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12/25/12 9:23 A

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I am up to 20 lb weights with legs and chest/back ... I almost need to go up to 25 lb weights.

Prone press and the lateral lifts are the ones that I am still lower one, those are tough and easy to reinjure my shoulder with.

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11/7/12 10:00 P

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you go girl!!

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OAKVILLAGE Posts: 463
11/5/12 9:32 P

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For the first round of S90 I started with 5 and 10 lb. dumbbells. Now I use 15 lb. weights for all but the prone press. For those I drop to 10 lb. This is my second time through S90. I plan on buying a pair of 20 lb. dumbbells before this round is finished.

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10/9/12 7:04 A

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I have 5 and 8 lb weights. I have 10 lb weights and have been trying to graduate to using them more consistently. however, i think that's how I might have hurt my shoulder. . So, I'm sticking with the 8 lb max for now for shoulders, 10 for biceps and triceps (except the overhead triceps extension--I tried one with the 10 lbs, heard a crunch in my neck and stopped--thankfully no pain)

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STARWARSYOGI's Photo STARWARSYOGI Posts: 624
9/25/12 11:42 A

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I am about at 10 - 15 lbs on everything except the prone press I am 8 lbs .... some I am 5 lbs ....

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9/20/12 6:29 P

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Wow, you gals seem to be a bit stronger than me. emoticon Motivates me to work even harder!

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9/20/12 11:33 A

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The Prone good morning - I use 5 pounds and also use that for the triceps where you do 30 reps....

Otherwise, 8 - 10-15

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9/19/12 10:29 P

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yeah, that's about what i use, the 8 - 15 lb for most, but on a few i have to use my 6 lbs.

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9/19/12 1:15 P

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I have a question for my fellow S90 dayer's...how heavy are the dumbells you are using for the S90 workouts? I use mostly 8,10 and 12 lb weights though I do have to still use my 6 lb weights for things like lunges and tricep triples. I would love to know what weights my teammates are using!

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