just deadlifted 305

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  1. Ted Bundy

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    not much but im getting rid of my feminine lower back
     
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    good job
     
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    wow thats great........ LOG?
     
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    try stiff legged deads also, they definitely worked my lower back and i think it is an amazing hamstring stretch and work out.
     
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    good work
     
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    If you're looking to add mass to your lower back why don't you just do hyperextensions?
     
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    what's the max you can hold on to doing weighted hypers :rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
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    I'm betting you have the back of a prepubescent ethiopian girl.
     
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    add a swiss ball and you're set.
     
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    No. Deadlifts did not add that much mass to my lower back and I tend to use my lower back more than my legs. If I wanted to add mass (which I don't) to my lower back, I'd do weighted hypers for higher reps.

    What does that matter? If you do weighted hypers properly you can really hit the lower back and add mass.


    Edit: I reread my post and the way I worded it makes it seem as though he should do hypers instead of deadlifts. That's not what I meant...he should do them in addition to deadlifts.
     
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    i agree to your fix...

    you did say, "why don't you just do hyperextensions"
     
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    Yeah that was my mistake :o
     
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    now wheres the tiddy pics
     
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    do hypers with a barbell you fagots
     
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    reverse hypers on a swiss ball:eek3:
     
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    for sure. i ussually save those for leg days though.
     
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    dont have one. 305 is a pr for me though.
     
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    yourtraininglog.jpg
     
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    good job on teh 305.

    ill be there soon enough

    i'm doing 255 X 5 now.
     
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    How much you weigh Ted Bundy? How many you do of 305?
     
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