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Joseph_WaltonIcon...29-12-2009 @ 21:42 
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if thats your squat suit then turn it the other way round as then the suit's natural position is with your back locked. With it the normal way round the suit actually resists the lockout slightly.
mozIcon...29-12-2009 @ 21:50 
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strong Tom! Those bench shirts are a bugger Grin
Kenny_CIcon...29-12-2009 @ 21:58 
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some serious numbers being thrown about, awesome lifting mate
SteBakerIcon...29-12-2009 @ 22:18 
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Great stuff Tom, my ultimate deadlift goal is to pull 300kg some day! Keep up the excellent work!Wink
d_singhIcon...30-12-2009 @ 00:16 
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that's some super strength pal , u wasn't caught in the middle of radioactive explosion by any chance and turn green when angry lol

why dont you do a drug free federation comp. think the record is around the 280 mark for deadlifts. you would have it in the bad no problems
d_singhIcon...30-12-2009 @ 01:06 
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'bag'
Tom_MartinIcon...30-12-2009 @ 12:02 
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Joseph_Walton said:if thats your squat suit then turn it the other way round as then the suit's natural position is with your back locked. With it the normal way round the suit actually resists the lockout slightly.


Really? Yeah it's my squat suit, I kind of expected as much but wasn't sure if I was being daft. It definitely did feel harder up top than I'm used to though, so i'll give turning it round a try.

Also, is it normal to throw up just as the bar leaves the ground when pulling equipped...? (Don't worry Cleggy if you're reading, I swallowed it before locking out so I didn't make a mess on your lovely deadlift platform!)
mozIcon...30-12-2009 @ 12:51 
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Tom_Martin said: Really? Yeah it's my squat suit, I kind of expected as much but wasn't sure if I was being daft. It definitely did feel harder up top than I'm used to though, so i'll give turning it round a try. Also, is it normal to throw up just as the bar leaves the ground when pulling equipped...? (Don't worry Cleggy if you're reading, I swallowed it before locking out so I didn't make a mess on your lovely deadlift platform!)


Ask Ben_Trickey_Burges lol! Im sure I saw a vid where he got his contest nutrition wrong and threw up on his 3rd lift. I dont eat to near deads and squats cos it might just come back Unhappy
Tom_MartinIcon...31-12-2009 @ 00:25 
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d_singh said:that's some super strength pal , u wasn't caught in the middle of radioactive explosion by any chance and turn green when angry lol

why dont you do a drug free federation comp. think the record is around the 280 mark for deadlifts. you would have it in the bad no problems


Thanks for the kind words!

Put possibly a bit too bluntly, because I want a challenge. National records are a bit of a hollow victory if they're considerably lower than national records in a different fed. I won't rule it out though, it would be nice to have records across all feds! But my prime target is to beat 310 as a junior 82.5 and if I don't manage that, a BDFPA record will provide little consolation. Hopefully this doesn't offend anyone lifting under BDFPA, I'm just not the type of person that would switch feds because things are 'too hard'.
Tom_MartinIcon...31-12-2009 @ 00:26 
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moz said:
Ask Ben_Trickey_Burges lol! Im sure I saw a vid where he got his contest nutrition wrong and threw up on his 3rd lift. I dont eat to near deads and squats cos it might just come back Unhappy


Sound advice lol. Never been an issue before having my stomach and everything else crushed by a suit!
Tom_MartinIcon...31-12-2009 @ 00:28 
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SteBaker said:Great stuff Tom, my ultimate deadlift goal is to pull 300kg some day! Keep up the excellent work!Wink


Cheers, you're not a million miles off by any means. Hammering straight leg deadlifts took my deadlift from where yours is to 300 within 3 months!
Tom_MartinIcon...31-12-2009 @ 00:39 
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s**t just noticed in that video, that I'm STILL f**kING looking at the floor when I deadlift, I'd have thought I'd learnt my lesson from my missed attempt at the north wests! MUST KEEP MY HEAD UP!
SteBakerIcon...31-12-2009 @ 00:58 
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Fecking hell mate, i just watched your 100m indoor sprint!!!!!! thats cheetah speed!Eek
youngyIcon...31-12-2009 @ 01:03 
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Nice deadlifting tom. You literally ripped the 300 off of the floor.

Ste I think its actually 60m but its still amazingly fast!

Keep it up mate.
RickIcon...31-12-2009 @ 13:56 
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Managed to miss this thread completely until now. Welcome aboard - I met you at the NWC and wondered if you were a sprinter Happy.

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