Just wanted to say that I've read your "Arch0wl's Balls-to-the-Wall Weight Loss Method" and I was like, "haha, look at this prick putting random numbers and stats together like it would magically work or something. Then for laughs I swapped what I eat for more fat/protein/carbohydrate and less random stuff and guess what, I had the energy to get the weight down so, I got it under 200 lbs which I have never been since forever. I don't think it would have happened without reading your thread and following what it says. Very happy to see that once in a while, simple but life-changing things can be found here, on a "mere rhythm gaming website". TLDR; Thanks for sharing knowledge that affect others positively.
So I've had this question about lifting; weights regarding occupation. http://www.webstaurantstore.com/images/products/main/39264/6537/replacement-140-qt-mixing-bowl-for-hobart-140-qt-mixers.jpg I believe the one I'm lifting is around 20lbs empty and gets to about 50 filled. How should I go about lifting this off the ground 4 feet (I'm 5'11) and moving it to a table. I've been doing a standard hip deadlift and walking forward with it. The problem is I have no actual idea if it's safe to walk backwards and I know it's not safe to twist. My only option I know of is to ask for assistance and each lift from 1 handle.