Mike Dolce deadlift

Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by Frode Falch, Nov 9, 2018.

  1. Dana's Moonface

    Dana's Moonface Purple Belt Platinum Member

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    I have used hook grip for a year. It also prevents muscle imbalance and sets you in a great starting position to pull.
     
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    Dana's Moonface Purple Belt Platinum Member

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    You don't look on drugs. Good physique all the same.
     
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    Dana's Moonface Purple Belt Platinum Member

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    He is very, very strong especially for his size.
     
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    OMGstreetfight Fred Loya Insurance shill

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    I wonder if that was his warmup for his 500 lbs x 20 beltless squat claim.
     
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    God damn 455 for 10 reps... my 1 rep max isn’t much better then that now I feel like a bitch
     
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    Dana's Moonface Purple Belt Platinum Member

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    I have just hit 600lb for a one rep max and I have never hit more than 10 reps with 440.

    He's a beast.

    Also if you max over 450 you're strong Imo.
     
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    rearnakedchoke Suck it!

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    Jesus. A guy posts a vid of someone deadlifting with good form and people in here shitting on the guys form because its too good? Is this real life?
     
  10. deadshot138

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    Envious of his form. Recently realized I squat the weight up rather than hip hinging.
     
  11. RawDawgBob

    RawDawgBob Like's; 100,000,000,000.69

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    Kept getting his a$$ beat.
     
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    Dumbell rows on an incline bench are better.
     
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    455x10? Postworthy?
     
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    snaportap21 Blue Belt

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    Are you saying Tony Ferguson's form is great?
     
  15. MakeSherdogGreatAgain

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    Never watched him deadlift, but I do know that keeping your back perfectly straight is damn near impossible when you're lifting any real amount of weight. I've never used a belt and I've never hurt my back because I had a good coach when I learned how to lift. He taught me to worry less about keeping your back straight, and more about keeping your core really tight and how to breath so you don't pass out when the weight gets heavy.
     
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    I have to say I don't see what the topic of debate is in this thread.
     
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    Two identical twins with same level of grappling technique. One of them power lifts while the other does not power lift. Guess witch one is going to have an advantage when they go against each other?
     
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    I can feel that. Completely straight is tough, I thought you were advocating for the other end of the spectrum. Great AV btw. It's crazy how the goat is now the crying face guy.
     
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    This is a moot point as there are way more efficacious forms of exercise that apply to grappling than powerlifting.
     
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