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» Jamie's Log - get strong (Go to post)20-04-2011 @ 22:51 

Snatch: 40x5, 60x5, 70x5, 80x5x3 - difficult

Jerk (blocks): 40x5, 60x5, 80x5, 100x5x3 - good

BS: 70x10, 110x5, 130x5, 150x5x2 - good


Snatch from 18" Blocks: 40x5, 60x5, 70x5x3

Clean: 60x5, 80x5, 100x5, 110x5x3

BS: 60xlots, 100x5, 140x5, 160x2, 170, 180, 185miss


Snatch: 40x5, 60x5, 70x5, 80x3, 85x3x3

C+J: 60x3, 80x3, 100x3, 110x3x3


Snatch: 40x5, 60x5, 70x1+miss+3, 80x5, 82.5x5, 85x5, 87.5, 90, 92.5miss

Clean: 60x5, 80x3, 100x3, 110x3, 115x3x3

RDL: 160x5, 180x5, 200x5
» Jamie's Log - get strong (Go to post)15-04-2011 @ 21:27 

Power Snatch: 40x5, 60x5, 70x5x3

Power Clean: 60x5, 80x5, 100x5x3

Busy this week so training has been a bit haphazard.
» Torrington US Barbell? (Go to post)15-04-2011 @ 19:32 
Anyone heard of these barbells? Buying some bumper plates off someone and they mentioned they had an old Torrington US barbell. I've never heard of them and couldn't find anything on the interweb, just wondered if they were some old company that had gone out of business or something?
» Vartan Kukasyan 180 kg Snatch (94 kg lifter) (Go to post)15-04-2011 @ 15:00 
lil_lee said:
what the f**k... iv never seen any one pull a snatch that fast...

He f**king shifts doesn't he?! Amazing stuff...
» Jamie's Log - get strong (Go to post)13-04-2011 @ 22:20 

Snatch: 40x5, 60x5, 70x5, 80x5x2

BS: 70x5, 110x5, 130x5, 150x5

FS: 110x5, 140x2

Jerk Dips: 110x5, 150x5, 190x5

RDL: 110x5, 150x5, 180x5


Clean: 50x5, 70x5, 90x5, 110x5x3

BTN Jerk: 50x5, 70x5, 90x5, 110, 120, 130, 140miss x2
» Weak hips (Go to post)10-04-2011 @ 17:41 
When you say hip flexors, to which muscles/movements are you referring? The primary muscles which do hip flexion (bringing the knee toward the chest) are deep in the belly and quite difficult to feel. Certainly Sumo deadlifts, conventional pulls, squats and olympic lifts all train hip extension primarily. Things like full ROM situps, leg raises etc train hip flexion.
» Jamie's Log - get strong (Go to post)10-04-2011 @ 15:55 
Snatch from 16" blocks: 40x5, 50x5, 60x5x5

Halting Clean DL+Clean Pull: 60x3, 100x3, 120x3, 140x3

Jerk Dips: 60x5, 100x5, 120x5, 140x5, 160x5, 170x5, 180x5

Fairly light technique day, trying to spare the shoulder
» Wanted: bumper plates, decent oly bar, rubber mats (Go to post)09-04-2011 @ 18:39 
Yeah I did know about strengthshop, should have mentioned it in the original post. Thanks for the reply Buzz, will most likely end up getting my kit from yourself. Anyone with experience of the oly bars, do they spin nicely? I'm not expecting eleiko, but so long as the spin is reasonable I'd be very interested in getting one.

I was just throwing it out there in case anyone was getting rid of some old bumpers or a bar. Cash is pretty tight (final year of 6 years of Uni) so I'm trying to save wherever possible.
» Jamie's Log - get strong (Go to post)09-04-2011 @ 17:38 
Snatch: 40xlots, 60x5, 70x5, 80x5x3

C+PJ+C+J: 40xlots, 60x2, 80x2, 100x2

BS: 70x5, 110x5, 130x5, 150x5

FS: 110x5, 130x5

Cuff and abs work...

Loving the olympic lifting at the mo. Still having problems with my right shoulder and elbow. Feels fine on snatches but does not like C+J one bit. f**king annoying, always have problems with my shoulders epecially on jerks and it has always held me back.
» Lower body training with an injured back (Go to post)09-04-2011 @ 17:22 
Sled drags with a belt around your waist are a good shout. These for lots of sets absolutely suck. Single leg stuff might be a shout as well, something like split squats, one-leg deadlifts etc. Less load on the spine whilst still hitting the leg muscles. Also improve hip stability so you're less likely to hurt your back in the future.
» Wanted: bumper plates, decent oly bar, rubber mats (Go to post)09-04-2011 @ 14:48 
I'm after secondhand Olympic kit. Decent bumpers - 15s, 20s or 25s, a 28mm bar with reasonable spin and some rubber for s rudimentary platform. If anyone is selling any kit please let me know!

» Downhill mountain biking (Chilean Style) (Go to post)07-04-2011 @ 11:11 
That's f**king mint!
» Jamie's Log - get strong (Go to post)07-04-2011 @ 11:03 

Snatch: 40x7, 60x5, 70x1+miss+4, 80x5, 85x2+miss+2+miss+1

PC+PJ: 60x5, 80x5, 100x5

Press: 60x5, 70x5, 80x1

Box Jump: 38"x5, 41"x5, 43"x5, 44"x5
» Jamie's Log - get strong (Go to post)04-04-2011 @ 18:58 

Snatch: 50x5, 70x5, 80x3, 85x1+miss+1, 90miss x3, 70x5, 70x5, 80x3

C+J: 50x3, 70x3, 90x3, 100x2 stoppped as arm hurting

BS: 70x5, 120x5, 140x5, 150x3, 160, 140x5

Decided to do some o lifting, and realised I have neglected it. Technique was horrible and my arms havent been right since that stupid pullup-dip-squat workout the other day. Felt weak.


Snatch: 40xlots, 60x5, 70x5, 80x5, 85x5

C+J: 60x3, 80x3, 100x3, 110x3

BS: 60x5, 100x5, 130x5, 150x5, 155x5 PB

That's more like it! Arm still hurting, otherwise would have gone for more on the jerks. Squats felt easy.
» Ibuprofen. (Go to post)04-04-2011 @ 09:04 
It does have analgesic properties and this is all the effect you will get at low doses. You need to take a pretty big dose to see anti-inflammatory effects.

I would strongly suggest not taking ibuprofen, diclofenac or other NSAIDs regularly as they are very hard on your stomach lining and also your kidneys, both of which you don't want to f**k up.


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