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    Are microwaves okay?

    I've read in a lot of bad press on the microwave. I think a lot of those view points are excessive and sometimes fanatical. I try to avoid using my microwave for cooking things, but do use it to...
  2. Re: who is tony little? N/M

    Never forget the power of the Internet search. Go to Tony Little.com.

    He's really obnoxious and has these infomercials where he shouts a lot. He sells shady fitness products. What else can I say?
  3. Thread: ...why?

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    ...why?

    If I'm not mistaken, forced relaxation is the same thing as shutdown threshold isometric stretching found in Beyond Stretching. That's an intense form of stretching with intense contractions, which...
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    Re: Refresh my memory, please...

    i used to do them when regular pushups hurt my wrist. other than that, the other feature of doing them on your knuckles is an extended range of motion.
  5. i hope you meant *head* on lol n/m

    asdfasfdsdf
  6. dropping DL for SQ training questions

    Right now I have a bar and a decent amount of weight at my apartment which I’m deadlifting with PTP style 5 days a week in a linear cycle. This is my second cycle and I’m combining squat 3x a week at...
  7. that's incredible n/m

    that's incredible n/m
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    reebok made a product like that

    it was called the reebok slide and i remember seeing it a long time ago. try searching for it and see what you find.

    justin
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    Re: deadlift question

    the staggered grip is to accommodate high resistance. deadlifting with the regular grip will develop your grip strength more. learning to use the staggered grip now will ensure you continue to lift...
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    pavel's is

    http://www.dragondoor.com/pavelnews_archive.html

    don't know about the others.

    justinwww.dragondoor.com/pavelnews_archive.html
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    double crush syndrome

    Teresa,

    I'm at work and don't have the time to research right now, but I will when I get home. I read a little bit about double crush syndrome right now and I'm intrigued--my occupation is writing...
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    GDG i feel your pain

    i know of no way to make it work. i tried using google's site search function to no avail... also, you cannot specify what thread you want to start at in the box in the upper left hand corner. well,...
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    it depends

    My experience with CTS is with myself, not with clients. Personally, I find it's a very tenuous balance between keyboarding and kettlebelling. If I do too much of either, I'll wake up with numb...
  14. nice write up!

    it's like a marketing spiel for GS: the glory of victory, the agony of defeat, and beer and pizza!

    seriously, for someone who never really considered participating... it sounds like you guys had a...
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    dang, nice work and dedication n/m

    dang, nice work and dedication n/m
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    i was just kidding

    trying to be funny after a day of sitting in front a computer...

    justin
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    try wrapping a towel around the bar

    but after a while you will get used to it.

    then, check out rob lawrence's article how and why i squat. it's very good and detailed and contains many pointers. if the link doesn't work, click on...
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    it's funny how much time and energy a lot of us spend on writing down workouts instead of life goals. i'm totally guilty of this, dammit.

    justin
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    the key is: never use absolutes

    (like i just did)

    all good american school kids were taught that in true and false tests if something read like "all physical abilities are developed by 12" to say it's false because of the...
  20. Thread: Protein

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    maybe that's why he died!

    i read he went from 140 to 120 at the end of his life as he was filming Enter the Dragon and scenes from Game of Death and supposedly sleeping very little. honestly, if you look at him in certain...
  21. i like the windmill and the snatch

    the windmill because i like the strength it gives me in the sides and the stability it gives my shoulders. seems to help my softball swing.

    snatch because it's fun and gives me major endurance.
    ...
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    thanks for the update, and you have mail n/m

    thanks for the update, and you have mail n/m
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    thanks Com. Pavel, i'll get crackin' n/m

    thanks Com. Pavel, i'll get crackin' n/m
  24. DOMS = delayed onset muscle soreness n/m

    DOMS = delayed onset muscle soreness n/m
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    GTG rocks! nice work n/m

    GTG rocks! nice work n/m
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    fairly unscientific

    to get to the point where i could just pull my weight up with one arm all i was doing is lots of MP with the 1.5 pood--pulling the weight down with my lat (a la successive induction) helped me groove...
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    hey flashpoint...

    where did you read that all athletic capacities are developed by the age of 12? i'm not sure i believe that, but i'd be interested in reading about theories why.

    definitely curious to hear about...
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    new one arm chin PR...

    one.

    felt pretty good, too. successive induction on MP seemed to help most, but last week i did weighted pull ups which gave me confidence.

    now as for my lagging left arm...

    justin
  29. Re: Questions to any RKC or Pavel re: Certification Snatch

    short explanation:
    it wasn't timed, but most i saw "sprinted" meaning the test was over fairly quickly.

    you switch hands once. you can take an additional swing when switching hands.

    justin
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    Re: Tendonitus

    in my experience with tendonitis (which is somewhat extensive because of my addictive personality) it was never something that just happened. it built up over time and it took persistent denial to...
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