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#228 - go **** yourself 11/26/2014 on But... he's an angel... +2
#120 - "Why can't I return this ammunition I only shot half the …  [+] (1 new reply) 11/23/2014 on You know its true 0
User avatar #121 - dookaargetman (11/24/2014) [-]
You know, I've gotten people like that before. It pisses me off.

That, and I had an old lady take 15 minutes... 15! MINUTES! To decide if she wanted to buy a thing of cloths or towels because she only had enough to buy one or the other.

Had an old lady come up to my till. I asked her how she was doing. She said "I wish you'd stop talking and start bagging." Okay, bitch. It's the 20 year anniversary sale and busy as fuck. Looks to me like I "fucked up" on your transaction. Now, you have to wait in customer service for an hour. Went on my hour break, and gave her a smile, tip of the hat, and wave to the stupid old crone. She was not amused.

I'm an incredibly nice person. I'll lift up the heavy shit you've got to scan it, and put it back, even though management tells me not to. I have a genuine conversation with each and every customer that bothers to make eye contact, and I'm just pleasant.

Just... Not when the customer is a piece of total shit. Then they get fucked, because they deserve it.
#38 - manager here... definitely should be on the morbid channel  [+] (5 new replies) 11/21/2014 on You know its true +12
User avatar #46 - dookaargetman (11/21/2014) [-]
Current cashier here. If there's one thing I hate, it's bringing them to you. Especially if it wasn't anyone's actual fuck-up. I prefer to take the hit and let them leave if I can. You people have enough to do, and I'm only there for 4-8.5 hours.
#120 - ncsutroll (11/23/2014) [-]
"Why can't I return this ammunition I only shot half the box and I don't really like it"

"I've had this shirt for 3 months and it got a hole in it when i fell out of a tree why can't I return it?!""

User avatar #121 - dookaargetman (11/24/2014) [-]
You know, I've gotten people like that before. It pisses me off.

That, and I had an old lady take 15 minutes... 15! MINUTES! To decide if she wanted to buy a thing of cloths or towels because she only had enough to buy one or the other.

Had an old lady come up to my till. I asked her how she was doing. She said "I wish you'd stop talking and start bagging." Okay, bitch. It's the 20 year anniversary sale and busy as fuck. Looks to me like I "fucked up" on your transaction. Now, you have to wait in customer service for an hour. Went on my hour break, and gave her a smile, tip of the hat, and wave to the stupid old crone. She was not amused.

I'm an incredibly nice person. I'll lift up the heavy shit you've got to scan it, and put it back, even though management tells me not to. I have a genuine conversation with each and every customer that bothers to make eye contact, and I'm just pleasant.

Just... Not when the customer is a piece of total shit. Then they get fucked, because they deserve it.
User avatar #41 - theugandanhero (11/21/2014) [-]
Happens almost every day
User avatar #122 - dookaargetman (11/24/2014) [-]
They usually try to go over my head anyways because they don't think I can do shit about it. Then I fix it or take their bitchiness. I just don't take it personally. They wouldn't walk up to me in the middle of the street to bitch me out for no reason. I figure, someone's got to do it. It's easier if I just calm them down and fix their issue.
#107 - as was I. unfortunately most people haven't had that benefit 10/23/2014 on Crossfit 0
#105 - last couple years i've seen more of it than I care to and we'r…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/23/2014 on Crossfit 0
User avatar #106 - clannadqs (10/23/2014) [-]
I feel you. I was lucky enough to have amazing strength coaches in high school that actually cared about us.
#107 - ncsutroll (10/23/2014) [-]
as was I. unfortunately most people haven't had that benefit
#103 - we're on the same page then. lot of people on here look at thr…  [+] (4 new replies) 10/23/2014 on Crossfit 0
User avatar #104 - clannadqs (10/23/2014) [-]
I see what you're referring to, but I'm just saying his is the best one on this comp, in my opinion. I also see what your point is about new guys going out and maybe trying this, but I don't believe anyone is that stupid. Most people do their research before heading to the gym for the first time and don't go outside of their limits. Normally stages to progression from a new lifter as well:

1. Starts with curling and bench for almost a year
2. Realize that was stupid and add some machines for lower body
3. Realize that was stupid and start doing proper free weight lifts, but light
4. Get more into it and hopefully has proper form.

