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276 lb. Suitcase DL- no hook grip

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Kluv#0

This was my 2nd attempt this A.M.  because of the hold I count:) weighing of weights on my YT. My BWT- 225, Bar is Rogue 2.0 (2 weeks old) and has no center knurling

 

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Joseph Sullivan
4 minutes ago, Kluv#0 said:

This was my 2nd attempt this A.M.  because of the hold I count:) weighing of weights on my YT. My BWT- 225, Bar is Rogue 2.0 (2 weeks old) and has no center knurling

 

Great stuff

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Kluv#0

Thanks Joe, Iam very proud of this -very difficult as you know!!

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Donc101

Massive core and grip strength displayed there. Great job!

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Joseph Sullivan
6 minutes ago, Kluv#0 said:

Thanks Joe, Iam very proud of this -very difficult as you know!!

Yes it is!! Very easy to tweak the back on these style of lifts. Need very strong quadratus lumborum! All those side planks have definitely helped you for this moment!

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Kluv#0
53 minutes ago, Donc101 said:

Massive core and grip strength displayed there. Great job!

Thanks Beast!! Strength recognizes Strength!!

52 minutes ago, Joseph Sullivan said:

Yes it is!! Very easy to tweak the back on these style of lifts. Need very strong quadratus lumborum! All those side planks have definitely helped you for this moment!

I love my planks:)

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Joseph Sullivan
1 hour ago, Kluv#0 said:

Thanks Beast!! Strength recognizes Strength!!

I love my planks:)

One of the best things one can do... along with rows

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Emre

This is really amazing.  I performed this with a bamboo bar and bands/kettlebells.   It was not as much as weight but the bouncing really activated my core.  I usually perform it with regular barbell, hexbarbell or thick barbell which all seem somewhat similar.   When I performed it with the bamboo bar, it flared up pretty good.  It pretty interesting.  You might want to give it a try.    Great video! 

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