beyond the whiteboard
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Didnt account for tthe metal clips i used. 494lb'er 500 Your next
Deadlift : 5 Rep Max
2470 lbs | Rx'd
Sets Deadlift, 5 reps | 494 lbs
Dec 18, 2012
I'm not taking anything away from this, you definitely have come a long way, Mitch. Great job. Now, if you want to impress me - don't bounce the weight off the ground each rep. Simply kiss the weights to the floor and pull baby, pull.
December 18, 2012 17:27
No worries, This is what helps me get better. This is the first video i took with this much weight. Its great to have pulled that much weight but after watching it i see where your coming from. Also setting my back would make it less dangerous. One of the issues is this is an open gym with nobody to correct you if you do something wrong. It only helps me improve
December 18, 2012 17:35
I did the same thing working up to my heavy 5's, and then used the reset as an opportunity to make it back up those heavy numbers but using as close to perfect form as possible. I can now pull 455 (10#'s shy of my heaviest 5) with an almost flat back. Just my 2 cents! Great attitude man, you are definitely a warrior at heart.
December 18, 2012 17:43
Its Always good to get feedback, I'm hunting that 500. I think i will take your advice and do a reset though to try and correct my form. None the less I'm still pumped to pull it. I think i got another six lbs left in me.
December 19, 2012 05:11