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    My 515lb Deadlift video

    Figure I'd post this up for critique and just to give a little validity to my posting rather than just being a faceless name online spouting out advice.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xHqCEbDV4eo

    I actually drop the bar on the first pull, then catch it in my hands and complete the rep, hence the weird pattern in the lift. I was hitching a bit on the top, need to work on my lockout strength. I'm also very chubby with skinny calvs =P

    #2
    nice work man, what were you listening to btw

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      #3
      Nice work dude. And nice drive. I though you were gonna drop it on the first try.

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        #4
        Upper back looks great, knees translate medially a bit. Not crazy about your glute engagement off the pickup . . . Next time lighter lifts in profile for critique, pls.

        P.S. 515 is nothing to sneeze at, so congrats!

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          #5
          Originally posted by ironlurker
          nice work man, what were you listening to btw
          I honestly have no idea what was playing at the time, prolly some NIN.

          And yeah RM, next time I'll prolly try to get a better angle for recording, but I can't promise too light of weights as it's my ME day, haha.

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            #6
            Very nice.
            At least I have bigger calves than you!

            Originally posted by Repulsive Monkey
            Next time lighter lifts in profile for critique, pls.
            So you can see his glutes?
            :new_Eyecr

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              #7
              Nice pull. that's a 2x bodyweight?

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                #8
                2.5. I'm 205lbs, not 250, haha.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by PizDoff the Jocund
                  So you can see his glutes?
                  :new_Eyecr
                  He can visualize them :evil6:

                  I was also thinking a profile clip would be better for analysis. I do that regularly now, and I can see whether I'm failing (arched back, no hips, etc.) Clips are an excellent tool.
                  Last edited by Teh El Macho; 12/19/2007 12:01pm, . Reason: I need to use the stoopid quote function

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                    #10
                    Shouldn't the back be arched and not rounded?

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                      #11
                      Agh, typo!!! Rounded I mean :tongue6:

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                        #12
                        Nice work, now lets see some powercleans!

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                          #13
                          What ever happened to the ostrich you rode in on, you must have messed up the poor creatures legs with 515lbs.......wait, you weren't sitting on a chicken and those are your legs?

                          Dude, I'm fuckin with you, nice lift. I popped a nut and slipped a disc just watching it. Good job.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by feedback
                            Nice work, now lets see some powercleans!
                            As soon as I see some training, I will =P

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                              #15
                              A lot of calf shape and size is genetically influenced. People either tend to have diamond shaped (looks bigger) or triangle shaped (looks smaller), and on top of that you can be a "low responder" for calves in particular. If anyone points at your calves IRL just give pick them up and give them a gorilla press slam :icon_tong

                              editud for speling

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