is it true that OHP is one of those exercises that have very high tendency to give you snap ticket?
When I look at 5x5 offered for beginners squat, dl, oht
it is like endless snap testing for newcomers
5x5 is meme tier for linear progression. Even an absolute beginner with no history in physical exercise would only be able to run that for a month. Just fucking do SS.
To answer your question, no. Most people should have no problem doing OHP. The real snappening would be press-behind-neck, while is not a bad exercise you should be careful going heavy.
Also post this in the QTDDTOT next time.
Well duh but u lean back just enough for it to get past your face, overextending to the back will snap u up. If u do this its either not tightening ur glutes or just bad mobility
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No. Try to keep your back as straight as possible.
This is true and is exactly why they removed it from the olympics and they don't even do it in powerlifting. Bending backwards essentially allows you to use your chest more and thus you can lift heavier however you are putting your spine at great risk.
if you use shit form. also, learn to keep your body as tight as possible, squeeze feet into the ground, squeeze quads, squeeze HARD glutes and abs, squeeze lats
do all this and your body won't allow you to get into a position such that an injury is likely, in any meaning of the word.
I just snapped my right shoulder last week from OHPing, and im not a total noob, i do 70kg for 5. Now im thinking about switching it out for something else once it heals. Im on a PPL routine, any suggestions? (i already do lateral raises and reverse flys)
Okey bud, but that still didn't answer my question. What are some good exercises to replace it with, because pretty much all evidence points to OHP as a bad movement for the shoulders and im gonna go with science before some anonymous dude on a forum.
weightlifters have being doing the press as an accessory lift for years
how do you think dmitry klokov could do a 170kg strict overhead press without snapping up his shit if it's a faulty movement
the problem is you, not the exercise
and there aren't any good shoulder exercises aside from the press and dumbell raises, unless you want to do the retarded half rep bodybuilding dumbell press shit but that exercise is way more harmful to your shoulders than doing an ohp
just forget about OHP, they cause problems for people with weird acromions. Just do one arm DB presses, focusing on time under tension. Much safer, very effective, although you cant really brag about your weights to "hardcore" people like with OHP.
No need to get upset you little manlet dyel. :)
Yeah and most lifters have bad shoulders later in their life as well. It's not liek the olympics removed it since it hurt so many professional athletes.
Or why arnold and sylvester stallone now press in the smith machine or not at all since they hurt their shoulders.
she act like a slut whole time, women today do not have self respect
The more weight an exercise lets you handle, the greater its potential to fuck you over.
However, there's also a greater potential for gains. It's on you to train smart, warm up properly, use good form and listen to your body.
>this girl is only 18
Man she's hot as fuck but why do kids age so fast these days? I guess that's part of the Hollywood lifestyle
how about watching proper form vids and recording yourself
you can't eliminate all compound lifts, and if you injured yourself with one of them, fuck man
you fucked up
either kill yourself or start watching your form
there's not really a whole lot of options bb
Puffy nipples desu
>tfw she will most likely look like shit by 30
why do women age so poorly compared to their male counterparts? obviously there are some outliers who keep looking good, but why is it not as common in women as in men?
I know that many women neglect actual skin care because they can just use makeup
>got a pimple? Just cover it with makeup
>skin looking rough today? Better just put on some makeup
Not to mention makeup itself is probably not good for your face.
Also women have more delicate/fragile skin then men
Sorry, guys. She's a night rider.
the ideal facial characteristics of men are not as damaged by age as much as womens are
For an example, wrinkles are okay on a man, he is supposed to look "rough", not so much for females, they are supposed to be soft, fragile, delicate, and etc. Age just does not support those traits
There's also that fact that people's become more angular as they get older, which can take away from the femininity of a face. People's noses and ears never stop growing either, and it's more acceptable for a man to have a bigger nose than a woman.
OHP is one of the hardest lifts to get right in terms of correct form and progression. Even if you have the form down, injuries like "weight lifters shoulder", rotator cuff issues, supraspinatus tendinitis etc are going to be almost unavoidable over the longer term. that doesn't mean you shouldn't do it, just be aware that its easy to overdo it, or do it wrongly, and you won't realise until its too late.
Fucker that knows nothing spits out shit.
They removed Clean and Press because it was impossible to check for the proper form, thus people cheated by turning it into a Clean, Lean and Incline Press, therefore whoever had a better strech could press higher weights. Spine had nothing to do with it and it's impossible to snap your spine by OHP unless you're really retarded, which you are.
I'm saving you from the previous retard: Watch Alan Thrall or Rip's videos.
The layback wasn't actually the problem (it had been a constant since the first few Olympics and they'd always given up on dealing with it after each attempt at changing the rules). The issue was people figuring out the first straightening up bit of the lift could be used to disguise knee bend and get away with a push press, combined with nobody being able to agree on just what to do about the judging inconsistencies.
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If you plan to quit weightlifting in a year after you get bored and develop some other interest, by all means do heavy OHPs. If you're in it for the long haul don't even think about pressing something overhead unless you can do it ten times or more.
Let it heal then try dumbbells. Range of motion is more natural.
Try one armed push press with a dumbbell. That helps you get out of the really stressful lower portion and you get the most natural range of motion.