the deadlift is a terrific mass buil- ACK! Posted on May 21, 2023 by Anonymous the deadlift is a terrific mass buil- ACK!
Yeah it's a terrific mass builder for your ass which you can't see in this picture. He probably has a big butt
Also your forearms, traps, lats, hamstrings, spinae erector and calves.
It must be tough to be mogged by Justin of all people.
M8 literally every cbt poster mogs this flabby mexican rapebaby
>the deadlift is a terrific mass buil-
no one says this
its a strength test.
RDL is the mass builder
>inb4 rdl these nuts
If I romanian deadlift your nuts they are being ejected from your sack, and thus you are neutered.
It's just a floating deadlift where you don't use leg drive and use hamstrings, glutes, lowback, and traps/lats to pull for reps.
That DOES sound like a good mass builder
A good My ASS builder that is!
for me low bar squats are better, but RDL's hit it good too.
I have heard some RDLer's let the bar float away from their shins and that helps target different parts of their posterior, but I haven't tried that technique.
It definitely is. Goat for hams, glutes and lower back. Adds a bit of upper back volume too.
>Deadlift isnt the mass builder
>this slightly modified deadlift is tho 🙂
>he can't differentiate physical movements
>he wastes his time
>he is here wasting his time with me
jokes on you.
Anyways the guy in the pic looks like he has mass, no idea what this thread is supposed to be saying.
low weight deads and low weigh squats are safe and send a good systemic signal for your body to grow while also building up the proprioception and strength of the deep spinal muscles that are going to protect you from an injury.
romanian deadlifts are superior to regular deadlifts as well. Since the posterior chain is made up mostly of type 1 endurance fibers, training the posterior chain in the way it is meant to be used is going to confer the most health benefits. When people start trying to force their type 1 fibers into type 2a fibers in their posterior chain is when they snap their shit because that process takes more time than a traditional progression system and having a more explosive focused posterior chain that will turn on fast is a good way to herniate discs or break the vulnerable lamina
>romanian deadlifts are superior to regular deadlifts as well. Since the posterior chain is made up mostly of type 1 endurance fibers, training the posterior chain in the way it is meant to be used is going to confer the most health benefits. When people start trying to force their type 1 fibers into type 2a fibers in their posterior chain is when they snap their shit because that process takes more time than a traditional progression system and having a more explosive focused posterior chain that will turn on fast is a good way to herniate discs or break the vulnerable lamina
This is the most retarded shit I've read
That's because you have no understanding of anatomy nor do you have any experience rehabbing yourself or other people after injuries nor do you have any knowledge of how muscles work.
Says the retarded gay who thinks the lamina are vulnerable or susceptible to breaking in a deadlift.
overloading, yes, that is exactly how spondylosis or spondye-boisthesis happens, especially in the presence of a pars defect, which I'm quite positive that not everyone that is deadlifting heavy has had a full MRI / Xray of their spine before deadlifting to make sure they have no pars interarticularis to begin with.
but sure, keep thinking you know anything about what you're talking about, retard.
So someone should get an Xray or MRI of their spine before they begin deadlifting to make sure they haven't damaged their spine from the deadlifts they haven't actually started doing yet. Lmao stop talking about shit you don't even know anything about you fucking retard.
Deadlifting heavy can both cause a fracture or exacerbate an existing fracture, you're just too dumb to understand what I'm talking about.
Obviously the person without the defect is less prone to injury, until they push too hard and snap their shit.
bro shut the fuck up and stop trying to sound smart, you're clearly a clueless retard who doesn't know what they're talking about. You clearly haven't read up enough to know that deadlift actually reinforces the vertebrae and still thinks one bad lift can snap you lmao
>still thinks one bad lift can snap you lmao
This has already been done in a lab and shown in real time by Stuart McGill.
I know more than you, just get over it.
>quoting Stuart McGill
>If a guy has a long history of lifting with some flexion, the trabecular bone in the vertebral body will be strongly adapted. It appears as though stronger and denser trabecular bone reduces vertebral end plate damage and the ensuing delamination process. This characterizes the grand old men of powerlifting who have survived years of lifting with a flexed spine.
>So the vertebrae in a heavy squatter are much stronger than in a non-lifter because he has more dense trabeculae inside the vertebrae. Not only does trabeculae make your bones stronger, but it also serves to maintain the joint shape that's critical for optimal distribution of the load.
