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Old 05-04-2013, 12:37 PM   #2381
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With that said... Soreness comes with the territory. If you are progressing, that is all that matters


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Old 05-04-2013, 03:02 PM   #2382
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Again, I think you put too much emphasis on soreness.

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I agree with this.
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Old 05-04-2013, 05:11 PM   #2383
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You guys assume way too much. You've seen me at least 5 times tell people soreness means nothing.
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Old 05-05-2013, 01:17 PM   #2384
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Here's some advice for you all. Don't deadlift when your legs are sunburnt.
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Old 05-05-2013, 03:49 PM   #2385
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You guys assume way too much. You've seen me at least 5 times tell people soreness means nothing.
It's not an assumption. You've mentioned on more occasions than I can count about soreness and feeling like you got a better workout. Sure, you may relay information to others about soreness, but you still make both explicit and implicit statements about it.


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Old 05-05-2013, 04:10 PM   #2386
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It's not an assumption. You've mentioned on more occasions than I can count about soreness and feeling like you got a better workout. Sure, you may relay information to others about soreness, but you still make both explicit and implicit statements about it.


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This forum is getting ridiculous to the point where anything said is so over analyzed just so someone can pretend to know more than the next guy. I know soreness doesn't mean a good workout necessarily but if my entire back muscles are sore it means they were at least doing something. I just find it funny that last week you were talking about your 50 rep Deadlift day and I did it and I get sh1t on.

The thing that bothers me most about this whole thing is that I know more than most people and because I don't look like you I get corrected every time I speak.
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Old 05-05-2013, 04:33 PM   #2387
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Poor Solly, now you have been in Z00's seat, you know how it feels

It's aight bro. Don't take this $hit seriously. People here are just having fun.

I'm with you on soreness.

How long did it take you to do 50 Dls at @225lbs?
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Old 05-05-2013, 04:50 PM   #2388
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I feel like 50 deadlifts is counter productive when you're working against a clock. It's too intricate of a lift. I think if you did 5 sets of 10 or visa versa it would help you a lot more. You aren't going to get any stronger by doing 50 deadlifts for time. In fact, you'll more than likely get hurt


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I sort of agree. It's almost the same as crossfit competitions. Reason being people do as much as they can, a lot of the time sacrificing form and speed which can be disastrous. That said, I did it for poops and giggles, and got an incredible pump in my back.

I think if we did more WOD type stuff, it would be better. Like
3 rounds AMRAP
5 deadlifts
10 push-ups
15 sit-ups.

Horrible example, but lower ish type things.
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Old 05-05-2013, 09:15 PM   #2389
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Poor Solly, now you have been in Z00's seat, you know how it feels

It's aight bro. Don't take this $hit seriously. People here are just having fun.

I'm with you on soreness.

How long did it take you to do 50 Dls at @225lbs?
I think 8:23 or 8:33
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Old 05-05-2013, 09:16 PM   #2390
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I sort of agree. It's almost the same as crossfit competitions. Reason being people do as much as they can, a lot of the time sacrificing form and speed which can be disastrous. That said, I did it for poops and giggles, and got an incredible pump in my back.

I think if we did more WOD type stuff, it would be better. Like
3 rounds AMRAP
5 deadlifts
10 push-ups
15 sit-ups.

Horrible example, but lower ish type things.
I agree. That way you can feel like you can take a break between movements
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Old 05-06-2013, 12:19 AM   #2391
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Poor Solly, now you have been in Z00's seat, you know how it feels

It's aight bro. Don't take this $hit seriously. People here are just having fun.

I'm with you on soreness.

How long did it take you to do 50 Dls at @225lbs?
Nice try attempting to align yourself with him. LOL! You and DylloS are not in the same category. You are in a group of one.


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Old 05-06-2013, 10:30 AM   #2392
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I ain't even trying hommie, I don't have to. Now you're back to me, where you belong biatch. lol

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Nice try attempting to align yourself with him. LOL! You and DylloS are not in the same category. You are in a group of one.

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Old 05-06-2013, 10:40 AM   #2393
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Here's my 50 225lb DL.

3:12. I'm confident I can do this sub 2:30 if my back wasn't bugging me.
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Old 05-06-2013, 10:53 AM   #2394
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Here's my 50 225lb DL.

3:12. I'm confident I can do this sub 2:30 if my back wasn't bugging me.
Any real difference in doing touch and go vs from the floor? I feel like that involves a lot more of your back. I generally reset after every time as I find my form starts to slip and my back takes the majority of the lift if I don't.
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Here's my 50 225lb DL.

3:12. I'm confident I can do this sub 2:30 if my back wasn't bugging me.
Awesome. In before people tell you you would have gotten a better workout if you stopped and reset on every rep. Kind of defeats the purpose of a wod like this. This is meant to be done like this.
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Old 05-06-2013, 11:01 AM   #2396
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Any real difference in doing touch and go vs from the floor? I feel like that involves a lot more of your back. I generally reset after every time as I find my form starts to slip and my back takes the majority of the lift if I don't.
completely different goals. Yea the intention is beating yourself up with a ton of deads but doing it this way you also exhaust yourself in a different way.

I know soreness isn't an indication of a good workout but my entire back, traps, rear delts, glutes and part of my tris are still sore from Friday. I'm assuming it broke my body down pretty well.

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Old 05-06-2013, 11:07 AM   #2397
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completely different goals. Yea the intention is beating yourself up with a ton of deads but doing it this way you also exhaust yourself in a different way.

I know soreness isn't an indication of a good workout but my entire back, traps, rear delts and part of my tris are still sore from Friday. I'm assuming it broke my body down pretty well.
I agree with this. I am looking for a different type of exhaustion, which is why I don't T&G.


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Awesome. In before people tell you you would have gotten a better workout if you stopped and reset on every rep. Kind of defeats the purpose of a wod like this. This is meant to be done like this.

Still a lil sour eh Solly? As for as stopping and resetting defeating the purpose, I guess that depends on your goals.

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Did an awesome hike Saturday called breakneck ridge. It's pretty short but really fun. It's all rock and most of the time you need to use your hands so there was a ton of pulling and lots of leg involved. People can def get hurt really bad doing this. Luckily I'm a pretty decent climber since when I was a kid.

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Old 05-06-2013, 11:12 AM   #2399
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I agree with this. I am looking for a different type of exhaustion, which is why I don't T&G.





Still a lil sour eh Solly? As for as stopping and resetting defeating the purpose, I guess that depends on your goals.
yes. I also didn't use a belt and when I made this decision all I could picture was you shirtless.
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Old 05-06-2013, 11:17 AM   #2400
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yes. I also didn't use a belt and when I made this decision all I could picture was you shirtless.
Funny......I still have your half naked pics saved too.
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