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I would have to respectfully disagree with all but the one arm row and possibly the over head press. While they focus on unilatal movements and I appreciate that but those movements should be more of a supement than the actual approach to training. Strength development, fixing weaknesses, and learning the technique should be the driving issue here... My list:1 Back squat performed the same way consistently to learn the lift/technique with precision.2 one arm db row with sufficient loading.3 hamstrings. Strengthen them through all methods avaliable to you & often. 4 bench press trained as a whole body movement not the bodybuilder style lift.5 Overhead presses done weekly, variety isn't bad but OHP done with a barbell while standing should be the most frequent option. (All with the assumption that dead lifting is occurring on a regular basis)
I disagreed with the article and offered a different take but it's.....only my opinion on the issue.
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