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    Noobie Question

    What does PR stand for?
    Age: 29
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    Goal(s): Get to the point to train for strongman and eventually compete in a contest.
    (Gains in pure strength and size, could care less about cutting.)
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    personal record.

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    Since that was answered already I hope you don't mind me asking another question in your thread but you may benefit from it as well.

    What does ME stand for? I see it all the time like in "ME Bench"
    If your shins ain't bleeding then it's not a Dead Lift

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    max effort.

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    How about DE Squat?

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    dynamic effort.

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    what does lol Stand for?
    Lifting is my life

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    ok whats dynamic effort, seriously. how do you dynamic your effort??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Torrok View Post
    ok whats dynamic effort, seriously. how do you dynamic your effort??
    Speed sets, essentially.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Torrok View Post
    ok whats dynamic effort, seriously. how do you dynamic your effort??
    Dynamic effort is about moving a submaximal weight (meaning a weight that is significantly less than your max, usually around 50% or so) as fast as possible.


    The percentage given is a generalization and is not meant to be set in stone.
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