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» Maintaining strength whilst dropping bodyweight (Go to post)27-09-2016 @ 21:31 
PaulSavage said:
I've put near 300kg on my deadlift since I started lifting / went from 35kg max bench to 100kg x 54 reps. These are not on a Smith machine or reverse band but smith machines and reverse bands are used by the likes of zydrunas savickas and Brian Shaw.


I'm obviously a bit out of the loop. But people of Sugden, I implore you, what the f**k is this?
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» Maintaining strength whilst dropping bodyweight (Go to post)27-09-2016 @ 20:14 
peanuts said:Looking to drop roughly 20kg bodyweight mainly unwanted bodyfat.any advice on training to try and maintain as much strength as possible in the big three as powerlifting is my main objective


1) Keep protein high, every day.
2) Don't cut drastically, aim for 1lb a week. Perhaps 2lbs in the beginning.
3) Continue to train as if you expect strength levels to go up.

If you have 20kg to lose there's zero doubt in my mind you can lose a good chunk of that without sacrificing strength, if you go about it sensibly. The above points are a start.
» Blood pressure (Go to post)26-09-2016 @ 21:53 
SteBennett said:Just had mine checked and it's high 139/103.
Since I've been putting weight on I've felt like it's been raising.
Does anyone else have much issue with this?

Reason I got it tested is I've got a medical coming up for a driving job, would this be a reason to fail?


That is definitely high enough to be concerned IMO.
» bench press (Go to post)12-09-2016 @ 21:15 
edi86 said:Bench press. Looking back over my training joirnal. Mine goes up and then tendinitis happens then a week off ...


Look for the trends, how long can you go before you start to hurt.

Got that? Now deload BEFORE that happens.

That's a good starting point, your training journal can tell you more.
» Wanting advice from anyone who has had extended time off from lifting.. (Go to post)06-09-2016 @ 08:58 
Post Edited: 06.09.2016 @ 09:01 AM by Fazc
I did, I was travelling abroad so I didn't really think about it.

Health reasons was the first thing you stated, is it health reasons for you?

If you don't want to do it, don't do it. But firstly I'd say reevaluate what got you into the gym in the first place and touch base with that. I think that's a valuable mental exercise for everyone to do every year or so. Get back in touch with your original passion and see if your training is actually on track.
» 230/170/250 @ 93 (Go to post)05-09-2016 @ 19:09 
Cheers Robbo, you're lifting is going well too!

Rico said:Tasty. Are you no longer lifting in the conservatory?


Not for a few years! I enjoy the banter/camaraderie at the gym these days. It's still there though.
» 230/170/250 @ 93 (Go to post)05-09-2016 @ 19:09 
Cheers Robbo, you're lifting is going well too!

Rico said:Tasty. Are you no longer lifting in the conservatory?


Not for a few years! I enjoy the banter/camaraderie at the gym these days. It's still there though.
» A Decade Of Bullshit (Go to post)26-08-2016 @ 23:04 
c**ts
» 230/170/250 @ 93 (Go to post)24-08-2016 @ 19:40 
Cheers all! F**k off chaos!

Yeah the cuffs have helped with a recurring elbow issue which was stopping me going heavy. I'm fixing what I think the issue is while I use while I train through it. Would recommend.
» A bit of order to my training (Go to post)24-08-2016 @ 19:37 
What a c**t!
» 230/170/250 @ 93 (Go to post)23-08-2016 @ 17:22 
I've been stringing together a few decent training blocks. Ended the last one here. The deadlift was a tad low, I've done 260 recently and was expecting 270 here but failed. I'd put the volume down for the Squat Tongue :

» Gyms in Liverpool (Go to post)31-05-2016 @ 12:47 
Gym 21 in Kenny

Warehouse in Wavertree

Both serious gyms, good facilities
» please analyse my poverty squat (Go to post)31-05-2016 @ 02:34 
Post Edited: 31.05.2016 @ 02:36 AM by Fazc
Elbows down, chest a little higher, back more upright in general, get air in your belly, push hips forward, tense glutes before you descend, Dowins on will all contribute to a better looking squat. Get that all tighter before you unrack it.

It's a bit too 'Rippetoe' right now.
» News From The GBPF EXEC - Suspended Lifters (Go to post)22-05-2016 @ 13:41 
With Jesse the bar certainly moves a lot.

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