This shit fucking scares me, when I stand my knees always hyperextend and when I was doing leg press they would do the same thing, I fixed it quick but shit. It's a good thing I was going light because if I had 6 pl8s on there the same thing would have happened to me
>am I not supposed to lock my joints on squats?
He wants to snap his shit up lel
she looks like she's in pain even before her knees inverted lockout- she likely has some pre-existing condition and this was some sort of physical therapy for her that did not go well. i have super flexible joints myself and have had the smaller ones inverted lock out before (toes, feet) and that shit huuuurtts, i can't imagine the pain of it happening to both legs
>asking for it
um, NO female is EVER asking for it
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oh and by the way ive been on here before so you wont be able to insult me :)
I'm sure we can come up with some good body weight snap cities. If you're doing a proper progression, there's definitely room for fucking up. Like I imagine dislocating a shoulder isn't out of the question.
At least he got a good boob grab in while she was distracted.
i have a friend who is hyperflexible. We were climbing one time and she landed wrong, her kneecap slid out of place and she just slowly moved it back and kept going. I wanted to vomit
I dont' know what's wrong with HER knees, but that's definitely not a real concern for average person.
I know MY knees are strong at logout, but then my joints hyperextend like that. Like you see some girls whose arms are curved when extended fully. My arms extend straight out. THat's a strong locked position.
Normal functioning knees could easily support a shitload more weight at lockout than she could conceivably press, so probably Joint hypermobility.
That's not to say you should make it a habit to lock out with heavy weights, but this is never going to happen to you unless your joints are shit tier.
From what I can tell she probably has been unable to use her legs for a while. E.g. an accident or an inborn issue. This might be the first time she's used her legs in years. This would explain the people standing around, her crying and the joint failure
except he's benching 700lbs and it looks like he's geared both in clothing probably pharmaceutical (cheating fraud on all counts)
note that he trained from 0-400 probably fairly injury free at his bodyweight
does it really surprise anyone that an elbow can snap under 350 pounds of pressure?
Actually not as bad as it looks. The only major structure that would have been ruptured is the cruciate ligaments and maybe a bit of the femoral -tibial minisci. The hamstring muscles might have been sprained or torn as well which would have been the most painful part. Even with it not being as bad as it looks she definitely tore those ligaments and maybe a tendon which it gonna be a bitch to heal. Rip.
Never lock out on leg press, stop just before and save your knees. Anyone saying otherwise is retarded, dyel, or soon to be injured.
No it isn't.
>4-5x more flexible
I don't know
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Yeah just noticed that too! I guess the machine does all the moving while she does... well nothing. That's also why it broke her knees, she probably was slightly over-extended at the lockout.
>Mfw I work this machine so I can maintain enough strength to inflict this situation upon people who kick the back of my seat at movie theatres
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