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Old 02-12-2013, 05:48 PM   #736
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Had a crap day on the matt today, none of my throws were working, just felt like a total noob.
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Old 02-13-2013, 02:35 AM   #737
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I mean you are probably right but how does bare foot compare to lifting shoes?
Weightlifting shoes have an elevated heel. Great for squatting.
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So do my running shoes
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Old 02-13-2013, 06:05 AM   #739
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I always thought barefoot for squats and deads was best since it's the most "natural" for lack of better words. I just wear flat soles though. I'm not sure what my gyms policy is with bare feet, I've never seen anyone barefoot and I lift amongst curl bros and old ladies so I'd look like an absolute weirdo.
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Elevated in relation to the rest of the shoe like these for example?:

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Weightlifting shoes have an elevated heel. Great for squatting.
I believe it also helps activate the quads more?
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Pizeeps, I was wondering, when on strength programmes you have dealoading weeks, what happens once you have deloaded for a week? The next week do you return to what you were lifting before the deload week, or add weight to whatever you did on the deload week!? I've never done any deloading personally I'd just like to know?
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Holy shit those shoes are expensive.
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I believe it also helps activate the quads more?
I also know of low-bar squatters that use them. It's easier to break parallel, more stability etc.

I believe Layne uses them and he gets a lot of shit for his squats being like good mornings. He 'good mornings' 605 for 5 though
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Just wear whatever shoes you're wearing. It really doesn't make that much of a difference what you wear on your feet when you deadlift or squat.
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Just wear whatever shoes you're wearing. It really doesn't make that much of a difference what you wear on your feet when you deadlift or squat.
You came to this conclusion how?
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Pizeeps, I was wondering, when on strength programmes you have dealoading weeks, what happens once you have deloaded for a week? The next week do you return to what you were lifting before the deload week, or add weight to whatever you did on the deload week!? I've never done any deloading personally I'd just like to know?
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Pizeeps, I was wondering, when on strength programmes you have dealoading weeks, what happens once you have deloaded for a week? The next week do you return to what you were lifting before the deload week, or add weight to whatever you did on the deload week!? I've never done any deloading personally I'd just like to know?
I used to do deload weeks but now I don't bother, I just don't feel the need for them. They seem to be another bodybuilding tradition that people do but can't explain why.

After the deload week it depends on the program you're doing, it should be set out for you.
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I used to do deload weeks but now I don't bother, I just don't feel the need for them. They seem to be another bodybuilding tradition that people do but can't explain why.

After the deload week it depends on the program you're doing, it should be set out for you.
So basically I dont really need to do it?

This is the plan:


A:
Power clean 5x2
Squat 3x5
Bench 3x5
Chin 3x10-15

B:
Power clean 5x2
Squat 3x5 (or front squat 5x3)
Press 3x5
Deadlift 1x5

It says deload on the 4th week, as I say I've never done it so I dont get what do once you've deloaded (I'm happy not to deload basically)

Looking at that plan the only thing I wonder is surely some rows would be useful?
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So basically I dont really need to do it?

This is the plan:


A:
Power clean 5x2
Squat 3x5
Bench 3x5
Chin 3x10-15

B:
Power clean 5x2
Squat 3x5 (or front squat 5x3)
Press 3x5
Deadlift 1x5

It says deload on the 4th week, as I say I've never done it so I dont get what do once you've deloaded (I'm happy not to deload basically)

Looking at that plan the only thing I wonder is surely some rows would be useful?
Some people want/need a deload week depending on their current training and state. With my current training I don't feel the need, your personal training you may feel different. Take a week off or deload if you feel the need to as in your performance is dropping. My point is everybody seems to see deload weeks as a must. Every x amount of weeks you must take a deload week, it just isn't the case. I've read people saying shit like "You've trained for 6 weeks straight?! You better take a deload week, bro!" like the guys gonna die or lose 50% of his muscle and strength gains. It's not a requirement like many seem to think.

If you want to do rows replace them with the power cleans, I'm fairly sure they're interchangeable in that program, you'd get more from power cleans, though.
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