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Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by gza, Apr 30, 2008.

  1. gza Banned Banned

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    alright, im gonna use the word "burn" here and i hope to fuck i dont get flamed.

    i've been doing alot of prehab stuff lately, namely external rotations as well as some lateral and front raises (yeah yeah). 1st and 2nd set, yeah, i get that "burn" bullshit, but by the 3rd and 4th sets, that pain just seems to completely disappear and i feel NOTHING. now this is VERY strange to me, because the discomfort is usually constant up until very recently and now ive almost become immune to it. any explanation for this or is this normal?
     
  2. RA89 Orange Belt

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    I think you have AIDS. Or you are fully warmed up and thus feeling less effect.
     
  3. Chaseg1520 Green Belt

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    you sir... are just a monster.
     
  4. gza Banned Banned

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    thats what i assumed but i figured i'd ask here anyway :redface:
     
  5. blakethemus Blake Belt

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    Is it a deep deep burn.

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  6. gza Banned Banned

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    preparation H
     
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  8. Ian Coe Silver Belt Professional Fighter

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    I'll let the exercise type go because its rehab work (it better be though, those and the usage of the word 'burn' make me feel slighty ymca ish). What rep numbers are you doing?

    I don't really ever get lactic acid inhibiting my workout. The next day I'll be sore sure, but not on the day. My muscles just stop being able to produce force by rep 4 or 5.
    Running and sprint work however [insert puke picture]
     
  9. vince89 Banned Banned

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    I think its okay to do isolation stuff on the shoulders. It can prevent injury to the rotator cuff and if you do BJJ you'll probably be getting your shoulders cranked so its helpful to strengthen them with isolation.

    If you read the Josh Barnett article I posted, he recommend isolation occassionally for guys who do any kind of submission fighting because limbs often get isolated and its not possible to recruit the other muscles like we would during a Push Press.
     
  10. Lusst Red Belt

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    Are you talking about YTWLs?

    I get crazy lactic acid build-up on the first set, but it goes away usually when I start my second set.

    Now sled pulls on the other hand...those just fuck up my legs.
     
  11. gza Banned Banned

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    exactly. im using the prehab program off t-nation
     
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    your kindof a big deal dude
     

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