The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness
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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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    Tom Mutaffis - Strict Press, Front Squat, Yoke, Stone Over Bar (New Training Video)

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    270 lbs x 4 Strict Press, 775 lbs Yoke x 80', 440 lbs x 5 Front Squat, 380 lbs Stone over 54" bar.
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    Damned strong work Tom. Liked the 380 lbs stone at the end!

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    Awesome! I always liked watching your training videos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim K View Post
    Damned strong work Tom. Liked the 380 lbs stone at the end!
    Quote Originally Posted by Pure Water View Post
    Awesome! I always liked watching your training videos.
    Thank you, I have not been posting much but have been working on getting up to speed for 105 Kg Pro Nationals.
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    great lifting, great song too.
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    For a second, I thought you were going to bear complex this as this reminded me of your 300 bear complex (same song). This is awesome, sir.
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    Great Work

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    Awesome as always Tom.

    Do you think that Front Squats have a lot of carryover to stone loads? Obviously not the lapping of it, but the load part?

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    awesome. i wanna give the yoke a try sometime!

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    Quote Originally Posted by krazylarry View Post
    great lifting, great song too.
    Quote Originally Posted by thecityalive View Post
    For a second, I thought you were going to bear complex this as this reminded me of your 300 bear complex (same song). This is awesome, sir.
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    Great Work
    Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by barryisawinnah View Post
    Awesome as always Tom.

    Do you think that Front Squats have a lot of carryover to stone loads? Obviously not the lapping of it, but the load part?
    How much carryover you get from front squats will depend on your style of stone loading, but I would say that either way they are helpful in loading heavier stones. If you can front squat a weight for a couple of reps then you should be able to load a stone of similar weight.
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    Man that is some strong lifting!

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    Strong stuff. That yoke looks bad ass.
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    Don't you hate it when someone front squats what you deadlift haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Mutaffis View Post
    How much carryover you get from front squats will depend on your style of stone loading, but I would say that either way they are helpful in loading heavier stones. If you can front squat a weight for a couple of reps then you should be able to load a stone of similar weight.
    Thanks. I have gotten stuck on the 350, can load the 325 to 50 inches regularly but dont even come close with the 350. I have been front squatting a lot lately, so hopefully it will carryover in time.

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