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Old 07-03-2014, 04:53 PM   #5
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Great read and thanks for sharing JB. I remember Steve, years ago, preaching the gospel about upper back strength, for many reasons, including deadlifts. I hated BOBR's, but found pendlay Rows, and fell in love with them. After hitting pendlays for awhile, I finally got my 500 milestone deadlift. No coincidence either.

The pendlay's also helped me get rid of a weak point - power off the floor.

For these 2 reasons, I have become the #1 fan of pendlay's. Getting better at pull ups and shrugs didn't hurt either.
I've been doing Pendlay rows recently. I hope I can grab some progress like you've had, Jim!
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Squat 240kg
Bench 155kg
Dead 262.5 kg
Best Total 645kg
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