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» The Epic of Gilgamesh (Go to post)17-01-2021 @ 18:42 
jt said:Have you still got a C2 in the family?


yeah my dad has one.
» Now things are getting interesting............... (Go to post)17-01-2021 @ 17:42 


that looks a great set up! easy to load the weights that way.

might see what I can rig up in what will inevitably be a far less professional looking way.

Grin
» Now things are getting interesting............... (Go to post)17-01-2021 @ 16:35 
def be interested in seeing that or even some pics - I am a visual learner! Grin
» Now things are getting interesting............... (Go to post)17-01-2021 @ 15:12 
jamspastic said:

Hip belt Lever Squat
107.5kg X 12 X 3
112.5kg X 12
117.5kg X 12
Fast becoming my favourite leg exercise. Wish I'd have done these years ago!


how do you have this set up?

I have had a hip belt for years but never found a set up that felt worth doing with it.
» US Presidency (Go to post)17-01-2021 @ 11:55 
https://www.rt.com/usa/512717-glenn-greenwald-rt-interview-hedges-t...

Democrats claim censorship necessary to stop ‘fascism’, but they still serve militarism and corporatism, Glenn Greenwald tells RT

Democrats are cheering for censorship as a means to root out “fascism,” even as they serve corporate interests that continue to exacerbate the social and economic issues that gave rise to Donald Trump, Glenn Greenwald told RT.

The acclaimed American journalist issued a scathing critique of the American Left during a conversation with Chris Hedges, host of RT’s On Contact. The interview will air in full on Sunday.

Pointing to Donald Trump’s indefinite Twitter suspension, Greenwald accused Democrats of appealing to Big Tech to police speech that could undermine their hold on power, using the pretext of fighting far-right extremism to quash dissent.


» The Epic of Gilgamesh (Go to post)17-01-2021 @ 10:41 
jamspastic said:It just seems like such a small amount of food.
Do you not have any protein shakes or bars as snacks throughout the day to bump your protein intake up a little?


no. 'dinners' are probably what you would call a large portion so maybe seems like less than it actually is.

forgot to say that I have a couple of brownies after training which prob have a pretty high cal count.

and that, except for the apres training brownies, I eat dinner at 2-3 and then dont eat again till breakfast at 6.30am. so a type of intermittent fasting I guess?

but my food intake is much higher at the weekend. we usually have a big meal over the weekend like a roast with all the trimmings or cooked breakfast or something like that.
» The Epic of Gilgamesh (Go to post)16-01-2021 @ 17:22 
danbaseley said:
Toasted mackerel sandwich sounds like a quality way to start the day.


only thing that tops it is a weekend fry up!

I think you eventually adapt to lower quantities of food. just thinking back to what I used to eat when I was up at 105-110 makes me feel nauseous.
» The Epic of Gilgamesh (Go to post)16-01-2021 @ 17:19 
jamspastic said:Do you think that eating a little more could improve performance/strength?

I only ask because for years I've tried to stay around 80kg and I think it's had a negative effectfect on my strength gains.


my priorities have changed now. feeling healthier is now ranking above sporting performance. however, I do think that as I have dropped weight through the years I have become a better athlete lb 4 lb. my deadlift is about as good at 75 as it was at 105 for example!

I know for sure a 125+ log is there with another 10kg on me but I have set myself the challenge of 120 @ u75. also want to match or surpass my best pull [240] at u75.

ill still compete but winning isnt the be all and end all anymore.
» The Epic of Gilgamesh (Go to post)16-01-2021 @ 16:14 
2 meals a day - bfast and dinner. toasted mackerel sandwich for bfast. weekdays low cal dinner usually chicken/chips/salad, scrambled eggs on toast or baked cod/chips/broccoli. lots of veg and fruit between meals.

weekends eat with the fam so normal stuff. usually lose weight through the week then put it back on over the weekend. if I want to drop some I just try to limit weekend cals so that I put on less than I dropped in the week. works pretty well.
» The Epic of Gilgamesh (Go to post)16-01-2021 @ 13:51 
Training today:

Log press:

64kg x 3
74kg x 3
84kg x 1
94kg x 1
100kg x 1
108kg x 1

Incline axle press:

50kg 3 x 5
60kg x 8

V-Bar Rows:

40kg 3 x 5
55kg x 10

dropped under 75kg bw for the first time since xmas day today.

vid:

» Eddie Hall vs Thor Björnsson boxing match (Go to post)16-01-2021 @ 13:31 
this is going to be embarrassing for everyone involved.
» Sparrow Legs Strongman Training (Go to post)16-01-2021 @ 09:59 
bad time to be SLT.
» Now things are getting interesting............... (Go to post)16-01-2021 @ 09:08 
nice benching mate. my back cramps all the time benching to the point where I have to wear a belt to stop it.
» The Epic of Gilgamesh (Go to post)14-01-2021 @ 20:52 
EDCLARKE said:squats look decent mate , how is the hamstring holding up ?I see your training partner is bringing the hype for youGrin


lol. he has started getting some results so is committed but trying to get convo out of him is like trying to get blood out of a stone. he has his specialist subjects which you will not shut him up on but other than that he will be quite happy training in silence. hes had a tough year though so just happy hes training at all to be fair.

hammy is good. been a bit sore with the cold snap but its fine in training. not sure ill ever be brave enough to go heavy without wraps again. but, I said that about heavy squatting in general and im doing that now so maybe ill get there at some point.
» coronavirus (Go to post)13-01-2021 @ 21:26 
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9140251/Trump-team-blame-C...

Trump team will blame China lab for growing Covid-19 with 'bombshell' evidence as part of final salvos of president's administration - but UK dismisses claim
Senior officials in Washington DC say outgoing Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is set to make 'bombshell intervention' as final act of the Trump administration
Pompeo is also expected to accuse the WHO of assisting in a Chinese cover-up
British sources say they are expecting the claims but have dismissed them in advance saying 'all credible evidence does not point to leak from the laborator


when threads collide.

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