Type: Posts; User: Get-n-fit
^^^ditto what Will said, in addition to bodybuilding, a lot of powerlifters train with straps. When doing a lot of heavy work, straps will save your hands from being destroyed and allow you to do...
Your diet is setting you up for failure. There's no need to deprive yourself of stuff you like if you learn how to eat properly. Go to the nutrition forums in here, read up on TDEE and macros. Eat...
ditto what ^^ said, cut that rolling the bar crap out.
Sit back more, your shoulders are way out in front of the bar causing you to lean forward.
Lower the weight to something you...
If your back can handle squats and deadlifts on the same day go for it.
cues- look up Dan Greens vids, he's pretty much the sumo king, Alan Thrall has some great DL vids also.
link fixed you forgot the /
form looks fine, now put some weight on the bar
ditto what the previous guys said.
In addition, the problem with your sticking point is that you have zero hip drive, your focusing on pulling the bar up, when you should be just hanging onto...
Took about 2 years of consitant training, that was around 3 years ago...only maxing at 560ish now...it's my hardest lift to progress in.
no vid, no proof.
it is BS....it's impossible for tall people to bench with full ROM.
JK...boo hoo for you
record yourself doing mixed grip. Make sure your arms hang, they should not bend at any point. If you notice your bending your arms (could eventually lead to snapped bicep) then practice locking...
There's a few things going on in your squat. Part of your problem is your forward lean, this could be carry over from squatting low bar and you're not used to high bar. High bar requires your...
it's 2 separate muscle groups, shouldn't really affect each other.
that's not a deadlift, more like a rack pull, form looks fine.
Does it really matter if you're considered a beginner?
Fierce five is a great program
Are you on a push/pull program?
Opie- I guarantee your arching your back. Make sure your back stays neutral and flat. If you can't press the weight without arching, then lower the weight. This is one pressing movement...
I never do decline bench. Never found it to be beneficial in any way. Flat, incline, dips and fly variations hit the chest well enough for great development.
^^^ great points
The first time I did rack pulls I think I barely pulled more than I dl, however, after a few times, the numbers sky rocketed. It just took some getting used to. And as Chazzy...