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post #50341 of 57266
No, you can't. Have you ever seen someone relax on the bench after a legal competition bench? Goes from lightly touching to full on spreading dat joocy ass all over the place.
post #50342 of 57266
Yep, agreed with I<3Bacon. I've seen countless comp benches. You can't tell from that angle.
post #50343 of 57266
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Originally Posted by Eason View Post

not sure where I could find it tbh. powerlifting doesn't exist in thailand

Don't they have white crayons (the ones you use on blackboards)?, they should essentially be the same thing if you smash them up.

I could be wrong though
post #50344 of 57266

If you're in an Asian country just find a crossfit gym with foreigners, they'll have good equipment.

post #50345 of 57266
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Originally Posted by I<3Bacon View Post

No, you can't. Have you ever seen someone relax on the bench after a legal competition bench? Goes from lightly touching to full on spreading dat joocy ass all over the place.

 

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Originally Posted by mrchariybrown View Post

Yep, agreed with I<3Bacon. I've seen countless comp benches. You can't tell from that angle.

 

 

Schooled.

post #50346 of 57266
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post



Schooled.

Don't feel too bad.

It's a hard thing to point out unless you've been to competitions and stared at a lot of dudes' butts. shog[1].gif
post #50347 of 57266
Lol you guys sometimes. My beautiful ass never left the bench in any of my bench session. You just can't tell from that angle. And my arch is not even close to the one from my friends or Charly (iirc), part of the game.

I'll post another video from a different angle, you'll see.
post #50348 of 57266
There you go, 305 x2. It was my first time ever with that kind of weight so i'll have to tweak some things. It's pretty obvious:
post #50349 of 57266
Nice work
post #50350 of 57266
Thanks!
post #50351 of 57266
What is with this poverty arch. Grab bar,hyperxtend back using your neck as a base. Put feet on bench and do a glute bridge and then pull your feet behind your glutes. Grab the back of the bench and arch your neck through to your lower spine. Gets like half a foot off the bench.
post #50352 of 57266
I'm being offered a position on the board of a health insurance company that was founded in the wake of PPACA and has made a lot of headway, I think it has like 55,000 insurees as of the last open enrollment period at least, so it's a pretty big operation. Board seats are 3 year terms. I think this would be a massive opportunity for my career, but I'm leaving for NYC in 6 months so I'm not sure how to handle this. I could do a few things:

1. Disclose upfront that I'm leaving and hope they still take me on. After I leave I could still participate via conference call and on the off chance that I'm back in town (meetings are monthly) but they'd have to be okay with that.

2. Don't tell them until a month or two from now that I'm leaving so I'm already on the board. Claim that I was expecting to go to school in Chicago, so I'd still be able to make board meetings in person and not have it affect my directorship, but that it didn't work out that way. Play the victim of circumstance.

Additionally, another requirement is that I get my insurance through them, which I can only do if I'm living in state. I can have my primary residence listed as my parents' house while I'm in school, but my parents just bought a house in FL and are considering selling our house in state so I don't know how viable this is or how long it would last.

However, I'm extremely excited to get involved with this company and it's an unprecedented career move for me. I think I could be an enormous resource for them, if just for a short period. I'm really drawn to option 2 even though it's not the most ethical. What should I do?
post #50353 of 57266
You can always defer b-school if this is an opportunity you can't pass up.
post #50354 of 57266
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Originally Posted by GraphicNovelty View Post

You can always defer b-school if this is an opportunity you can't pass up.

It's unpaid, it would just help my future career prospects and maybe to get into Columbia.
post #50355 of 57266
I'd be upfront but that's just me.
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