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Michael Petrella

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darcycook wrote:
Michael Petrella wrote:
entsminger wrote:
==Scott==
Michael, I'd be curious as to how often the rare first gen and older machines actually get used in your gym?

All the time. The super geared hip and back is one of the most used pieces in the gym. Some of these pieces like the double chest gets plenty of use from taller and broader clients while someone who is shorter and slight of build just won't get as much out of it. However a 10 degree fly fits most very well. A piece like a compound triceps doesn't get much use because most don't have the control to utilize it properly. We are fortunate enough to have enough options to accommodate everyone.

Michael
i have the 2st hip why don't more people know the value of the hip ext? never liked the duoply hip . i like doing both legs same time


I'm not sure. I suspect many shy away from it because it is such a hard exercise done properly with adequate weight. Pendulum makes a single arm Hip and Back now which I really want to try.

Michael
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Bill Sekerak

California, USA

Michael Petrella wrote:
entsminger wrote:
==Scott==
Michael, I'd be curious as to how often the rare first gen and older machines actually get used in your gym?

All the time. The super geared hip and back is one of the most used pieces in the gym. Some of these pieces like the double chest gets plenty of use from taller and broader clients while someone who is shorter and slight of build just won't get as much out of it. However a 10 degree fly fits most very well. A piece like a compound triceps doesn't get much use because most don't have the control to utilize it properly. We are fortunate enough to have enough options to accommodate everyone.

Michael

The first compound tricep machine I saw was brand new and had just been put in place at the Duncan Y in Chicago. It's not easy to use and I believe most people couldn't use them properly which killed the demand. The pads ,that keep the torso from rising , on the MedX tricep machine were the solution to the problem with the original Nautilus compound tri. Arnold was at the Y that evening to guest pose for the AAU Mr. MidWest and Sergio was in the audience. Sergio worked out at the Duncan Y.
What a great time !
The Winner of the AAU Mr America went on to London in the fall to compete for the NABBA Mr. Universe as a tradition of sorts with Viator being the first Mr. A to break with that tradition.
Goddamn Joe Weider and his defacto drug use promotion destroyed all of the fun.
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Brian A Schamber

Texas, USA

Doug is the taskmaster and he never sits down.
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

==Scott==
Aside from the foot peddle assist it might have had I've always wondered if the omni shoulder was any better than say a double shoulder?
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