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@50by25 It depends how serious you're trying to get. If you're competing and looking to squeeze out every last pound you can muster...get new shoes.
If, on the other hand, you're generally weight training without much concern over another 5-10lbs on the bar...you could probably stick with the worn out shoes.
In the main I'd recommend sticking to the recommendations provided in this article, but in the grand scheme of things lifting with worn out running shoes is not going to make or break your training career.
I hope this helps
9 months ago on Which Shoes Are Best for Weight Lifting?
Congrats my man!!!! You deserve it, and at this rate you'll be pullin 3.5xBW in no time :)Again, congrats bro. You're a boss
1 year ago on How I Overcame Low Back Pain & Broke A National Deadlift Record
Bojan, THIS WAS AWESOME!!!!
Great points all around.
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Bojan, you absolutely killed it with this post, brother! Extremely detailed and very well put together. Thanks for putting yourself through the ILCD in the name of Sexifying the Universe :)
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@SoheeLeeFitness I just realized I totaly misread your question.
Yes, I am currently using a variation of Westside's Conjugate System. I wave volume and intensity exactly as outlined in the article
1 year, 2 months ago on How to Lift Smarter: An Intro to Conjugate Training
@SoheeLeeFitness Thanks, Sohee. As a matter of fact I've recently been hitting my biceps GVT style ;)
(just so everyone knows...that was sarcasm)
@David333 I'm glad you enjoyed it David!
Always a pleasure to post for Greatist! If anyone has questions/comments/discussion points I'd love to hear them.