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      03-09-2018, 04:45 PM   #89
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You're officially an idiot.
You don't understand body mechanics bro!

Don't be all butt hurt simply because the C.F. cock that's been shoved down your throat so deep your brain lacks enough fresh oxygen in the blood to make sense of what is what.

Carry on, you keep making me giggle!



The funniest part is your exactly a perfect mold stereotype of why Cross fit has failed and is loosing followers.....

While REAL HEALTH AND FITNESS PROFESSIONALS are busier than ever!

You know the funny thing is one of the box common injuries in Crossfit is missing the jump on a damn plyobox!

And yall idiots wear it as a badge of honor.... how's "uncle Rhabdo" been by the way?


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I have no idea what the hell this is a picture of but it's definitely not a kettlebell swing. Looks like a strict muscle swing or something but moving the bell from 6 to 3 o'clock is not a sustainable movement and will put an insane amount of strain on your back. It's impossible to carry momentum stopping at 6 o'clock each rep. It should go from 7:30 to midnight.
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I have no idea what the hell this is a picture of but it's definitely not a kettlebell swing. Looks like a strict muscle swing or something but moving the bell from 6 to 3 o'clock is not a sustainable movement and will put an insane amount of strain on your back. It's impossible to carry momentum stopping at 6 o'clock each rep. It should go from 7:30 to midnight.
The point is to not use momentum!

You have to remember EVERY form of physical conditioning places emphasis on control and form, except crossfit! Hints the increase of injury in CF!

Muscle recruitment is key to healthy muscles and skeletal balance.

From sustainability standpoint you'll actually work your muscles, and not just hip flexors. Also actually less harsh on erectors spinae as it allows full glute, ham, quad recruitment!

Here's perspective, the best crossfitters are built on the gym floor using fundamental lifting.

Plus it helps to be around 5ft-5ft 9in.

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The point is to not use momentum!

You have to remember EVERY form of physical conditioning places emphasis on control and form, except crossfit! Hints the increase of injury in CF!

Muscle recruitment is key to healthy muscles and skeletal balance.

From sustainability standpoint you'll actually work your muscles, and not just hip flexors. Also actually less harsh on erectors spinae as it allows full glute, ham, quad recruitment!

Here's perspective, the best crossfitters are built on the gym floor using fundamental lifting.

Plus it helps to be around 5ft-5ft 9in.
How do you know the words "erectors spinae" but not "hence"? I digress... but I just spent 15 minutes watching youtube videos on proper kettlebell swing form and none of them look like your pictured movement.
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      03-09-2018, 05:51 PM   #93
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How do you know the words "erectors spinae" but not "hence"?
Lmao, exercise physiology and fitness is what I do every day..... might aswell have English as a second language.

Why waste so much time watching kettlebell videos anyways, it's just a calorie burner more than anything?

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This video from Stef Cohen is a great example of the "jarring" associated with the Crossfit style kettlebell swing. I think she is a good hybrid athlete and a leader in the hybrid movement!

Watch the posterior chain energy transfer as she goes to stop the "momentum" at the end of the movement.

All it take it 1 time to slip a disc!

https://www.instagram.com/p/BYJwJKqB00t/
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You're officially an idiot.
You don't understand body mechanics bro!

Don't be all butt hurt simply because the C.F. cock that's been shoved down your throat so deep your brain lacks enough fresh oxygen in the blood to make sense of what is what.

Carry on, you keep making me giggle!



The funniest part is your exactly a perfect mold stereotype of why Cross fit has failed and is loosing followers.....

While REAL HEALTH AND FITNESS PROFESSIONALS are busier than ever!

You know the funny thing is one of the box common injuries in Crossfit is missing the jump on a damn plyobox!

And yall idiots wear it as a badge of honor.... how's "uncle Rhabdo" been by the way?


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Guys,

Thanks for all your help. I will go and check out one of the CF gyms in the area.

I went to the website and they have like 20 coaches listed. Most of them have CrossFit level 2 certification (a few have 1 or 3).
if you can find a level 3 then go there. level 2 next.
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The point is to not use momentum!

You have to remember EVERY form of physical conditioning places emphasis on control and form, except crossfit! Hints the increase of injury in CF!

Muscle recruitment is key to healthy muscles and skeletal balance.

From sustainability standpoint you'll actually work your muscles, and not just hip flexors. Also actually less harsh on erectors spinae as it allows full glute, ham, quad recruitment!

Here's perspective, the best crossfitters are built on the gym floor using fundamental lifting.

Plus it helps to be around 5ft-5ft 9in.
honestly injury happens in CF b/c they allow anyone with a Level 1 trainer license to open a gym and coach. And all you have to do to get the level 1 is attend a weekend course. Most of the injuries and horror stories you hear about in CF are due to poor coaching and less so on poor movement....b/c they weren't talk correctly.
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honestly injury happens in CF b/c they allow anyone with a Level 1 trainer license to open a gym and coach. And all you have to do to get the level 1 is attend a weekend course. Most of the injuries and horror stories you hear about in CF are due to poor coaching and less so on poor movement....b/c they weren't talk correctly.
Agreed!

I personally feel if there was more focus on exercise physiology and mechanics rather than pace and group hugs and high fives it'd be a very different scenario.

Guy I used to train with 15yrs ago owns a gym locally, and has an in depth Personal training background. He shares your thoughts, and says "the greatest contribution to fitness Greg Glassman and Crossfit has done is make it mainstream and attempt to put a definition to what "fitness" is.".
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This video from Stef Cohen is a great example of the "jarring" associated with the Crossfit style kettlebell swing. I think she is a good hybrid athlete and a leader in the hybrid movement!

Watch the posterior chain energy transfer as she goes to stop the "momentum" at the end of the movement.

All it take it 1 time to slip a disc!

https://www.instagram.com/p/BYJwJKqB00t/
This is exactly how russian KB swings are taught in CF. Whatever you do as far as exercise physiology, I fear for your clients.
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This is exactly how russian KB swings are taught in CF. Whatever you do as far as exercise physiology, I fear for your clients.
It's funny this came back up. Was watching a guy in the gym the other day lifting that had the typical crossfit leotard compression get up on, sporting Reebok like it's going out of style! Now while he had great lower build as most C.F. followers do from the excessive squating, watching what yall call over head presses is frankly awesomely cute! Cheese and rice people, no wonder y all blow your shoulders out all the time!

Lol, funny part "we" the exercise physiologist specialize in correcting your anterior pelvic tilts from over tightened hip flexors, hip girdle, and erector spinae(see below), compressed nerves, and all the other fun and exciting things bad mechanics create!



As far as my clients go, I let my ability, experience, and proof in the pudding do the work! I'm as natty as can be, only take 3500cals a day on a 50p/30f/20c split, Agmatine, kre-akalyn, and 6 servings of BCAAs a day with glutamine and L-Carnitine. Oh and take a myovite multi pack 2x a day! As soom as Im 35 TRT in full effect if needed!





My 6'5" femurs sporting quads with little sun lol!



This is something I wouldn't have my client do, but I will!!!!! 275# for 8 on the Swiss ball as a finisher to a fun home lift!

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