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Posted On:4/26/2007 9:42am
Style: Chemical Assistance
I wear my .511 tacs.
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Posted On:4/26/2007 10:35am
Style: creonte on hiatus
Ok, I'm leaning towards these puppies (the blue ones are the only one of size 8.5)
Originally Posted by Equipoise
I wear my .511 tacs.
What are those???? :icon_scra
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Posted On:4/26/2007 11:58am
Style: Judo - Boxing
These, I imagine.
"Keep a sharp knife, shiny boots and be on time."
Posted On:4/27/2007 4:39pm
I would like to say that the deadlift video helped me add an extra what I imagine to be 30-50lbs on my deadlift max.
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Posted On:4/27/2007 5:24pm
Originally Posted by Cullion
I've been putting the weight on the floor and picking it up again.
Question is, is it really good to reduce the range of movement just to get a higher number ?
No. Drop your weight down and do it correctly. The thing about deads is that the number of repetitions should be relatively low. The higher the number the more prone one is to use improper form to make up for grip fatigue or specific muscle group fatigue.
And yes, the tacs refer to boots. Gives a whole new impression to the college kids in the gym that wear the neon colored Nike's who lift occasionally and think they're 10ft tall, bullet proof and possessing more law knowledge than all of Harvard combined.
Last edited by Equipoise; 4/27/2007 5:27pm at .
Posted On:5/09/2007 11:21am
Well, I ended up getting these ASIC wrestling shoes (the blue ones).
Goddamit. I'm happy with them, and it's true. You can feel the difference when lifting with almost no cushioning in the soles. I did cleans and deadlifts with them, and it was the first time I felt my hamstrings, back and obliques. They were sore, good sore.
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