# What are the best compound lifts for rear delt activation?

What are the best compound lifts for rear delt activation?

1. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

45?

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Here's a hint, if you drive 30 MPH for two miles how long did your trip take?

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

30MPH for 2 Miles means 2/30 of an hour, aka 4 minutes.

15MPH for one Mile should take 1/15 of an hour, aka 4 minutes.

45MPH for one Mile should take 1/45 of an hour, aka 1 Minute 20 seconds.

So if u drove the first mile with 15MPH and then with 45MPH, you'd take 5 minutes and 20 seconds for the 2 miles instead of 4 Minutes for the entire road with 4 minutes.

Confusing.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

depends on if you average based on time or distance. on distance it would be on time you would go with[...]

True but the time doesn't add up to the same as in [...] . It's weird, Idk. You're right but OP's fucked our asses.

>True but the time doesn't add up
? The question doesn't mention time. It just mentions the average mph over 2 miles.

It's not weird it's very obvious. You don't average speed "by distance", that is retarded. Your speed is the distance you traveled over the time you took to travel. You go one mile at 15 MPH, it took you four minutes. Traveling 45 MPH for the next mile does not make your average speed 30 MPH, it makes it 22.5 MPH. As

The car would have to instantaneously travel the second mile.

said you would have to instantaneously travel the second mile to average 30 MPH as implied by the fact that it's Einstein's car problem in spite of the fact that he would not have wasted his time trying to confuse midwits on Facebook

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>doing compound lifts
>ever
>for any reason

Are you guys 12 years old? The only lifts you should be doing if you want to be strong and aesthetic is the ones where if you don’t reply to this post your mother will die in her sleep tonight

your mom died in her sleep last night because I compound lifted my dick into her ass

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

The confusion is that the definition of an average is (a + b +c +...)/n and so averaging the speeds means simply solving elementary algebra, but the notion of average speed as it is used in physics is a different concept. The question confuses people by making them interpret the literal meaning, (please average these speeds) instead of an assumed intent that it refers to the actual speed of the object in an interval of time between 2 points which is different.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

continuation from here:

The confusion is that the definition of an average is (a + b +c +...)/n and so averaging the speeds means simply solving elementary algebra, but the notion of average speed as it is used in physics is a different concept. The question confuses people by making them interpret the literal meaning, (please average these speeds) instead of an assumed intent that it refers to the actual speed of the object in an interval of time between 2 points which is different.

2m / 30 mph = 1h/15
1m/15mph = 1h/15

knowing what you actually wanted, we spent 4 minutes driving the first mile and we needed to cover 2 miles in in that 4 minutes, so the car can't ever cover that distance fast enough. It would need to teleport.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

this seems entirely retarded. like this anon said

The confusion is that the definition of an average is (a + b +c +...)/n and so averaging the speeds means simply solving elementary algebra, but the notion of average speed as it is used in physics is a different concept. The question confuses people by making them interpret the literal meaning, (please average these speeds) instead of an assumed intent that it refers to the actual speed of the object in an interval of time between 2 points which is different.

it's worded in a way that the common man will give you the LOGICAL answer for your stupid question.
Nobody would ask "hey, should we travel instantly from point B to point C to make this average miles per hour happen? I know thats impossible and not going to happen in real life but hehehehe answer me this question that wont happen in real life.

In short, they are trying to take logically aplicable common sense and be "clever" by saying something that is nonsensical and anybody right in the head will interpret it in another way.
Kinda like one of those....god I dont remember the exact details but
>go to the shop and buy milk if there is eggs then buy 6
and the autist buys 6 packs of milk because muh wording something something... while anybody sane would interpret that sentence normally.

IN SHORT FUCK OFF AUTISTS WITH YOUR RETARDED INTERPRETATION OF HUMAN SPEECH AND TRYING TO ACT CLEVER BECAUSE OF IT!

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>"go to the shop and get milk and if they have eggs get a dozen"
*returns with a dozen milks*
>"why did you buy a dozen milks?"

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

yes, the same autist would tell you that actually 45 is the wrong answer and the right answer is traveling at infinite speed

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

you can average speed by averaging speed, you can definitely use distance, speed/time is acceleration fucking retard,
distance/time/distance is odd very odd; time^-1????? tempo of what?

