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Remember the 65Kg? Now 90Kg! Thanks MT ppls!

Hi Guys and Gals,

Remember last week i posted me Deadlifting 65kg , and lots of ppl posted tips on form. And that 65kg was too easy well just finished my session and i Deadlifted 90kg!!! 80/90/90 Very Happy! Would like to say thanks guys and gals! Thanks for the help and Surrport GO MT!

Tips were good feel form is better. No straps Last rep on both 90s were weak but hopefulyl that will improve with time.

Vids below as Normal by request.

PS. Today i was off my Rocker sorry for the shouting and that was just super Pumped.
Not sure why! Maybe coz That asda chick (not superwomen) Is not my GF! Who knows! lol

Vids:( u mite have to pause it till it buffers then play )

80Kg:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SM84s5YvEE0


90kg:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iu-1ezO07iQ


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    theiopener
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    RE: Remember the 65Kg? Now 90Kg! Thanks MT ppls! 2008/05/19 15:12:22 (permalink)
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    fcuking easy mate, stick some more weight on there boyo, theres an easy 110kg waiting to be repped
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    RE: Remember the 65Kg? Now 90Kg! Thanks MT ppls! 2008/05/19 15:13:07 (permalink)
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    lmao, now go and throw some weight on.


    whats your problem? that was so easy there looks to be alot more in the tank.

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    RE: Remember the 65Kg? Now 90Kg! Thanks MT ppls! 2008/05/19 15:16:31 (permalink)
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    Tryed 100kg for final set my pulled off 3 reps my grip went! So done another of 90kg. If my grip was betteri reckon i could of hit 100kg, But im happy 25kg jump in a week.

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    RE: Remember the 65Kg? Now 90Kg! Thanks MT ppls! 2008/05/19 15:18:19 (permalink)
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    Well done mate, now use a mixed grip and put more weight on the bar, that was far too easy for deadlifts.
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    RE: Remember the 65Kg? Now 90Kg! Thanks MT ppls! 2008/05/19 15:18:50 (permalink)
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    Jim get yourself some of this stuff mate click on me!

    This will help with grip to no end. Also keep those reps to 8 and under and youll get some good weight being shifted and some size added too
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    RE: Remember the 65Kg? Now 90Kg! Thanks MT ppls! 2008/05/19 15:19:27 (permalink)
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    well done on beating your pb - are you not supposed to use a mixed grip for deadlifts tho?


     
     
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    RE: Remember the 65Kg? Now 90Kg! Thanks MT ppls! 2008/05/19 15:20:47 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: pulitu
    well done on beating your pb - are you not supposed to use a mixed grip for deadlifts tho?

    you can lift with conventional grip mate, its just mixed grip provides a better grip for some people when the weight gets heavy. I find conventional sucks for me, even with chalk the bar slips out, but with chalk and mixed grip at 220kg it stays put
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    RE: Remember the 65Kg? Now 90Kg! Thanks MT ppls! 2008/05/19 15:24:25 (permalink)
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    well done mate, still looks to light for you, stick some more on!


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    RE: Remember the 65Kg? Now 90Kg! Thanks MT ppls! 2008/05/19 15:28:34 (permalink)
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    Alright fella.

    Just having a look at your vid. You're doing good so far, but try and attempt to utilise a little more leg drive at the beginning of the lift. At the moment you're sort of 'snatching' (not to be confused with the oly lift, obviously) the pull, with your lower back and arms. You'll be able to get away with this for another 20kgs or so, but, as you start to go heavier, you will need to be more sensible in you're firing patterns when you initiate the lift.

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    RE: Remember the 65Kg? Now 90Kg! Thanks MT ppls! 2008/05/19 15:28:38 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: FrankenJim

    Tryed 100kg for final set my pulled off 3 reps my grip went! So done another of 90kg. If my grip was betteri reckon i could of hit 100kg, But im happy 25kg jump in a week.


    Jim-lad are you saying you did 100kg for 3 reps? If so that's a succesfull 100kg lift mate - well done!

