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HIT

Norway

Discuss.... Even I wouldn't have thought that form was SO lose!

http://www.youtube.com/...h?v=Nk0zfR_MwA0
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BIO-FORCE

California, USA

HIT wrote:
Discuss.... Even I wouldn't have thought that form was SO lose!

http://www.youtube.com/...h?v=Nk0zfR_MwA0
http://www.youtube.com/...h?v=n8kltRzkYBM

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http://www.youtube.com/.../user/BIOFORCE2



Hi HIT,

Form is a "function" of the goal of the set.

The sets on these videos were for the purpose of applying the highest intensity and power production and were not for bodybuilding, or muscle isolation of even or "instructional" purposes.

Much like you wouldn't use a Dirt Track Race to suggest how to drive on the freeway.

The forces at play when accellerating large weights (and bands) is pretty intense to all the components of the Kinetic Chain.

That was what was demonstrated here.

Using lower intensity or less than the full chain, is only useful if you are looking to "focus" on some specific muscle, which I was not.

Form is also a "perspective". If one is making an "instructional" video for others to emulate, it would be wise to perhaps to use a more conventional form and speed.

That was not the case here.

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Mr. Strong

The pullover video was rather disappointing, watch his feet, they come off the ground to make the exercise something completely different.

The Bench press and Pulldown video, well I've seen that Pulldown technique in every gym I've been to, didn't impress me then and doesn't impress me now.

Bio force have you got a Chin/Dip station yet? Now 30 rep sets of chins and dips would be a lot more impressive.
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Larry T

North Carolina, USA

Jeff is quite the cheerleader.
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Waynes

Switzerland

I have been itching too put a thread up on these videos, but thought, well you all know why.

FANTASTIC videos. WOW and Jeff the bronzed Adonis, you look great, better than great. Jeff could you confirm the weights on your bench ???

What are seeing here is creating the highest tensions on the muscle, among other things, thats why they are a bit loose, but looking at Jeff body the results speak for themselves, and in Johns arms video below, simply awesome.

http://www.youtube.com/...feature=related

John said he did not watch any of my videos !!! But now after watching his I am sure he would approve 100%. However I did get a complement from All-pro, he said my form was fine, and this man bench double his bodyweight, and squatted and dead lifted three times his bodyweight

Wayne
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Waynes

Switzerland

Mr. Strong wrote:
The pullover video was rather disappointing, watch his feet, they come off the ground to make the exercise something completely different.

The Bench press and Pulldown video, well I've seen that Pulldown technique in every gym I've been to, didn't impress me then and doesn't impress me now.

Bio force have you got a Chin/Dip station yet? Now 30 rep sets of chins and dips would be a lot more impressive.


I think Johns arm video will impress you, and what about Jeffs body ???

They are trying too create the highest tensions and power/strength output on the muscle, among other things, thats why they are a bit loose, but looking at Jeff body the results speak for themselves, and in Johns arms video below, simply awesome.

http://www.youtube.com/...feature=related

Why not let us see some videos of you guys ??? And how much weight you can move then a little pose at the end ??? But we will NOT see a video will we ??? Or photo.

Wayne
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simon-hecubus

Texas, USA

What's up with the 6-inch ROM on those CG PDs?
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coomo

BIO-FORCE wrote:
HIT wrote:
Discuss.... Even I wouldn't have thought that form was SO lose!

http://www.youtube.com/...h?v=Nk0zfR_MwA0
http://www.youtube.com/...h?v=n8kltRzkYBM

Bioforce channel:

http://www.youtube.com/.../user/BIOFORCE2



Hi HIT,

Form is a "function" of the goal of the set.

The sets on these videos were for the purpose of applying the highest intensity and power production and were not for bodybuilding, or muscle isolation of even or "instructional" purposes.

Much like you wouldn't use a Dirt Track Race to suggest how to drive on the freeway.

The forces at play when accellerating large weights (and bands) is pretty intense to all the components of the Kinetic Chain.

That was what was demonstrated here.

Using lower intensity or less than the full chain, is only useful if you are looking to "focus" on some specific muscle, which I was not.

Form is also a "perspective". If one is making an "instructional" video for others to emulate, it would be wise to perhaps to use a more conventional form and speed.

