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ka
ka
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2008/10/26, 09:58 PM
Nice Bro

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Quoting from merrillj:

Nice work Mutt.


I got 435X1 on October 18th at 205 BW. Here's the video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FT-mJN9Nbw

On a side note I got a 425 squat on September 22. Here's the video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8SqdDV72E4M&feature=related
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SFGiantsMVP
SFGiantsMVP
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2008/11/10, 06:14 PM
Nice lifts bro but on your squat your head look to straight forward and a look down at one point and is why I think so stuck or when you stuck you got that rock forward a tad but you still got that lift and went low.

A possibility also could have been the mirrors and if you looked into it your head followed the lift.

More then I can lift right now so I'm not talking you down one bit and I may also be wrong.

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SFGiantsMVP
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2008/11/10, 06:17 PM
After a second look I see you started your squat looking downward and at descent you peek even further down then brought you head back up but still looking downward.

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SFGiantsMVP
SFGiantsMVP
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2008/11/10, 06:23 PM
Nothing to brag about but I got 340 clean and fast for 1 rep today.

I'll get there, I just have to stick with it and believe in myself.

It went like this.

5 x 215
5 x 255
3 x 300
1 x 340

Kind of hard to be proud when your seeing other with 4 to 6 plates get theirs easily.

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merrillj
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2008/11/11, 07:03 AM
Thanks KA and SFGiantsMVP.


I do look down at the front support of the rack when I squat. Looking down in that manner helps me to sit back properly. It was something I picked up by reading Mark Rippetoe's book. That squat was at the very edge of my ability, hence the slight form stutter.


Nice pull by the way. Keep working hard.



7707mutt
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2008/11/11, 07:14 AM
I got a rack pull of 455 two weeks ago.

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2008/11/12, 01:10 PM
great job Mutt. What's your weight these days?


I hit 715 lb deadlift yesterday. I posted a link in S/P.
SFGiantsMVP
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2008/11/12, 01:17 PM


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Quoting from menace3000:

great job Mutt. What's your weight these days?


I hit 715 lb deadlift yesterday. I posted a link in S/P.
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Your a badass!

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bigandrew
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2008/11/16, 01:09 AM
Your pulls looks good....I would try to sit back on my heals more and get my shoulders even with the bar not over.


As for your squat, I wouldn't look down, that's just me. Your set up, your chest is already a little forward. I'd focas on something eye level and keep it there. Looking down and actually moving yoru head, put s a unneeded curve in the spine. I'd also loose the squatting infront of a mirror is possible, that screwed me up alot.


If you do have to look down do so with your eyes, not your head. As you come out of hole, then look up.
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Quoting from merrillj:

Nice work Mutt.


I got 435X1 on October 18th at 205 BW. Here's the video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FT-mJN9Nbw

On a side note I got a 425 squat on September 22. Here's the video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8SqdDV72E4M&feature=related
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SFGiantsMVP
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2008/12/10, 12:03 AM


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Speed work and pauses has been doing wonders for my squat and bench and speed and deficit work for my deadlifts seem to be doing good also.

Here is what I came up with for a deadlifting cycle until different weakness comes along.

Week 1 Deadlift Speed Work 60% 6x3, 75%x5x2
Week 2 Deadlift From A Deficit 65%x5, 75%x5, 85%x3x2
Week 3 Deadlift Speed Work 60% 6x3, 75%x5x2
Week 4 Deadlift ME 65%x5, 75%x5, 85%x3 & 100%x1
Week 5 Deadlift Speed Work 60% 6x3, 75%x5x2
Week 6 Deadlift From A Deficit 65%x5, 75%x5, 85%x3x2
Week 7 Deadlift Speed Work 60% 6x3, 75%x5x2
Week 8 Deadlift ME 65%x5, 75%x5, 85%x3 & 100%x1

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