Yeah, real talk new guy: lift as long as you can without equipment.
Lift until your wrists hurt or are unstable, then get wraps.
Squat and deadlift as long as you can without a belt, then get a belt.
Squat until your knees get a little achy, then get knee sleeves.
Squat more, until you’re confident that you need the support of knee wraps.
Do all of those things and get very strong, then decide whether you want to try any kind of single or multi-ply gear.
There’s no substitute for time under the bar. [/quote]
i got that! ,i will do this way till i know i reached my body “comfort” limit, i hope il reach that comfort limit when il do 1500lbs+ lol (ATM im half way)
Thanks for answers ,and yes ,its not nice to say someone ,go google it or you are too stupid if you ask many questions or whatso ever but il respect that as well, maybe too many questions are not good but for me works : D ,better than google because i get better results ,better answer ,i dont mind it ,anyway il post more topics cause i need to know more : )
If you need to learn more, that means you need to quit asking questions on a forum and actually do some reading. Read Starting Strength, Practical Programming for Strength Training, the 5/3/1 Manual, Beyond Bodybuilding, Brawn, Super Squats, etc. Read an actual book. Forums are honestly a terrible source for information, especially when you attempt to learn by just asking random questions rather than learning concepts.[/quote]
I’d like to recommend you go through the articles on Elitefts.com and Louie Simmons articles as well. If you really want to learn, you should come home from the gym to a big meal and a book.
On a side note, T3hpwnisher, how far are you from Williston ND?[/quote]
They’re about 2 hours away from me. We’re still getting hit with the oil boom on our side though, haha. You know the area?
Yes sir. I just got back Wednesday night from a 3 week stay in Williston. I opened a shop there and I’d like to find a good place to lift next time I make the 1400 mile trip
Wish I could help. I train in my garage. Lifting at -30 makes you tough, haha. I’ll put out some feelers and see if I can find anything for ya.