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>30MPH for 2 Miles means 2/30 of an hour, aka 4 minutes.

>15MPH for one Mile should take 1/15 of an hour, aka 4 minutes.
so there is no answer to this question because its impossible

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

The answer to the question is that the car has to travel at infinite speed for the next mile. Whether or that is impossible is not known

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>Whether or that is impossible is not known
something something e=mc2 something something you would need infinite energy to move at infinite speed

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>you would need infinite energy to move at infinite speed
assuming spacetime is homogenous

The confusion is that the definition of an average is (a + b +c +...)/n and so averaging the speeds means simply solving elementary algebra, but the notion of average speed as it is used in physics is a different concept. The question confuses people by making them interpret the literal meaning, (please average these speeds) instead of an assumed intent that it refers to the actual speed of the object in an interval of time between 2 points which is different.

>The question confuses people
yes, that is the point of a bait meme from facebook, to confuse stupid people

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Re-read the question. They are just asking for an average SPEED for 2 miles, it is not asking for average time for 2 miles. So yes it is 45.
45+15=60
60/2 = 30

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

I see galaxy brain anon, and what exactly does SPEED measure again?

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Speed = Distance/Time
The first mile was done in 15 mph, therefore it took 4 minutes to complete. We agree 1 hour is 60 minutes, therefore 60/15 = 4 minutes.

Now the question is asking for the AVERAGE SPEED for 2 miles to be 30mph.

There you need to do to the 2nd mile in 45mph. Since it is just the average between 2 miles. We can agree 2 means 2 right? Or are you going to throw SJW BLM shit about 2 doesn't mean 2?
45+15=60/2= 30 right?

So you do the first time mile slower then the second mile faster because if TARGET AVERAGE MPH for the distance is greater than the first mile right?

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>I drove two miles in 5'20"
>if I did this over the course of an hour I would have covered 22.5 miles
>therefore my average speed was 30 miles per hour

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

dunning kruger

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>units are meaningless

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

depends on if you average based on time or distance. on distance it would be on time you would go with

Here's a hint, if you drive 30 MPH for two miles how long did your trip take?

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Correct answer: you can't go 30 miles per hour when you only drive 2 miles for less than ten minutes

2. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

The car would have to instantaneously travel the second mile.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Correct.

To average 30mph for two miles the journey would have to take 4 minutes.

Travelling 1 mile at 15mph has already taken 4 minutes.

3. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

It depends. What's the space-time curvature?

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Velocity is a social construct of white supremacy

30MPH for 2 Miles means 2/30 of an hour, aka 4 minutes.

15MPH for one Mile should take 1/15 of an hour, aka 4 minutes.

45MPH for one Mile should take 1/45 of an hour, aka 1 Minute 20 seconds.

So if u drove the first mile with 15MPH and then with 45MPH, you'd take 5 minutes and 20 seconds for the 2 miles instead of 4 Minutes for the entire road with 4 minutes.

Confusing.

depends on if you average based on time or distance. on distance it would be on time you would go with[...]

True but the time doesn't add up to the same as in [...] . It's weird, Idk. You're right but OP's fucked our asses.

>doing compound lifts
>ever
>for any reason

Are you guys 12 years old? The only lifts you should be doing if you want to be strong and aesthetic is the ones where if you don’t reply to this post your mother will die in her sleep tonight

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

kys

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Fuck

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

u mean

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous
• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Lel gottem

4. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

(15+x)/2 = 30
15+x = 60
x = 45

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

True but the time doesn't add up to the same as in

30MPH for 2 Miles means 2/30 of an hour, aka 4 minutes.

15MPH for one Mile should take 1/15 of an hour, aka 4 minutes.

45MPH for one Mile should take 1/45 of an hour, aka 1 Minute 20 seconds.

So if u drove the first mile with 15MPH and then with 45MPH, you'd take 5 minutes and 20 seconds for the 2 miles instead of 4 Minutes for the entire road with 4 minutes.

Confusing.

