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» Text underneath avatar and training journal thumbnail image (Go to post)23-02-2012 @ 17:33 
kirkynick said:
You asked for that "I was being a spaz"Grin


Thing is i'd already told him its chosen from what he says!Tongue Tongue
» Text underneath avatar and training journal thumbnail image (Go to post)23-02-2012 @ 17:18 
mrbeige said:
Aaaaaaah! I spent fecking ages trying to find how to do it, thought I was being a spaz!


Nice tag line. Think i prefer mine Grin
» Text underneath avatar and training journal thumbnail image (Go to post)23-02-2012 @ 17:13 
The text under you're avatar will be chosen for you from what you say it seems. Think its the mods little power trip bit of fun Roll-Eyes
» Englands Strongest Man u90kg 2012 (Go to post)23-02-2012 @ 15:37 
shanejer said:
If he is northen.. yes


Yeah he is, he's already down for it. Thanks.Cool
» Englands Strongest Man u90kg 2012 (Go to post)23-02-2012 @ 15:18 
shanejer said:you have to do a national qualifer!

Macca - i can see 1 good event for you!

Always were good at farmers


Would that be the Elite strongman qualifier?
» Englands Strongest Man u90kg 2012 (Go to post)23-02-2012 @ 15:12 
I've a friend interested in this, do you have to qualify via another comp or can he put in for this.
» Just bought... (Go to post)22-02-2012 @ 20:13 
I've got the thor elbow and knee sleeves, they give great support, mind there a bit of a chew to get on with being so stiff, but a bit of talk helps them go on nicely.
» METAL pro King Deadlifter Size 48 For sale - Brand new! (Go to post)22-02-2012 @ 15:37 
ChrisGlover said:around 90kg + and - as will vary on individuals leg and hip size as the straps are adjustable.


No good for a fat lad like me then.. Thanks anyway Happy
» METAL pro King Deadlifter Size 48 For sale - Brand new! (Go to post)22-02-2012 @ 13:09 
What kg lifter is that for?
» Weighing in for comps (Go to post)21-02-2012 @ 18:23 
baldt said:it is a bit stupid in Scotland assuming that anyone is over 6ft. the poor diet and history of Rickets should surely dictate that most are around 5'8".


Not getting into that one. But i'm from England and only 5'8"

Confused
» Weighing in for comps (Go to post)21-02-2012 @ 14:54 
davycummings said:
Hmmm, yes. Under 6 foot comps would be nice, then noone would put the stones so stupidly high Happy


Yeah they don't realise we've got to press them up Unhappy
» Using chalk? Liquid or the normal stuff (Go to post)21-02-2012 @ 14:46 
I've got both, i find the liquid stays on you're hands a whole lot longer and you don't have to keep applying it before lifts like you do the other chalk. Plus its not that expensive now, i just buy a bottle when i need it from myprotein.com.
» Weighing in for comps (Go to post)21-02-2012 @ 14:38 
bo***cks to these different weight catagories. I think they should do different height ones for short fat people like me Grin
» how old is too old? (Go to post)19-02-2012 @ 20:49 
Congratulations. I'm 36 and my wife's due in july. Happy times.
» rotator cuff (Go to post)19-02-2012 @ 19:15 
I had the same trouble for over a year with mine. My physio told me to buy some theraband off ebay and get warm up exercises off you tube. Now i still do the warm ups and never get a bit of bother with them.

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