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Old 04-03-2013, 12:29 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by SecondsOut View Post
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okay, i'll be the one to take on the hated, unpopular, unpleasant role of suggesting that perhaps the difference in numbers is due to your squat depth. you can't fake deadlifts: you either pick it up or you don't. but you can certainly reduce depth in squats. are you 100% sure that this isn't the case? maybe your deadlift actually is higher than your legit squat number.
Don't worry, I want to hear what will make me strong not what will make me think I'm strong.
I have someone that can call my depth for me and I may be able to have someone shoot a video for me. I will look in to it and see.
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BW 229 lbs
Bench 325 (no pause) 285 (1 sec pause)
Squat 395
Deadlift 425
Snatch 155
Clean & Jerk 225

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