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Old 01-12-2010, 04:32 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by kitarpyar View Post
IMO, worst advice from mags are -

1. Splits
2. Tons of isolation
3. Miracle supps

Yeah Coleman's form is s***, but I guess perfect form is over-rated. IMO any form that allows you to lift without injuring yourself (and this might change a bit depending on the individual's structure) should be fine, as long as it lets you lift heavy.
W/e Coleman has done worked for him (bigness being the criterion, overall though, I am not a fan of that physique at all). Not saying it will work for everyone, but it did okay for him.
this is what i believe as well and was my poinr earlier.

i havent seen a ton of his vids, but i have seen his 800 lb deadlift and thats impressive
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