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» A Hebridean Diary (Go to post)24-01-2019 @ 14:39 
Good luck old boy.
» Belly Buster (Go to post)04-01-2019 @ 10:53 
EDCLARKE said:single arm kettlebell swings 20k 30 seconds on 20 seconds off for 10 minutes

How did you find them?
» Belly Buster (Go to post)20-12-2018 @ 15:51 
good man , i need to start doing some cardio , but i cant seem to get any motivation together to start

Kettlebells are cardio for people who don't like cardio.

Get hold of a 24kgs kettlebell - swing it on 30s on/20s off sets, swapping over from r to l arm, back again - repeat till you're puking. You'll build up quickly to 15/20 mins, which is all you'll need. Work em' in at the end of weights, or on days off.

That'll trim you up young fella.
» Hix on BBC (Go to post)14-12-2013 @ 12:23 
Good stuff - comes across really well.
» van damme does the splits (Go to post)15-11-2013 @ 13:07 
Lost all credibility for me when he started drinking Coors Light.

That stuff is s**te.
» 8 weeks between PL comps, what program to do? (Go to post)14-11-2013 @ 16:41 
I would do some light "bodybuilding" type suff for two weeks after the first comp, just to keep the machine ticking over.

Then I'd drop into a 5 week increasing poundage programme, going no more than triples, down to doubles and maybe a few openers in the last couple of weeks.

Martin is a superstar of powerlifting, so perhaps he's the best person to advise.
» Dikul '160kg' stone, floor to overhead @ 75 years old. (Go to post)12-11-2013 @ 08:19 
The fat f**k is blowing out of his arse before he's even picked it up. He should get on the stairmaster, not the stones.

Excellent looking gym however.
» 1st time using monolift in the new year, tips? (Go to post)07-11-2013 @ 12:19 
My advice is not to worry - 95% of lifters are fine on the mono. I would not walk anything out in a mono - its defeating the object of the thing.

The main differences are that a mono has more fore and aft wobble than a racked bar in stands. It is a little bit disconcerting to not feel so "locked in" to the bar before the lift.

The second thing that can happen is that a lifter follows the track of the supports with his eyes, as these raise up when the bar is released. This occasionally has the effect of causing that lifter to over balance and lean or stumble forward. I knew a lifter who closed his eyes to prevent that happening.

Get to the venue early - see if there is a mono in the warm up area and make sure you use it a a practice tool, as much as part of the warm up.
» Life is like a box of Chocolates (Go to post)29-10-2013 @ 21:49 
That was lovely to watch - made my evening.
» Casey Viator dies (Go to post)10-09-2013 @ 11:28 
I expect he suffered from a "genetic heart defect".

If you don't die of sudden coronary failure, in your early sixties - then you're no kind of strength athlete in my opinion.
» Dan Green 261kg (575lbs) x 3 Front Squat (Go to post)06-09-2013 @ 15:56 
I would like him better if he didn't wear his hat like that.
» Deadlift Suit (Go to post)06-09-2013 @ 15:50 
You can have mine if you still need it. Its probably a tiny bit too big for you, but it'll do the job.
» The Cycling Thread (Go to post)03-09-2013 @ 12:12 
Cycling is brilliant innit.....

Except you have to buy news clothes, because you've shrunk.
» So who plays rugby? (Go to post)26-08-2013 @ 20:53 
EDCLARKE said:Played for 20 years then stopped , then five years later I thought I'd have one last game and snapped my Achilles' tendon. Still toy with the idea of having 1 last game but probably won't.

....and I did the same Ed. How's your Achilles now?
» So who plays rugby? (Go to post)26-08-2013 @ 20:53 
I used to play, but gave it up for powerlifting because of the drugs in rugby.

And that's TRUE! (almost)

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