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  2. Randal Johnson

    Which clamp meter to get?

    Way to wake up a 10 year old thread brother.
  3. Randal Johnson

    Evil1 Tweeter Pods

    Try pvc end caps.
  4. dem beats

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    I would argue that proper form in that movement would help rehab those knees but I'm not there to reinforce that behavior.
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  6. Godsmack

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    As am I. Now just to get him back to 100% J
  7. Godsmack

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    Solid moves. I just have been having issues with my knees so long, I just am letting them rest. J
  8. Aaron Clinton

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Glad he is back home.
  9. Aaron Clinton

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    I disagree. Its one of the best all around lifts in terms of the amount of muscles being engaged. No, that does not mean get nutty, I never go over 315, heck I have only been doing 225 due to whats available at my house.
  10. Aaron Clinton

    Evil1 Tweeter Pods

    At this time, we are looking for a new supplier.
  11. bigger_george

    Evil1 Tweeter Pods

    Do you still build/stock these? I've been debating on whether I want to do a A-pillar fiberglass install(would be my first time) or be lazy and find the easiest option such as something like those pods. I was considering installing them on the plastic mirror cover panels but they are tiny and not sure if they'd fit properly or support the tweeters well.
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  13. dem beats

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    There should never be a time where the tradition dead lift is your go to way of lifting objects. If your interested in functional strength, get some natural or atlas stones.
  14. dem beats

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    I do rack pulls and bend my knees to just above a 90 degree bent and then hip thrust through. That plus lunges seem to be keeping my legs somewhat in shape. All the walking though puts strain on any gains. My outer quad is now really interesting.
  15. MKader17

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    I feel like I'm on the opposite side of the spectrum. Picking shit up off the floor is a common move for me (AKA deadlift). Squats pretty much work all the things.
  16. MKader17

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Try Barbell Medicine. It's some MDs who are in to lifting. They look to be specializing in pain science.
  17. Godsmack

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Also, pops is finally back home. Wanted go go out to camp this past weekend (less than 72 hrs after being sent home). Needless to say he thankfully did not feel up to going after all. He hates the feeding tube as the nutrient shit takes forever and doesn't feel right for him. Misses real food and says he has lost so much muscle mass. Doesn't think he'll last past DEC either. I keep trying to be positive and reinforce that in him, but I'll be damned if this didn't kick his ass royally. Hate hearing him talking like this. I offered to come home for a bit and he adamantly denied that idea. J
  18. Godsmack

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Glad he's recovering well. Hopefully it helps him out!!! J
  19. Godsmack

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    I don't deadlift, and have been skipping out on leg day for a while now. I need to do more, but for the time being I am just getting back into it. J
  20. Godsmack

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    I'm making a plan on going to a local dealer's shop soon. I want a set for myself once I purchase a home. J
  21. dem beats

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    I did not see this post. I didn't realise Robert had torn a bicep. My concern is only lower back. It's a really bad way to exercise the lower back at anything that is a "heavy" weight. No one is showing me what the deadlift helps with, other than some kind of real CNS type benefits. I'm just over it since I'm not going to compete at anything anytime soon. I would pretty much stop benching as my main chest exercise too if I had a little more agility. People just stick with what they know because there is tradition and we really use the big 3 as strength tests.
  22. dem beats

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    I gave up on heavy deadlifting years ago. Haven't pulled past 4XX in years and the results are better with less stress. I thought it was just my odd shape, but all the other lab rats I help don't even benefit from deadlifting as far as generic gainz
  23. nigel

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    Robert oberst, he's a powerlifter or strongman or something. Tore his bicep deadlifting chasing numbers as a competitor. He was on a joe rogan podcast saying the deadlift has no use as a lift for anyone who doesn't compete in the deadlift.
  24. MKader17

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    ???
  25. nigel

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    if you look at the context in that interview and his background for where he's coming from, the normal person should not go into the gym lifting like that. As not being a competitor, pushing those 1 rep max where you're adding, and adding weight and sacrificing form trying to push past that physical limitation can be absolutely destructive to your body. That being said it doesn't mean you can't see benefits from doing deadlifts. They are a really good exercise with lots of benefits, when done properly, maintaining good form.
  26. Aaron Clinton

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    I have not been consistent with the weights, but I always have the bare minimum of 100 push-ups a day, soccer practice for the boys 1 or 2 nights a week, and my soccer games Sunday nights. So I am trying to slowly roll some more weights back in.
  27. dem beats

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    I'm glad what's his name recently came out saying not to do deadlift unless your training to do deadlift. I've all be cut them out completely and my back have grown much better, with less strain or injury. I think they still provide some CNS type benefits at moderate to light weight though.
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