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#15228 - Should have played along. They were just mirin. Vendi Vidi Vici. 07/21/2014 on Fitness - muscle and... +1
#15227 - I heard the pool is good for shoulder recovery. I put a lot of…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/21/2014 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
#15229 - anon (07/21/2014) [-]
whats ur vert brah
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#15240 - scoobydoobydo (07/21/2014) [-]
I never measured it. I have the whitest hops. 6'2 not dunking. Lel.
#15205 - Why would I not be.  [+] (1 new reply) 07/18/2014 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
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#15206 - leal (07/18/2014) [-]
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#15196 - Rip son of Zeus. Goodnight sweet prince.  [+] (3 new replies) 07/18/2014 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
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#15204 - leal (07/18/2014) [-]
Lol are you serious right now?
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#15205 - scoobydoobydo (07/18/2014) [-]
Why would I not be.
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#15206 - leal (07/18/2014) [-]
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#15194 - Currently tracking my macros to make this cut work well. Getti…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/18/2014 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
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#15225 - unncommon (07/20/2014) [-]
Just started working out again bc shoulder. Should be doing push tomorrow but I'll see how that goes. Also I'm jelly of the pool status, that's my ideal cardio work because of reduced stress on joints and how much more of your body you use, but gotta do what you gotta do.
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#15227 - scoobydoobydo (07/21/2014) [-]
I heard the pool is good for shoulder recovery. I put a lot of stress on shoulders with basketball too.
#15229 - anon (07/21/2014) [-]
whats ur vert brah
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#15240 - scoobydoobydo (07/21/2014) [-]
I never measured it. I have the whitest hops. 6'2 not dunking. Lel.
#15156 - I for one have bad shoulder mobility. But I see what you are s… 07/17/2014 on Fitness - muscle and... +1
#15154 - As I said in my first comment his butt should touch the bench.…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/17/2014 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
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#15155 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I know, I wasn't necessarily talking about that guy specifically. I've just been trained to keep my core straight and tight, and it's how I've always seen it done. And not everyone has shoulder problems while benching, some people are shoulder dominant and some aren't. I'm not, and my shoulders have never had issues benching thus far. But you are right about the shoulder girdle thing, the shoulder bones in your back don't have freedom of movement during the lift.
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#15156 - scoobydoobydo (07/17/2014) [-]
I for one have bad shoulder mobility. But I see what you are saying that this guys form is excessive and on his way to snap city.
#15152 - Electronic food scale, cup measurements, barcode scanning. 07/17/2014 on Fitness - muscle and... +1
#15151 - Nope this is a powerlifters form. Like anon said if you are co…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/17/2014 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
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#15153 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I have been to powerlifting meets, I've seen how guys do it. I've never seen a powerlifter, or really anyone, lift that way and call it proper form.

For powerlifting, it's more about technique then raw strength. That means efficient transfer of energy, using as much of your body as possible. The best way to do this is to plant your feet into the ground, keep your core straight and tight, and push up through your core with your legs as a stable base to push through your chest.

Normally I agree with you on things, but I'll fight you on this one haha.
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#15154 - scoobydoobydo (07/17/2014) [-]
As I said in my first comment his butt should touch the bench. If you did this at a meet the lift wouldn't count because his butts not on the bench.
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#15155 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I know, I wasn't necessarily talking about that guy specifically. I've just been trained to keep my core straight and tight, and it's how I've always seen it done. And not everyone has shoulder problems while benching, some people are shoulder dominant and some aren't. I'm not, and my shoulders have never had issues benching thus far. But you are right about the shoulder girdle thing, the shoulder bones in your back don't have freedom of movement during the lift.
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#15156 - scoobydoobydo (07/17/2014) [-]
I for one have bad shoulder mobility. But I see what you are saying that this guys form is excessive and on his way to snap city.
#15138 - Nothing wrong with that form. Your butt should touch the bench though.  [+] (14 new replies) 07/16/2014 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
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#15144 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I'm hoping that's a joke. If your back isn't on the bench like it should, you aren't using your whole body properly.
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#15151 - scoobydoobydo (07/17/2014) [-]
Nope this is a powerlifters form. Like anon said if you are consistently train flat on the bench it is going to put a lot of pressure on the front delts. When I first saw pictures of this I thought it was ridiculous too.
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#15153 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I have been to powerlifting meets, I've seen how guys do it. I've never seen a powerlifter, or really anyone, lift that way and call it proper form.

