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OK gravity, you win today! 😨😰
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OK gravity, you win today! 😨😰

Bitch, I always win. It's the law.​

 

-Gravity.



(What happened?)

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Bitch, I always win. It's the law.​

-Gravity.



(What happened?)
Tried to pull a deadlift pb of 187.5kg after doing 3 sets at 165; think I might've got it up about 1/16th of an inch!
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was in st. pete for 8 days with my gf. had one of the greatest vacations ever, such a beautiful city filled with history. also an excellent chance to get some practical training in my russian skills. so many babushkas told us that we should have kids already, since we're both 27 smile.gif

missed some work things because some local reporters wanted to get my comments on a paper that I wrote, but thankfully my boss handled them.
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On the other hand, I visited Taiwan in winter of 2014 and it's an amazing place, like someone distilled the best parts of Chinese culture and put it on the island.  Beautiful place, wonderful people, amazing food, everything clean and well maintained.  In my opinion it'll be a true world tragedy if/when the mainland regains control over Taiwan and inevitably fucks it all up.


+ a billion… I could not agree with you more. I lived there for 3 years. If China takes over Taiwan will cease to exist.
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could someone link the reddit diet guide again? Thanks

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Pulled sumo style for the first time. Goodbye, conventional.
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Pulled sumo style for the first time. Goodbye, conventional.

Yup. It's funny how much of a difference a more suitable stance can make.
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Is it possible that one's hips are just too shitty to squat ever without chronic injury?
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Is it possible that one's hips are just too shitty to squat ever without chronic injury?

Some hips are formed in a way so you cannot squat to parallell without low back flexion, which in turn puts stress on the low back.

In most cases, I'd guess it rather has to do with weaknesses or inactive muscles that alters the movement pattern into one that can lead to injury. Or just bad technique.
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I fasted for 20 hours today for the first time, lifted kinda hard during the last few hours. Drank some water during the fast, didn't feel much otherwise, seemed pretty easy after the initial hunger urge. I think I ate about 1k calories in one sitting after, which is about my normal limit. Tempted to try it again but not sure how healthy this is.

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Some hips are formed in a way so you cannot squat to parallell without low back flexion, which in turn puts stress on the low back.

In most cases, I'd guess it rather has to do with weaknesses or inactive muscles that alters the movement pattern into one that can lead to injury. Or just bad technique.

It's simply hip pain. My hips always click and pop in their sockets.
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It's simply hip pain. My hips always click and pop in their sockets.

Ouch!

 

Maybe something to do with your martial arts training?

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Ouch!

Maybe something to do with your martial arts training?

Don't think so, though I remember my hips would pop even when I did taekwondo like 15 years ago. Squatting has just caused me a lot of hip flexor pain.
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Don't think so, though I remember my hips would pop even when I did taekwondo like 15 years ago. Squatting has just caused me a lot of hip flexor pain.

 

I'm by no means an expert on anatomy, but it sounds like it has to do with how your hip is constructed. A quick google gave many other answers though, such as inactive hips.

 

You may want to try this out:

https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=770834349678740&id=196219527140228

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