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post #35176 of 46410
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Originally Posted by Khayembii Communique View Post

What does squats have to do with anything? And no I don't do that when squatting.

 

It's a really common thing. I don't feel like transcribing it but it's on page 32 of starting strength if you have a copy.

post #35177 of 46410
Does your body don't need as much sleep if you're not doing anything? Got mad last night because I was only able to sleep 6 hours or so, but realized all weekend I just sat around playing Wind Waker. Didn't leave the house at all icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif Well once for Chipotle.
post #35178 of 46410
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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post

It's a really common thing. I don't feel like transcribing it but it's on page 32 of starting strength if you have a copy.

Oh, I see people do that and they look like idiots so I know I'm not doing that haha. It's only after DB press days
post #35179 of 46410
Haven't lifted since Wednesday, feel like a skinny phaggot and down 3 lbs.
post #35180 of 46410

If I get wrist pain in only my right wrist after overhead press, is it likely just poor form?

post #35181 of 46410
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Originally Posted by rjbman View Post

If I get wrist pain in only my right wrist after overhead press, is it likely just poor form?

Could just be your right wrist is weaker, or you injured it in the past and never let it heal properly. This is my favorite OHP video, very technical and informative http://youtu.be/sqKhLR1zRaU
post #35182 of 46410
Just squatted 110kg(242 lbs). I know it's not much by RHET standards but I feel pretty awesome.
post #35183 of 46410
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Originally Posted by rjbman View Post

If I get wrist pain in only my right wrist after overhead press, is it likely just poor form?

I broke my wrist many years ago and it causes all sorts of problems for me

Love OHP though, current record of 4 reps @ 130kg, want to get that up to 150kg
post #35184 of 46410
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Originally Posted by milosh View Post

Just squatted 110kg(242 lbs). I know it's not much by RHET standards but I feel pretty awesome.

Bro every personal achievement is worthwhile. Good job amigo!
post #35185 of 46410
4 reps at 130kg is fuckin beastly
post #35186 of 46410
Lol Travis added 50 lbs to my squat and deadlift in 1 hour and completely re worked my bench. What a pro
post #35187 of 46410
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

Lol Travis added 50 lbs to my squat and deadlift in 1 hour and completely re worked my bench. What a pro

Glad it turned out well. Now that's money well spent!
post #35188 of 46410
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Originally Posted by mrchariybrown View Post

Glad it turned out well. Now that's money well spent!

About a dollar per lb. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif I'm going to try and get there 1x a month, it's a 4 hour travel time but damn it's worth it. He seems to teach the same technique that you have adapted for you squat and bench. Although you have hips of a god and I can't stay that vertical.

Chris Mason was there too.
post #35189 of 46410
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post


About a dollar per lb. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif I'm going to try and get there 1x a month, it's a 4 hour travel time but damn it's worth it. He seems to teach the same technique that you have adapted for you squat and bench. Although you have hips of a god and I can't stay that vertical.

Chris Mason was there too.

Any tips to share?

post #35190 of 46410
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Originally Posted by ellsbebc View Post

Any tips to share?

Baby powder is god teir for deadlifts and I feel like an idiot for not using it a long time ago.
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