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    Default Q&A Episode - They Really Donít Know Anything | Starting Strength Radio #62

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    Mark Rippetoe answers Starting Strength Radio fan questions and responds to Comments from the Haters.



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    Regarding the concept of POAs. You need a slogan, something like "Old Lives Matter".

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcH1974 View Post
    Regarding the concept of POAs. You need a slogan, something like "Old Lives Matter".
    Given the COVID reaction, I think this slogan is probably unnecessary.

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    Old Guys Rule!

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    Re: grip strength, I understand that if you add 100 lbs to your deadlift, your grip got stronger. But it is said there are three types of grip strength" crush, support, and pinch. Deadlifts directly train only one, and only in one position. Isn't that like training squats by only using isometrics at one knee angle?

    I am sure that between direct training from deadlifting, and just the whole body getting stronger from the NLP, one's grip does get stronger. But if one desires grip strength is particular wouldn't some direct training of crush and pinch gripping help? I can see the logic of not adding it to the NLP so I am not really arguing against Rip's answer, more of a general question.

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