Crossfit versus Wendle

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post

    I can't pull 400+ without technical failure.....
    I'm hit or miss at that weight too sometimes. One day 425 will go up smooth as silk, the next time I look like i have no business lifting 435 (I think it's a head game at the last 10lbs) . I'm steady up to 415 with no issues, as long as the hands stay good


  2. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick

    I only use chalk for 300+ unless I'm doing reps.
    I chalk before that and I don't do reps haha.

  3. I don't chalk (I'm cheap that way) and I try to use the stiffest bar I can find to deadlift. It really helps you with grip and off of the floor. Then, when I go to my meet, use their chalk and go for a PR, it's easy. Took about three seconds to finish a rep with ten pounds more than I'd ever broken from the floor before. Bonus: If the bar had been stiff and slick, I would have been much better prepared than a lot of my fellow competitors. Train the hard way, then everything else is easy.
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by CopyCat View Post

    This is not true. In fact, this has actually been one of the larger points of issues taken with CF. The fact that CF HQ does not regulate/license the gyms and instructors out there. Consistency is lacking. This is how you come across horrible coaches and gyms and really good ones. There is no well defined regulatory system.
    Couldnt agree more! The quality control has pretty much disappeared, as a level one trainer i can tell you right now CF had turned into a cash cow, there was people at my seminar that have never tried Crossfit in their life and after 2days they where considered qualified to train athletes? Well balanced experienced gyms are becoming hard to find. Its sad crossfit can be a great program if used correctly

  5. Quote Originally Posted by BOSS1717 View Post
    Couldnt agree more! The quality control has pretty much disappeared, as a level one trainer i can tell you right now CF had turned into a cash cow, there was people at my seminar that have never tried Crossfit in their life and after 2days they where considered qualified to train athletes? Well balanced experienced gyms are becoming hard to find. Its sad crossfit can be a great program if used correctly
    I so agree with this post.
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  6. Crossfit website has an "injuries" section in their forums. 237 pages long, filled with people injuring their low backs from "high speed high rep dead lifts" and shoulder injuries. Just putting it out there...

  7. Quote Originally Posted by pmdied View Post
    Crossfit website has an "injuries" section in their forums. 237 pages long, filled with people injuring their low backs from "high speed high rep dead lifts" and shoulder injuries. Just putting it out there...


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    Enough said!!! ROFLMAO

  8. Quote Originally Posted by Moose45 View Post
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    Enough said!!! ROFLMAO
    meh....i can do that with 405

  9. Quote Originally Posted by dds View Post
    meh....i can do that with 405
    Pics!!
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by Epolis13 View Post
    Pics!!
    camera's cant take a pic of my asuuumissss
  

  
 

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