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Ronnie Coleman Video

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2005/07/26 00:06:05 (permalink)

Ronnie Coleman Video

This guy is sick i tell you, sick.

http://www.2005olympia.com/clips/1

Anybody else think his form looks poor in some of these exercises??

Greg

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    sillynarbie
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    RE: Ronnie Coleman Video 2005/07/26 00:13:50 (permalink)
    Awful form in all the back exercises, oh well, it clearly works for him.
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    RE: Ronnie Coleman Video 2005/07/26 00:19:27 (permalink)
    agreed, rubbish form
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    RE: Ronnie Coleman Video 2005/07/26 00:34:05 (permalink)
    Believe it or not I was going to post the same thing! A lot of the top Pros seem to have poor form that I have seen videos of?
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    cu3ed
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    RE: Ronnie Coleman Video 2005/07/26 00:34:13 (permalink)
    WOW if i do those exercises ill be just as big as him!!!!!!!
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    RE: Ronnie Coleman Video 2005/07/26 00:51:21 (permalink)
    yeh, he'll get nowhere training like that, who is he?
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    RE: Ronnie Coleman Video 2005/07/26 00:55:50 (permalink)
    That man is not human... respect

    The only thing I will say about his form, effective though it may be, I would hate for a newb to see him training like that and attempt to imitate him
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    RE: Ronnie Coleman Video 2005/07/26 01:12:14 (permalink)
    whats wrong with his form??


    He only wants to stimulate his muscles and job done
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    TrentReznik
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    RE: Ronnie Coleman Video 2005/07/26 01:20:16 (permalink)
    He's got no rhythm MM,looks to fast to,lolol,listen to me diss Ronnie,I rule obviously!
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    MuscleM4n
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    RE: Ronnie Coleman Video 2005/07/26 01:23:04 (permalink)
    i am sure the big fella knows what he is doing, and i know he is not undestructable, but all those years of hard training will have toughened him up to allow him to use form like that?


    sorry i am babbling now....you understand what i am trying to say?
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    sillynarbie
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    RE: Ronnie Coleman Video 2005/07/26 01:31:42 (permalink)
    Bodybuilding like everything is trial and error, whats the point in using the strictest form and slow reps if it doesn't nothing for you? I'm sure hes tried and test almost everything so its just down to what works for him.
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    RE: Ronnie Coleman Video 2005/07/26 01:41:11 (permalink)
    how's he going to get big doing that?
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    RE: Ronnie Coleman Video 2005/07/26 02:29:11 (permalink)
    i wish i could outrageously throw around heavy weights like that!

    says all 14 and a half stone of steff

    if you're going through hell. keep going.
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    RE: Ronnie Coleman Video 2005/07/26 18:56:36 (permalink)
    yeah botto,m line is that it condradicts what we're constantly told about slow and styeady reps, but then hey, it's clearly working for him so no disrespect to him. He is a dude!

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    RE: Ronnie Coleman Video 2005/07/26 19:18:19 (permalink)
    You're all saying 'rubbish form' but I'd like to see you guys lifting that weight without some fault in your form.
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    RE: Ronnie Coleman Video 2005/07/26 21:33:18 (permalink)
    It's been said before that it is useless trying to criticise his form.

    Yes it is not textbook. But then again what's textbook?

    MuscleM4n do you really think he wants to 'stimulate' the muscles and job done? If so why not buy slendertone belts and strap them to his body? Please.
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    RE: Ronnie Coleman Video 2005/07/26 21:48:19 (permalink)
    You're all saying 'rubbish form' but I'd like to see you guys lifting that weight without some fault in your form.


    - I think thats everyones point mate, his form would be better if he dropped to a weight he was more comfortable with. Beginners on this site are constantly being told to not sacrafice form for adding poundage...
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    JohnOvManchester
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    RE: Ronnie Coleman Video 2005/07/26 22:18:21 (permalink)
    horses for courses.
    I like to rip the weights about, it gets me in the right frame of mind, I get aggresive and put more into it than anyone else bar a few I ever see down the gym.
    Now that works well for me, but my mate who used to train with me needed something differant (volume) to grow rather than my short, all out maximum intensity way of training.
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