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The answer to this question can get a little complicated, depending on how accurate you want to be. Regardless of bar position, the centre of mass of the bar is always half way between the landmine attachment and your grip, meaning that its weight is divided evenly between the two. So if you want to know how much to add to the plates on the bar to get the ...


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At the very bottom (barbell on the ground) the effective weight of the bar is half. The bar is supported at one end by you and at the other end by the landmine contraption and therefore the lifter is twice the distance from the fulcrum as the centre of mass. Throughout the range of motion the effective weight of the barbell changes with respect to the angle. ...


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Unlike the knees, the hips don't really "lock" - upright femurs are the limit of range of motion of the knees, but an upright torso is not the limit of the range of motion of the hips. So the idea that it is crucial to "lock" the hips doesn't make sense. Powerlifting rules are usually simply that in the squat, the lifter must return to an ...


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