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    My squat video: 405+chains for 3x5

    YouTube - 405+chains 3x5 squat

    I've been training for this weight for the past few months now, and finally hit it. I was a little high on a few of the reps here, but that's more of a tight hamstring issue which I'll be addressing in my next program. Most likely would have passed in most organizations.

    I can see a few form issues when the weight got heavy enough. Lower back seems to lose tension in some spots. If you see any other glarring problems, let me know.

    Just a point of pride for me, haha.
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    Your vids make me want to lift heavy again.

    Stupid injuries.
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    *applause* I needed that motivation. That's freaking awesome.

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    Awesome!!!

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    Very nice dude - one of the big problems I see with folks is where they round their lower back out under heavy weights. You really stick the butt out and keep that nice tent in your shirt. Nice work. I really applaud you for that. What is your BW?

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    Subscribing. Will watch when I have time and YouTube access.

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    I love the german snuff film music.

    Very impressive.
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    Impressive. Even in the days when I did squats I was never in the same zip code with that type of weight. I have to say though that I believe in the long run that type of training takes a huge toll on your body. Be careful. Great video.

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    wow thats crazy. I squatted 295 the other day but damn I didn't go down that far. So is that how low you should go on a squat?

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    Random notes:
    -Depth looks good throughout
    -Lower back deteriorated a bit as fatigue set in, as would be expected, but still looked basically under control
    -In the second and third sets, your right side seemed to be going down and coming up a bit further than the left?
    -I like your power rack - what brand/model?
    -Good soundtrack choice... I get to see 'em live in a month, pretty stoked for that

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