[quote]Mr. Mister wrote:
We don’t determine the Form for anything you are doing as BB’er.
Your progress does that.
The above is okay, for a LITTLE while, but again, ‘micro-progress’.
Antares, I don’t quite understand what you’re saying here. Are you saying that your form is determined by your progress?
It seems you do not understand what I meant by progress.
On the highest level ( to a BB’er ) that is larger/aesthetic muscle.
Whatever form gets you to the above, without hurting you is the ‘correct’ form in BB’ing, for every movement in a trainees rota.
We can not tell the OP this, only HIS muscles can.
You might get this on a macro level, as in movement selection can and should be personal.
However, 8 guys doing ‘Back Squats’, may be better off using 4 different techs between the 8 of them, but there are only 2 different techs between these 8 trainees.
We can say ‘that shouldn’t injure you, OP’, sure, we can say that…But he could still fuck up what LOOKED like safe tech, tomorrow, somehow.
He’s saying that all we can do is give, at best, an educated guess on form that’ll keep your relatively safe. But there’s a difference between form and execution. If doing an exercise a certain way isn’t hypertrophing the right muscles, then you need to change your execution, or use a different exercise. Like, for instance, if you use the Flat Bench Press as your main chest movement, yet you feel it all in your shoulders and triceps, and your chest is lacking, then you need to adjust how you perform the exercise or get a different one. Went off on a bit of a tangent.