For powerlifting, it's more about technique then raw strength. That means efficient transfer of energy, using as much of your body as possible. The best way to do this is to plant your feet into the ground, keep your core straight and tight, and push up through your core with your legs as a stable base to push through your chest.

Normally I agree with you on things, but I'll fight you on this one haha.
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#15154 - scoobydoobydo (07/17/2014) [-]
As I said in my first comment his butt should touch the bench. If you did this at a meet the lift wouldn't count because his butts not on the bench.
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#15155 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I know, I wasn't necessarily talking about that guy specifically. I've just been trained to keep my core straight and tight, and it's how I've always seen it done. And not everyone has shoulder problems while benching, some people are shoulder dominant and some aren't. I'm not, and my shoulders have never had issues benching thus far. But you are right about the shoulder girdle thing, the shoulder bones in your back don't have freedom of movement during the lift.
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#15156 - scoobydoobydo (07/17/2014) [-]
I for one have bad shoulder mobility. But I see what you are saying that this guys form is excessive and on his way to snap city.
#15148 - anon (07/17/2014) [-]
This is the strongest piece of broscience I've ever heard.

Flat back bench is a good way to say RIP to your rotator cuffs
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#15149 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
That isn't broscience, the only part of your back that shouldn't be touching the bench the entire lift, is where the natural arch of your back is. What the guy in that picture is doing, is retarded.
#15157 - anon (07/17/2014) [-]
No it isn't. You claimed he's not "using his whole body properly", yet haven't explained how at all. If you're gonna make a claim, you have to back it up.

He has his feet on the ground and ass on the bench, so it would pass in a competition. If anything, he's using his whole body more considering that his lower body remains extremely tight since his feet are directly under him
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#15158 - marinepenguin (07/17/2014) [-]
I have explained this. All his energy is going into his lower back, pushing it up. If he had his core tight like it should be, it would be straight on the bench. That guy in the picture is going to ruin his back very quickly benching like that. If you think it is good form, then continue benching like that. I will enjoy being able to bench over when I turn 45.
#15197 - anon (07/18/2014) [-]
"All his energy is going into his lower back, pushing it up. If he had his core tight like it should be, it would be straight on the bench"

That makes no actual sense at all and it complete broscience. He has the mobility to create an arch that big, so he uses it to reduce his ROM and allow him to lift heavier weights. Most people can't arch that much. Just because I'm informing you on how wrong your are doesn't mean I advocate that method of benching. I can't arch and much and dislike large arch bench.

His lower back also isn't suffering from that arch. If you're still benching heavy over 45, you better thank your parents for giving you resilient rotator cuff genetics.
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#15198 - marinepenguin (07/18/2014) [-]
I think you misunderstanding me, I'm not saying that your back should be perfectly straight. Arch is totally fine, as long as your butt is touching the bench. This guy is not touching the bench with his butt, he isn't keeping his core tight, he's going to hurt his back.

I don't go by broscience.

And I'll just disagree with you on the last point. While genetics are a huge factor for how long you can bench and really do heavy lifts in general, if you bench correctly and don't continually push and over stress your joints or injure them, you can bench into your 50's.
#15182 - anon (07/18/2014) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=x6T45kkQVoU
Why the fuck do they allow this then mate?
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#15183 - marinepenguin (07/18/2014) [-]
I have specifically seen the girl used as an example as what not to do while benching. Different powerlifting federations have their own rules and regulations.