What is this?
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What is this?
The 'traditional' because that was the way people were doing it in the beginning (80's somewhere)
Which is less accurate than autopsy.
Moon weighs 500 tons.
No, it actually weighs 7.35x10^22 kg.
My point is you can't overhead press it.
LOL not sure if srs.
Regardless of how you train (US) you will never get any medals because of your retarded steroid system.
Those spotters were retarded. Okay, obviously they couldn't completely stop the bar but could at least slow it down if they had been prepared. The left one didn't even bother having hands under the...
I like your username. That's all.
I wonder this aswell.
So snatch can't fatigue you aswell. Since it's even faster and weight is lighter. Seems legit.
I'd never do gomad, I like food too much.
That's not my arguement for refutation (is this even a noun?) of any theory. I came across it on one board and that was the word used if I recall correctly.
But it does make sense.
I wasn't writting that.
Then what about this: if you start with Dl setup your hips are high meaning there is greater torque on your lower back therefore it gets fatigued by the time you stand up?...
He had gotten it now.
Even if your body construction enables you to bring the bar in that exact position (very unlikely) you would not have used your body's levers to their potential, resulting in less force production,...
My friend posted this from my account so I'll let him answer if he feels like.
Sure, but most of it happens right there.
I was talking about lifter's weight being distributed over the heels. Surely the bar could not be over the heels since it would have to be inside...
I am going to try and explain this.
The body is composed of a series of levers. Olympic lifts are most efficient when the best use of these levers is made such that the barbell reaches the point...