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There is such thing as hips too high and hips too low. Also your shoulders should be above the bar, not behind or in front of it.
Doing it right, homey. Zero contact. Move on with your life.
Golf-clap for GN's copywriting. I 'ad a laff m8
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Just let him hurt himself again.
There's an area in our gym that is only covered by 3/4" rubber matting. Dude cracked the floor underneath only deadlifting 315 with iron plates. Bumpers are okay though. Pretty dumb because we have deadlift platforms with a couple layers of plywood and then the horse stall mats on top of them.
A certain well known powerlifter I know (who squats a lot more than kstar) injured his hip pretty badly early last year messing around with a "toes straight" stance. Paraphrasing, but "always open to making form tweaks, but that one? never again"
220 @163 last October. Probably better now but definitely fatter
Pretty surreal watching our Charly lifting in the same flight as the likes of Ernie Lilliebridge, Tee Cummins, Kevin Oak, and Dan Green...
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