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Progress Journals & Experimental Routines / Get fit again
« on: November 17, 2020, 10:42:00 am »
Consistency and results in the year of the COVID

Starting off with body weights stuff including the old Air Alert. Don’t hate, I have done blocks of it (4 weeks) in the past and like the general fitness.

Progress Journals & Experimental Routines / Re: Kingfush
« on: April 19, 2018, 12:37:57 am »
Getting lean. Nice. How do you vary your diet for cuts? Jump sessions coming?

Yea just curious. So many go-to templates for DL vert but very few for single leg

8 year bump. Lol. Darq did u ever post part 4 anywhere (single leg templates) or otherwise recommend any templates elsewhere for single leg improvement?

Article & Video Discussion / Re: Whats up guys
« on: February 16, 2018, 10:22:43 am »

the premise behind a VJB 2.0 app seems pretty cool.  is it going to have any other cool features or just the actual VJB 2.0? I haven't bought yet but would be more likely to buy it in app form than a hardcopy book but that's just me. 

need to review all your articles.  great stuff. 

Progress Journals & Experimental Routines / Re: Kingfush
« on: February 14, 2018, 11:13:50 pm »
still killing it awesome man.  When was the last time you cut/jumped?    :ibsquatting:

Nutrition & Supplementation / Re: Chipotle
« on: December 27, 2015, 10:06:51 am »
is this the begining of the end for the amazing growth of chipotle the past decade plus or simply a blimp on the radar?  a lot of money to be made or lost in the stock market getting that answer correct.

gukl tried those ban exercises worked GREAt wow and did some adductor work.  feeling somewhat better already  :headbang:

good stuff.  also squatted above parallel. 

thanks ill try the band workout

another theory

BTW...this is in the Starting Strength book:

"A different problem often encountered in more advanced trainees is the tendency to let the knees slide forward at the bottom. It is usually a problem developed over time, and is a rather embedded movement pattern that can be hard to fix if you let it go uncorrected too long. If your knees move forward at the bottom of the squat, you have relaxed your hamstrings, because hamstrings pull the knee back. They insert on the tibia and provide posterior tension, which should increase with the depth of the squat as the other attachment point on the pelvis tilts away. If this tension is insufficient to keep the knees from sliding forward as the bottom of the squat is approached, something is wrong. And when knees move forward at the bottom, tension is put on the hip flexors as they insert on the ASIS, the anterior superior iliac spine, or point of the hip. The muscles in question - the rectus femoris, the sartorius, and the tensor fascia latae - cross both the hip and the knee joints, and therefore produce movement around both joints (fig. 2-49). In the squat, their knee extensor function (the distal function) is our concern, since active hip flexion does not occur. At the bottom of the squat, these muscles act with the other knee extensors in the quadriceps group to straighten the knee. All the muscles in the group are under tension, but only the three hip flexors cross the hip to attach at the ASIS. Now, if at the bottom of the squat the knee should be allowed to move forward, tension is increased on these muscles and their attachment at the hip as the knee angle becomes more acute (fig. 2-50). The ASIS is pulled on very hard by these muscles at their attachment, and a marvelous dose of the weirdest tendinitis you have ever seen can be the result. This condition is thankfully rare, and some people squat this way for years without trouble, but if it develops it takes many weeks to heal

« on: November 22, 2015, 07:58:08 am »
gonna be beast. i have been a big J J abrhams fan.  already pre sold the most tickets in Us ever...

adarq yea mine sounds similar then.  has it ever bothered during split squats? or jumping?
-going to switch to half squats, only a few inches above my current squat depth i believe. 

Anyone ever had any issues with this.?  Summed up in bb post below. Sucks. Going to try doing higher squats and BSS along with mobility work...

« on: November 17, 2015, 09:54:20 am »
exactly a month away from the The Force Awakens.  Who is pumped??  hopefully they are way better than the prequals.  i have high hopes

Progress Journals & Experimental Routines / Re: Kingfush
« on: November 15, 2015, 11:46:56 am »
I can't tell in your vids, do you or did u wear belts for squats?

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