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How to Grind a Deadlift


#1

"It's not the size of the dog in the fight, it's the size of the fight in the dog."

Mark Twain


#2

wow..


#3

And that, children, is how its done.


#4

Nice.


#5

I don't even look at the weight, I look at the effort. This guy took it to the limit. I really like that.

BB


#6

That was a monumental effort.


#7

In his mind he had one option... complete the lift. That's what they are talking about when they say commit to the lift.


#8

12 second concentric. Beautiful. This makes me think I might have left a little in the tank with my last PR attempt :).


#9

yup.


#10

Exactly!


#11

Fantastic dead lift makes me cant wait for next meet


#12

This looks like it took about as long as it took me to do my max deadlift on Friday. I felt pretty bad about it - good to know people see it as a good thing!


#13

this is why the deadlift is the best lift


#14

Fuck man! I didn't even look at the timer. That puts in perceptive more.

I should watch this vid before every heavy dead session!! :slightly_smiling:


#15

He CLEARLY should lower the weight and work on form.


#16

Josh Bryant would approve... he really Committed to the Pull

In all seriousness though, that was a real nice pull


#17

Awesome.


#18

If that guy would've grinded out 100 pounds, I think I would have gotten behind him, beautiful effort!


#19

superb... inspirational


#20

Killer lift, never seen someone hit that sticking point without letting go. Way to hold it!!!