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Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by orca, Jun 15, 2017.
so yes then? ok cool
I agree. After a while, it wasn't a big deal but for a long time whenever I was trying a new personal best a lot of times I'd get psyched out and stop a little before 90 degrees. I do think it was partially related to form breaking down because part of it was having the feeling like I would fall back, but there's definitely a mental element, especially when you're at or near max
I wanted to see what it was like to be skinny, if only for a moment.
so you're a beta?
weigh 236 give or take, can bench 180. not benched for a while though. been hitting OHP hard
I'm pretty sure if you don't have form issues and you are mobile enough, there is not many reason to not hit depth.
Show your face. I'll promise that I won't photoshop it.
Have to translate those numbers to make any sense
105 kg = 232 lbs
120 kg = 265 lbs
173 cm = 5'7
82 kg = 181 lbs
Nothing to add, just needed a reference
I weigh around 210 with a 1rm of 375
Still hunting for that 405. Maybe someday....
He claimed 358 was his best comp lift, not 400. Just reading your posts you seem really bitter, slightly retarded and almost illiterate. Are you ok bro?
You nailed the "an" bro, congrats. I would have lost a bet right there.
Wow your very strong sir
So whos the strongest guy here?
pokerandbeer or flikerstance...it's a toss up.
Oh yeah! I forgot about Poker. According to him, he was strong AF!
Yes. Hence why you see people on the platform not hit depth regularly.
Doing it around your 1rm.
his very first post was asking if i could bench 400 to me that insinuates that he can do it.
my god how dare i not proof read my post on sherdog, i mean after all i care so much what you guys think of me
"Can you do x?", a question, is not the same as "I can do x", a statement.
Is english your first language or are you autistic?