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1404: The Importance of Hand Position When Exercising the Triceps, What to Do If You Are Always Hungry, the Fallacy That Partial Reps Help Save Joints & More

In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin answer Pump Head questions about the advantages of using a supinated grip over a pronated grip for tricep exercises, the validity of training with partial reps or a limited range of motion to save joints, strategies to deal with a big appetite, and the pros & cons of chiropractic care.

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  • Mind Pump reminisces on their childhood collections. (7:30)
  • Wild wildlife stories with Mind Pump. (14:43)
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  • Mind Pump’s Halloween plans. (25:10)
  • Welcome back Mind Pump sponsor Caldera! (26:05)
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  • Fun Facts with Justin: Do you believe in superstitions? (33:10)
  • Get your own Pluto Pillow! (38:25)
  • Strange Science with Sal. (40:30)
  • Kids will blow your mind! (43:03)
  • Mind Pump Investments. (46:19)
  • #Quah question #1 – When is it more advantageous to use a supinated grip over a pronated grip for tricep exercises? It’s obviously risker when doing exercises like skull crushers, but does it hit the tri’s at a different angle? (48:23)
  • #Quah question #2 – What would you tell a client who was told they only have to train with partial reps or a limited range of motion to save joints? (54:03)
  • #Quah question #3 – I have a big appetite and I always feel hungry. What are some strategies you have used to help? Are there foods you have used to hack big appetites? (1:00:25)
  • #Quah question #4 – There is a lot of skepticism on chiropractic therapy and its origins. What are your opinions and do you think it helps? (1:04:56)

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