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    900lb Raw Deadlfit for almost a Double yesterday


    Thought I would share the video. And yes I was wearing straps on the last two pulls so feel free to flame away on that.

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    That is brutal big man!!
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    WOW! That was amazing. Ive never seen a bar bend like that.

    And theres no shame in straps...
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    Chris...that is an unbelievable deadlift. You're a true motivation to the powerlifting community.
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    Thanks for the comments guys.
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    Curious to know what your other numbers are
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danimozz View Post
    Curious to know what your other numbers are

    All available on my website, blog and YouTube stream

    Best raw squat is 750 but think I may be 800 right now. Should be around a 500 bench as well based on rep calculators. Again vids of all my training are available.
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    pure insanity man, i love it!! hah. keep up the good work
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    beautiful form... I would love to get that form down like that... everytimei go heavy I end up rounding my back...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kabuki

    All available on my website, blog and YouTube stream

    Best raw squat is 750 but think I may be 800 right now. Should be around a 500 bench as well based on rep calculators. Again vids of all my training are available.
    Awesome numbers
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    Chris, I was wondering about your preference for the sumo dead form over the standard form. Was this just something you felt was more natural for you or is it done for another reason? I also noticed how on the first lift you were using the alternate grip and then switched to the dual overhand grip for the heavy lifts. Why did you switch grips? Do you have an injury you are working thru?
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    No straps on the first lift would be my guess on the alternate grip..interested to hear his opinion on sumo form
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    Quote Originally Posted by steppinRazor View Post
    No straps on the first lift would be my guess on the alternate grip..interested to hear his opinion on sumo form
    Correct

    Here is the issue I am dealing with...see end of video talk. I can pull about 75-100lbs more when using straps as it eliminates the elbow issue.




    As far as Sumo technique. The form I use is very difficult to learn/achieve and I've never had any luck trying to teach it in writting so I don't attempt to anymore. I teach two different styles of conventional and a couple variations of sumo...i don't teach this one often as most people simply can't do it... took me y ears to acheive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kabuki

    Correct

    Here is the issue I am dealing with...see end of video talk. I can pull about 75-100lbs more when using straps as it eliminates the elbow issue.

    <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nWjsG8VpfCw">YouTube Link</a>

    As far as Sumo technique. The form I use is very difficult to learn/achieve and I've never had any luck trying to teach it in writting so I don't attempt to anymore. I teach two different styles of conventional and a couple variations of sumo...i don't teach this one often as most people simply can't do it... took me y ears to acheive.
    I have the same problem. I can't hold in my hands the amount I can deadlift. It's not my elbow tho I have weak grip strength
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    thanks guys.

    for those that want a little advice on squats here is something
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    Good stuff to soak up.Thx
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    Quote Originally Posted by kabuki
    thanks guys.

    for those that want a little advice on squats here is something
    <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D8nWKQwctk8">YouTube Link</a>
    Good stuff. My squat can definitely use some work. I'll be adjusting my grip next week and see what happens.
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    Curious, what training program do you do
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    That was awesome! Great lifts bro!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danimozz View Post
    Curious, what training program do you do
    thanks for comments guys. I don't do a 'training progam' per se however what I do would best be described as a conjugate or westside-barbell approach.

    If you jump over to my blog you will find several articles on my approach to strength training.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kabuki

    thanks for comments guys. I don't do a 'training progam' per se however what I do would best be described as a conjugate or westside-barbell approach.

    If you jump over to my blog you will find several articles on my approach to strength training.

    http://www.kabukiwarrior.com/
    Seems really effective
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    Quote Originally Posted by kabuki View Post
    Correct

    Here is the issue I am dealing with...see end of video talk. I can pull about 75-100lbs more when using straps as it eliminates the elbow issue.




    As far as Sumo technique. The form I use is very difficult to learn/achieve and I've never had any luck trying to teach it in writting so I don't attempt to anymore. I teach two different styles of conventional and a couple variations of sumo...i don't teach this one often as most people simply can't do it... took me y ears to acheive.
    man u are a fawking beast in this vid, great looking lift!!!!!!! i hope i can get my lower back into shape and start hitting those hard again
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    Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42 View Post
    Kabuki you from Oregon?
    My gym is in SE portland

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    where are you located?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kabuki

    My gym is in SE portland

    http://www.eliteperformancecenter.com/

    where are you located?
    That's where its at! I'm down here at Downings in Corvallis brother! Just started powerlifting 3 weeks ago!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42 View Post
    That's where its at! I'm down here at Downings in Corvallis brother! Just started powerlifting 3 weeks ago!
    Make a trip up and see us sometime! We have some of the best coaching and environment around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kabuki

    Make a trip up and see us sometime! We have some of the best coaching and environment around.
    I def will... Have fam up there! I can def use some advice from a beast like you!
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