my shoulder/back routine... see any problems?

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  1. el Dano

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    so this is what i did today...

    so today im at 228lbs
    did the following:
    standard iso delts 3x10 90lbs
    curl 3x10 95lbs
    up right rows 3x10 110lbs
    DB row decline 3x10 45lb DB's
    DB shrugs 3x10 70lb DB's
    seated high row 3x10 190lbs
    seated low row 3x10 190lbs
    dec shoulder press 3x10 190lbs
    crunch machine 3x10 70lbs

    anyone see anything thig i should change?
    p.s. im a noob.
     
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  2. lif

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    what is a standard iso delt, a seated high row and how do you do a decline shoulder press?
     
  3. el Dano

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    this is a seated high row [​IMG]
    this is a standard iso delt [​IMG]

    and sorry its behind the neck press but this [​IMG]
     
  4. lif

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    And your using mostly machines for your exercises?
     
  5. el Dano

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    no, but i have been adding more to my routine.
     
  6. Huge Evil Robot

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    then stop
     
  7. hitmikey

    hitmikey DRIVEN FROM WITHIN

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    free weight movements with dumbells and barbells my friend. welcome to forming strong joints/ligaments/scienceceazestuff and in my opinion less likely of injury

    also medicine balls and those discs where your core must be stabilized against gravity
     
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    9 exercises?

    eep

    too much for a noob imo

    but im no expert so i'll shutup and leave for others to inform :hs:
     
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    hitmikey DRIVEN FROM WITHIN

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    agreed

    i just forgot to mention it in my last post it seems lot a shitload of reps.

    you need to actually undershoot your ability to handle the weight when you start out so that you know when you are moving up how your form changes
     
  10. el Dano

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    no i can handle that weight with no problem actually.
    im about to go up 10-20 pounds in a week.
    go look for my progress thread to see my changes.
     
  11. Skeletor

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    this will not end well
     
  12. V!

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    stop using machines

    The only machine i use is the shoulder press
     
  13. Skeletor

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    why not db/bb?
     
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    I like the machine better for that specific excercise, call me crazy, but i like it
     
  15. el Dano

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    ditto, i do DB too, but i like to use the machines.
     
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    That's a shitload of volume.

    Less isolation, more compound.

    Stick to the basics; Deadlifts, Pull-Ups, Rows, Military Press, Upright rows.
     
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