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  • This is massively overcomplicating and yet...

    This is massively overcomplicating and yet oversimplifying novice training at the same time.

    There's zero requirement for these stages, at the same time a novice should still train according to...
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    Try this l,...

    Try this l, https://www.barbellmedicine.com/the-bridge/

    The autoregulating should make it easily runnable for you
  • you should probably avoid posting

    you should probably avoid posting
  • Think that last sums up most lifting related...

    Think that last sums up most lifting related injuries, more load than you are adapted too, especially on a movement pattern you aren't adapted too.
  • Yes, despite the popularity of exaggerating...

    Yes, despite the popularity of exaggerating dangers to the lower back in both mass media and general lifting group crowds.. There's little convincing evidence to suggest pulling with a rounded lumbar...
  • You're just yanking the deadlift really, not...

    You're just yanking the deadlift really, not tightening your upper back and taking the weight out of the bar before you pull.
    It's also slightly in front of the mid line making it somewhat stiff...
  • Why would a beginner worry about isolating. Or...

    Why would a beginner worry about isolating.

    Or muscle groups for that matter
  • This ...

    This
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  • Step 1. Long term insoles which I now have. - No...

    Step 1. Long term insoles which I now have. - No evidence for these
    Step 2: Strengthening progamme. - Sure

    So, I am now stuck on a leg curl, press and extension machine. - LoL...


    Your...
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    That's a lot of nonsense in one post to unpack. ...

    That's a lot of nonsense in one post to unpack.

    why would anyone starting lifting assume they need to protect their knees?
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    Sure but only if it is a chest level pin. ...

    Sure but only if it is a chest level pin.


    All the recommendations for overload and high sticking point work when OPs weakness is directly on the chest is crazy.

    Think people have forgotten...
  • There is zero danger in this since that is...

    There is zero danger in this since that is impossible.

    Anyway OP I think if lifting is a priority then you would make time first and foremost, 45 minutes is already a very short session for a...
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    Probably be fine once adjusted. Eat for your...

    Probably be fine once adjusted.

    Eat for your goals accordingly.
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    For a free program that actually attempts to...

    For a free program that actually attempts to program for long term.

    The bridge 1.0 barbell medicine.
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    Hips way too low, head to overextended and looks...

    Hips way too low, head to overextended and looks like you need to work on breathing bracing fully.
    Also only one of these is a deadlift, I wouldn't recommend Tng deadlifts for pretty much anyone
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    Appreciate the confirmation of my point.

    Appreciate the confirmation of my point.
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    Vid won't load. Is it just a straight arm...

    Vid won't load. Is it just a straight arm Pulldown?
  • I've known to many professors and doctors I don't...

    I've known to many professors and doctors I don't trust to take it as granted without seeing the evidence write ups myself haha.

    Stuart mcgill on back pain being a prime example of a intelligent...
  • I'm aware of baths being awesome. But that's a...

    I'm aware of baths being awesome.
    But that's a different kettle of fish to whether it had meaningful results in regards to training recovery (outside of mental).
    If we include mental happiness...
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    Programs will greatly help with consistency for...

    Programs will greatly help with consistency for most people and that's important, will also help to avoid frustration when stalling when you have progression and stalling plans in place already
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