Haha, I've hardly ever seen anyone come flying into the gym their first time and say,"Yo mane, I want to hit up dat lower back and legs."
#105 - ncsutroll (10/23/2014) [-]
last couple years i've seen more of it than I care to and we're right around the corner from all the horrible "resolutioners" in january.. just never know anymore
User avatar #106 - clannadqs (10/23/2014) [-]
I feel you. I was lucky enough to have amazing strength coaches in high school that actually cared about us.
#107 - ncsutroll (10/23/2014) [-]
as was I. unfortunately most people haven't had that benefit
#97 - last thing i will say about it. stand and go through your usua…  [+] (6 new replies) 10/23/2014 on Crossfit 0
User avatar #102 - clannadqs (10/23/2014) [-]
I think you're confusing me for someone who is promoting this man. I, in no way, promote using machines at all. The leg press is bad even if it is used properly.
#103 - ncsutroll (10/23/2014) [-]
we're on the same page then. lot of people on here look at threads like this and if they see somebody that sounds like they know saying its okay, some kid that has never really lifted and doesn't know any better might go try it and get hurt. As far as starting with his back just watch in slow motion and he begins pushing up top at the very beginning of his rep, he's pushing up to overcompensate the plate-style machine vs a barbell. that's where the unnecessary back stress comes in to play
User avatar #104 - clannadqs (10/23/2014) [-]
I see what you're referring to, but I'm just saying his is the best one on this comp, in my opinion. I also see what your point is about new guys going out and maybe trying this, but I don't believe anyone is that stupid. Most people do their research before heading to the gym for the first time and don't go outside of their limits. Normally stages to progression from a new lifter as well:

1. Starts with curling and bench for almost a year
2. Realize that was stupid and add some machines for lower body
3. Realize that was stupid and start doing proper free weight lifts, but light
4. Get more into it and hopefully has proper form.

Haha, I've hardly ever seen anyone come flying into the gym their first time and say,"Yo mane, I want to hit up dat lower back and legs."
#105 - ncsutroll (10/23/2014) [-]
last couple years i've seen more of it than I care to and we're right around the corner from all the horrible "resolutioners" in january.. just never know anymore
User avatar #106 - clannadqs (10/23/2014) [-]
I feel you. I was lucky enough to have amazing strength coaches in high school that actually cared about us.
#107 - ncsutroll (10/23/2014) [-]
as was I. unfortunately most people haven't had that benefit
#95 - "isn't something to worry about immediately" - if yo…  [+] (1 new reply) 10/23/2014 on Crossfit 0
User avatar #98 - clannadqs (10/23/2014) [-]
That's not my thought process. I know how to lift man. Hopefully I will be able to compete by the end of next year, but due to being in the National Guard I have to devote a portion of my year to cardio for an APFT (test). What I meant from "isn't something to worry about immediately" was a direct response to those that are freaking out and saying," One wrong move and snap". That won't happen and you know it. I'm pretty open about it man, I don't agree with what he is doing, but if he is only doing this once a week there will be no injury until he gets older and by that point he probably won't be doing GMs. I also am confused on how you think you can initiate the lift from the bottom with your upper back with the angles he has. Like I have said, he doesn't have perfect form here and I would correct him if he was doing this with me, but he is not initiating coming back up with only his upper back. That would be almost impossible and I would love for you to do only one GM with how his back is positioned and claim you started coming back up with mostly your upper back. I agree with you though, he isn't getting the proper benefits from doing a GM because it isn't free weight, he is going light, and he doesn't have proper form, but my original point was this was the probably the only one on the comp that didn't make me entirely cringe. Another thing to add to this, don't do GMs like the girl in the photo either. If you want a proper GM without having to worry about changing direction (which is bad for you the heavier you go) then set the safety bars up on the rack to the height you would normally change directions at and start from the bottom. That's what I do when I do GMs. I start from the rack, stand up, set it back down. This way I can go much heavier and start with proper form. It's normally what Powerlifters do.
#89 - if you're doing your good mornings with your upper back you're…  [+] (8 new replies) 10/23/2014 on Crossfit 0
User avatar #94 - clannadqs (10/23/2014) [-]
People new to lifting should keep away from GMs for a while anyways. Not really something you just jump into when you probably can't even bench properly at that point. Also, I don't see how you believe he is doing this lift with his upper back. No matter how much bend you have on GMs you're always going to be feeling it in your lower back and glutes. He bends his knees properly, keeps a flat base, and is not horrible with his back. As I have said before, we don't know the context here. Could be his fifth set and he is tired. Granted that is not an excuse for improper form, you sometimes can't avoid it. Sometimes your back will round when pulling heavy, sometimes you might flare your elbows on a set of bench, sometimes you might come to far forward on a squat and turn it into a haggard GM. I will openly say it here though, I would correct that guy if he was with me, but it seriously isn't anything to fret over in the immediate future. It's lightweight and he isn't doing anything other than something that might cause a light overuse issue a few months down the road.
#97 - ncsutroll (10/23/2014) [-]
last thing i will say about it. stand and go through your usual GM process. Good form straight back slow motion good stretch etc. then I want you to duplicate what this jackhole is doing in his video. bend quickly to about 20-30 degrees in your hamstrings and jolt up pressing through your upper body bringing your core and legs in as a second thought. If those two actions feel the same to you something is wrong..

