Pure #savage 😬
When the @forsakenwarrior stops by a local fitness gym, strolls in with his sleeveless shirt, flowing beard, and toque (worn inside) loads up 765 lbs (348 kg) and has the whole gym low key watching...then muscles out 3 reps. His legend at that gym will grow. While he will never be seen at this gym again, stories will pass from generation to generation of the 7'5" giant with red flowing hair like the fires of hell, blue eyes cold and hard like steel, arms like tree trunks and shoulders like boulders, who loaded up every plate in the house and AmRAP'd it...
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Who ever finishes the above sentence the best in the comments below, likes the picture and tags 2 friends will get a $10 gift card to Starbucks or I’ll PayPal you $10 bucks if you don’t like coffee. Which by the way makes you crazy. Haha
Mine: The look you give your girl when you ask her what she wants to eat and she says “whatever, babe. You pick” and when you make a suggestion she rejects it. Like how you gonna say whatever but then when I pick you say not that. 🤦🏻♂️
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Vikings Season 6? Waiting for my call 😂
Your favorite Master? Cervantes takes 705 lbs (320 kg) for as smooth and fast a squat as you'll see...
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@Regranned from @masscervantes - "THAT MOVED EASIER THAN EXPECTED."
Well despite low back still feeling funny and first time with a straight bar on my back since the meet this happened. Honestly just feeling kind of meh but seeing @joeyflexx7 @russwole and @tina_tornado putting in work yesterday brought made me turn it up a bit. Took 595x1 and 650x2 before this all moved fast. So decided to throw on 705x1 (55lb bar) and well looks like it'll be around openerish when I decide to get back in sleeves. Shoutout to @soto_42 @_lowery_ and @nazzztynazzz on the spot. 📸 Joey
@damienpezzuti is a beast and just buries Depth!! #squat2depth#repthedepth#Repost @damienpezzuti (@get_repost)
585 from last week. This was one of the fastest reps I’ve done with 6 plates. *
P.S. How exciting was that @steelers game last night? I think I aged five years.
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SAVE YOUR WRISTS AND FOREARMS ‼️
I often see people doing dumbbell bench press with their wrists fully extended, elbows completely locked out at the top of each repetition, and forearms fully pronated. ❌ This form is extremely tough on the forearm muscles that are responsible for extending the wrist. The joints which connect the forearm bones to the hand bones (radiocarpal/ulnocarpal joints) are also being compressed to a greater degree in this position. Additionally, this position puts the shoulder in a more vulnerable position where it is less stable
Try putting your arms at a 45 degree angle from your torso (45 degrees of pronation, as shown in the picture), keeping the wrists at a neutral, slightly extended position, and softening the elbows (slight bend) at the top of each rep. ✅ This position will allow for less strain on the wrist extensors, decrease compression between the radiocarpal and ulnocarpal joints, decrease the risk of shoulder impingement, and allow for more scapular retraction (shoulder blades moving toward each other on your back➡️⬅️) when bringing the dumbbells toward your chest
🔑 Take-away: slightly modifying your positioning to match the second photo, will not only decrease wrist and forearm issues, but it can also prevent shoulder injuries .
Tag someone who needs to fix their form 😅
Deadlift Day ft. Shoulder Press Dick Measuring Contest 😂😂
Phone decided to corrupt my Snatch Grip Deadlift video so sorry team, worked up to 240kg/528lbs for reps, these are getting hard now 💪💪
So instead here's some Accessory work we hit afterwards, we did some Back and then Shoulders, this was set number five on this machine, Full Stack (80kg/176lbs) plus 65kg/143lbs 👊👊
As you can see @bulldogpowerlifting was the better endowed today @genesisgym 😂🔥🔥
Obviously doesn't correlate directly to a regular Barbell Press, but it's Overhead Pressing I can do that doesn't ruin my Shoulders. Machines have their place even in Powerlifting programmes, don't discredit any piece of equipment. Not even the Shake-A-Weight, I'm sure it helps someone 😂😂
Putting it out there for public opinion, who would be interested in IG Stories from yours truly ? 🤔🤔
I'd cover day to day diet, training, accessories, mobility etc plus any questions or ideas you guys had. I've toyed with the idea for awhile now but haven't been very decisive 😅😅
Anyway Bodyweight hit a new low this morning so safe to say America didn't effect my progress too negatively, and with rep strength still being decent I can't complain 👊👊
Last night was #legday !!! Try this supper set for the #booty 🍑 🔹Hip Thrusts🔹
4x12-15 (superset with summon #deadlift ) 🔹🔹TIP🔹🔹 I absolutely love this movement because for me I really feel it in my #glutes and #hamstrings and it has been one of my staple movements for them booty #gains !!The trick is to drive up threw your heels (you can see my toes are not touching the floor threw out the whole movement) and hold and squeeze your glutes at the top for a good 3 seconds! Give it a try!!!🔥
That @metroflexgym_murrieta in the background thoooo!! 💁🏻