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#93 - If the weight is so heavy that you can't lower it to the groun…  [+] (6 replies) 04/12/2015 on Planet Fitness in a nutshell -6
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#182 - Visual (04/12/2015) [-]
Maybe go to a gym, max out and try to lower it without herniating your spine, then come back and post some more ignorant shit.
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#191 - Eiza (04/12/2015) [-]
The heaviest I've been able to deadlift so far is 360 plus the bar because I haven't trained a ton in doing that motion. Still, I set the bar right back down. If your back is the worry then what you should be doing is training your lower back so you don't rip your spine out. You use it to pick the bar up so saying you can't use it and everything else just as well to control the descent is asinine, and I'm not going to apologize for saying that.
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#131 - precision (04/12/2015) [-]
I agree, plus isn't there added benefit with lowering it slowly rather than dropping it?
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#153 - pwnagraphy (04/12/2015) [-]
That benefit is a Higher Risk of hurting your spine on heavy weights

Granted I only drop the weight on a Max Out, if I'm doing sets of 2+ I come back down with it for tap and go since it helps build traps
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#96 - farokhmanesh (04/12/2015) [-]
...No
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#95 - donekilledyou (04/12/2015) [-]
I'm not sure of the reasoning of it exactly and I don't want to get shit on here, but I read somewhere that the negative portion of the workout isn't necessary for some goals (sorry it's super vague, I think it came from Elliot Hulse, i.e. this is 20 seconds of information from 20 minutes of video)
#92 - I'm going full-circle back to the title.  [+] (1 reply) 04/01/2015 on It was me, Dio +1
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#107 - redbannerman (04/01/2015) [-]
>Implying that Deviljho isn't the one who shows up unexpectedly every fucking time.
#11 - Picture 03/28/2015 on Go to bed! +9
#114 - We're not required at Food Lion to ask "Hey, do you have …  [+] (1 reply) 03/18/2015 on Old people +21
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#336 - Lejizack (06/09/2015) [-]
Yoo sister company (Hannaford represent). We dont do saver cards or that shit. Where I work, we generally have good customers. There are some crazies, but generally the customers are ok. I have had similar experiences with everything people have said. Currently, we have to deal with a guy who brings his dog in, says its a service animal(At that point if we ask him anything regarding the dog we can be in a lot of trouble) And if anyone looks at him he will start bitching.