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» Gateshead powerlifters... (Go to post)28-07-2011 @ 18:07 
I've pm'd you. Any questions don't hesitate to contact me
» Strength Shop - new products and updates (Go to post)01-12-2010 @ 19:52 
pm'd Happy
» Strength Shop - new products and updates (Go to post)01-12-2010 @ 19:15 
Buzz do you do any deals for sets of bands or do you just sell individually?
» Yorkshires Strongest Man 2011, Proposed Events List (Go to post)24-10-2010 @ 17:22 
How do I go about signing up for this?
» Robbo's strength journal (Go to post)24-05-2010 @ 21:49 
Tonights session

Bench
warm up
60 x 8
80 x 5
100 x 5
120 x 5
130 x 3
140 x 2

Close grip rack lock outs
130 x 5 x 5

Pull ups
bw x 8
10 x 5
20 x 5 x 2

Incline dumbbell press
40 x 12 x 3

Dumbbell rock and rolls
22 x 12 x 3

Face pulls
3 sets 15 reps
» Robbo's strength journal (Go to post)22-05-2010 @ 19:19 
Todays session

Box squats
60 x 10
80 x 8
100 x 5
140 x 5
180 x 5 x 2

Front squats to a very low box (~12 inches going to decrease this each week) touch and go
60 x 10
100 x 10 x 3
(decided to do these as I want to increase my flexibilty and start to squat really low).

Box step ups
50 x 10
60 x 8
80 x 5 x 3

Glute ham raises
bw x 8 x 3

Leg raises
bw x 15 x 4

Done Happy
» Robbo's strength journal (Go to post)21-05-2010 @ 22:23 
MrSmall said:Welcome mate!
You have a lot to live up to with the Robbo name, the other Robbo was 4th strongest in the Northern u105 qualifiers this year!
Not joint 3rd.


I'll try my best Happy
» Robbo's strength journal (Go to post)21-05-2010 @ 22:21 
Boar said:welcome mate ..220 is a nice unequipped squat !

im sure that deadlift will work its way up ...be 230..240 in no time


Cheers mate squats are my best lift really been working on them. I think box squats have really helped me build them up. Going to start a 3 week cycle with the deadlifts of
week 1: standing on blocks
week 2 : rack lifts
week 3: off the floor
hopefully this should help them along nicely Happy
» Robbo's strength journal (Go to post)21-05-2010 @ 20:58 
Hi everyone I thought i'd start a journal on here as i would like to start competing in some u105 strongman comps (when i get my strength up Happy ) and thought I could get some advice off you all. I'm 21 and weigh 93kg as i speak. I want to put on some weight get up to around 100 kg but more importantly i want to improves my strength. Push press pb is 115kg unequipped squat 220kg done and equipped 280kg deadlift 220 (i'm rubbish at deadlifting this is something i really want to work on) unequipped bench of 150. Routines been all over at the moment usually 3 or 4 gym sessions with an upper and lower split. Been pulling cars and vans as i have access to a pulling harness but thats about it as far as equipment training has gone.

Last nights session

1 arm standing dumbbell press (each side)
20 x 8
30 x 8
40 x 8 x 3 (heaviest dumbbell in the gym i was training at )

Seated pin shoulder press on smith machine (pins set around chin level)
60 x 8
80 x 5
100 x 5
120 x 3
140 x 3

Wide grip pull ups
bw x 8
10 x 5
15 x 5
20 x 5 x 2

Shrugs
60 x 20
100 x 10
120 x 10
140 x 10 x 2

Hammer curl
26 x 8 x 4

Leg raises
bw x 15 x 4
» Chains for squattig and benching (Go to post)29-04-2010 @ 22:38 
They are the chains that are used to hoist skips up onto the vans that transport them. They are all joined together at the moment which is why i wanted to know what length to get them cut to. They are very heavy though Happy
» Chains for squattig and benching (Go to post)28-04-2010 @ 23:01 
I've managed to get hold of some decent size chain but it needs cutting down in to suitable lengths. Only thing is is that i don't have any idea what lengths to get them cut into. Any ideas?
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