Machine Exercise Technique

When your 10th grade English teacher told you that you could be anything you want if you just work hard enough and don’t give up, she did NOT mean for you to end up on someone’s YouTube fitness channel lookin’ a hot mess! With this series of short videos, I’m going to help you avoid a whole bunch of S. H. I. T.

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Video #4: Face Pull

With this series of short videos, I’m going to help you avoid a whole bunch of S. H. I. T.

Some exercises remain very controversial. Most people fall into the “you can” or “you cannot” do Upright Rows camp. I think you should NEVER do Upright Rows. The problem with Upright Rows is that no matter how you lift, you’re putting your shoulders into impingement.

I have a safer way to work the traps: Face Pulls. As with the Row (see video 3 of 12), you start from the back, then follow through with the elbows (not elbows, back).

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Machine Exercise Technique, 1 of 12: Introduction

Video 1 of 12: Introduction. With this series of 12 short videos, I’m going to help you avoid a whole bunch of Silly, Highly Ineffective Theatrics.

Machine Exercise Technique, 2 of 12: Chest Press

Video 2 of 12: Chest Press. With this series of 12 short videos, I’m going to help you avoid a whole bunch of Silly, Highly Ineffective Theatrics.

Machine Exercise Technique, 3 of 12: Seated Row

Video 3 of 12: Seated Row. With this series of 12 short videos, I’m going to help you avoid a whole bunch of Silly, Highly Ineffective Theatrics.

Machine Exercise Technique, 4 of 12: Face Pull

Video 4 of 12: Face Pull. With this series of 12 short videos, I’m going to help you avoid a whole bunch of Silly, Highly Ineffective Theatrics.

Machine Exercise Technique, 5: Lat Pull Down

Video 5 of 12: Lat Pull Down. With this series of 12 short videos, I’m going to help you avoid a whole bunch of Silly, Highly Ineffective Theatrics.

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