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1/10

Wouldn't bang again
But was that his fault or cos you're dead?
post #55772 of 57259
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Originally Posted by OzzyJones View Post


But was that his fault or cos you're dead?

 

What am I? Some sort of sentient being?

Am I human?
Negative, I am a meat popsicle.

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That's nice for you
post #55774 of 57259
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I have an issue where my butt lifts too early in deadlifts and shoulders drop. Is it a mental thing or am I weak in some part? How do I fix this?

Also been noticing at higher weights I tend to almost good morning my squats. Same issue? How do I fix that as well?

Might not be anything new, but this is always a good resource

Plus there's always something kind of comical about Mike Rippetoe.
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1/10

Wouldn't bang again

Love you too, creampuff.
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I found that article someone posted a couple weeks ago about pretending you've got oranges in your armpits to be helpful with my deadlift. Good mental cue to help keep arms straight and the upper body tight before and during the lift.
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Love you too, creampuff.

 

Yeah, not for a long time tho

post #55778 of 57259
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Originally Posted by indesertum View Post

I have an issue where my butt lifts too early in deadlifts and shoulders drop. Is it a mental thing or am I weak in some part? How do I fix this?

Also been noticing at higher weights I tend to almost good morning my squats. Same issue? How do I fix that as well?

Don't pull up with your lower back. Push down with your feet and legs. You aren't lifting the bar up. You're pushing the Earth down. The bar is merely coming up as a result of that.
post #55779 of 57259

Roasting whole chickens is so convenient, super simple recipe, much quicker than crockpot, cheap, can't possibly fuck it up, like 400g of protein per chicken, can save the bones for making stock, which I did but don't know what to do with yet. I take it out at 155F and the breast is pretty tender even when reheated. 

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^its super fatty tho if you're trying to cut

Thanks for all the advice guys. Really appreciate
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Fat is good if you cut carbs. Chicken has lower saturated fat than red meat, though not as good as fish. I used to cut the visible fat from pork shoulders but now I don't bother. 

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… can save the bones for making stock, which I did but don't know what to do with yet...

I do this all the time. See "What Did You Have For Dinner Last Night" thread… I use the broth to make a ramen/udon/pho kind of noodle soup with veggies and what ever else you want to throw in.. more chicken, shrimp, tofu or all of the above.
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Has anyone 'fixed' their rounded or forward shouldersthrough working out/specific exercises? Wondering if it's possible or just a structural problem
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Do shit that strengthens external rotation... also build up your upper back (rhomboids in particular). Its not structural, we are desk jockeys
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It's something you have to do constantly and actively. A lot of cumulative volume. Band pulls and crucifixes x 200 daily. If you have access to rings, working on some basic things like l-sits and levers are really helpful as gymnastics moves put your shoulders/lats/traps/back through more sever range of motion.

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