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1. Which is the capital of Manipur?


2. How may squares are there in a Chess Board?


3. The Paralympic Games 2008 were held in


4. Which of the following is not a missile tested in Indian Missile Programme?


5. Lines on a map, where pressures are equal, are called



6. What is meat by myopia?


7. Genome is the key to tomorrow's medical practices because


8. The role of chlorophyll in photosynthesis is


9. Communal electorate in India was introduced through which of the following acts?


10. One kilobyte is equal to


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    Dont Go Excessively Heavy On Rowing Exercises

    All the same things that apply to heavy chins apply to heavy rows, although I think the heavy rows are slightly less dangerous and would be more likely to increase loading on those before chin ups. Over time, however, you will find that a lot really heavy low rep rowing starts to yank away at that shoulder pretty good and can lead to long term damage. Again, best to keep the weights a little lighter and the reps a little higher on these types of exercises. This advice doesnt necessarily apply to beginners but when you get stronger this is something that you might want to heed.I prefer to have my guys do their heavy pulling in the form of deadlifts.


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