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    Interesting stuff Rambodoc, thanks for that. Do you have any suggestions as to how I can progress on my TGU? Should I go for longer duration with the 24kg or heavier, lower rep?

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    Future: I am certainly no expert, but (left to my own ministrations), I would not beat the TGU so much. I would try the other things I mentioned. If you are using the TGU for rehab, going heavy for low reps (maybe half get ups?) may be fine, but it would be dicey if your form is off. So I would repeat the thought (let's not call it advice) that I would try to fix the specific defects in movement by mobilizing the joint such that I can be in a better position for OH movement. Does this make sense?

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    Interesting stuff Rambodoc, thanks for that. Do you have any suggestions as to how I can progress on my TGU? Should I go for longer duration with the 24kg or heavier, lower rep?
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    Yes it does, thanks.

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