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  • Jordan Feigenbaum
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    Originally posted by Powerpuff View Post
    Awesome!

    Thank you for taking the time to reply, and for all the amazing content you provide at Barbell Medicine. To be clear I have been addressing the shoulder issue as per the Barbell Medicine prescription, but now I can keep adding the hip thrusts as well - safe in the knowledge that they are Feigenbaum-approved
    Perfect. I was just making sure we didn't turn you into a centaur unintentionally.

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  • Powerpuff
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    Awesome!

    Thank you for taking the time to reply, and for all the amazing content you provide at Barbell Medicine. To be clear I have been addressing the shoulder issue as per the Barbell Medicine prescription, but now I can keep adding the hip thrusts as well - safe in the knowledge that they are Feigenbaum-approved

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  • Jordan Feigenbaum
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    I don't think that doing hip thrusts is likely to help your shoulder and I'd rather you address the pain by training that area via a tolerable exercise selection, load, tempo, etc.

    That said, if you want to do hip thrusts, that's cool with me. Butts are cool

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  • Powerpuff
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    Adding Hip Thrusts to Powerbuilding I

    Greetings o smart people,

    Can you think of any serious cons to adding hip thrusts to the Powerbuilding I program?

    I am subbing them in for one of the pressing exercises on day 3, because my shoulder is being a little bi**h (i.e. painful) and my pressing loads are very low atm. Hip thrusts seems like a reasonable way to add a full body movement without aggravating the shoulder. Furthermore, I really enjoy doing them and who does not want to have a generally prepared ass

    I also love the updated version of the template, so thank you for all the work going into that (and the other resources at BM). I do however really miss the ability to play around with the programming skeleton, so if you ever consider unprotecting that sheet again it would be much appreciated.

    Cheers,



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