JFIFC    $ &%# #"(-90(*6+"#2D26;=@@@&0FKE>J9?@=C  =)#)==================================================iK" }!1AQa"q2#BR$3br %&'()*456789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXYZcdefghijstuvwxyz w!1AQaq"2B #3Rbr $4%&'()*56789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXYZcdefghijstuvwxyz ?UHڶdž5>d]]T~?Z ,2K3JctFsE/a*(*+銾VEfTޘܽzR "X$I#nXαhjo gZZL^ii,O g+֥]G] sZuao-S$z >̭1/ uj|"\; D~KsEID]Z$(è; ^Amu''^Wa,Xb1DѝM&SwswuZvsh̲4g& dB iwR0qs朤BNZ|/??eQh_5G={q]ZAkK[VMT I?glSKgk "HW#?^Z)KB3k;ۍJIdWV cxOMb]A peֻKrB`%>U yֵom+{dfNz*Jz\OMZqIe'\5[}+.R"|l|Ad[FbL'pF?s>KK?">s>bi(ݨk1ڼQY%Yzsm*<@0ҼDjz=ơ$ra9۟je}GZFPi~Otќ*:zzԪ#2:O'5׍ZڛUG򯢤`I_:xWyfNC+Oª)&Shث `Sj?ip}3*/}iz!/B)M18fSK͸H+v|*E@<br>Raise the Shoulders: <br>I credit Dr. Richard Borden, acting president of the NSCA, for the  raise the shoulders tip. If you get under the bar with the shoulders down, the bar will be placed on a narrow portion of the shoulders just below the neck. If you are experiencing pain, this might be the cause. The solution could be as simple as raising the outside portions of your shoulders when getting under the bar. Now the weight of the bar will be more evenly distributed along a wider area of the shoulders. Bottom Line: Raise your shoulders when getting under the bar to avoid pain.<br><br>Barbell Pads: <br>The problem with barbell pads when squatting is their instability. If you have a bar with a chrome center, it makes matters even worse. A barbell pad will have a tendency to roll down off the shoulders. People get barbell pads to avoid discomfort but you give up a secure, stable bar position. Barbell pads are essential for lifts like the Jerk Press, Push Press or any lift with the bar moving up and down behind the neck. This is especially true with bars that have knurling in the center. You can rub the back of your neck raw even to th