    Mixed grip will have you pulling 120kg I would guess, maybe a bit more.
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    RE: Remember the 65Kg? Now 90Kg! Thanks MT ppls! 2008/05/19 15:40:54 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: theiopener

    ORIGINAL: pulitu
    well done on beating your pb - are you not supposed to use a mixed grip for deadlifts tho?

    you can lift with conventional grip mate, its just mixed grip provides a better grip for some people when the weight gets heavy. I find conventional sucks for me, even with chalk the bar slips out, but with chalk and mixed grip at 220kg it stays put


    ta eddie - lookin good in your avi mate - congrats


     
     
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    RE: Remember the 65Kg? Now 90Kg! Thanks MT ppls! 2008/05/19 15:44:53 (permalink)
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    Cheers Lads your saying add more weight but 100Kg 3 reps was max i could do, All though it was the grip, the bar slipped out on me.
    Got to remember im only 6 weeks in. Yeh i need to learn out to count! lol MrMauy yes 100 for 3. bar sliped out from me CRASH! lol

    Thanks for the link fella will get some.

    Any pics or vids to different grips to try?

    Cheers lads lol back is tingerling! lol

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    RE: Remember the 65Kg? Now 90Kg! Thanks MT ppls! 2008/05/19 15:45:26 (permalink)
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    I may have missed this, but why are you not dling off the ground.you have the bar sitting on two plates either side.any reason?
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    RE: Remember the 65Kg? Now 90Kg! Thanks MT ppls! 2008/05/19 15:47:15 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: pulitu
    ta eddie - lookin good in your avi mate - congrats

    Thanks mate, not done yet
    ORIGINAL: HELLBOY..
    I may have missed this, but why are you not dling off the ground.you have the bar sitting on two plates either side.any reason?

    Because his other vids he was going too far down due to the plates not being high enough to raise the bar. His arms were getting loose
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    RE: Remember the 65Kg? Now 90Kg! Thanks MT ppls! 2008/05/19 15:48:33 (permalink)
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    Go on my son
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    RE: Remember the 65Kg? Now 90Kg! Thanks MT ppls! 2008/05/19 16:04:49 (permalink)
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    Alright fella.

    Just having a look at your vid. You're doing good so far, but try and attempt to utilise a little more leg drive at the beginning of the lift. At the moment you're sort of 'snatching' (not to be confused with the oly lift, obviously) the pull, with your lower back and arms. You'll be able to get away with this for another 20kgs or so, but, as you start to go heavier, you will need to be more sensible in you're firing patterns when you initiate the lift.


    Well done m8... Looks like a fair bit more weight to go on... As above ^^^^ agreed


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    RE: Remember the 65Kg? Now 90Kg! Thanks MT ppls! 2008/05/19 16:07:52 (permalink)
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    Looked easy.

    The bar needs to come closer to your legs. From the nee up, it should be touching. With alot of people it should also be scraping up your shins.

    Don't bend your arms before pulling the weight up. This is why it is looking pretty jerky from the start of the rep. This may be because the weight is too light but you shouldn't have to jerk it up. It should be smooth.

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    RE: Remember the 65Kg? Now 90Kg! Thanks MT ppls! 2008/05/19 16:45:19 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: jack5r

    Looked easy.

    The bar needs to come closer to your legs. From the nee up, it should be touching. With alot of people it should also be scraping up your shins.



    Wrong.

    Starting with your shins touching the bar will mean that you end initiating the lift with your shoulders over the barbell. This is put's you at a disadvantage for two reasons:
    1) You are bio-mechanically in-efficent. The futher back you start the lift, the easier it will be to get into a lower starting position . Remember you need to pull the bar back and towards you NOT out and away from you.
    2) When you squat down to start the pull this will put your knees over the bar and cause your lower back to round as you attmept the initial drive off the floor.

    So just how much space should one keep between their shin and the bar?. A fist's length is generally a good starting point.

    Taller lifters will have more wiggle room in this regard.


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    RE: Remember the 65Kg? Now 90Kg! Thanks MT ppls! 2008/05/19 16:49:41 (permalink)
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    well done mate. Bet your ecstatic, every time i set a pb i feel on top of the world lol.
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