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I am in need of a good tricep workout in the gym. Something apart from skull crushers, and that won't aggravate my L5 S1 sciatica. Maybe a good bicep workout as well. thanks folks


  • RangerRRanger on da rangePosts: 805
    There are a lot of good workout routines you can view on-line, that is where I put together most of my workouts. You can customize your routine what suits you best and doesn't worsen your symptoms. I just read an article last night on how simple pull-ups and chin-ups can be better then barbell and dumbbell curls because most of the time your body weight is more then the weight we curl. Thinking about it, it really does make sense at least for me.
    Take care,
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