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» Check this 17yr old out (Go to post)23-09-2006 @ 11:20 
No, sorry guys, it's not pictures of a fresher.

http://www.powerliftinguk.com/showthread.php?t=4076

A 17yr old BWLA lifter recently did 235/160/272.5 RAW plus big oly lifts. See the thread above for some pictures.
» Manchester & district 29th of Oct (Go to post)23-09-2006 @ 11:04 
I'll definitely be there, with my camera.
» The Legend of Toothpick (Go to post)22-09-2006 @ 20:50 
22nd September, DE Bench/Assistance, Sugden

Dynamic Stretching
5 mins

Speed Bench Press
20 x 20
50 x 3
60 x 1
67.5 x 2 x 10

Narrow Grip 4 Board Press Touch & Go
80 x 3
90 x 3
100 x 1
105 x 1 PB
110 x f
100 x 2 PB

Pull Ups
BW x 3
BW + 11.25 x 3 x 5

Face Pulls Seated
30 x 10
45 x 10
60 x 10
70 x 10 PB

Flat Dumbell Press Operation DD
17.5 x 8
25 x 5
30 x 8 PB

Mini Band Pushdowns
50 x 2

Hammer Curls
10 x 6
17.5 x 12 x 2 PB

Shoulder Prehab
Rotations 2.5 x 15

Stretching
5 mins

Pissed off with NG boards again - time to drop down and work back up concentrating on form. On the upside, my speed benching is going well.

That bicep PB was just for you, Tokar.
» Fu-Fu's Log (Go to post)22-09-2006 @ 16:06 
It's time to get serious toothpick II.
» Suppliments/Good foods (Go to post)22-09-2006 @ 16:06 
I've built up a bit of a stock of stuff at the minute:

  • Vitamin C
    Usually have 1500mg a day. I think everybody should take this just for the sake of well being - I've had hardly any colds since I started taking it and I used to get them quite a lot. Might increase dosage in future.

  • Glucosamine
    You need about 1500mg of this a day and need to take it for at least 2-3 months before it kicks in. Definitely does help the joints. Have used a glucosamine/chondritin combination in the last month but I think I'll just go back to straight glucosamine as it's a lot cheaper.

  • Muli-Vitamin
    No harm done. Worth having one a day to cover the bases.

  • Cod Liver Oil
    Been using this for about 3 weeks now, 2 or 3 tablets a day. Quite cheap. Not sure of effect yet.

  • Magnesium
    Started on this yesterday after seeing a coach recommend it for those with hamstring problems. Again, relatively cheap.

  • CEE
    Definitely the best creatine I've used - never really had any success with mono or tablet form. Nice and cheap and tastes lovely once you get used to it. Again, something I think nearly everyone serious about weights should use.

  • Unflavoured Whey Protein
    When you can buy 10 2.2 kilo tubs for this for 100, I really don't see why people spend 40 on one tub of banana flavoured whey. Cheap and cheerful but does the job.
» is it an art or science? (Go to post)22-09-2006 @ 15:27 
Good article regarding working within confines of templates was posted on EFS this week: http://www.elitefts.com/documents/beyond_the_template.h....

As a bonus it includes a picture of Joni in 20 years.
» The Legend of Toothpick (Go to post)21-09-2006 @ 23:17 
I'd like to see you do 5 singles with 137.5 on the bench and not call it a PB!

That's one of the reasons why I've actually started adding the v to symbolise the volume PBs - so the proper PBs look more important, as they should.

I don't attach an awful lot of significance to some of them (e.g. like Rick worrying his work out is s**t without his preacher curl 12 rep PB) but at the end of the day, a PB is a PB is a PB!
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» The first t shirt arrives... (Go to post)21-09-2006 @ 18:47 
Ah, nice to meet you mate.

I'm sure you were doing reps with 70 on squats - no way your max is 80. How long have you been lifting for etc.?

By the way, nice to see someone squatting with good depth - not a very common sight at Sugden I assure you!
» tuesdays session starting time (Go to post)20-09-2006 @ 22:18 
Sounds like an idea.

Sunday 1pm squats?
» forum improvements (Go to post)20-09-2006 @ 20:40 
Well, drink 4 litres of milk a day and that problem will disappear.
» tuesdays session starting time (Go to post)20-09-2006 @ 20:39 
Usually get in about 530-6 mate. We tend to be there till about 8-830.
» The Legend of Toothpick (Go to post)20-09-2006 @ 20:36 
Post Edited: 20.09.2006 @ 20:36 PM
20th September, Deadlift, Sugden

Dynamic Stretching
5 mins various

Deadlifts
60 x 6
80 x 3
100 x 2
120 x 1
140 x 1
160 x 1
175 x 1 x 5 vPB

Front Squats
50 x 5
70 x 2
85 x 5 x 5 PB

Ab Pulldowns
95 x 15 x 2

Stretching
10 mins
» forum improvements (Go to post)20-09-2006 @ 16:37 
Maybe a seperate one for milk?

Cant split threads yet but Jo if you read this I suggest starting another thread for your log and just pasting your work outs in - then I'll edit the existing one to a leg press dicussion thread.

I've not added the view new posts page yet.
» The first t shirt arrives... (Go to post)20-09-2006 @ 12:45 
I am wearing the first ever Sugden Barbell T shirt.

Will wear it tonight. Nice t shirt.. the font is a bit shinier than I thought it would be but it's cool.

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