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#12 - if you're cleaning significant weight then no, you're not supp…  [+] (1 reply) 02/03/2014 on Proper Gym Etiquette (OC) 0
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#15 - clannadqs (02/03/2014) [-]
www.ironmind.com/ironmind/opencms/Lifts/Dropping_weights.html

It's common courtesy to not drop the weight an you are damaging equipment even if they are rubber. Go workout at your house or a gym that doesn't care if you oly lift. It's common courtesy to not drop the weight and it's not even necessary most of the time. Your body can handle guiding weight down.
#9 - there is no situation where you should drop your weight withou…  [+] (4 replies) 02/03/2014 on Proper Gym Etiquette (OC) -1
#11 - clannadqs (02/03/2014) [-]
Except it is. The only people that drop their weight or throw it down are those involved in crosshit or don't know how to properly do compound lifts. It's a well known fact you don't drop weight on your compound lifts unless you can't "pull" the weight on a deadlift. I'm not saying you should hold the weight the entire way down, I'm saying you should at least guide it down and not entirely let go of the bar when you get to the top.
#14 - fbiagent (02/03/2014) [-]
agreed. oly lifts are really the only situation where it'd be necessary to drop it and you'd be at a lifting gym (as opposed to a commerical gym like 24 hour fitness) if you were oly lifting
#12 - youarenowhere (02/03/2014) [-]
if you're cleaning significant weight then no, you're not supposed to guide it down. it just causes injury
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#15 - clannadqs (02/03/2014) [-]
www.ironmind.com/ironmind/opencms/Lifts/Dropping_weights.html

It's common courtesy to not drop the weight an you are damaging equipment even if they are rubber. Go workout at your house or a gym that doesn't care if you oly lift. It's common courtesy to not drop the weight and it's not even necessary most of the time. Your body can handle guiding weight down.
#64 - haha funny!  [+] (3 replies) 08/09/2013 on Sharks +3
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#81 - homicidalpickle (08/09/2013) [-]
he thought it was funny you prick
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#82 - hammarhead (08/09/2013) [-]
it never ceases to amaze me how bitter people can be on here...
I meant no offence, I just thought it was silly that he said that. normally if they think it's funny, they just thumb it. If they think it's really funny, their response is usually a little more elaborate. It just struck me as odd. I'm really sorry if i mad you mad.
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#17 - you must be brown  [+] (1 reply) 02/03/2013 on Lord of the airport +1
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#24 - dapape (02/04/2013) [-]
Dude, I wish I was brown. The natives get whatever they want up here. It's ridick
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