08-15-2009, 12:46 PM
So I have started to improve on pull-throughs. Enough to need more than the gyms stack (estimated 100kg split in half (50 kg) due to leverage). Today as I did a new PR I realized I must have more friction below my feet to stay where I am (leaning forward doesnt help). So I fetched a plate, put on the floor and stepped in front of it, put my heels against it and I was in place and could do the exercise. Problem was it affected my stance because of the round nature of a plate. A square box of some kind might be better but want to know how others solve this. There might be a solution I havent thought of (spike shoes? J/K :D).