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Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by ericaz, Jul 9, 2017.
This clown should be held responsible if some kid is "inspired" by this and hurts himself.
Both the guy in the vid and the person inspired by this shit should be bonked on the head a bit. But in all seriousfullness he likely needs some help. This is not the habits of a normal functioning human in the right state of mind. But what do I know?
a combination of negative thoughts and performance enhancements (probably tren), trouble regulating his emotions.
but you are right they should be bonked on the head...and other places
It's meant to be "fitspo", fitness inspirational or some shit. "Insta fitness celebs" post vids on instagram and then add a (always terrible) paragraph trying to seem inspirational. Sad/dramatic music optional.
The whole pathetic display was all done for the likes. Sad but that's where we are at in 2017.
I hate systems like Instagram and Sherdog where you can "like", but you can't "neg".
That video has almost 41,000 views and 1500 likes. I wonder where it would be if negs were an option. Maybe -20,000?
true, but we wouldn't want to hurt anyones FEELINGS!
"Madness can be a medicine for the modern world." - Dr. Hannibal Lecter
I defintally can see why some people benefit from channeling emotions during heavy intense lifts. It can be motivating and inspiring for people to do so.
But I'll be honest, I had to mute it.
Generally emotions can be a driving factor in pursuing your goal, but crying like that while having your max on your back will sap your energy and focus like nothing else.
and to top it off you will just look ridiculous doing it
Crying aside, that form was simply fucking awful. And then he goes for a.aecond rep? Jesus.
I saw no reps
you ever heard of quarter squat gang on instagram?
Zyzz told me you're supposed to be a sick cunt not a sad cunt.
Anyone can be strong on gear. They look like playdoh and have shit form.
Gear doesn't make you strong. Proper Programming, nutrition and rest make you strong. Gear helps but its not the only thing
It helps a shitload. There are some pretty incredible studies out there with gear vs non-gear participants.
Depends on what your definition of strong is, i know people on gear and considering their BW and how much they lift. Their not that strong IMO
exactly, its a persons work ethic to.