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post #37021 of 57263
Yeah, DLs, pendlays and pull ups are all I do for my back too. Works fine.
Pull ups after DL afe a bitch tho, grip wise.

Anyone here have or heard of Risto shoes? Kinda like the way they look and I'm thinking of getting lifting shoes now I'm HB squatting.
post #37022 of 57263
http://wlshoes.com/
post #37023 of 57263
a word about the old VS shoes, they have huge heels like 5cm. Got some pretty decent knee pain from squatting in those, switched to the more moderate adidas shoes and everything felt so much better.
post #37024 of 57263
First bulge bracket interview in 3 hours, quite scary.
post #37025 of 57263
Thread Starter 
Good luck hiding the fact that you're a complete cunt for that long

Xx
post #37026 of 57263
I think I can manage to keep that hidden for 45 minutes. I'll be fucked if I have to do an assessment centre and have to do that for more then a few hours.
post #37027 of 57263
I don't frequent this thread daily but Fuji seems to be posting about his future career options here more than he does about lifting. It may just be me but I don't really get how its relevant.
post #37028 of 57263
aesthetic careers are always welcome ITT
post #37029 of 57263
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First bulge bracket interview in 3 hours, quite scary.

 

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Originally Posted by fuji View Post

I think I can manage to keep that hidden for 45 minutes. I'll be fucked if I have to do an assessment centre and have to do that for more then a few hours.
 
I'm actually taking an HR course at the moment about staffing and recruitment methods. The application process for the big companies in accounting and finance is indeed quite insane.
I don't wanna work in HR, but the it's very good to know for when I'm going to apply for jobs. 
post #37030 of 57263
jobz are lame
post #37031 of 57263
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Originally Posted by MarkI View Post

I'll be perfectly honest and say that I never was a big fan of squats, did not like the circle jerk surrounding them, etc, etc, but after tonights squat session something just clicked, and now I understand. Got my form down perfect, everything just worked, got a PR and it felt light as hell.

I see the light brahs. Even more encouraged to get some proper shoes now.
Me too. I was talking shit about em before but I really enjoy them

Just have to have good form, save your joints.
post #37032 of 57263
Thread Starter 
It's amazing how much psyching yourself up for a set helps.

warmups:
bar = stiff
95 = ok
135 = heavy
185 = heavy
225 = heavy

worksets: RAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWRRRRR oh light as fuckkkkkkkkk
post #37033 of 57263
Psyching yourself up before of a lift is part of the job icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #37034 of 57263
Making sure I focus on hip drive made me like back squats a lot more. Front squats for the quads.
post #37035 of 57263
Thread Starter 
Thinking about hip drive makes my hips go up first and the back sags
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