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» one shoulder higher than other (Go to post)03-10-2018 @ 19:50 
A human body is asymmetrical. It isnt nescessarily going to be better if you somehow become more symmetrical.
» Ray Williams 485kg Squat... (Go to post)04-03-2018 @ 19:48 
Yeah I dont think its that bad. Yes, from this angle it doesnt nescessarily look buried but Ive learned from watching his lifts from other angles that his depth is better than it looks from the front. There is no way for us to see his hip crease without being more to the side.
» 220kg paused front squat (Go to post)21-01-2018 @ 13:44 
Very strong legs
» Deadlift critique (Go to post)21-01-2018 @ 13:42 
Its not bad.

Maybe work on tightening up the back even more before pulling and perhaps lower your head slightly. Often works well to look at the floor two metres in front of you for at least the first half of the pull.
» Race To a 340kg Deadlift Thread (Go to post)17-01-2018 @ 15:51 
Still pretty far away from 340 but at least back to where I was before injury last year with this 300kg double. How many dead stop reps do you guys do with 300? Im assuming at least 5-6 reps for 340kg.
» Reverse Grip Bench Press (Go to post)07-01-2018 @ 18:01 
It basically forces you to tuck your elbows more, which tends to place more stress on your front deltoid and upper pecs. This can be a good thing or it can be a bad thing, depending on how you use the exercise in your routine and where your weaknesses are.
» Sonny Webster Takes Creatine (Go to post)10-12-2017 @ 12:00 
The 23 year old weightlifter spent his life savings. Must have been quite the lump of cash.
» the race to a 500lb bench (Go to post)17-11-2017 @ 00:55 
In on this

1. Evis - 220kg
2. matthewvc - 210kg (463lbs)
3. Ben66 - 200kg (440lbs)
4. Bim - 200Kg (440lbs)
5. CAJ - 195kg (429lbs)
6. Oxman - 192.5kg (424lbs)
7. JackRevans - 118kg (260lb
8.john ffs - 180kg(396lb)Grin

Injured my biceps a couple of weeks after hitting 220 so its taken some time to get back to that strength but its coming around now

» Diclofenac (Go to post)29-10-2017 @ 18:04 
Post Edited: 29.10.2017 @ 18:04 PM by Evis
For me its quite a bit harsher on my stomach than ibuprofen.

Probably not ideal for long term use I would assume.
» 300kg squat (Go to post)23-10-2017 @ 01:40 
Awesome milestone, congrats!

I remember seeing you lift in Stockholm. Youve come a long way since then.
» Race To a 340kg Deadlift Thread (Go to post)16-10-2017 @ 01:39 
In on this!

Darrenmac1988 - 325kg
CAJ - 325kg
Evis - 320,5kg
MVC - 320kg
Oxman - 320kg
93hopkinsonr - 300kg
Irish Marc - 310
» Squat Pb (Go to post)06-08-2017 @ 18:04 
Very nice! Congrats
» 250kg front squat (Go to post)30-07-2017 @ 01:04 
Very nice. Seemed like there maybe was some kilos left in the tank there as well.
» Literally 45 minutes (Go to post)29-07-2017 @ 22:35 
Probably not a big problem if you structure this correctly. If the meet is in five weeks you have two weeks of heavy deadlifts, three weeks of heavy squats and four weeks of heavy benching.

No need for a lot of volume in this last phase before competition, so your workouts can be fairly short.

Singles, maybe doubles, at 87,5-92,5% with some added triples at 80% or doubles at 85% as your main work for the week.

Bench needs the most volume and also probably frequency, squat is fine with only two sessions and deadlifts can be fine with only one, but it can often be an advantage to have a really light session so that form stays sharp until your next heavy session.
» shrugs (Go to post)07-07-2017 @ 12:26 
steve32 said:just a quick question troops,got a partial bicep tear a few years ago and was going to do shrugs with doh heavy soon,u think they will affect my bicep much?just kinda paranoid about it

Impossible to say. Is your arm fine now?

I had a partial tear and even DOH-stuff gave me pain initially, but now its fine. Dont do anything supinated on that side anymore though.


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