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These 4 Exercises Injured Me…Badly!!! Should You Avoid Them? | Gabriel Sey

These 4 Exercises Injured Me…Badly!!! Should You Avoid Them? | Gabriel Sey

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for four bloody exercises that mess me up and put me out of the gym for a considerable amount of time you want to know what the hell they are Gabriel Q danger what’s going on guys Gabriel say a cane or two backward a number two tomatoes de death was just probably get started don’t forget to hit that like button if you like this type of content it’s the only way that I know that you like it here are the four exercises benchpress dips upright row and squats here’s why two words for you internal rotation now we all know that I don’t like to fog you down with a scientific kind of oh and if you look at the sign wave of the shoulder and then the obtuse angle of the forum you’ll see that the analytical so internal rotation what am I talking about internal rotation of the shoulder internal rotation of the shoulder oh I mean you know when I said on the bench press that you want to pin your shoulder blades back bring your shoulders down like that so down and pin your shoulder blades back so that doesn’t happen that’s the internal rotation you’re probably thinking but again you’ve got all these videos what you’re talking about this is how you improve your bench press this is how you to improve your bitch hmm so let that first of all let’s look at a person with long arms myself compared to a person with short arms and you will see a big difference the range of motion that I am allowed when I get to the bottom of the lift when I go to touch my chest if it’s not in the right alignment in the right place shoulder internal rotation messes me up every time I wasn’t thinking this back then now you probably ask him what what is all of this internal rotation internal rotation that’s all I keep hearing you saying Gabe internal bloody rotation because it’s important when your shoulders go into a position of internal rotation is the most vulnerable point of the shoulder so point position that’s a better word position the most vulnerable position of the shoulder so here’s the rule of thumb you don’t want to load with heavy weight and internally rotated shoulder that makes sense so I know it was the last week of the video that I did was talking about lateral raises and I was talking to people about turning the wrist in so you’re hitting the lateral head and then the the keyboard warriors came on you know I’ll Gabe but you’re internally rotating and shoulder and then it’s gonna cause you’re under heavy load I am NOT going to do a lateral raise with a flipping 50 kg dumbbell and you’re going to pick a weight that’s lighter because that’s all that that tipping muscle can take and you’re not internally rotating the shoulder because you’re not doing this you’ll go up and just a little twist at the top just just to hit the latch lateral head there oh that’s my head a little bit I’m back sorry about that so going back to the bench press if we look at the fact that my arms already long so especially when I go down Bom Bom position of the bench I have a risk of internal rotation of the of the shoulder then add the fact I used to bench press like dog poop all the time like this which already is in a position of internal rotation as opposed to this there so I’m benching like this with me long arms snap city here I come on the first class train yeah but now you’re probably thinking but Gabe you mentioned dips and op right rows and squats how did your tonal rotation affect those or Jimmy i’ma tell you right now let’s have a look at dips I used to do a lot of bench dips I’d I’d get a bench behind me and I’d load up like remember I used to put like 520 lat already when you’re like that in that position internal rotation then I move to the parallel boards the only something just doesn’t feel right and you’re just doing it because your training partner is doing it what I said you should do it too they load enough weight and then they probably got well for me they had shorter arms than me it’s just it didn’t make sense for for me to be doing it because I felt pain not oh this is sore pain pain I kept on doing it started getting the sternum like crack like it just felt like my whole chest was gonna split open like senile alien or something but I should have stopped doing it because even when I was using the parallel bars there was still I don’t know what it was something I should really just go back and look at my form and see what it is but I haven’t done dips for a while but I feel it straight in the shoulders like instantly machine ones all right though machine dips good the dose then upright rows upright rows this is the most obvious one check this as soon as you go to pick up the bar your shoulders round forward into an internal rotated position then with heavy weight you’re trying to keep a slip or fuel down right now you’re trying to keep a really strict read a better thing to do would be to maybe go a little bit wider or use the EZ bar so you can at least pinch back a little bit and use a tiny bit of momentum so you’re not putting strained from from the get go so it’s not like if you think about if you’re pulling from there it’s all the strains go in there like right into the rotating wood I’m pointing to where the pain is back and fuel whenever I do this so it’s growing right in there if I use a little bit of momentum then I bypass that a little bit I rope is a little bit better because you can you can pin back a little bit but the bar way around haven’t done there in a while and then squats squats it’s the only one that has nothing to do with internal rotation this was literally purely for the fact that I was just I was scared of going deep like a scale of going balls deep all the way I was scared so I’ll used to do these core squats because it fed my ego you know do these little newer ones load up loads away and you can do these little ones and then people that don’t really know what the hell they’re talking about they go oh my god way that’s bloody amazing and then you’re sitting there like yeah gee gee what is garbage disclaimer here if you see people doing pin squats from a quarter squat position or they’re doing box squats um of course but what quarter squat position they are most likely track and field athletes so if you see these people and they’ve got Eva the best iron from the pin or they’re starting from a box and they’re doing quarter squats stopped rolling because the main reason why quarter squats are so bad on why they damaged me is because I was doing them with no pins no box general science make mechanics behind the squat when you go down into a squat you then need to control the force down and then bring the force back up right if you’re quarter square and that point at which you then need to change direction sheer force going straight through your knee boom ouch do that long enough knee problem and I’m not I’m not ashamed to say but that was me the only way that I feel that you guys can learn is if you hear mistakes that I’ve personally made or I’ve seen people close to me make okay I can spout off all kinds of stuff of like all you shouldn’t do this this is a huge mistake you shouldn’t do this oh look good like sit on my high horse we’re but no I’ve done this I’ve lived it I’m winded not physically wearing the t shirt right now I have a lot of those to you t shirt you know what I mean what that is it hope you enjoy the video I hope it helped hope it enlightens you thank you for watching don’t forget to leave a little comment I know Gabe are you doing don’t get to like the video smash the ten year smash that ting subscribe to the channel if you haven’t already and I’ll catch you guys on the next one whooping its girls okay I got a pic of that person the chocolate keeping up workers no gangsta you just in that person..

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