My attempts to stimulate glute and hamstring growth

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  1. JimRussel

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    I really can't tell if you're a troll or not.
     
  2. EatMyShorts

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    lol - you guys may be mistaking "extension" with "hyper extension".

    Take into account my natural hip flexion and hip joint construction - even with no weight, I couldn't go lower.

    For me, rock solid means, no forward lean at the bottom.

    I hit 160 kgs for 2 reps today - first time ever.

    I watched this squat vid most recently:

     
  3. EatMyShorts

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    I also applied this whilst sprinting.

    Way more power generated - much faster.

    Life changing.
     
  4. EatMyShorts

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    This also translates into push ups, and hand stand push ups - significant power/push improvement.
     
  6. EatMyShorts

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    A guy said to me today, that I should be using knee wraps when squatting.

    That my joints would be shot without them.

    Can anyone comment on this??

    I never even considered it.
    I assumed knee wraps were for juicers that pushed their body beyond the limits of what it's meant to do.
     

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