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I'm not so sure if it's suitable for me. Mainly because I suffer from bad anterior pelvic tilt, hip shift, weak quads, and rounded shoulders. None of these things are actually problems - either for lifting or otherwise. Anterior pelvic tilt is the normal human pelvis orientation, with 80% of healthy people exhibiting it.1 It does not correlate with low back ...


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There's nothing in DeeV's answer that I disagree with. If you can lift the bar, you can do barbell movement's. Everyone started somewhere. In high-school I went to a buddy's place and needed a spot when I was benching just the bar. The "big guy at the gym" has probably forgotten where he started from, or is trying to give you some well-meaning ...


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The only thing that's required to do Stronglifts is to be able to squat, deadlift, and bench with good form. Medhi even says that people can start with just the bar. People who physically can't perform these lifts would need to do basic rehab exercises to build themselves up to it. Height: 5"3, weight: 61kgs Bench Press: 60 kgs, Squats: 60kgs, Deadlift:...


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