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» 175kg Bench Press (Go to post)20-11-2013 @ 15:57 
was going to say about the impressive verticle jump too! nice benching.
» 8 weeks between PL comps, what program to do? (Go to post)14-11-2013 @ 22:29 
thanks all Happy
» 8 weeks between PL comps, what program to do? (Go to post)14-11-2013 @ 13:52 
unit94 said:Could try an Ed Coan routine

2 weeks 2x8
2 weeks 2x5
2 weeks 2x3
2 weeks 2x2

Then your meet, if it's 7 weeks then the meet then cut out one week of 8's

Russian masters is a good one aswell, could do it for bench and squat then do something else for deads.


nice one mate, looks straight forward enough.
» 8 weeks between PL comps, what program to do? (Go to post)14-11-2013 @ 12:23 
going to have exactly 8 weeks between my next comp, and my 1st one next year. i train in my garage where i have a decent cage, bench, 2 oly bars, plenty of plates but not much else. if you were in my shoes, what program would you follow? been doing the korte 3x3 split and i could do a very slightly abreviated version of that but i am open to ideas.
» Best strength coaches in history ? (Go to post)14-11-2013 @ 10:46 
its probably a load of russian fellas none of us have ever heard of. the yanks are known because they like to talk a lot but most of their programs are just stolen from eastern block systems from years/decades ago.
» 1st time using monolift in the new year, tips? (Go to post)08-11-2013 @ 22:38 
lol, no not gay, although i did have strange feelings about morrisey back in the day, any fecker that says they didnt is a liar! lol.
will press gang the wife into it.
» 1st time using monolift in the new year, tips? (Go to post)08-11-2013 @ 22:36 
JC said:
your mrs/parents could pull the pins out
think outside the box


ah good thinking! thanks chief!
» 1st time using monolift in the new year, tips? (Go to post)07-11-2013 @ 15:56 
unfortunately i train in my garage in the middle of no where in northern scotland. the nearest mono is probably at the gym where the comp will be. about 4 hours drive away. so, it will be an on the day thing only.
» 1st time using monolift in the new year, tips? (Go to post)07-11-2013 @ 13:17 
PorkPie said:My advice is not to worry - 95% of lifters are fine on the mono. I would not walk anything out in a mono - its defeating the object of the thing.

The main differences are that a mono has more fore and aft wobble than a racked bar in stands. It is a little bit disconcerting to not feel so "locked in" to the bar before the lift.

The second thing that can happen is that a lifter follows the track of the supports with his eyes, as these raise up when the bar is released. This occasionally has the effect of causing that lifter to over balance and lean or stumble forward. I knew a lifter who closed his eyes to prevent that happening.

Get to the venue early - see if there is a mono in the warm up area and make sure you use it a a practice tool, as much as part of the warm up.


sounds like a plan, although i am kind of in 2 minds. i will get in early and hopefully get a chance to try out the monolift and will make my decision from there. spoke to someone from the bpo who said its fine to walk it out but that there plenty there to encourage me to use the monolift. will see how it goes. its a while off yet anyway.
» ipf legal bench shirt urgently required! (Go to post)07-11-2013 @ 13:12 
sorted Happy
» 1st time using monolift in the new year, tips? (Go to post)06-11-2013 @ 12:53 
ok thanks lads. have contacted them to see if its ok just to walk them out.
» 1st time using monolift in the new year, tips? (Go to post)06-11-2013 @ 10:21 
would rather not use it to be honest but i dont know if thats an option. its with the bpo.
» 1st time using monolift in the new year, tips? (Go to post)06-11-2013 @ 06:54 
got a comp in january that has a monolift for squats. this will be the first time i have ever used one and i am slightly nervous about it purely because its totally new and i wi=ont have a chance to train with one beforehand. does anyone have any experience or tips to share?
many thanks.
» ipf legal bench shirt urgently required! (Go to post)04-11-2013 @ 15:41 
to fit male, 104kg, 5ft 9, 47inch chest. inzer have left me in the s**t, a shirt i ordered a month ago hasnt even been made yet and i need one asap. if anyone can help can they either pm me here or email me neilstewart83@gmail.com
many thanks.
» wanted ipf approved deadlift and squat suit (Go to post)07-10-2013 @ 22:15 
actually just checked and the one i have at the moment is a 42 that i wore at 93kg.

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