Triceps training

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    Brady
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    Two questions.

    1. In joe’s recent video explaining training triceps I see where is elbows position in the bench exercise. Wouldn’t it be bad to train in that position for your shoulder. As well as what is the difference between doing a tucked to the side elbow position vs the one in the video?

    2. When doing the cable movements in that same video. Are the attachments he is using called wrist cuffs?

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    Brady
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    Brady
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    Damn, you’re unlucky they haven’t answered. I will try my best. The JM press is not bad for your shoulder since there is little to no torque at the shoulder joint. I don’t know the difference between the two grip widths. Yes, the attachment is called wrist cuffs, they’re very usefull.

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    Brady
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    Damn, you’re unlucky they haven’t answered. I will try my best. The JM press is not bad for your shoulder since there is little to no torque at the shoulder joint. I don’t know the difference between the two grip widths. Yes, the attachment is called wrist cuffs, they’re very usefull.

    Yeah, I know.

    Thanks man I appreciate it.

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    BryceBahm
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    David
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    Hi there Bryce!
    I’ve got a few questions.
    What is the difference between lowering your smith bar to your middle chest versus lowering it higher (closer to the chin) on the jm press when talking about triceps recruitment?
    What are advantages and disadvantages of a more tucked in elbows , and if I’m able to keep my elbows tucked in when performing the “lowering closer to the chin”, should I continue doing it like that and is there a chance that it will result in greater gains?
    Thanks in advance!
    Sincerely,
    David

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    BryceBahm
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    Brady
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    Thanks bryce

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