Type: Posts; User: messnwitsquatch
Hit a 610 deadlift and300lb log press in last couple weeks. weighing about 240.
I know it's already been said a couple times, but just to emphasize:
Earning strength is much more important than putting up some fake big number.
Like Kevin said, a 405 legit squat to parallel or...
Your hips are not extending/coming through enough. When your hips come through all the way you should really feel it *pop* up. Your catch looks fine, although on heavier weights you can drop under it...
590 deadlift (5lb PR)
Myself hitting a 330 axle clean and press. weighing ~238
It's not gonna snap or anything, but most hollow fat bars usually end up bending eventually. Tip: be gentle setting the bar down (easier said than done on heavy weights).
I believe a phys ther assistant just needs a 2 year degree, whereas a full physical therapist needs a bachelor degree and then a masters/doctorate in physical therapy.
Some places have a fast track...
You will constantly get little aches, pains, twinges, etc. This may not be what you're asking specifically, but you have to kind of figure it out for yourself depending on the degree of injury.
My first highland games competition:
Just built a 175# dumbbell and doing some kroc rows with it.
175# kroc rows
350 pound 20 repper squat
78,845 +170= 79015
my lifting from yesterday: squatting, muscle snatch PR, bench PR, bottom up squatting, and if you wanna see my new toy skip to about 2min in.
10lb push press PR and some clean and jerk... nothing too crazy.
Playing around with some grip training:
I agree with Floider ^
I clean first, then squat after.
Cleans require explosiveness and are best done fresh, whereas squats generally aren't done quite as explosively. I also don't think cleans...
Training from today: 300lb axle clean and press(5lb PR), 3 attempts at 315, 330lb farmers walk for ~50ft, keg run 310, 350, 380(miss)