That was not the case here.


Great arm poses John the front arms extended is really impressive.the exercises however were hilarious,what was that tricep press/ pulover thing all about?

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Larry T

North Carolina, USA

Waynes wrote:
... Jeff the bronzed Adonis...

Wayne


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southbeach

reduce the weight, slow down and assume a stable position so the weight doesn't drag your azz all over the bench.

better yet one set on a good pullover machine 5 X more effective.
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Waynes

Switzerland

Larry T wrote:
Waynes wrote:
... Jeff the bronzed Adonis...

Wayne




Just a bit of friendly fun Larry, as from his photos.

southbeach wrote:
reduce the weight, slow down and assume a stable position so the weight doesn't drag your azz all over the bench.

better yet one set on a good pullover machine 5 X more effective.


coomo wrote:
Great arm poses John the front arms extended is really impressive.the exercises however were hilarious,what was that tricep press/ pulover thing all about?



I had a feeling this was coming, I mean you TRY and put the way they use the weight down, YET LOOK at Johns arms, they are HUGE, and the rest of his body is fantastic. Then look at Jeffs body, its fantastic, and they are both VERY strong, dont you want to look like this ???

Its not that they should change anything, as guess WHAT ??? Its working perfectly, its maybe the ones who criticize need to change things up a bit, unless you dont want to grow.

But then again I have seen some skinny guys even criticize the way Ronnie works out, now thats what I call hilarious, its like criticise Albert Einstein, and saying that his maths are bad, because he does little squibbles, instead of real school form maths.

Wayne
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Ciccio

BIO-FORCE wrote:

Form is a "function" of the goal of the set.

The sets on these videos were for the purpose of applying the highest intensity and power production and were not for bodybuilding, or muscle isolation of even or "instructional" purposes.


You wrote this "form is a function of the goal" phrase many times over several threads already. But I never found a reasonable description of said goal from you. How comes?
Ok, the goal was to "apply the highest intensity and power production". And further? For what? What is the real goal, the adaption you're after? What is the meaning? What are the RESULTS?

Franco




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Paul25

BIO-FORCE wrote:
HIT wrote:
Discuss.... Even I wouldn't have thought that form was SO lose!

http://www.youtube.com/...h?v=Nk0zfR_MwA0
http://www.youtube.com/...h?v=n8kltRzkYBM

Bioforce channel:

http://www.youtube.com/.../user/BIOFORCE2



Hi HIT,

Form is a "function" of the goal of the set.

The sets on these videos were for the purpose of applying the highest intensity and power production and were not for bodybuilding, or muscle isolation of even or "instructional" purposes.

Much like you wouldn't use a Dirt Track Race to suggest how to drive on the freeway.

The forces at play when accellerating large weights (and bands) is pretty intense to all the components of the Kinetic Chain.

That was what was demonstrated here.

Using lower intensity or less than the full chain, is only useful if you are looking to "focus" on some specific muscle, which I was not.

Form is also a "perspective". If one is making an "instructional" video for others to emulate, it would be wise to perhaps to use a more conventional form and speed.

That was not the case here.



John, You must love to be castigated, as those form vids are a complete joke! No wonder you have had all those injuries with dangerous and loose form! That Pullover was a bounce, throw and catch all in one. Now can you do a 'Propper' controlled rep with that weight, answer no! Jeff, what is the worth of doing a quarter of a rep?

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Benjamin Dover

HIT wrote:
Discuss.... Even I wouldn't have thought that form was SO lose!

http://www.youtube.com/...h?v=Nk0zfR_MwA0
http://www.youtube.com/...h?v=n8kltRzkYBM

Bioforce channel:

http://www.youtube.com/.../user/BIOFORCE2



Kind of like a horror film for the exercise professional...

You see a guy benching like that...another guy doing THOSE pullovers...yet another doing the curls...

You get the picture. The question is, where do you start???????????????

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BIO-FORCE

California, USA

Mr. Strong wrote:
The pullover video was rather disappointing, watch his feet, they come off the ground to make the exercise something completely different.


Hi Mr. Strong, the feet coming off the grount is a function of the force generated in accelerating the dumbbell.

If I had thought of it, I should have had Jeff hold my knees, which would have stabilized the exercise and the force wouldn't have been dissipated in the feet moving, allowing for more reps and higher forces.
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BIO-FORCE

California, USA

coomo wrote:

Great arm poses John the front arms extended is really impressive.the exercises however were hilarious,what was that tricep press/ pulover thing all about?



The Tricep Press is part of the TRI-VECTOR arm routine I have. If you notice there are bands attached to the bar that add engage towards the top of the action adding force to a ROM that typically has little to no force.

This allows you to apply your full force capabilities throughout most of the ROM and the muscle doesn't get a chance to relax.
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Welshace13

http://www.youtube.com/...h?v=ojxul2FOmME

His training and form odviously works for him... just look at the arms:)
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BIO-FORCE

California, USA

Ciccio wrote:
BIO-FORCE wrote:

Form is a "function" of the goal of the set.

The sets on these videos were for the purpose of applying the highest intensity and power production and were not for bodybuilding, or muscle isolation of even or "instructional" purposes.


You wrote this "form is a function of the goal" phrase many times over several threads already. But I never found a reasonable description of said goal from you. How comes?
Ok, the goal was to "apply the highest intensity and power production". And further? For what? What is the real goal, the adaption you're after? What is the meaning? What are the RESULTS?

Franco






The result is an increased strength in the action. As well, with those high reps, it also addresses both the requirments of high tesnion, and high fatigue, in a very large amount of muscle mass.
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BIO-FORCE

California, USA

Paul25 wrote:
No wonder you have had all those injuries with dangerous and loose form!


Hi Paul,

Not sure what "injuries" you are talking about. I have NO exercise related injuries.

Paul25 wrote:
That Pullover was a bounce, throw and catch all in one. Now can you do a 'Propper' controlled rep with that weight, answer no!


I might be more impressed if you take a 100# dumbbell and demonstrate what you fell is 'Propper' . As well you might want to include an explanation of "why" it is 'Propper' .

In case you stopped watching early, the last 8 reps had momentary stops at the bottom. The first 20 were high force reps to "pre-excite" the CNS to cause such a capability on top of the fatigue.

This type of "High Force" training takes advantage of the ability to create exceptionally high forces in a reasonably "fresh" muscle, and produce multiple force exposures before fatigue begins to limit capability.

Then as fatigue does set in, the pre-excited CNS allows you to perform what would be impossible any other way.

I often "stop the weight momentarily" on the last rep or so, to "break" a large part of the SSC, and then use that enhanced CNS capability to create maximum tensions under high fatigue circumstances.

So the brisk and loose form and speed has that purpose.

This should NEVER be attempted by beginners, and as mentioned many times, these are not instructional in nature.

NONE of these sets were To Failure.
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Paul25

BIO-FORCE wrote:
Paul25 wrote:
No wonder you have had all those injuries with dangerous and loose form!

Hi Paul,

Not sure what "injuries" you are talking about. I have NO exercise related injuries.

Paul25 wrote:
That Pullover was a bounce, throw and catch all in one. Now can you do a 'Propper' controlled rep with that weight, answer no!


I might be more impressed if you take a 100# dumbbell and demonstrate what you fell is 'Propper' . As well you might want to include an explanation of "why" it is 'Propper' .

In case you stopped watching early, the last 8 reps had momentary stops at the bottom. The first 20 were high force reps to "pre-excite" the CNS to cause such a capability on top of the fatigue.

This type of "High Force" training takes advantage of the ability to create exceptionally high forces in a reasonably "fresh" muscle, and produce multiple force exposures before fatigue begins to limit capability.

Then as fatigue does set in, the pre-excited CNS allows you to perform what would be impossible any other way.

I often "stop the weight momentarily" on the last rep or so, to "break" a large part of the SSC, and then use that enhanced CNS capability to create maximum tensions under high fatigue circumstances.

So the brisk and loose form and speed has that purpose.

This should NEVER be attempted by beginners, and as mentioned many times, these are not instructional in nature.

NONE of these sets were To Failure.



