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25-11-2011, 09:22   #31
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Carl Yngvar Christensen European squat record 422,5kg

P.S yes its fooking in on dept ok!!!



Hmmm.. how'd you find out about him eh?
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25-11-2011, 09:45   #32
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Hmmm.. how'd you find out about him eh?
he's on the powerlifting watch main page this morning...
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He could have gotten another rep out of that I reckon.
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he's on the powerlifting watch main page this morning...
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He could have gotten another rep out of that I reckon.
I don't... look how out of position he gets and how hard he has to fight to finish as a result!!
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I think he misjudged his depth and went too far which caused him to slump and then struggle.
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I think he misjudged his depth and went too far which caused him to slump and then struggle.
I think he always squats like that. I think that because I've followed him for the last 2+ years.

I also think that the weight was really really heavy, which could potentially make it difficult to control.

I also think that seeing a bar move really fast for an equipped lifter can give a false sense of just how hard the lift was.
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Ok. I don't follow him or any lifter, I'm just basing that opinion off of that clip.
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Oldie but goodie.
Check out who's judging.....
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who is the beast helping lift the bar off
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Haters be hating........this is one big ass squat

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this was over in the A/R/T forum, impressive for a 16 year old:

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Haters be hating........this is one big ass squat
The first one was a mile high so I stopped watching.
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