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    what is the difference between stronglifts and deadlifts. i know what you mean. i am strenght training too, and I like deadlifts tho they do agravate the leg tendon a bit. yes i wanted to be a powerlifter too, but no money for a trainger. still i do what i can

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    Quote Originally Posted by owens2001
    i know what you mean.
    Somehow I'm not confident of that.

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    what is the difference between stronglifts and deadlifts
    Deadlifts are a resistance-training exercise. Stronglifts 5x5 is a resistance-training program. If you click on the underlined portion of the preceding section, you can read more about it. Alternately, you could have put "stronglifts" into Google and found basically the same page.

    Please put a bit more effort into learning.
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    sorry. i got little time to check forums. and computer stuff too.

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    This isn't "computer stuff" or "forums" stuff. This is training stuff. If you want to train effectively, it's ultimately your responsibility to put the time in to learn how to do so. And if you don't have the time to do that, then you don't have the time to make posts here.
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    Use chalk when training. Use a pumice stone between training to reduce the size of calluses. I'm not a massive fan of straps and don't think they should be used on DL unless you are failing the lift due to grip, not becuase you don't want calluses. I think for high rep stiff legged DLs etc they are an unfortunate necessity.

    Russ/Emevas whats hook grip like in so much as reducing calluses? I figure since it stops that little roll of fat present in your palm it may reduce them somewhat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sakmongkol
    Russ/Emevas whats hook grip like in so much as reducing calluses? I figure since it stops that little roll of fat present in your palm it may reduce them somewhat.
    Never tried 'em, and I couldn't even guess. Sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRuss
    This isn't "computer stuff" or "forums" stuff. This is training stuff. If you want to train effectively, it's ultimately your responsibility to put the time in to learn how to do so. And if you don't have the time to do that, then you don't have the time to make posts here.
    Your a PRICK!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by owens2001
    what is the difference between stronglifts and deadlifts. i know what you mean. i am strenght training too, and I like deadlifts tho they do agravate the leg tendon a bit. yes i wanted to be a powerlifter too, but no money for a trainger. still i do what i can
    Your tendons could be hurting just from lifting heavy. Supplementing with fish oil will help that.

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    Your a PRICK!!!!!
    Guilty as charged. I'm also making a genuine effort to help him. I think it's fair to expect him to reciprocate.

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    Your tendons could be hurting just from lifting heavy. Supplementing with fish oil will help that.
    Because I'm a prick, I'll ask for the credible evidence you have to support the claim that fish oil will help tendons that are sore from "lifting heavy". (You do have credible evidence, right?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRuss
    Guilty as charged. I'm also making a genuine effort to help him. I think it's fair to expect him to reciprocate.



    Because I'm a prick, I'll ask for the credible evidence you have to support the claim that fish oil will help tendons that are sore from "lifting heavy". (You do have credible evidence, right?)
    But given you're such a pendant , I thought you'd just point out that really it's "you're a prick"

    Re the hook grip - you get a little callous along the inside edge of your thumb instead.

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