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  1. Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    ^^^ OMG! Do need video of!
    Oh for sure!
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  2. 6-17 Sheiko 29 Week 2 Day 1

    Excellent workout today, I smashed every rep. I rounded up to 295 on top squats and 225 on top Front squat. Front squats today were great, I performed them for the first time with my arms crossed in front, the way the weight was seated was fantastic, I felt balanced and very stable, knocked out some deep and controlled fronts today. I was so much in the zone in fact that I attempted a 295 front squat after I finished my sets with 225, It was a solid attempt for the end of the workout. Came deep into the hole and made it a decent bit out before I got stuck, but was able to hold it slightly above parallel long enough to take another breath in and try to give it one more push. Even though I didn't get it I felt good about it, especially at the end of the workout. Currently a couple weeks into d-pol and a week on Epro and ABE from PES. That combined with reckless amounts of calories all weekend had me killing it today. I really enjoy this training style and can't wait to try the more advanced Sheiko programs.
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  3. Sheiko 29 Week 2 Day 2

    Excellent day in the gym, I really killed this one. I've begun choosing the weights just based on bar loading convenience. 315 instead of 310, 385 instead of 380 etc. I feel like I'm not only adapting to this protocol but thriving.

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  4. Set 3
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  5. DL looks good. One thing I find that helps me is to drop my butt back down, even if I am too tired/weak to pull from there and it rises back up anyways, It helps me to start with my weight back, pulling the bar into my shins, and gives me better drive. Your program and lifts are definitely looking good and I like what I see.
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  6. Thanks for the support brother.
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by Randoja View Post
    Thanks for the support brother.
    No prob. Form definitely looks very good as far as arm angle, stance, bar tight, back/neck/head. Can't see much else unless we have a front view of stance width and feet but like I said what I saw looked good.
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by Randoja View Post

    Video Disclaimer: Any and all form critiques from persons that deadlift less than me will be promptly scoffed at and dismissed.
    YouTube Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VtA0OoHL8R0
    Well that's fairly short sighted.

  9. I'd drop them hips down bud.
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by Sean1332 View Post
    I'd drop them hips down bud.
    Always copying my advice

    Haha if me and sean said it, it must be true.
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by CountryLiftin View Post
    No prob. Form definitely looks very good as far as arm angle, stance, bar tight, back/neck/head. Can't see much else unless we have a front view of stance width and feet but like I said what I saw looked good.
    Thanks man.
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    Well that's fairly short sighted.
    Hardly Jim, I have several training logs on different forums, I get advice from people that deadlift 6 to 800 lbs and are very experienced powerlifters. Those are the critiques I value and implement. Why would I waste my time trying to listen to people that aren't even capable of performing the lift that they are trying to advise me on? No disrespect to anyone that lifts less than me, we all start somewhere, it's just that I already have and extremely knowledgeable set of "coaches" and anything else is unnecessary.
    Quote Originally Posted by Sean1332 View Post
    I'd drop them hips down bud.
    Thanks Sean, I definitely don't get them that low when lifting off the boxes.
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  12. Yeah I hear ya with the blocks, just food for thought
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  13. Quote Originally Posted by Sean1332 View Post
    Yeah I hear ya with the blocks, just food for thought
    Oh for sure bro, ur avatar looks like more than I lift, so you surely are not being scoffed at I watched my first set video right after and tried to make some improvements. I though set 3 looked better personally.
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  14. Yeah bud, you've gotta strong lockout, hip drive is there. I personally recommend havin the hips a tad lower, a lot of your back was in that movement. To each their own. Just being nit picky just to make things even better-try gettin a neutral head position when you initiate the pull. Mark Bell talks a lot about getting a neutral head position. I do the same thing. That, and try to not jerk the bar as much, as minimal as it was. Just throwin my $0.02 in. Feel free to rip apart my vids too.
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  15. Quote Originally Posted by Sean1332 View Post
    Yeah bud, you've gotta strong lockout, hip drive is there. I personally recommend havin the hips a tad lower, a lot of your back was in that movement. To each their own. Just being nit picky just to make things even better-try gettin a neutral head position when you initiate the pull. Mark Bell talks a lot about getting a neutral head position. I do the same thing. That, and try to not jerk the bar as much, as minimal as it was. Just throwin my $0.02 in. Feel free to rip apart my vids too.
    Always striving to improve my form and technique, I appreciate the .02.
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  16. Scoffed at = No disrespect?...

    Just bustin yer ballz but a dictionary might say otherwise
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  17. Quote Originally Posted by LizKing531 View Post
    Scoffed at = No disrespect?...

    Just bustin yer ballz but a dictionary might say otherwise
    I scoff at dictionaries, no disrespect meant towards Webster though.
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  18. I scoff at you....scoff
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  19. Quote Originally Posted by Sean1332 View Post
    Yeah bud, you've gotta strong lockout, hip drive is there. I personally recommend havin the hips a tad lower, a lot of your back was in that movement. To each their own. Just being nit picky just to make things even better-try gettin a neutral head position when you initiate the pull. Mark Bell talks a lot about getting a neutral head position. I do the same thing. That, and try to not jerk the bar as much, as minimal as it was. Just throwin my $0.02 in. Feel free to rip apart my vids too.
    I was going to mention the neutral head as well, but I only pull around 380 (maybe, based on calculator from my last ME) so I would only be scoffed at.

    The hips are what the are, I generally am in a good morning position when I initiate the pull. I have my glutes back to load my PC, my head in as neutral a position as I can remember to have, chest tall with my shoulder blades protracted(to decrease ROM), and the bar directly under/slightly in front of my shoulders.

    But thats because when I lower my hips more I get less tightness in the glutes and my hips rise to the position I've described before the bar even moves lol.

    I'll get a video on Friday to show what I'm talking about.

  20. 6-21 Sheiko 29 Week 2 Day 3


    Was basically loading the bar for convenience today so the weights are a bit different than the spreadsheet, all sets and reps are the same.

    Squat 185,225,255,295
    Bench 135,160,185,215,205,185,145
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    Squat 185,225,255
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    Forgot that I was taking vids on heavier squats, would have like to record at least one set of the doubles at 295. Next time.

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  21. 255x4 Set 2
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  22. Set 4
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  23. GM Set 3


    And I'm getting a little bigger.
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  24. Nice work big guy. Give me motivation to kill my squats today!
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  25. Sheiko 29 Week 3 Day 1

    Actual weights

    High Bar Squat 205,240,275,315
    Bench 135,160,185,215
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    Push ups 5x10 2 sets with a 45 on my back, 3 sets without
    Low Bar Squat 185,225,255,295

    Excellent day everything felt great, first time trying Low bar squats, I thought they went well considering it was squat session #2 for the day. I found a meet close by in the USPA, I'll be doing full power, it is on Aug 24. I am about 8 weeks out right now, enough time to finish this and one more sheiko cycle then 3 weeks pre meet.

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    Low bar will take some time to get used to. really focus on keeping the bar on your shoulders and keeping your lats flared to help keep your back stabalized. a problem i see is your elbows should be pointed straight down to the ground to give you a better center of balance when you get into the hole and exploding up through your heels.
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