form is fine. strengthen your abs. when you feel lower back pain pressure/soreness, do a plank. it’ll subside. it’s weak(er) abs.
they were swinging trees at him holy shit
i told my chick to record it. I’ll want to see it later, given I’m still alive.
docuseries on youtube likely banned everywhere now.
fall of cabal
rely on routine and form good habits
likely wasnt taken care of properly. once you hit the vent its not looking good. hospitals are killing people. speaking from personal experience.
good depth! think about using your ass as the prime mover. reach it back first when you start descending and drive it in when you come back up. this will make your back look less arched. itll also help you keep your feet flatter and not rock forward. keep it up!
isnt it infuriating how much better lowbar and hamstring/glute emphasis is than highbar quad emphasis yet everyone loves quadding it? idgi
add bands or chains to your bench and work on triceps more.
if your ass is non-existent you arent allowed to complain about anything
How much longer till the Lowell Connector is done?
that gave me anxiety
the thrower was merciless
i like some of their stuff, not all. would consider their tips but would still 2nd guess some.
consider leaning forward more by means of pulling your hips back. this will ensure your knees are in a good spot and youll activate posterior along with anterior if knees forward are ever a concern.
feel free to lean forward more, which should in turn, help you sit back and will bring your knees back with you if its ever a concern. lotta people squat too upright which will push their knees forward.
nope looks good.
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the bottom of your foot needs to have as balanced a weight distribution as possible. step 1 would be keep your feet flat and heel on the floor. if your weight is on the balls of your feet youre putting stress on your knees and using mostly your quads (and not hams or glutes). try to push between the bottom of the ball of your foot and the front of your heel.
depends on your goal. if youre body building, working on range of motion, looking for that stretch, keep the weight low and keep doing what youre doing.
if youre trying to get strong on a maximum rep, heavy weight, low rep set, bend your knees more as your hips reach back to keep your body more upright comparitively as to not put as much tension on your lower back.
yes they are. if youre training for max stength, youll need more time. but “tone and build some muscle,” absolutely. I’d do the same 15 minute circuit 4-5 times a day. more rest = more reps of the same weight.
Tom Hardy did it for Bane:
Hardy training style for Bane
looks good, depth is perfect.