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Does this hurt you to watch like it does me?

ASHOP

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Looks painful to me to. Watching some of PLATZ training videos looks like he was completely insane when he trained. Never seen someone train so violently.
 

GearPro

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Looks like some of his spotters got almost as good of a workout as he did.
 

ketsugo2

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I use machines during injury rehab but I never a fan of the universal machines . Nautilus , cybex etc I enjoy to train around injury
 

Viking

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Some of it is just plain bad. I like the intensity but over the top for some movements. I guess it worked though looking at his legs :D
 

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This is why a lot of this is very individual. Tom found what worked for him and grew the most famous pair of legs in bodybuilding. A lot of what is in this video is Platz at the end of a set where he would keep moving the weight as much or as little as his muscles would allow. He really burned his muscles out! I think his saving grace was that he stretched a lot. I'm sure that helped keep him injury free over the years. Most bodybuilders I know don't really stretch before, during or after training.
 
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javman

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Intensity or momentum? For all that work all he had was great quads again genetics is the key which he didn't have as much as his competitors. But he was one of the easy guys to talk to.
 

davidg

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I was in pain before I opened the video. What drives these people? Why they do this? I really hope it's not a real technique. I feel so sorry for the man. But I don't think it's uncomfortable or hard for him.