Type: Posts; User: Francis333
Thanx Rileh, hopefully you can get some good PLing advice!
You probably will, remember to really retract your shoulder blades, and tighten the hell out of your traps
bump for knowledge of peace
That's extremely weird! For me I always take a big breath and push up with everything I've got. Possibly bring more intensity into the rack and the unrack will happen easier. Don't for get to take...
If what you're doing is comfortable and stronger like you said, keep doing what you're doing. Don't change unless you need to
I'm not talking specifically about where the bar is placed, more about how your joints move throughout the movement and the angles in relationship to each other.
i mean if you wouldn't ahve told me I would have guessed high bar.
The more you lift, the less you'll get sore. It's fine to lift especially if you're not in pain
Agreed with above, good lifts overall though.
you're low bar looks more like a high bar
Super helpful if anyone of you are looking to compete.
Reps for subscribers, enjoy!
strong blaming your genetics, wont get anywhere with that attitude
go to a gym
bro do you even kalisto
get a job and go to they gym
your form is either **** or you're not training ard enough. You squatting 1 plate, you should be able to increase 5lb/session. try
5/3/1 alternating bench and OHP
Stop doing that program and do
icf 5x5 or SS
Lift without shoes for now
It doesn't matter where you start, as long as it was light. It matters where you end up.