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    Exclamation Ouch.......this guy was lucky to walk away !

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    The guy with the white shirt and the chick moving to help him should try out for their country's sprinting team.
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    To make it even worse, the first folks "coming to his aid" are WALKING! What a nightmare!! Not as bad, but check out this guy's deadlift form. Seen this one?

    http://youtu.be/P0ySblouCKs


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    Quote Originally Posted by edennperez1 View Post
    To make it even worse, the first folks "coming to his aid" are WALKING! What a nightmare!! Not as bad, but check out this guy's deadlift form. Seen this one?

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    Ahhh, my back is sore just watching this!

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    Good god. That was awful, I wasn't expecting that at all. As you say OS, luck to walk away from that.

    And that deadlift video MUST be a joke... surely, I mean WTF!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steady View Post
    Good god. That was awful, I wasn't expecting that at all. As you say OS, luck to walk away from that.

    And that deadlift video MUST be a joke... surely, I mean WTF!
    I thought the same but that is REAL weight on there! Joking or not that is paralysis waiting to happen!


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    I was waiting for him to make another try.

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    It's amazing what some people think classes as good form, or even acceptable form, or even form that won't leave me in a wheelchair. I think my 9 year old son would have better form than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edennperez1 View Post
    To make it even worse, the first folks "coming to his aid" are WALKING! What a nightmare!!
    Just for the record, in most first responder / first aid etc training, it's heavily emphasized that you never run when trying to help. You're more likely to injure yourself and be useless. That said, I guess I'm conceited enough about my own ability that I'd probably choose to run anyway, but..... the rules say don't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ariel C. McGlothin View Post
    Just for the record, in most first responder / first aid etc training, it's heavily emphasized that you never run when trying to help. You're more likely to injure yourself and be useless. That said, I guess I'm conceited enough about my own ability that I'd probably choose to run anyway, but..... the rules say don't.
    That makes a lot of sense, for sure! However...if I go down somebody better be runnin' to my aid!! ;-)


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