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Check out this strong 210kg/463 lb deadlift triple PR from Isabella von Weissenberg!
Video: 🎥 @ivweissenberg
That's a HUGE bench press from 15 year old freshman Mahailya Reeves!
Video: 🎥 @mahailya_myshelle
We know we're asking strength athletes here, but being the fastest person in the world would be an incredible accolade.
What would you rather be? at BarBend
Dang. Check out this 200 lb dumbbell bench press for 13 reps from James Strickland!
Video: 🎥 @swimhack
Stefi Cohen deadlifts a strong 215kg/475 lbs for four reps!
Video: 🎥 @steficohen
Sometimes the answer is to simply squat more.
Missing squats consistently? One of these variations may help!
Like the deadlift & bench press "missed lift" charts we've made, remember, one off day doesn't mean change a program. 🏋🏻♂️ Also, sometimes the answer is to simply squat more.
Yet, if you find yourself struggling consistently at one of these sticking points, then one of these back squat variations may help as a supplementary exercise.
And like always, before adding in an additional exercise, or changing a program, we recommend consulting with a/your coach! 💪 at BarBend
Kristy Hawkins (@kristy_hawkins) breaks four all-time world records in the 75kg/165 lb weight class at the SAME meet, insane!
Squat: 240kg/529lb (WR)
Bench: 150.5kg/331lb (WR)
Deadlift: 253kg/557lb (WR)
Total: 643.5kg/1418lb (WR)
That's a strong 238kg/525 lb deadlift from professional Strongwoman Emilie Morin!
Video: 🎥 @strong_memine
2s or 3s? at BarBend
Powerlifter Danielle Strange with a strong 181kg/400 lb squat triple!
Video: 🎥 @strangepowerlifting
Yup, that's a 163kg snatch from -89kg weightlifter Toshiki Yamamoto in Nike Metcons! Have you ever seen a heavier snatch performed in a pair of Nike Cross-Training shoes?
Video: 🎥 @toshikis170j210
A friendly & humbling reminder for athletes!
📈 This graph is fundamentally important to recognize & understand! Who else can relate to their start as an athlete, coach, or trainer and where they are/understand now?
Nothing is more humbling 🙇♂️ than recognizing how much more there is to learn - this concept above has been studied in psych for quite some time and is known as the Dunning-Kruger effect!
Repost: @dr.caleb.burgess & @mikereinold
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