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    Very Nice to see you posting again!

    Thank you so much! That means a great deal to me.

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    I lift therefore I am.....

    Thank you Justin! Yes, still power breathing. I use copper tubing.

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    I lift therefore I am.....

    Certainly. My DL topped out most recently at 570 @ 168lbs. I started hitching quite a bit and/or losing back position beyond this. My problems consistently begin at ~580, a ceiling I possibly could...
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    I lift therefore I am.....

    I Pull & Press 7 days/week, while running and a dose of K'bells comprises the majority of my conditioning. Recently, I suffered a minor hamstring strain while sprinting, so I'm back at square one...
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    I lift therefore I am.....

    Hello all! I still haunt the board. Bleedthrough, I'm flattered! Thank you so much for your kind words.

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    partial movements?

    They've worked for me.

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    Started DLing with weights too light

    Forget the weight on the bar. Internalize your effort. With the poundage light, technique can be "heavy". The weights will surely mount.

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    trend...

    For the short time I used extended rests/reps, I rested as long as I needed to between sets. I kept things simple. Pulling weights just short of 500 for fives became very difficult and 321 was much...
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    Believe it or not, between reps! I began having problems at around 480 x 5. The tension required per rep coupled with the weight itself was extremely fatiguing, thus the R.I. between reps. I...
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    Forgive me....

    I should have mentioned they helped me. I've misplaced past training logs, however I gained steadily from 515lbs to just missing 580lbs at a weight of 167lbs utilizing partials, budges and...
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    Partials for Deadlifts

    Search PMT, Progressive movement training or Paul Anderson, there may be some useful info.

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    Training Question for Fighters/Trainers

    His method is consistent with most competitive sportsmen, especially those with a wide skill set (T&F, MMA, Boxing etc.). Although one's specific athletic attributes are indeed drilled all the while,...
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    These might help...

    http://forum.dragondoor.com/training/message/198346/
    http://forum.dragondoor.com/training/message/299733/

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    Chuck Liddell weight training

    He has done some conditioning work with Scott Adams and Brett Hamlin (Hybrid Freestyle Series). I'm not sure if they've severed ties or this was simply a marketing team-up. The series however is...
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    Knee pain during swings? (quasi-long)

    You may want to consider ART Kyle. Oft times the site of pain is but a refferal site for the affected area; in this case the ankle. Your story is similar to my own as I suffered through knee pain as...
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    Question regarding speed-strength

    Improving strength in the posterior chain (low back,glutes,hamstrings) and coordination of motion are essentials in improving vertical. Keeping the reps low and rest intervals long while training the...
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    Climbing Rope Supplier

    US Rope and Cable

    Ahlstrand Marine

    Wolverine Sports


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    Thank you so much Justin! I'm honored to hear my posts have inspired you. Training/Practice is going well and remains simple & brutal. My planches are not as good as Junior's.....yet!
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    hope this works......

    http://www.putfile.com/media.php?n=Junior1

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    Question for

    My apologies for the tardy response Markero (sincere apologies to RL if reading this). Copper tubing and a large trash can filled to near brim are used for my power breathing. Build towards this, as...
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    Trend, a question

    Constantly seeking to increase the tension throughout the body, from the ground up, regardless of the weight being used. Whether it be dynamic or static, you must have the feeling of being rooted,...
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    Hey, you owe me a reply to my last email!

    My bad Rob!! I'm just getting current on this mobile phone phenomena ;) I will shoot you a line shortly with my info.

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    Attention Tred: Glad to see you back.....

    I have not focused on the Oly lifts in the past 6 months or so. Unfortunately, I have not been able to make it to the training hall. My training remains simple & focused:

    POWER BREATHING: DAILY,...
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    doesnt outshine...

    You gents are far too kind. Thank You!

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  25. Trend, Good to see you here!

    Still pushing & pulling heavy! Sprints and K'bells take care of conditioning. I remain flexible in my practice.

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  26. Trend, Good to see you here!

    Thanks David! How is your training going?

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  27. Recommendations on any good rest/recovery/overtraining literature..

    In no particular order:

    Training for Speed by Charlie Francis
    Science of Sports Training by T. Kurz
    Sports Restoration and Massage by Yessis & Siff
    The Trigger Point Therapy Workbook by Clair...
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    Knee/Feet Strengthening

    I have found that some knee problems are often a referral point for other mechanical/structural issues. Flat feet are one of the culprits. This may help:
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  29. can anyone explain self myofascial release well?

    A great site:
    http://www.tpmassageball.com/

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    Check out Ross Enaimat's stuff instead...

    Ditto JLB. Ross is the man!

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