Kevin Cornell 400 pound PR Attempt and more Olympic Weightlifting at California Strength

Kevin Cornell 400 pound PR Attempt and more Olympic Weightlifting at California Strength

More big lifts and PRs http://www.californiastrength.com/videos/viewcategory/4/big-lifts-motivational-prs Lots of PRs and PR attempts going on lately at Cal …

25 thoughts on “Kevin Cornell 400 pound PR Attempt and more Olympic Weightlifting at California Strength”

  1. This video popped up on my youtube feed and I watched it thinking it was
    recent, then I saw Donny.

  2. why is tom’s jerk so ugly. the technique looks horrible, but it might just
    be the angles that it was filmed from

  3. What brand of shoes would you guys recommend for lifting? Been looking at
    the adiPowers but would like your opinion

  4. Yes, the more you keep your elbows up, which in-turn elevate your
    shoulders. The less pain you should have on your collar bone, also try to
    meet the bar better in the rack position. It might be crashing on you a
    little bit causing that pain.

  5. they look like morons making those noises. I’ve seen plenty of guys do that
    without sounding that way.

  6. If that was me at the beginning, and i rolled back with the racked bar,
    it’s safe to say id be eating bar, great recovery.

  7. CaliforniaStrength

    The rack position on the clean can be hard on the neck sometimes. Check out
    our Clean Progression Part 1 video on our website to see what we mean.

  8. “IS that a Hybrid Pull”? Donny- “That’s a I do what I need to to get
    through the day pull”

  9. Depends on if your just squatting or doing the full lifts, I would say that
    just squatting is fine but if your planning on doing the lifts, get some
    shoes. The second part of the question is called osgood slaughters disease,
    I suffer from that pain myself. Good thing is it shouldnt hinder your
    training, just ice it and elevate it as much as possible along with taking
    ibuprofen and you should be fine.

  10. Thank you charles, just work on getting under the bar (remmebering to
    always finish your pull in doing so.) And one day you will be as fast as
    me, hopefully.

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