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Completely off topic, but wanted to get the RHET bros' opinion. 1. Bought a $400+ item from an international seller on B&S with a LOT of positive feedback (zero neutral/negative). 2. Guy promptly ships it out and a week later, I see it being delivered to a completely different city via tracking. 3. Guy claims he put down the right address and gave me the proper tracking number and says he'll follow up with his local post office. 4. Here we are a month later and they are...
Gahhh... I don't want to be that guy, but this is the Internet. Dan's actually pretty anti "Rippetoe hip drahve". His competition squat is low bar, knees forward, and fully quad dominant. When he's training sub max, there's no butt rise/chest cave. If you see it happening in a video at a meet, he'll be the first to tell you his technique was off.
Link to the SF approved eastbay comp shorts? Thx.
and this is why I'm not posting all the time. Back to lurking moad.
His program is 5 days (not as bonkers as it sounds) and there is some sort of rowing and/or pull ups almost everyday. He's also got a very bodybuilder-esque way of doing all these movements to target the upper back. Rep ranges are also very bb-esque (3-4 x 10-15). "You can never do too much rowing" he says...
Mark may be a descendent of Russian Weightlifting Jesus
Not TK, but ease of use lever > distant 2nd single prong > 3rd double prong. Need a 2nd person or a stationary pole to get it off. But as I am now discovering, the lever belt can push one of the belt ends into your love handles when you secure it (whereas you don't run into that problem with a pronged belt cuz the slack goes into a belt loop).I also have babby waist and my lever is set in the middle of the adjustment range on a mediumYeah... wanted to sleep in today but...
lol spotted at the gym... telescoping back scratcher:
Just received my black 13mm Inzer lever belt... going deadlifting with it tonight. Come at me hip bruises. The experts at my gym basically said 10mm belts are preferred by the fat dudes, especially when deadlifting. If you're not fat, get either, but the difference between 10 and 13 is noticeable. One of the coaches has a bit of a gut and has a 10 for deadlifting and 13 for squatting. They pretty much agree it has nothing to do with how much weight you're moving nor is...
Wait til you offer them the Theracane
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