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  • I think you have to understand that swinging a kb...

    I think you have to understand that swinging a kb is a little like squatting. Lots of movements can be classified as swings, much like lots of movements can be classified as squatting. Let me show...
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    Well, GHR hits the hamstring at both sides (hip...

    Well, GHR hits the hamstring at both sides (hip joint and knee joint) where goodmornings and leg curs are primarily one or the other. GM is a hip hinge, leg curls are a knee hinge (with no need for...
  • I'm not familiar with British Army training, so...

    I'm not familiar with British Army training, so take my experience with a grain of salt.

    I regularly incorporate rucking into my training program. Usually 40-90lbs (18kg-40kg approx) for 2-6...
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    Nah, I think they are neither a fad nor is it a...

    Nah, I think they are neither a fad nor is it a faux pas to say you don't like them. GHR is great for most team sports athletes. I've seen some pretty compelling studies showing a significant...
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    z15C9UZUbss Can you adjust your knees like...

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    Can you adjust your knees like they show in the video? With a roller I would think this to be an option, perhaps.

    I would love a GHR. This has been on my xmas wishlist for a while:...
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    I would say that it depends HOW you run and HOW...

    I would say that it depends HOW you run and HOW you walk. Yes, it's extra calories burnt but the walking shouldn't be much. Again, trick is weight. Throw some bricks in a backpack, or plates, or load...
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    Skimmed a bit, interesting journal. I may be a...

    Skimmed a bit, interesting journal. I may be a little late to the party but here are some thoughts:

    1) Claves... I would take walking over all the calf raises in the world. Specifically, walk with...
  • Sticky: Stupid BB.com, I wrote what could be possibly...

    Stupid BB.com, I wrote what could be possibly considered THE definitive post on shoulder problems and it deleted it :mad:

    Well, I'm not typing all that crap out again, so cliffs ;)

    1. Google...
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    1: It shouldn't be exactly like pressing reset....

    1: It shouldn't be exactly like pressing reset. You have more experience than you did when you first started and that is worth something no matter where you go. At the same time, you are an unknown...
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    Managed properly this isn't a big deal. "Double...

    Managed properly this isn't a big deal. "Double smash" doesn't sound like proper management, but it would be hard to say without seeing his actual routine. Oly lifters in some countries have a...
  • Sticky: Have you tried any kind of shoulder traction? No...

    Have you tried any kind of shoulder traction? No certainty it will fix the issue, but I don't see how decompressing is likely to hurt anything either. Every so often my shoulders get jammed up from a...
  • The faster you move a weight, the more power you...

    The faster you move a weight, the more power you produce to do so. More power = more stress on a system (in this case bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments, nervous system, etc). The more you stress a...
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    Poll: I think it is probably more like Glassman is to...

    I think it is probably more like Glassman is to crossfit what Arthur Jones (HIT/Nautilus) is to bodybuilding. Weider is a pretty inert persona. Arthur Jones had some good ideas, and even Mike "crazy...
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    Poll: I think you are making the assumption that all...

    I think you are making the assumption that all crossfit training looks like a competition. I'm sure there are dumb trainers out there that operate this way, but it's hardly the norm any more than all...
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    Poll: Your words, not mine. My experience is that...

    Your words, not mine. My experience is that crossfit training (again, results vary gym to gym) does just what you said... They have strength training, then they have a cardio circuit portion (WOD in...
  • Just an observation here, but your coach is...

    Just an observation here, but your coach is teaching you how to deadlift like a weightlifter and not a powerlifter. Nothing wrong with that, but weightlifters do things the way they do because there...
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    What are your goals? If you plan on being a...

    What are your goals? If you plan on being a powerlifter, then I would say you need to focus on gettnig better at deadlifting, and maybe even deficit deadlifts depending on where your weaknesses are....
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    Poll: Crossfit, as the program was idealized,...

    Crossfit, as the program was idealized, encompasses cardio. At the core, and without the odd cultish nature, it's just an idea that most people are better off being a jack of all trades. Strong, good...
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    Mission accomplished thus far. Yay for you?

    Mission accomplished thus far. Yay for you?
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    There are also dudes on here that can't. She has...

    There are also dudes on here that can't. She has been at it a few weeks and, *IF* her coach is training in the direction I mentioned, bar speed would be way more important than weight. Sort of like...
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