[video] JDS - STRENGTH & CONDITIONING

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  1. Mental Ray

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    I can't focus on Junior because his interviewer is so damn hot! I didn't get past the first 30 seconds on that video. But after I did, it was cool. Cain by TKO round 2.
     
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    Nice video. Can anybody tell me the name of the music that starts at about 0:55?
     
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    I feel like his trainer shouldn't make him deadlift in running shoes, even if 315 is relatively light.
     
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    I still say he looks scared of the weights...

    They weren't made naturally, after all...
     
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    I hope you're not suggesting Overeem is natural...
     
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    i saw some exercises that i doubt will help him or anybody else as a fighter...
     
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    I did not see teh 275 benched
     
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    That
     
  10. TFanatic

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    I'm sure his S&C coach is far less qualified than you.

    Protip: There's not one right way to train.
     
  11. Michael13

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    The way he's doing those deadlifts can't be good for his back in the long run surely?

    I'm no professional, but i thought you weren't supposed to round your back like that.
     
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    Well the lower spine must be kept straight and stable. The upper back will round a little for any lifter lifting teh heavy weights. When you watch any of the top end powerlifters deadlift (like Andy Bolton, guy deadlifts 1000+), their upper back rounds a bit but the lumbar is kept stable.

    Also, JDS was resting at standing position and dropping/bouncing the weight off the ground. Technically, this is not even a deadlift, but a "Romanian deadlift." A deadlift means that the weight is dead on the ground (hence the name) and that you use your strength to lift it to a standing position. After this, you drop or set the weight down. There is no negative movement in the exercise. Trying to lower a 600 lbs weight slowly and putting all that tension on your lumbar = herniated disc.

    The Romananian deadlift variation is supposed to target the lower back more. However, with heavy weights this also leads to a slew of back problems. Like I said above, putting a lot of mechanical tension on your lower back = problems.

    On second thought I guess 315 for a Romanian deadlift isn't terrible. It's hardly worth bragging about, but it isn't TERRIBLE.
     
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    Alistair Overeem is not impressed by your performance

     
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    Fedor at the end? Damn, one of the greatest fights we will never see (Fedor would whoop Ubers ass)
     
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    I love to see what pro athletes are doing for s&c. This was all surprisingly rudimentary stuff. Oh well.
     
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    Yeah, it is. I don't know about todays Fedor vs Ubereem of today, but would be a huge fight for sure..
     
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    I'd like to see some of Overeems other traning......the ones we dont get to see that make him soooooooo much stronger. The lab training
     
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    This is very important for Junior in this fight.........vs a guy like Cain.

    Would be nice to see Shogun do some of this
     

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