New lifting queue in full effect: "Spinal extension" | Page 2

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  1. MatterOverMind Pulling for you

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    Lol, no. High as fuck.
     
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  2. EatMyShorts Blue Belt

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    I've pasted that at the right time - within 10 seconds of playing, you see a high level weightlifter perform deadlifts, 200 kg for 10.
    There is one lateral shot, where it shows, very, clear, spinal extension - just like the chicks in them other vids I posted.
     
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  3. selfcritical Brown Belt

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    Those guys are lifting with neutral spines and bracing.
     
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  4. TheSlothMan Yellow Belt

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    This has to be a troll thread right? I mean, half the guy's log is just about how he creeps on girls at the grocery store and lies to his hot neighbor about being a personal trainer lol. Wtf is happening here?
     
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  5. bad seed A Really Cool Opatmus

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    why are you following lifting advice from 110 lb THOTs?
     
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  6. EatMyShorts Blue Belt

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    I got a pair of knee wraps.

    Almost immediately I hit parallel.

    This is the missing link.

    Does one use knee wraps for deadlift also?
    Leg press?
     
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  7. MatterOverMind Pulling for you

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    I use knee wraps for pretty much everything. Especially upper-body exercises. By wrapping your knees really tight, you reduce the bloodflow to the lower portion of your legs, thus increasing the bloodflow to your upper body, resulting in greater strength/size gains.
     
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  8. MilkManUK Brown Belt

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    Science.
     
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  9. NurseKnuckles My Mom's stronger than you belt

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    Yes, I know Trent Dassouza uses his cave drawings to show that cutting off circulation will help to teach your upper body to use less blood, therefore when it has more blood it's much more efficient. Kinda like the elevation mask and O2 deprevation.
     
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  10. EatMyShorts Blue Belt

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    I'm pretty sure this is parallel.

    Well, not quite but, pretty damn close.

    Knee wraps in action - going for a new PB

     
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  11. fbmmofo Blue Belt

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    I'm so confused
     
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  12. JimRussel Purple Belt

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    If you're going to use knee wraps, you should probably start with at least wrapping them properly.

    You should also try picking more realistic squat attempts so you're not unnecessarily abusing your gym's equipment.
     
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  13. Darth Magoo White Belt

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    Jesus, fuck. Everything about you makes me uncomfortable. Also, *cue. Christ.
     
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    I like that you bob and dance to the music while you are squatting.
     
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  15. EatMyShorts Blue Belt

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    Hit that 170 today for 2 reps - using the belt (1st time ever) and wraps.

    I was having difficulty with the belt previously, as I was placing it too on the stomach, thus inhibiting my breathing.

    Couple youtube vids later, I no longer have that issue.

    I could not break 160 for all I was worth previously - so, happydays!
     
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  16. EatMyShorts Blue Belt

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    And this was good advice also.

    One/two youtube vids on proper wrapping = results!
     
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    Let's everyone know I'm hardcore.
    And not to be fooled by my 90lb squat routine.
     
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  18. EatMyShorts Blue Belt

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    In gymnastics, they call it - "back extension" - which is less accurate IMO.

    But - a good exhibition of it.

     
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  19. selfcritical Brown Belt

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    Back extension rolls typically cue to stay in the hollow body position during the straightening phase, typically with a neutral pelvis....which is not really what you're doing.
     
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  20. Darth Magoo White Belt

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    Curious, can you find a video of a male gymnast putting on a back extension exhibition? Better yet, demonstrating back extension while under compression? Like, for example, while squatting?
     
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