at the same time something that may just cause slight overuse over time can also end up with somebody throwing their back out first try. Lift as you will I do not judge but don't preach poor form and stuff people just randomly make up like the misuse of this legpress as "okay" or "something everybody does" because it halfway resembles a lift done in a different environment.
User avatar #102 - clannadqs (10/23/2014) [-]
I think you're confusing me for someone who is promoting this man. I, in no way, promote using machines at all. The leg press is bad even if it is used properly.
#103 - ncsutroll (10/23/2014) [-]
we're on the same page then. lot of people on here look at threads like this and if they see somebody that sounds like they know saying its okay, some kid that has never really lifted and doesn't know any better might go try it and get hurt. As far as starting with his back just watch in slow motion and he begins pushing up top at the very beginning of his rep, he's pushing up to overcompensate the plate-style machine vs a barbell. that's where the unnecessary back stress comes in to play
User avatar #104 - clannadqs (10/23/2014) [-]
I see what you're referring to, but I'm just saying his is the best one on this comp, in my opinion. I also see what your point is about new guys going out and maybe trying this, but I don't believe anyone is that stupid. Most people do their research before heading to the gym for the first time and don't go outside of their limits. Normally stages to progression from a new lifter as well:

1. Starts with curling and bench for almost a year
2. Realize that was stupid and add some machines for lower body
3. Realize that was stupid and start doing proper free weight lifts, but light
4. Get more into it and hopefully has proper form.

Haha, I've hardly ever seen anyone come flying into the gym their first time and say,"Yo mane, I want to hit up dat lower back and legs."
#105 - ncsutroll (10/23/2014) [-]
last couple years i've seen more of it than I care to and we're right around the corner from all the horrible "resolutioners" in january.. just never know anymore
User avatar #106 - clannadqs (10/23/2014) [-]
I feel you. I was lucky enough to have amazing strength coaches in high school that actually cared about us.
#107 - ncsutroll (10/23/2014) [-]
as was I. unfortunately most people haven't had that benefit
#88 - bro. watch the bend as he pushes up. that's putting the entire…  [+] (3 new replies) 10/23/2014 on Crossfit 0
User avatar #93 - clannadqs (10/23/2014) [-]
His back is not bent too drastically. It's still his lower back bringing the weight back up. Also, most lifters know that a slight arch in your upper back is not a problem at all. The problem comes from an arch in your lower back. This guy's lower back is completely fine in this gif. Hell, he even took his shoes off to keep a flat base even with next to no weight. Seriously though, go watch Candito's video on deadlifts and you can clearly hear him commenting on this. As I said, this guy does not have beautiful form, but it isn't something he will have to worry about immediately.
#95 - ncsutroll (10/23/2014) [-]
"isn't something to worry about immediately" - if you're ever doing a lift and this is your thought pattern that's a problem son. think about your angles between these two lifts you are comparing. during your good morning you are keeping a flat back, lowering slowly to get the most of your stretch, and then raising using your glutes hams and lower back to keep everything straight. What this guy is doing is lowering quickly and then raising first with his upper back THEN following through with his core. watch it slowly, his initial push is with his upper body and he is not returning to full standing position as you would with your good mornings. form is not always gonna be perfect but this guy is in no way getting the benefits of an "improvised GM"
User avatar #98 - clannadqs (10/23/2014) [-]
That's not my thought process. I know how to lift man. Hopefully I will be able to compete by the end of next year, but due to being in the National Guard I have to devote a portion of my year to cardio for an APFT (test). What I meant from "isn't something to worry about immediately" was a direct response to those that are freaking out and saying," One wrong move and snap". That won't happen and you know it. I'm pretty open about it man, I don't agree with what he is doing, but if he is only doing this once a week there will be no injury until he gets older and by that point he probably won't be doing GMs. I also am confused on how you think you can initiate the lift from the bottom with your upper back with the angles he has. Like I have said, he doesn't have perfect form here and I would correct him if he was doing this with me, but he is not initiating coming back up with only his upper back. That would be almost impossible and I would love for you to do only one GM with how his back is positioned and claim you started coming back up with mostly your upper back. I agree with you though, he isn't getting the proper benefits from doing a GM because it isn't free weight, he is going light, and he doesn't have proper form, but my original point was this was the probably the only one on the comp that didn't make me entirely cringe. Another thing to add to this, don't do GMs like the girl in the photo either. If you want a proper GM without having to worry about changing direction (which is bad for you the heavier you go) then set the safety bars up on the rack to the height you would normally change directions at and start from the bottom. That's what I do when I do GMs. I start from the rack, stand up, set it back down. This way I can go much heavier and start with proper form. It's normally what Powerlifters do.

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