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    Sticky: Yuck. I can't imagine being hungry enough to try...

    Yuck. I can't imagine being hungry enough to try coon, possum, yote, etc.
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    This pretty much covers it. Elbows tucked...

    This pretty much covers it.

    Elbows tucked
    Stay tight
    Head back* on the lift, head through on the lock out
    If you have trouble locking out the triceps, try squeezing the glutes. It may not seem...
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    Or it could be that the OP was giving debatable...

    Or it could be that the OP was giving debatable advice. I guess I don't have anything other than a bb.com account to show for all of my years of gym and competition experience, studying, and hard...
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    Not me, but there've been times when I got all...

    Not me, but there've been times when I got all tacky'd up and really had to whiz so I had to hold it. I can only imagine how comical it would be trying to manipulate certain body parts when you're...
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    One word of advice: No matter what, force...

    One word of advice: No matter what, force yourself to go to the bathroom before you put on your tacky. Trust me on this.
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    Isometric strength can be improved through...

    Isometric strength can be improved through eccentric/concentric contractions. However, the inverse does not hold true as eccentric/concentric contractions will not be improved through isometric...
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    I'd tend to disagree with the OP. He's trying to...

    I'd tend to disagree with the OP. He's trying to make a case for increased specificity because when benching, your scaps are retracted. But this is a row, not a bench press. By maintaining...
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    Yeah, it's Amy's contest. I'll be the guy with...

    Yeah, it's Amy's contest. I'll be the guy with the shoes and the shirt and the shorts. I'll see you there.
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    Yeah, I've only been in one or two contests that...

    Yeah, I've only been in one or two contests that have the PL format. It's usually a rising bar style where they put X on the bar and everyone who wants to take a pull can step up. Then the weight...
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    I've seen both partial and dl from the floor in...

    I've seen both partial and dl from the floor in contests over the years. I've also seen them be for max (either last man standing or rising bar) or for reps. It all depends on the mood or wishes of...
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    Sticky: The days when the wife takes the kid to her...

    The days when the wife takes the kid to her parents house and I get to be home alone are some of the most relaxing and enjoyable times I have.
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    I thought I'd pass this on. Likelyhood of...

    I thought I'd pass this on.

    Likelyhood of surviving the zombie apocalypse by state: http://blog.estately.com/2014/03/u-s-states-ranked-from-most-to-least-prepared-for-the-zombie-apocalypse/
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    Lalas hurt something in his back and Radzikowski...

    Lalas hurt something in his back and Radzikowski (sp?) tore his bicep at the Arnold.



    Terry will make it. He's about as solid a competitor as you can get.

    Also, there might be some...
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    This should go without saying, but mastering deceleration is possibly more important for this drill than acceleration. Learning to rapidly decelerate/stop will really improve your time. ...
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    There aren't a whole lot of joint injuries. ...

    There aren't a whole lot of joint injuries. There are some, but not any higher rate than any other physical sport.

    There is (at least for guys) a much higher incidence of stitches, broken...
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    This x 2. A proper gym routine can increase...

    This x 2.

    A proper gym routine can increase your potential for speed, but until you practice running and learn how to apply it, it will remain as only potential speed.
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    Sticky: I don't know about that. Cave Run Lake in...

    I don't know about that. Cave Run Lake in eastern KY has some monster muskies in it. A lot of the die hard muskie guys up here make winter trips to fish open water down there.
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    Sticky: Muskie fry and fingerlings are heavily regulated...

    Muskie fry and fingerlings are heavily regulated by the DNR around here. I know that Cave Run has the best population of muskies in your area. You might want to try contacting either Muskies Inc (I...
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    Sticky: You know as well as I do that water rushing...

    You know as well as I do that water rushing somewhere or circling water like it's going down a drain are signs that you need to GTFO immediately.

    I'm not going to drag my sled 1/2-3/4 mile with...
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    Sticky: We had over 3' of ice on the lakes here, with...

    We had over 3' of ice on the lakes here, with almost 2' of snow on top of it. With this past week, the lakes are all looking like . . . well, lakes. The ice is still thick enough to drive on, but...
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