Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by Bacchus, Jan 9, 2010.
thanks. my tissot t-race i got at the duty free in st lucia
i'm not ceaze or nudes or anything but what i see:
at the start, you raise your hips, then lower your torso, then back to hips and legs.
i believe your torso should remain fixed until the bar gets to @ the knees.
gloves are bad for deadlifting and can actually hinder your grip.
better to reset your grip after each rep, not keeping it an inch of the ground and not bouncing it off the ground either.
its a sports watch, and has a great chronograph
1)your body is too far forward. You bring the weight up on the balls of your feet, and finish on your heels to balance. You can lift more by staying on your heels.
2) Your hips go up first, changing your back angle. Keep your butt down.
If you fixed your form, you'd be up 10-20lbs.
asian? why asian? I'm french canadian - 100%. Still skinny in the eyes of dudes here though...hovering near 170 now
shitty Grizzly ones that are almost already done with. I've had them since early summer.
They don't help with my grip- but they help with not tearing off the caluses on my hands.
yeah. I've been meaning to invest into chalk for a bit, but haven't gone down to the only place I know i can get it. Maybe head down there today even
I'm sorry for you bro
that we do.
i fucking love their accents when they speak english.
hot french canadian girls with light brown wavy hair make me jizz my pants
He's not a chick though, FTL.
I'd feel like a doof filming myself at the gym
love the middle eastern mixed with french canadian.
i'd feel like a bigger doof going on any further without knowing what i'm doing wrong
can see you going up on your toes at the start of each rep
werd. gonna try to concentrate more on curling them back next week
could just try lifting in socks as well... i had trouble staying on my heels because of the type of shoes i used to wear; went away when i started lifting shoeless
i've heard that. Those are DC skate shoes just got them not long ago and only been lifting with them for two weeks.
previously i was using my pony's below.
They've got a thinner thickness in the heel, maybe I should go back. I've got super-high arches so it's really a pain in the ass
Seems like you need to pull the slack out of your arms before you lift. It also looks like you start with your shins touching the bar, you going to want to start about 4-5" out from the bar and have your shins come in contact with the bar as you bend down. Also, you're all hunched over and caved in at the chest area, pull your chest up before you start the lift.
This should help
damn, you look to be around my size
I lift like a bitch
cool, thanks. any suggestions on pulling the slack out? i find by the time the slack is pulled out im ready to lift..should i wait longer?
yeah, my shins are pretty close to the bar
GSP is french canadian and he's a badass
In the video, mark tells the guy to bend his knees until the shins touch the bar?
Right, but your not starting out with them against the bar. they come into contact with the bar as you bend down, not before.