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Old 07-06-2009, 09:35 AM   #8
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In one of your videos in the video section, you are doing rack pulls.
These can we either call Romanians, because you are not using your knees, you have them locked slightly bent, except from the standing position.
This is because you don't go any lower from the knees.

I mean, these are for me Romanians, because of not using the knees.
Anyway I ment something like that wwhen I said Romanian Rack Pulls.
But I lower the bar more, past the knees and keep the knees locked.
Anything over the knees I call it Top Deads or Rack Top Deads.
Sometimes it is a little bit confusing with the names of the deadlift variations.

I use the term Rack, when I start the exercise from the Rack in a Dead-stop manner.
Sometimes I do lifts taking the bar from the pins at the standing position and do them from there, without leting the bar in the lowest position on a rack to pause etc, and using the advantage of the stretch reflex.

Anyway, I hope you understand what I mean.

I will come back when I have time, with more info about B.i.Z.Z. training and the muscle group splitting.
I'm working on it at the moment.
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