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Discussion in 'Nuttin' but Net' started by 108, Jul 16, 2014.
I cant wait to watch these guys play. . . especially chiozza,.
I think its hard to judge how good or bad someones form on a particular lift is from a picture. Still I was curious about the injury rates for different styles of training and came across this. Of course this only shows the injuries during the activity themselves but you may be on to something with unnecessary wear and tear from the strongman training.
I agree, you can't always rush to judgment on good or bad form from a still photograph. But I remember watching the video last summer of Pat Young doing the same tractor tire stuff, and the lifting was done mostly from the lower back. I don't trust a lot of these strength and conditioning guys on these things. The human body gets injured when it does repetitive things the wrong way.
Interesting table you posted there.
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Florida Strength Trainer is Crazy....Chris Walker pic.twitter.com/r8Trh85pU3
looks kinda edited though
lol, kinda? It looks like someone (poorly) photoshopped Chris' head onto a photo of Patric Young doing this exercise, and then tried to paint all Chris' tattoos on him.
As I posted in another thread, that picture has been worked over by some filters, he's got a pump, and he's flexing all of his upper body muscles while carrying that weight, making it so obscure you can't tell what you're looking at. He's definitely much more muscular now than in the pic on the left above.
Here's some actual pics from the S&C workouts:
Kasey showing off the guns: