Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by T-R-T, Jul 28, 2008.
225 x 12
245 x 10
265 x 8
285 x 6
not bad but you should do a bit more editing and add some music or something to hold the viewers attention.
I like them. Most sneakers have a lot of cushioning so you lose some stability but these are great.
form seems ok, but i'm no expert. if i saw you at the gym, i wouldn't think you're not going low enough or your form is bad.
i wear chucks on back (deads) and leg (squat) days, and new balances for rest, since i do cardio on days non-leg related. i haven't felt it made that much of a difference, but maybe i don't lift heavy enough to see any. it's just for peace of mind.
squats look great.
if i was nitpicking id say your sets after 225 were a lil above parallel (going off of the crease of the hip to top of the leg straight line rule) but nothing to worry about.
only watched the last vid
form was good at the start but it qucikly faded away. You need to be more intense b/c you could have done those 6 with the good form you used during the first few reps, and probably a few more reps... if you were more intense
shut the fuck up
nice job. check this for form @ 1:09
Form was good on each and every lift. Keep at it dude good job!
good job and good form! I think you would benefit from a set of olympic squat shoes with a heel too.
That music makes me feel like I should be jacking it to that vid while wearing a sombrero.
good job tom
that was real, thomas
oh ya. thansk for making me feel weak again
ive been having problems with going down low while squatting... do you flare your knees out to the side at the bottom of the squat, in order to get your arse lower?
flaring out the knees gets you an inch or two lower usually but its no miracle depth creator
There's a few in there where your butt tucked in slightly at the bottom and a few depth issues - mostly at the end of a set. Other than that they looked solid. Keep up the good twerk.
yea, my legs are like this \ /
I don't think you sit back, and they all look about 6" high to me. I don't think arching your back is helping the siting back process.
He says he's going parallel.
That is not parallel
breaking parallel/squat depth