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    Did you see the info on the youtube vid, CC?

    Did you see the info on the youtube vid, CC?
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    I agree completely with Jason. Standards for...

    I agree completely with Jason. Standards for lifts exist for a reason, and one doesn't need to be able to complete the same feat to be able to judge whether the standard is met. If you let Donnie...
  3. It's definitely a problem on your end.

    It's definitely a problem on your end.
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    "Subjects were recreationally active with no...

    "Subjects were recreationally active with no formal weight-lifting experience or regular weight-lifting activity over the last year".
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    The bells want to pull your scapulae down. If...

    The bells want to pull your scapulae down. If you're doing it right, you'll be keeping good posture and preventing this - thus working the muscles that upwardly rotate and elevate the scapulae, even...
  6. Thread: Indian Clubs

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    Not sure how serious Jetronin was being, but...

    Not sure how serious Jetronin was being, but since we're debating it anyway:
    http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Appeal_to_ancient_wisdom
  7. You've answered your own question. It doesn't...

    You've answered your own question. It doesn't matter a damn what anyone else thinks or says if for you cleans and pullups the day before have a negative effect. Everything is a starting point and a...
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    Elite olympic lifters and powerlifters would...

    Elite olympic lifters and powerlifters would probably agree, but it's not impossible to make gains. Glenn Pendlay, who knows a little something about lifting, even wrote an article about how to train...
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    For those interested, here is the most recent...

    For those interested, here is the most recent discussion on this exact topic, not even a month ago:
    http://kbforum.dragondoor.com/showthread.php?t=152796
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    I actually think the setup position looks pretty...

    I actually think the setup position looks pretty good, except for spinal posture. So where you're at from 0:04-0:06, if you could get your lumbar curve back, chest up, you'd be gold.

    Then of...
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    I disagree with bwwm. If grip is your limiting...

    I disagree with bwwm. If grip is your limiting factor - which it is - then chalk will help. If chalk didn't add more than "a little bit", you wouldn't see powerlifters using it outside of deadlifts,...
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    Are you using chalk?

    Are you using chalk?
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    Yeah, I tend to type a lot. I like the sound of...

    Yeah, I tend to type a lot. I like the sound of my own text, so to speak.
    Apologies about the formatting, I'm usually good with this, but I didn't bother breaking up the study quote with paragraphs...
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    I'm not sure how anybody can argue that you...

    I'm not sure how anybody can argue that you should "just lift it". I'd be surprised to discover someone who can lift a substantially heavy weight and found that "just move it from A to B" is an...
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    Slightly narrower stance, slightly narrower grip....

    Slightly narrower stance, slightly narrower grip. If you stand up straight and just let your arms hang as loose and long as possible, that's about the width you want them to be. We're only talking...
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    I think you've missed the point, because the very...

    I think you've missed the point, because the very premise of "what is the weakness, tightness, etc etc" in regards to adducting knees is the wrong question (read the third quote again - that is...
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    You're absolutely right that the Movement book...

    You're absolutely right that the Movement book doesn't go into that, because Gray Cook doesn't believe that it's the right approach at all. Here, let me give you a few excerpts to try and clarify:
    ...
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    Jim, thanks for taking the time to post. I've...

    Jim, thanks for taking the time to post. I've followed your website for years despite being completely hopeless at bodyweight and gymnastic skills myself, and I love seeing your videos and your...
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    Well, I can say honestly that I have no intention...

    Well, I can say honestly that I have no intention of ever "trying to convince someone to give [me] money to make an infomercial", so I guess that makes me a loser. At least in your opinion. But I'm...
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    Not as sad as the notion that everyone has to...

    Not as sad as the notion that everyone has to have the same aspirations in life.
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    Well, no, because that routine would be PttP. I...

    Well, no, because that routine would be PttP. I believe Steve is just giving you more options as to what you can do for your deadlift as PttP Pro is specifically written for competitive powerlifters....
  22. Thread: Value of FMS?

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    I find a few of Anoop's arguments extremely...

    I find a few of Anoop's arguments extremely uncompelling:

    First of all, risk of injury may be higher, but there is absolutely no reason to say "extremely high". This 'problem' is easily solved by...
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    Thanks. ...

    Thanks.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9A9aM126Yo
    Here is an attempt by Jim Bathurst (of Beast Skills fame, and I believe he was the model in CC too) to do what I believe is the skill you're...
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    I haven't read CC. Can someone outline the style...

    I haven't read CC. Can someone outline the style of pushup we're talking about?
  25. The difference is the RKC is "not about the...

    The difference is the RKC is "not about the kettlebell". There's a reason pullups are a part of RKC II and the bodyweight and easy strength seminars contribute towards attaining RKC III. A bodyweight...
  26. I have nearly finished reading this book myself....

    I have nearly finished reading this book myself. The author's website is eatmoveimprove.com and he has an article which covers some of the same content, for those who are interested (off the top of...
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    A novel idea: If you like the idea, try it and...

    A novel idea: If you like the idea, try it and see what happens. Be objective about your progress after 8 weeks, and then modify slightly and continue. You may very well respond better to high...
  28. Anyone who says the combination of a deadlift and...

    Anyone who says the combination of a deadlift and a front raise is a beneficial exercise has no credibility. That is all.
  29. Well, it doesn't really surprise me that...

    Well, it doesn't really surprise me that attempting a maximal voluntary contraction exceeded the muscle activity of a non-maximal static hold.
  30. What exactly was the data you got? Bret Contreras...

    What exactly was the data you got? Bret Contreras has done quite a few articles presenting his own EMG research, and I don't think his findings were like yours. Here's the first in the series:...
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