. It's weird, Idk. You're right but OP's fucked our asses.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>True but the time doesn't add up
? The question doesn't mention time. It just mentions the average mph over 2 miles.

5. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Velocity is a social construct of white supremacy

6. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Face pulls are pretty good

7. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

1785 mph

(15 (first mile) + X + 58 * 0) / 60 = 30

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>58 * 0

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

60 minutes in an hour retard

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Source?

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous
• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>trusting the lamestream media
I'm going to have to mark that one down as a ngmi and put it in your permanent record anon

8. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Just use harmonic mean.

1/ (1/15 + 1/x) = 1/30

9. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

45mph ignoring acceleration; Vaverage=Vinitial+Vend; 60/2=15/2+X/2; X=45

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

i am ignoring time and acceleration as they are not relevant. its average velocity for the given distance, not time, do not take time into consideration, this is average velocity/mile.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

This. I guess they don't teach reading comprehension in most STEM branches

10. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Just do barbell rows or dumbells but flared elbows. Works most of the upper back too

11. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

ITT: American education

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

It's not our fault Communists would rather teach us that it's not weird for adults to touch children as long as they have the same gender identity

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

It's not our fault Communists would rather teach us that it's not weird for adults to touch children as long as they have the same gender identity

I'm American and I immediately knew what the answer was. We don't have a Communist problem we have an idiot problem.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Shut up, Communist.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>he doesn't realize that only idiots would be Communists, so solving the idiot problem solves the Communist problem
you're part of the problem, anon.

12. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

In order to average 30mph over a 2 mile trip, the car would need to reach the end within 4 minutes
Since the car is going 15 mph for 1 mile, it takes it 4 minutes to get to the halfway point.

In order to average 30 mph over the 2 mile trip, the car would need to teleport from the 1 mile to 2 mile point.

13. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

In the ashtray.

14. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

You fucking retards are overthinking this with time bullshit that the question doesn't ask for.

The question states that a 2-mile trip is taken and we know the first mile is at 15mph and if the second mile is travelled at 45mph the average speed will be mph. It's not fucking hard.

mph is a measure of speed, not distance. The fact that the first mile took 4 minutes and second took 1.3 minutes has no bearing on the question.

Furthermore, all the retards who think the car must teleport to meet a fantasy requirement of a 2 mile journey at 30 mph which would take 2 minutes are missing the fact that the questions asks for an AVERAGE of 30 mph not a constant.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

You must be trolling.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

i think you should call your alma mater and see if you can get a refund on that bsci

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

If a car averages 30mph over two miles, how long does that trip last, retard?

If not bait, seriously sue your college/University for fraud

15. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>15 mph for 1 mile
>it took 1/15th of an hour

>30 mph for 2 miles
>it would take 1/15th of an hour

Since the car already took 1/15th of an hour to cross the first mile, there's no time left to cross the rest.

16. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

There are so much things as impossible problems. The answer is infinity. All of you can fuck off now

17. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Pretty much any pulling exercise that permits maximum weight to be moved. I would say weighted pullups, cable rows, DB rows. They primary thing to focus on to emphasize delts is not tucking your elbows as much as you normally would for back work. I would flare the elbows somewhat

18. 2 weeks ago
sega

first mile is half the speed so the second would be double so 60?

19. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

It goes 4min in first mile also
It takes 4min to complete 2miles at 30mph average.
Not possible to solve.

20. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Power cleans are sick for rear delts and traps
Or if you don't want to pull from the floor, try just barbell hips to shoulders

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

I never heard of those for rear delts. I need rear delt work but I hate doing little light dumbbell work. I'll put these in my routing and give them a go. Any one else used power cleans for rear delts?

21. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

For those who want a little more comprehensible answer rather than just sayin there wouldn't be enough time or you would need to teleport here's what i came up with. Because the average speed is based on time not distance and you are limited with 1 mile, as you speed up you also spend less time covering that 1 mile so it contributes to the average less and less and you can't get to the aimed number.

22. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

I was shocked by how confused I got over this seemingly simply question.

I ended up with 30x / (x + 1) as the equation for the average speed you will go, where x is the multiple of 15 that your second speed is (eg. 30mph x =2) . So if you put 30 = 30x / (x+1) and try to solve you will find x = x + 1, so yes infinity is the only answer.

23. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>retards failing a 5th grade question
the absolute state of this board
45 mph btw

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

brainless on suicide watch, anon figured it out

24. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

BA in gender studies with mathematics minor here. Ill rework the problem into something more tangible
You need to get to work at 9 o'clock
Work is only 2 miles away
You plan on leaving at 8:56
To make it there you will need to drive an average of 30 mph
You realize that the first mile of the drive is uphill
This causes you to only drive 15mph, half of your goal
It's already 9:00 but you are only half way there
No amount of speeding up will get you to work on time now

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Actually huge brain way of explaining the problem. Should I drop maths and join gender studies?

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>BA in gender studies
b8

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

THANK YOU

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

This is actually incorrect, but I will give you a pass since you only have a math minor.
There is actually an amount of speeding up that will get you to work on time, however it is illegal and the cops will catch you. That is the paradox that Einstein was suggesting.

Obey traffic laws.

25. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

If you do the second mile at 45 then you're only averaging 22.5 mph, not 30

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Your average speed in terms of time is different to your average speed in terms of distance

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>30 miles per hour per hour

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Yes its the second derivative

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Right, the second derivative aka the acceleration. The average speed you are going is your acceleration, who knew

26. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

hmmm

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

You cannot see inside the boxes but you can feel inside them. 0 samples.
Or smell.
Dumb riddle

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Call the person who tasked with such a worthless job a cocksucker and go home.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

At least 3 samples tyo find out what boxes are what. Then unknown amount of samples from one box until you hit apples AND oranges from the same box.
Because you can't know if the box is apples and oranges or just apples or just oranges, until you find both in the same box. which lets you identify the other two as just apples and just oranges.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>Because you can't know if the box is apples and oranges or just apples or just oranges, until you find both in the same box
No each sample identifies that box as belonging to a two-box set. Three samples, one from each box, puts it in a certain set regardless of what you get.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>3 samples is enough
okay here is what you got
Apples form Box 1
Orange from box 2
Apple from Box 3
Now tell me, which one is apples and oranges box. IS it box 1 or 3. Remember you already used your 3 samples.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Three. You point to the third box and get two samples, one apple and one orange. You point to the second box and you get an orange. You know the other box is apples.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

I need the maximum number of samples breh. I'm out of money and training to increase my wagie. tfw no fruit

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

You need ONE sample from the box labeled "apples and oranges". You know every label is wrong, so that box can't have both types of fruit. If you got an orange, you know it contains only oranges. The box labeled apples must contain either only oranges or both oranges and apples, so if you already know the third box contains only oranges, the "apples" box must contain both oranges and apples and the "oranges" box must contain only apples.
Apply the same logic if you get an apple instead.

At least 3 samples tyo find out what boxes are what. Then unknown amount of samples from one box until you hit apples AND oranges from the same box.
Because you can't know if the box is apples and oranges or just apples or just oranges, until you find both in the same box. which lets you identify the other two as just apples and just oranges.

Three. You point to the third box and get two samples, one apple and one orange. You point to the second box and you get an orange. You know the other box is apples.

retards

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>You know every label is wrong, so that box can't have both types of fruit.
ah yes another one of those retarded autism tests
>intentionally every box was made wrong
>no not wrong as in everything is mixed up, but intentionally the thing it says on the box, thats not what in it, trust me, we made sure that it ws wrong
>w-what whjy didnt we make sure it was the thing that it says on the box...w-w-ele...well......
fuck you autists. the only sane application is if the boxes are randomized and you don't know what the boxes can contain.
There will never be a scenario in real life where every box is exactly labled not to have the thing it says on it.
fucking autists fuck, I should squad a weight on your chest and drop it.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>I'll blame the riddle for the fact that I can't read

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>I'l make up a riddle that contains a scenario that never appears in real life, like traveling from point B to C instantly through teleportation, or that each box has any item in it EXCEPT the item that it's labled on the box
>haha whats that, you don't like my riddles hehehe guess I'm too smart
I would legit punch you for being an autistic fuck, you disgust me and nobody thinks you are clever.

