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    Quote Originally Posted by 0ni View Post
    Post a video of perfect SLDL technique
    I cannot
    i can only describe it

    stand on a block (250mm) with the loaded bar Mounted on a rack about waist high.

    Lift it off the rack

    with legs straight and stiff bend at the low back slowly lower the weight until the plates *just* touch the ground then lift as fast as possible


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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey View Post
    I cannot
    i can only describe it

    stand on a block (250mm) with the loaded bar Mounted on a rack about waist high.

    Lift it off the rack

    with legs straight and stiff bend at the low back slowly lower the weight until the plates *just* touch the ground then lift as fast as possible
    So you don't recommend lifting slow or medium paced?


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    You lift as fast as possible
    And maintain the cadence throughout the set.
    as fast as possible under control in the lift and twice as slow on the negative
    so if the lifting portion is 2 sec tut in the first rep maintain that 2 sec until the last rep


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    That’s how I do all exercises mostly


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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey View Post
    You lift as fast as possible
    And maintain the cadence throughout the set.
    as fast as possible under control in the lift and twice as slow on the negative
    so if the lifting portion is 2 sec tut in the first rep maintain that 2 sec until the last rep
    Okay that makes sense.


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    To clarify - this is not a hip hinge you're actively flexing and extending at the spine?
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    Yes


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