What if he falls backwards by tripping on a tiny Mexican baby? No bars will save him but his spotter will!
im sorry, can someone explain to me what the significance is?
i mean if youre in a meet, it makes sense. theres no bars below you so if you get stuck you need the spots to get up again.
if you fall forward, the rack will catch the bar, if you fall backward samething will happen. if you go straight down, again, the rack will provide safety.
so whats the point? unless you just want someone to help you get a couple extra out like on benching[/quote]
Okay man, here’s the deal. Give this a try, then come back and ask the same question. Load up the bar until it starts to bend while it’s still on the bars. Then, get under it and let it crush your troll ass.
Real answer, it sucks to dump the weight. You could really hurt yourself, there’s no telling where that weight is going to fall if you just let it go, or if you lean forward you could seriously injure yourself too. Always better to come up with the weight.
To the OP, that form looked good. Gotta ask though, why do you wait so long before you actually start the set? I see that you take the time to set your stance, but then you wait what seems to be another four to five seconds. Just a question. Also, what was the name of that song? Pretty sick.