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Discussion in 'Powerlifting Forum' started by Btcowboy, Oct 11, 2019 at 11:52 PM.
For us Newbies to Powerlifting
Decide on the rules
Let's do this.
In! Let's let @Perrin Aybara and @Worf make the rules. I don't know what goes and what doesn't.
^ I would agree with that.
How’s this work? Video posts? What’s the rules for starting point?
Shrugging and leveraging the weight against your quads. It’s a motion to Jack the weight up when you just can’t get that lockout.
Ahhh. Gotcha. I’ve seen people do that
Yes video proof, starting point? The weight must be still on the ground. Or did you mean something else?
Best way to anonymously post a video? I've tried from phone wont load. YouTube may have too much info
I think @Perrin Aybara uses a secondary youtube account and edits his face
I mean is there a max that we have pulled so far to qualify for this? I’m not close to 500 but in the low 4’s
You fit the criteria perfectly. I believe the ideal candidate for the challenges is for those who need to add 50-100 lbs to achieve the number.
At 450 now. I deadlifted 500 a few years back and posted a video on Facebook. Got roasted pretty bad for my form.