Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by Eason, Dec 20, 2009.
i still have "baby fat" around mid area...
wtf is wrong with that guys face next to him. Is he having an orgasm from being touched by the model?
Getting all my wisdom teeth taken out, will this hurt/force me to stop training for a while?
A couple weeks, but nothing too drastic...
Depending on the difficulty of the extractions, you're looking at a wk or two of lighter training, tops.
At one plate his form was solid, at two plates ROM was significantly worse but still close to parallel. At three plates, we are talking about a 25% tops. Why even bother?
1. It may or may not hurt depending on your level of pain tolerance. I had more than 4 wisdom teeth taken out no pain killers.
2. Rest time will vary. I felt good after one day of bedrest.
3. You will bleed a lot. Follow their care instructions.
Just deadlifted so hard my mouth shot blood out, think I tore part of the side of my mouth, kind of like getting fish hooked. Got a10kg PR so im at 185kg now. Erryone at the gym was miring then some bros asked me on form advice and I was like wut why you not using your legs in your deadlift. Feels good man. Missed a 130kg conventional deadlift, friend wanted me to try out power shrugs, but I couldn't even get the bar off the floor.
Other use could be if the lockout of his squat was weak. Kind of like doing a rack pull if your weak at locking out your deadlift. Stuff like that does have some value. I occasionally do a very short ROM bench press to strengthen my lockout. Not saying thats what he was doing, but short ROM movements have some use.
not the greatest day out, lifting-wise. My mind was really not in the game - almost blacked out during my heaviest clean recovery. Good times.
I got lightheaded during my squats pr attempt last week. Not fun knowing you have enough weight up there to kill you on a fall.
You're falling wrong if you're killing yourself on a non-overhead squat... I'm still trying to imagine how this would happen in a cage.
It's pretty easy to dump the bar so as not to get crushed if you happen to fail a squat. Or it is at least if you're doing high bar... if the situation in hand is more along the lines of an extreme-good-morning low bar fail, it might be much harder.
Never had to dump a back squat yet, front squats many a time.
e. this is just a digression, I get the point.
I know - I just made a heavy-lifting generalization. Crap can happen either way.
Whenever I miss a squat I just let go of the bar and it falls off my back. Even if you were using a monolift or squat stands I don't see how your gonna hurt yourself. Man in my gym finally reached the 80kg bench, im so proud, after a year of benching 4 days a week and doing no upper back, triceps or shoulder work he's finally raised his bench to BW and developed horrible shoulder health.
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