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Right shoulder been bothering me. Did a week of deload on bench. Cut the weight down to 185lbs and started doing 2 seconds pause for reps. Was able to pause rep 225 lbs. today. Felt pretty good, no pain.

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Has any of you gone diary free?
Diary products are huge here in Scandinavia, and we are the most lactose tolerant in the world IIRC, but I still think it causes some skin outbreaks and stomach issues on me. Gonna try to lay off it for some time to see if I get any improvements.


Carlshamn and Arla both have lactose free dairy that are really good.

I'm slightly intolerant, so I keep away from anything with lactose, I don't know if you eat a lot of apples, but those gave me a lot of skin issues.
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^^ Lindahls now also have lactose free kvarg in those really cheap 0.5 kg packets, best yet. As slightly lactose sensitive, i otherwise find that cottage cheese is fine for the most part, but kvarg (and whey!) is too much.
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ICA has lactose free Cocio. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Found some sweet pants for @hendrix



Mirin those pleats


Also sort of imagining gettoasty as an african prince who has come to america to look for a bride and try life as a common person but cant work out how they can possibly work 8 hours a day and still find time to sleep and work out
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Also sort of imagining gettoasty as an african prince who has come to america to look for a bride and try life as a common person but cant work out how they can possibly work 8 hours a day and still find time to sleep and work out

HAH, that's a good one. That got me real tickled.
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welcome to gettoasty rhet posts skeen, enjoy your stay.

for a less frustrating experience, i recommend slamming your dick into a wall.
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aight so fuji is taking tren? and test im assuming? he wouldnt be able to fuck without test


250 sust a week 350 tren ace a week. Much more manageable then last time, no real aggression issues even without caber and adex.
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I lost upper back tightness while squatting last night. The bar slipped down a few inches and bent my wrists back. They're pretty sore this morning.

Would wrist wraps help me keep a straight wrist position / tighter set-up?
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I lost upper back tightness while squatting last night. The bar slipped down a few inches and bent my wrists back. They're pretty sore this morning.

Would wrist wraps help me keep a straight wrist position / tighter set-up?
Wrists are not the problem here brah

Your back holds the weight, your hands just balance it. You tighten your wrists, this happens again, maybe next time you injure your shoulder. Gotta build up that upper back (and back in general). Some kind of horizontal rowing with your elbows flared (build your mid/lower traps) and practice keeping your back locked with shit like stiff leg deads
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Wrists are not the problem here brah

Your back holds the weight, your hands just balance it. You tighten your wrists, this happens again, maybe next time you injure your shoulder. Gotta build up that upper back (and back in general). Some kind of horizontal rowing with your elbows flared (build your mid/lower traps) and practice keeping your back locked with shit like stiff leg deads


When i was smaller and squatted low heavy wrist wraps really helped my squat because some people just don't have the thickness to fully support the bar. I'd give them a go.
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Wrists are not the problem here brah

Your back holds the weight, your hands just balance it. You tighten your wrists, this happens again, maybe next time you injure your shoulder. Gotta build up that upper back (and back in general). Some kind of horizontal rowing with your elbows flared (build your mid/lower traps) and practice keeping your back locked with shit like stiff leg deads

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When i was smaller and squatted low heavy wrist wraps really helped my squat because some people just don't have the thickness to fully support the bar. I'd give them a go.

Thanks. I've been doing Pendlay BB rows and rack pulls to build my upper back. They've helped a lot, but I still don't have a solid "shelf" for low bar squatting. I'll probably give the wraps a try until my back catches up.
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I lost upper back tightness while squatting last night. The bar slipped down a few inches and bent my wrists back. They're pretty sore this morning.

Would wrist wraps help me keep a straight wrist position / tighter set-up?


Have you tried taping your wrists? 

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Have you tried taping your wrists? 

 

Wrist straps/wraps do the same thing without the tape...

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When i was smaller and squatted low heavy wrist wraps really helped my squat because some people just don't have the thickness to fully support the bar. I'd give them a go.
O I did not factor in bar height, I can pretty much only do highbar. Long forearms
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