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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    Andrew, you're wasting a lot of time here.
    Well old man Rippetoe ,not everyone learns fast and I ain't ashamed of asking for help .

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    You're still moving your butt and shins, but the angle and moving of the camera makes is really hard to get a good look.

    How much weight have you gained since last time you posted?

    Reading the sticky and following the filming guidelines will help me help you better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    Andrew, you're wasting a lot of time here.
    I'd say about 50% of my time interacting with people on the internet is probably wasted time. I just don't know which 50%.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewLewis View Post
    You're still moving your butt and shins, but the angle and moving of the camera makes is really hard to get a good look.

    How much weight have you gained since last time you posted?

    Reading the sticky and following the filming guidelines will help me help you better.
    I'll fix it for good now , all of it . 2KG gained(81.9Kg) as of last weigh in. Thank you very much

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewLewis View Post
    You're still moving your butt and shins, but the angle and moving of the camera makes is really hard to get a good look.

    How much weight have you gained since last time you posted?

    Reading the sticky and following the filming guidelines will help me help you better.
    97.5Kg*5
    97.5Kg*5 - YouTube

    How about this ? the room is very small this is the best shot i could come up for the time being without bothering other folks .
    I'm using chalk in the video .

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    This is a little better. The filming is much better.

    You're fidgeting too much. When you set up, move as little as possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewLewis View Post
    This is a little better. The filming is much better.

    You're fidgeting too much. When you set up, move as little as possible.
    Okay Coach . Thank you for the feedback .

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