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Pics, Videos, & Links / January Online Dunk Contest
« on: January 07, 2012, 01:31:44 pm »
Few days late to posting the thread, my bad. The idea here is for those of us who like dunking to have something to work on. Heck, I only have a few dunks I can do well so after a couple months I'm going to have to really work on other dunks if I still want to enter. So here we go.

- Must have your legitimate measurements posted (height & standing reach are all required)
- Try to provide a picture of you standing under the rim with your arms up to give us an idea of the rim height. (#)
- If the rim is low, just tell us. It's not a huge deal as long as it's only maybe an inch or two low. We understand not everyone has access to a legit 10' rim. Just be honest about it. There are no real prizes here so there is no gain by cheating saying you're not on a low rim.
- Only 1 Dunk per video. Don't post a highlight reel and say to choose one. Just 1 dunk.
- 1 entry per person per contest.

# = I won't require this in January as a lot of people probably don't have this done on their recent dunk videos. Starting in February though it will be a requirement.

Okay, start posting away. I'll get mine up tomorrow.

Pics, Videos, & Links / Dunk Contest?
« on: December 22, 2011, 06:56:34 pm »
Anyone up for doing a regular dunk contest online? Maybe every two weeks or monthly? Last few days of every contest people will vote on winners. Could make some rules or something up. You'd have to post legit measurements of the height of the rim you're dunking on, and you'd only enter 1 dunk per contest (that way you can enter/win multiple over time instead of wasting all your dunks for one contest).

Just a thought. We could iron out more details but just curious if anyone is interested.

ADARQ & LanceSTS - Q&A / Conventional DL vs. Romnian DL
« on: October 22, 2011, 06:58:59 pm »
Can someone explain the difference/purpose of these? I've tried watching videos on YouTube and I see some small differences, but I tend to trust random YT videos very little.

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

ADARQ & LanceSTS - Q&A / Junior HS and HS Workouts
« on: April 18, 2011, 09:06:13 am »
Hey, sorry if this comes across oddly, I'm posting from my iPod at work.

Basically though, my question would be what would be an ideal workout for junior highschool and highschool age boys with the goal of increased leg and core strength? It'd need to be around an hour and a half long and maybe only 3-4x a week as most of these kids work throughout the summer. I'd like to get their strength levels up and then incorporate plyometrics later in the summer. The kids are already good athletes, I'd just like to help them take their athletic ability to the next level.

I have some ideas already but they're on my laptop at home. I'm posting here asking for any and all suggestions. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks guys.

Powerlifting / Strongman / YouGottaCThis YouTube Channel
« on: March 21, 2011, 08:56:54 am »
Didn't know where to stick this thread, this seemed like the most probably subforum.

Anyways, came across this vid below:
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And then just started watching all the videos on that YT channel at

There are some -crazy- strong people on that channel. With links to 1000s of other videos. One day, I'm going to be strong enough to do some of that stuff. Not all of it, definitely not all of it, but for sure some of it.

Nutrition & Supplementation / Favorite Pre/Post Workout Meals/Supps
« on: March 13, 2011, 01:02:37 am »
Hey, I've seen random threads asking about specific supplements and the like, but I was curious what everybody's favorite pre-workout meal/supps and post-workout meal/supps are. Also, how long before/after do you eat/take them?

I'm re-evaluating my budget for food/supps so I'm just curious what else is out there and what seems to work for other people.

Football / Field Goal Kicking
« on: February 16, 2011, 09:41:20 am »
Okay, so I've been wondering. How do you think FG kickers train? I never played football, but I was curious how hard it would be to kick a fieldgoal and maybe get good enough to walk on a team somewhere. So I went out and tried to kick some field goals and did pretty well. I managed, on two separate occasions, to kick 50+ yards consistently. One time, I did it barefoot and kicked a 50yard (I have video proof) and the other time I made it to 53yardsn (no video, and with shoes on). I was able to make most of my kicks from 10-53 pretty consistently. So, this is without any real practice/training. How hard do you think it would be to make a team somewhere? I used the 3-step approach type thing I see a lot of kickers use, and of course, there were no linemen trying to block my kick. But I got great height on the kicks and great distance.

Kinda just curious if anyone knows much about it. I'll try to post that video later after work.

Basketball / Short guy
« on: January 08, 2011, 06:45:14 pm »
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Short dude can get up.

But the thing I noticed in the first dunk is that #12 on the white team got up about as high as he did. That impressed me more than the dunk.

Hey guys. Just sayin' what's up now that I'm finally posting. I was on Vertfreak101's forum for a good while but that place is pretty much dead now and nobody got my sense of humor. Hopefully, this place will find me slightly funnier, and stay active. I don't have my doubts on either one of those.

Anyways, glad to be here. Hopefully I can figure out some things to help me with my effed up knees. I always read a lot of what Lance posted on VF so I know he knows his stuff, and if he approves of this forum, I suppose it's okay.

Okay. Stop reading.

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