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post #38866 of 57262
Jesus. Squatting isn't that hard, guys. Just keep your feet shoulder width apart with toes straight ahead and dont let your knees go past your toes, and you'll be fine.
post #38867 of 57262
Not sure if serious, everyone's geometry varies enough that rules like "keep toes in front of knees" don't really apply

People have to figure out their geometry and imbalances. Some people just aren't made to squat. It's not that simple to figure that all out.
post #38868 of 57262
Thanks guys.
And yes TK, I am putting on size atm.
Its def not a dreamer bulk by your standards (unexpected yeah? *sarcasm*), but I'm eating at a constant surplus and putting on weight.
 
Just found this
Pretty intense. Real alpha.
post #38869 of 57262
You keep spreading those rumors, CTK, and you're going to get people hurt.
post #38870 of 57262
Good deadlift video from Omar. Wish this had been around when I started..
post #38871 of 57262
Lookin forward to Mark's cut progress.

Marks getting jacked. I'm gonna squat 400, pull 450, bench 210 at my next meet. All will be good in RHET.
post #38872 of 57262
squatting isn't all that difficult. what is difficult, though is sifting through all the internet advice and wisdom where people claim to know your 'geometry' or the one thing that will make you squat better. there are certain fundamentals that need to be there, some others are simply preference. this is what a proficient coach does, he teaches the fundamentals and the lifters make the movement their own.

and this is not regarding PL or geared lifting where things are a bit different, just if you want to move reasonably decent weight and do it well.
post #38873 of 57262
I'm going to end up looking like that kid on facebook that Mark posted. Bitch mode engage.

Mark gettin big tho. Good job smile.gif
post #38874 of 57262
Damn boston market having 2,000mg of sodium in a meal.. Friend told me you want to eat higher sodium when you're eating 250g of protein a day but that seems high. Tyring to watch water retention bloat.
post #38875 of 57262
Who cares about sodium when you're not hypertensive, bulking or not at the end of a cut?
post #38876 of 57262
I have a suspicion that sodium bloats me up a lot, like it should I guess. I did a test where I dropped Chipotle and Boston Market for a week 1/2 and lost 4 lbs of what I felt like wasn't good weight. I ate the same macros but just ate all home cooked meals with no high sodium, sugar, or preservatives. I also felt better like I didn't need to be drinking water all the time.
post #38877 of 57262
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

I have a suspicion that sodium bloats me up a lot, like it should I guess. I did a test where I dropped Chipotle and Boston Market for a week 1/2 and lost 4 lbs of what I felt like wasn't good weight. I ate the same macros but just ate all home cooked meals with no high sodium, sugar, or preservatives. I also felt better like I didn't need to be drinking water all the time.

post #38878 of 57262
Heh, good point. But I was surprised how only 1 meal 3-4x a week made a difference like that.
post #38879 of 57262
I feel better being bloated and eating Chipotle than sitting at home eating a stupid chicken breast.
post #38880 of 57262
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Originally Posted by Khayembii Communique View Post

I feel better being bloated and eating Chipotle than sitting at home eating a stupid chicken breast.

Normally I'm on board w/ homemade food too - but Khaye has a point. Almost nothing beats stuffing one's face w/ Chipotle.
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