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» Which belt is best? (Go to post)30-09-2011 @ 17:11 
I use a Strengthshop 13mm double prong. Took an age to break in, literally months.

However, it's the best belt I've used and very well built.
» 105's Champion of Champion's 2012 (Go to post)30-09-2011 @ 14:37 
Gra_Bul said:
Im not jesting hes my man 105 man crush ; ) glad he's there now, good luck with the prep lads!

My wife likened him to a ginger Superman.

Looks like an awesome lineup, would definitely travel to watch this.
» Bald men and eyebrow hair (Go to post)28-09-2011 @ 21:19 
I get my wife to pluck the strays and the unibrow. They don't grow long though.. I'm probably not at that stage yet! Tongue
» Cheshires Strongest Man u105 (Go to post)28-09-2011 @ 20:36 
I'll admit straight up that I don't like the addition medley. But that's only because I'm a fat f**k that doesn't like running around. Still looking forward to it though! Grin
» Cheshires Strongest Man u105 (Go to post)27-09-2011 @ 21:47 
I just vomited a little bit in my mouth. Eek
» Muscleinc Christmas carnage weekend (Go to post)25-09-2011 @ 17:50 
PaulSavage said:Is the axle deadlift with or without straps? would guess without but a bunch of comps seem to be doing it with straps.

I'd hope without at those weights, but then would that also apply to the apollons LMS in the opens?
» Muscleinc Christmas carnage weekend (Go to post)25-09-2011 @ 11:31 
I think so yes mate. I'm doing novice/inters over 95kg and know at least 3 other guys doing the same.

Here's the deets:

novice and inters muscleinc strongman christmas carnage sat 10th dec

novice and inters under 95kg
overhead log reps 70kg
farmers hold 110kg per hand
... stones over yoke 85kg,110kg,130kg
axle deadlift 180reps
load and carry medley object between 70-100kg

novice and inters over 95kg
ohead log reps 80kg
farmers hold 120kg
stones (as above)
axle deadlift 200kg reps
load and carry 4 objects 80-110kg

open/pro muscleinc christmas carnage on sunday 11th dec

viking press 130kg
farmers hold 140kg per hand
stones over yoke 110kg ,130, 150, 170
... apollians axle deadlift , last man standing
carry and load medley ,4 objects from 90-130kg

20 competitor entry
trophies certificates and prize money for top 3
» BPC UK Open - 24th September 2011 - Live Scoreboard (Go to post)25-09-2011 @ 10:19 
Boar said:I know these comps take lots of planning ...its a thankless task, but I was dead set on doing this until I found out the cost.

As was I and I know others were too. But with the cost of travel, accomodation, food etc, on top of entry fees and temporary BPC membership - I may as well just go on holiday abroad.
» BPC UK Open - 24th September 2011 - Live Scoreboard (Go to post)25-09-2011 @ 09:46 
I think it was at Genesis gym due to a poor turnout. Unhappy
» Sparrow Legs Strongman Training (Go to post)24-09-2011 @ 22:09 
Just wanted to say I'm not just following your log 'cause you're a local lad, but you post up some really solid sessions. Inspirational mate.

Sparrow said:

Teddy - I think it will probably be Pickering who will come after Gray, then the likes of yourself and Shane. Will be a top night though, that we CAN be sure of! Grin

Not sure about Pickering... he's a big strong lad, but can't see him beating Shane! Fancy a wee wager? (Couple of pints as the prize) Wink

Tried a few deadlifts from 15" for the first time today and was very happy indeed. What a lovely height to pull from when you're a short-arse like me! 300 went up easily and 320 moved a couple of inches in the right direction... I'd hope by November I'll be pulling 330ish from this height Happy
» The Return of The Bull (Go to post)23-09-2011 @ 09:25 
Looking forward to meeting you at Cheshires mate, not long now!

Just curious as to why you pull 12" SLDLs so much? Happy
» Sparrow Legs Strongman Training (Go to post)21-09-2011 @ 12:04 
Sparrow said:
Teddy - My raw pull is awful. 220 double was near the limit tonight. 260 will take some getting! I would expect you to out-total me by a good 40kg or so going off our numbers... Shane said they do fitness/conditioning classes on a Thursday at SV running around with kegs, pulling sleds etc. He said they will start up again when he gets back off his jollies. sound perfect for strongman fitness. I'll leave you guys to it for this week as I'm all pulled/pressed out!

I didn't even know they did that! Only really train there once a week and spend the rest of my time at Total Fitness.

Highly doubt there'll be a 40kg difference between us, my C+J might be improved but it's still dodgy! I think it'll be pretty close between the bigger lifters.. Shane is pulling about the same as I am at the moment, and I've no idea what Glenn is capable of!
» Sparrow Legs Strongman Training (Go to post)19-09-2011 @ 13:30 
Post Edited: 20.09.2011 @ 22:30 PM by Teddy
Sparrow said:260 raw will be the goal for the night of strength. 300kg suited is my crack pipe end of year goal.
What you aiming for on the night of strength?

260 raw won't be a problem for you in December with the raw numbers you're pulling now!

120/300+ as a miniumum mate! My axle c+p has magically started moving in the right direction now Grin

Not sure what this Thursday conditioning malarkey is, but I'll be there at 1830 with at least JT and Joe for some event practice for Cheshire's. Not 100% sure whats on the cards though. Guessing OH medley and deadlifts..


I meant November, December is a completely different month!
» Sparrow Legs Strongman Training (Go to post)17-09-2011 @ 21:20 
Might not have been a MondayTongue

Shane is great to train with, as are most of the lads at SV, you should come down for an evening session one day mate.

Just curious if there's any reason why you're still pulling suited now? Especially when night of strength is RAW (excluding wrist wraps)... I'm guessing knee wraps are allowed, but I really don't understand why!!
» Knee sleeves (Go to post)15-09-2011 @ 16:58 
martin said:Thanks for the response guys. If I come into some cash I may well just get some Rehbands then, or even try the cheaper ones to start with.

What's people use them for?

Ideally I want something that is going to keep my knee(s) warm and offer a little support as I am returning to training in a couple of weeks post knee surgery.

I have tendonitis in both knees, keeps them warm and reduces any pain while training.

And Buzz - I use a Tesco value electric whisk. It smells like burning plastic, but it does the job I ask of it!



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