All the biggest, strongest guys use loose form, half reps, body english, and sloppy style to lift the most weight.
A guy who never uses loose form to push more weight is a guy who has been lifting the exact same weight for a long time.
If your form is always flawless it means you are not pushing yourself. It is impossible to maintain impeccable form and hit regular PR's (personal records).
Here's a recipe for ass kicking – Use good form most of the time but regularly use looser form to lift more weight than you ever could with strict form.
Handling bigger weights will make you stronger, even with loose form.
Just holding heavier weights will strengthen the tendons and ligaments and prepare your body for lifting that heavier weight next time and the time after. Load up the weight and strengthen yourself.
“But I'm scared of hurting myself”- Then go home and bake muffins.
The gym is a place to push your limits, not a place to cry.
The irony here is that the weaker a person is the higher probability he will get hurt.
The stronger he is the less likely he will get hurt yet people refuse to make themselves stronger so they WON'T get hurt!
Doesn't make sense.
“You will never get big if you don't use perfect form!!!!”