate, nor does it have a plate larger than 45 lbs. I guess what I was trying to get across GTLifter, was that PlateRaise for the workout I'm using just isn't working out and I'm looking for an alternative.
     
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    well the hold a 25lb plate and a 10lb plate together.....you are dumb
     
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    or use dumbells....

    also ignore me because I like to troll.
     
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