405x3 deads w/o straps Bodyweight175

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  1. Chris Kimmerly

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    Is that you?

    That's some good weight to be moving, although there is some hitching at the top.
     
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    Hell no. Its my brother.
     
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    What's with the towels?
     
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    They are paper towels to absorb sweat I guess
     
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    No chalk allowed in the gym? Curious.
     
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    Not sure. It really isnt a so called "hardcore"gym. They all look at ya funny if you even grunt to loud. We are asked to "keep it down a bit"' when we are training.
     
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    Good job on getting the weight up.

    If he's going to rush into the deadlift stance like that, i think it would help his balance if his feet were set more evenly and under the bar. You can see his right foot rise up on the first pull.
     
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    Get him to lock out at the top of the pull.

    His knees were bent at the top of every rep.

    To fix that, once the bar clears the knee get him to flex his quads and glutes as hard as he can and keep them flexed.

    This will straighten his legs and push his hips forward. Around here people call it fucking the bar.

    That technique will greatly improve his lockout and he won't have to hitch the bar so much anymore.

    Also, get some chalk.

    Good lifting
     
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    wow, thats some heavy weight
     
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    lol @ cat food carry...

    acutally LMAO at that
     
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    damn i just started deadlifting and can only do 225 and im 178. but hopefully if i keep at it ill work my way up to 400 or more. nice job man props to ya.
     
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    Awesome. Alos I found the guy in the back left pretty funny.
     
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    By no means am I a pro at deadlifting and I was curious what you thought of the weights kinda bouncing off the ground to help into the 2nd/3rd rep? I try to reset after each pull so that doesnt happe, is it no big deal?
     

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