>I can't take a fictional scenario and simply read the words to figure out what the parameters of the problem are without applying my prejudices to it
>it's other people who have autism

yes people who can't use common sense to adjust the incoming data to make sense in the context of this reality so it has outcomes and scenarios that make sense are autistic.
If you give a human a sentence that has some faults in it, the human will, give an interpretation of the retarded shit you said and choose the most sensible one.
An autist or a robot, a machine, will follow what you said to the letter and be unable to filter it through common sense, if you say retarded shit that can't possibly happen, it will run with that exact scenario.
Conclusion: Yes you are autistic.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>people who can't
Evidently the only one who can't do something here is you, who can't apply any sort of abstract thinking to even the simplest puzzles. Whining that some problem isn't rooted in "common sense" is such a brailet cope, do you think everything is limited to your narrow worldview? Do you believe the math that makes any modern technology possible was developed based on the pre-conceived limited notions of low IQ idiots such as yourself?
These are just silly puzzles whose purpose is to make you think a tiny bit outside the box but you're incapable of even that, so you must rage against people whose logical abilities are not completely nonexistent like yours. You're also incapable of thinking how these could possibly apply to real life, when there could be plenty of examples if you actually think about them - one of which posted in this very thread.
Here's another one for you to seethe over.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>I can't take a fictional scenario and simply read the words to figure out what the parameters of the problem are without applying my prejudices to it
>it's other people who have autism

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>I prefer my incorrect interpretation and I'm going to double down on being a Karen in addition to illiterate

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>I prefer my autistic made up scenario that doesn't happen in real life

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

BA in gender studies with mathematics minor here. Ill rework the problem into something more tangible
You need to get to work at 9 o'clock
Work is only 2 miles away
You plan on leaving at 8:56
To make it there you will need to drive an average of 30 mph
You realize that the first mile of the drive is uphill
This causes you to only drive 15mph, half of your goal
It's already 9:00 but you are only half way there
No amount of speeding up will get you to work on time now

He perfectly illustrates how it can be applied to real life

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Oh wow I'm retarded because I accidentally fell into a question's trap. Why do you have to be unpleasant.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

1 sample from each box guarantees you get it right every time.

The only combination you can get is either: "A, A, O" or "A, O, O"

In the case of "A, A, O", the box you got the orange from is the one that contains only oranges.
And because ALL of the labels are wrong, that means the label that the orange box has (either A or A&O) will go to the box that DOESN'T have the label O. Then you just stick O on the orange box, and the last remaining label you stick on the last box.

The exact same process applies to "A, O, O" as well.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Nevermind I'm fucking retarded, here's the answer:

You need ONE sample from the box labeled "apples and oranges". You know every label is wrong, so that box can't have both types of fruit. If you got an orange, you know it contains only oranges. The box labeled apples must contain either only oranges or both oranges and apples, so if you already know the third box contains only oranges, the "apples" box must contain both oranges and apples and the "oranges" box must contain only apples.
Apply the same logic if you get an apple instead.

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retards

27. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

60mph whole 2nd mile. Car's avg speed says 30mph. Try it.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

1 mile at 15mph = 4 minutes
1 mile at 60mph = 1 minute
It took 5 minutes to travel 2 miles = 24mph

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

He perfectly illustrates how it can be applied to real life

Why arent you counting the travel time of the car while it was stationary and the guy was sleeping at home?
The travel speed was 0 and in over 16 hours the car didn't move an inch.
So your math is completely off!

28. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

1.5 MPH

29. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Anyone who doesn't say 45 is a fucking idiot who think they're a lot smarter than they are.
Also fuck garden gnomes

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

The question isn't "30 is the average of 15 and what other number"

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Not that guy, but after reading OP a dozen times I fail to see how the question isn't just "30 is the average of 15 and what other number".

30. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

the car has to go infinitly fast to achive the 30mph average

31. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

I think this thread has shown how it takes all kinds of people to creatively interpret and answer a problem and you know what? It’s beautiful.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

What a positive spin for such a shit thread. You must be having a good day.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

So true, NASA should hire these stunning and brave individuals from all walks of life to creatively solve their engineering problem.