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» Sheik it up! (Go to post)19-04-2018 @ 11:55 
yano93 said:DYEL?


Hahahaha. No. No I do not. Not even sure why I'm visiting this site any more Confused Grin

Good to hear from you though!
» Performance Centre Fact Finding Survey (Go to post)21-10-2016 @ 10:15 
Done. Good luck!
» Tracking nutrient levels and other substances in blood (Go to post)21-10-2016 @ 10:11 
IainKendrick said:Ask this question to the relevant experts in the relevant fields Happy


Yep you're totally right. As it happens a certain member on Sugden turned out to be quite the expert so that was pretty awesome! Grin .

We are pretty keen to find some coaches, of any sport, to speak to. So if anyone knows any that might be interested please let me know!
» Tracking nutrient levels and other substances in blood (Go to post)19-10-2016 @ 10:21 
Lots of interesting responses here since I last had a look Happy

Basically the technology we have is able to take existing lab tests and adapt them for use in a simple disposable cartridge, that would be very simple to use and interpret.

So we are looking at what kind of lab tests would be most benefical to do this, and to whom.
» Tracking nutrient levels and other substances in blood (Go to post)15-10-2016 @ 16:31 
Post Edited: 15.10.2016 @ 16:31 PM by Simeon
If you could track any substance in the blood over time, as easily as you track your workouts, what would you want? Could be levels of specific vitamins, amino acids, supplements, hormones etc.

The reason I ask is because I'm developing a product that could easily measure substances from a drop of blood, and provide the information in a smart phone app, or something similar, so would like to know what people would like to know about.

Could be for lifting reasons or for general health reasons or anything else. If this is a topic that interests you please share!

Thanks
» WSM 2016? (Go to post)19-08-2016 @ 17:45 
BrenWad said: Halls squats and benches are gym bouncers'.


wtf are you on about, Hall pauses his benches for about 3 seconds
» WSM 2016? (Go to post)19-08-2016 @ 17:08 
MJG said:
Thor only 3 points back after his 3 worst events in the final.. Long way from all over.


True, Thor could win those three, with Brian in second, then Thor would win on countback.

However I think it's fairly unlikely, Brian will beat Thor on at least one of those events, and no one will be in between them for the others.
» WSM 2016? (Go to post)19-08-2016 @ 16:59 
Shaw has won it. No chance anyone is catching him now
» WSM 2016? (Go to post)13-08-2016 @ 12:58 
hixxy1985 said:
where u getting the info guys?


https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1xoB5MQKaL1FtrrNcQ_806xQSijbxbRs_L8qhjd1hCQs/htmlview#
» WSM 2016? (Go to post)13-08-2016 @ 12:54 
4th place in loading for Eddie

IMO that probably means he's not fit enough to challenge for the win then.
» Terry Hollands 238.5kg DOH smooth axle (unofficial WR) (Go to post)21-07-2016 @ 22:11 
ChrisMcCarthy said:As a complete but not entirely uneducated guess Chris James would probably have done some very heavy DOH deads.


you're not wrong

» World Deadlift Championship Predictions (Go to post)12-07-2016 @ 20:48 
Miky111 said:
You can make such comments about literally anything.
Why should I run?
Why should I work? Why get out of the bed?
You only have to die really...
If someone finds pleasure in something and it's worth to him, then let him do his thing. As long as he's not hurting anyone else in the process


Yea what I was trying to say is there's no point in getting one knickers in a twist over people not being interested in it, or even making ill informed comments about it.
» World Deadlift Championship Predictions (Go to post)12-07-2016 @ 16:42 
CAJ said:Typical responses from people who just don't understand.

As much as the comments send me raging, these are the people we know, live amongst, work with on a daily basis.

They have no comprehension of this feat or it's significance, to them it means nothing it's just some bloke who is too big, risking his life to pick something heavy off the floor, they see it as stupid and pointless. There's also some down right f**kwits who as previously stated can't say anything nice because they've never achieved anything with their s**t, plain vanilla lifestyle and so they subconsciously project their hateful venom onto everybody else to make themselves feel justified and worth a s**t.

f**k these people. f**k the Daily Fail. Surround yourself with positive energy.


Well lets face it what Eddie did, whilst extremely impressive, is not important in any way. Why should anyone not interested in strength sports (i.e. the vast majority of people) find it interesting or significant?
» Complaint to the BBC no 500k coverage (Go to post)10-07-2016 @ 16:05 
omg can't believe people are sending complaints to the bbc

hilarious lol
» World Deadlift Championship Predictions (Go to post)09-07-2016 @ 21:51 
AdamT said:Forget how many trophies others have won. Ed is the most popular strongman ever, especially after this.


yup. 735K views of the 500 vid on Facebook already. For comparison, Brian Shaw's most popular video on FB has 172K views

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