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» Southern England's Strongest Man Under 105kg 2013 (Go to post)14-03-2013 @ 21:39 
I'm defo not in this year, standard just isn't there.
I'll put the work in and be ready for next year though, good luck to the rest of you.
» Southern England's Strongest Man Under 105kg 2013 (Go to post)13-02-2013 @ 10:24 
Thanks, id written off the axle anyway, ive got curiously small hands for a big guy, lol.
I will give it some consideration.
» Southern England's Strongest Man Under 105kg 2013 (Go to post)12-02-2013 @ 22:14 
Post Edited: 13.02.2013 @ 07:26 AM by Jack_Hoedemaker
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» Southern England's Strongest Man Under 105kg 2013 (Go to post)12-02-2013 @ 21:04 
I only wanted the experience anyway, but at the level im at now i wont get a single rep at log, deadlift or axle.
» Southern England's Strongest Man Under 105kg 2013 (Go to post)12-02-2013 @ 12:00 
One less actually, sorry.
My standard is well off right now, i'm gonna give this a miss and give a go when it'd be slightly less embarrasing.
» GBPF Competitions Currently planned for 2013 in the East Midlands. (Go to post)11-02-2013 @ 10:27 
Luuuuuukey said:
It'll be 105 and 120. The weight categories changed last year.
As for the wraps, if you aren't bothering with a suit or shirt you're going to have a hell of a challenge on to keep up with guys in full kit. Either go all out and use as much kit as is allowed, or none at all IMO.

Fair point, i've been considering it, i just haven't employed them because i got tires of people saying "that's not syou lifting it though".
» GBPF Competitions Currently planned for 2013 in the East Midlands. (Go to post)10-02-2013 @ 22:27 
Also, how are the weight categories gonna be divided? Last Anglianopen i see went 100kg then 110kg,all the other comps go the standard 105kg then 120kg, i tend to weigh in at about 103 so i need to know what way to go diet wise.
» GBPF Competitions Currently planned for 2013 in the East Midlands. (Go to post)08-02-2013 @ 10:29 
Best stick to gunning for the open then i don't use suits or bench shirts but knee wraps are something of a must for me im afraid.
Still, first things first, Anglian open.
» GBPF Competitions Currently planned for 2013 in the East Midlands. (Go to post)07-02-2013 @ 22:34 
I guess I'm just looking to qualify for the British opens finals, whats the difference between that and the classics?
» GBPF Competitions Currently planned for 2013 in the East Midlands. (Go to post)07-02-2013 @ 22:16 
Can the Anglian open be used to qualify for the nationals?
» GBPF Competitions Currently planned for 2013 in the East Midlands. (Go to post)09-01-2013 @ 15:16 
Change of date, good, extra week training.
When will these be visible on the GBPF East Midlands website?
» Southern England's Strongest Man Under 105kg 2013 (Go to post)08-01-2013 @ 17:06 
Don't think anyone has asked this yet, will the log lift for reps be full movement of can we press from the chest?
» Southern England's Strongest Man Under 105kg 2013 (Go to post)02-01-2013 @ 22:54 
Right, nobody else pay up, that way i'll make the top10. lol.
» Southern England's Strongest Man Under 105kg 2013 (Go to post)01-01-2013 @ 19:29 
Just paid up via paypal.
Looking forward to attending, d before and looking for experience more than placings, see you all thrre!
» GBPF Competitions Currently planned for 2013 in the East Midlands. (Go to post)13-12-2012 @ 16:04 
Technically a novice, but i fancy a shot at the Anglian Open. Hmmm, decisions.

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