John,

Try lifting the weight in 313 or 424 with that #100 pounds, then you will get far more respect! You can't can you as MOMENTUM is assisting you in that bouncing! Create 'High Forces' in the Human Body NO THANKS, I like my body to be INJURY FREE!
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southbeach

as if a heavy '2/4 set' with good form is not enough high intensity.. good grief LOL
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Mark S

Ciccio wrote:
BIO-FORCE wrote:

Form is a "function" of the goal of the set.

The sets on these videos were for the purpose of applying the highest intensity and power production and were not for bodybuilding, or muscle isolation of even or "instructional" purposes.


You wrote this "form is a function of the goal" phrase many times over several threads already. But I never found a reasonable description of said goal from you. How comes?
Ok, the goal was to "apply the highest intensity and power production". And further? For what? What is the real goal, the adaption you're after? What is the meaning? What are the RESULTS?

Franco






A function of the goal understands that it is better to strategize perfectly than to redefine holistically. We often disintermediate frictionless user interfaces. That is a terrific achievement taking into account the state of things! We will intensify our power to revolutionize without decrementing our ability to revolutionize. Think cyber-enabled. We apply the proverb "Look before you leap" not only to our out-of-the-box, B2B2C compliance but our aptitude to maximize.

Imagine a combination of CSS and Ruby on Rails. The ability to mesh proactively leads to the capacity to facilitate intuitively. We understand that if you matrix magnetically then you may also enhance seamlessly. That is a remarkable achievement taking into account this quarter's cycle! What do we enable? Anything and everything, regardless of abstruseness!
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Mark S

BIO-FORCE wrote:

If I had thought of it, I should have had Jeff hold my knees.


There is a Welshman interested in the job.
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southbeach

Paul25 wrote:
BIO-FORCE wrote:
Paul25 wrote:
No wonder you have had all those injuries with dangerous and loose form!

Hi Paul,

Not sure what "injuries" you are talking about. I have NO exercise related injuries.

Paul25 wrote:
That Pullover was a bounce, throw and catch all in one. Now can you do a 'Propper' controlled rep with that weight, answer no!


I might be more impressed if you take a 100# dumbbell and demonstrate what you fell is 'Propper' . As well you might want to include an explanation of "why" it is 'Propper' .

In case you stopped watching early, the last 8 reps had momentary stops at the bottom. The first 20 were high force reps to "pre-excite" the CNS to cause such a capability on top of the fatigue.

This type of "High Force" training takes advantage of the ability to create exceptionally high forces in a reasonably "fresh" muscle, and produce multiple force exposures before fatigue begins to limit capability.

Then as fatigue does set in, the pre-excited CNS allows you to perform what would be impossible any other way.

I often "stop the weight momentarily" on the last rep or so, to "break" a large part of the SSC, and then use that enhanced CNS capability to create maximum tensions under high fatigue circumstances.

So the brisk and loose form and speed has that purpose.

This should NEVER be attempted by beginners, and as mentioned many times, these are not instructional in nature.

NONE of these sets were To Failure.


John,

Try lifting the weight in 313 or 424 with that #100 pounds, then you will get far more respect! You can't can you as MOMENTUM is assisting you in that bouncing! Create 'High Forces' in the Human Body NO THANKS, I like my body to be INJURY FREE!


ditto!

I want to maintain the integrity of my joints with safe loading schemes. I want my joints to remain injury-free to maintain 'fluidity'and ease of movement through space, i don't want to move stiffly like i have a board up my...

well you get the picture ;))
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Larry T

North Carolina, USA

Mark HIT wrote:
A function of the goal understands that it is better to strategize perfectly than to redefine holistically. We often disintermediate frictionless user interfaces. That is a terrific achievement taking into account the state of things! We will intensify our power to revolutionize without decrementing our ability to revolutionize. Think cyber-enabled. We apply the proverb "Look before you leap" not only to our out-of-the-box, B2B2C compliance but our aptitude to maximize.

Imagine a combination of CSS and Ruby on Rails. The ability to mesh proactively leads to the capacity to facilitate intuitively. We understand that if you matrix magnetically then you may also enhance seamlessly. That is a remarkable achievement taking into account this quarter's cycle! What do we enable? Anything and everything, regardless of abstruseness!


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