You fucking retards only read one quote and think you never have to read anything ever again hahaha
Yes, you can build your back safely, I have already said this, I just said you don't need to use heavy weights to do it and trying to bias your back to heavy weights / explosive power increases your chances of injury. Does this mean you WILL injure yourself? no. If you do not injure yourself you will obviously build a strong back, but there's a way to reduce injury and still build a strong back.
I elucidated further by saying the RDL is superior to the deadlift and that is primarily due to the RDL being an eccentric lift and in regards to recent studies coming out showing that eccentrics are far more superior for muscle growth than concentric lifts. You are also put in a more biomechanically safe position during a RDL instead of rounding your back if you have long femurs during a traditional deadlift, a trap bar deadlift is better suited for this type of movement, not a barbell
bro shut the fuck up. You tried to make it sound as if deadlifts put you at risk of fracturing your lamina as if you vertebrae are delicate when the person you bring up, Stuart McGill says very much the opposite that Deadlifting actually reinforces the vertebrae. You're a clown and need to stop posting because i've already shown how retarded you are.
>because that process takes more time than a traditional progression system and having a more explosive focused posterior chain that will turn on fast is a good way to herniate discs or break the vulnerable lamina
Context matters, when the back breaks, it breaks at the lamina, which means the lamina is the most vulnerable part of the vertebra. This has nothing to do with the fact that you can strengthen the lamina. You are shifting the goalposts. You can't even have a conversation without speaking like a moron, which just shows how fucking retarded you are.
Bro science/10 but as usual with bro science, absolutely makes sense. The athletes who habitually train their posterior chain for explosiveness are precisely the athletes that are always injured.
the guy is obviously retarded if you've followed my conversation with him, he knows nothing about exercise and nothing about even basic muscle anatomy and it's plainly obvious that he has no experience dealing with athletes or working with patients in a rehab setting nor does he have any experience with dealing with back injuries.
On the contrary, his points make sense from observation while you are simply parroting memes.
The multifidus is characterized mostly by type 1 fibers
Many of the paraspinals are characterized by type 1 fibers
Type 1 fibers can be made into type 2a fibers which are intermediary fibers
These intermediary fibers are capable of faster firing, which results in larger loads at faster speeds put on the spine, and in the case of Stuart McGill's lab, if the lifter is not in perfect form, can result in damage.
Furthermore, according to hanneman's size principle, muscle units contract in order from type 1 to type 2, but after the type 1 fibers are fatigued, the type 2 take over, so it is not even necessary to lift heavy or explosively as your body will naturally recruit fibers as it fatigues. Doing so at lower weights reduces the chances of injury when your muscles do fatigue or you do make a micromovement and break form.
My arguments are based off of decades of proven science and some of the brightest minds in the field, his arguments are based off of him being a kid and lifting weights
>He says posterior chain is mostly slow twitch
>You post studies proving him right to prove him wrong
You may be confusing me with the other person, I think that's the problem. I'm the one bringing up the science, he's the one saying I'm wrong because he says so.
It is an unfortunate thing about anonymous posting that you don't exactly know who you are talking to. But providing the relevant science behind what I'm saying just shows how much of a fucking retarded child that dude is and btfo him even further so it's still good.
lmao @ anyone listening to this quack
you might be getting causative factors wrong
So does this mean kettlebell swings are good or bad? I presume higher rep lower weight swings would be good, whereas high weight low reps would be bad? Maybe the loads themselves are too low to matter usually, since most people will get use out of 53lbers and then drop off in usage of higher weights?
well technically the pentagram is pointing upwards in both horizontal and vertical ways of the flag, so it is not satanic
the goats head kinda gives it away bro
That's a laveyan Satanism pentagram. He's a goofy atheist I'm sure not a real theistic satanist.
Haha 4chan detected
Shut up you fucking retard. You're just repeating yourself when your reference Stuart McGill says the opposite of what you've said. You're a clown. Now stop dancing.
go back to twitter you absolute retard. You are so upset you don't even know what website you are on
Lmao at this retard so angry he's not getting (you)'s instead of addressing the fact he's proven wrong
Cant read all of this autismo shit
Can sldl/rdl-chads tell me what is ideal rep rage for the best hypertrophy-injury ratio?
Currently doing 8 reps.
Rep range doesn't affect risk of injury, reps-in-reserve does. Stay 2 reps from technical failure, and stay further from failure the more reps you do. E.g. 2 RiR at 5 reps, 3 RiR at 10 reps, and 4 RiR at 15 reps. But I wouldn't go over 15.
decent advice. lots of dudes (myself included) are probably used to going close to failure in other lifts so they bring the same mindset to deadlifts and -ACK themselves thinking they needed to get that close to failure to make gains