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Old 11-07-2012, 05:03 PM   #31
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We seem to be arguing about extremes. The truth usually lies somewhere between the two.
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I think its pretty clear that nobody should be constantly violently locking out lifts.
Some don't have a choice, for example Olympic lifters.
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Some don't have a choice, for example Olympic lifters.
I thought we were discussing BBing? I do agree that olympic lifting requires you to violently lock your joints though.
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I think we should alternate sides when locking out. Press up, lock out right while keeping left under tension. Then repeat with left side being locked out.

Sorry, no, not serious. Just adding a little humor to a serious topic. I bring nothing to this conversation.

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I think we should alternate sides when locking out. Press up, lock out right while keeping left under tension. Then repeat with left side being locked out.

Sorry, no, not serious. Just adding a little humor to a serious topic. I bring nothing to this conversation.

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I do that a lot, I normally term it a failed lift as I stand struggling with the weak arm...



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