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» Squat 180kg for 20 reps (Go to post)18-06-2015 @ 22:14 
Rodger said:Awesome work mate.
I can image it takes a lot of mental strength to stick with a set like that!
By the way is that a zuluglove belt and if so how do you get on with it?

Cheers! Yeah it was more of a mental battle than anything!

I've had the zuluglove belt for ~3 years now and while I can't compare it to other belts since I've never tried them I absolutely love it. It's really sturdy and fastening it, and more importantly unfastening it, is a doddle.
» Squat 180kg for 20 reps (Go to post)14-06-2015 @ 15:29 
edi86 said:Awesome work bud looks very explosive, is your injury squat related?

No it just comes from deadlifting. I very first did it doing SLDLs with sloppy form, and I've hurt it 3 times since then deadlifting. I think my back is just a little weak in general so I need to build it up slowly.
» IPF Classic Worlds (Go to post)14-06-2015 @ 12:18 
I f**king cheered out loud when he got that bench! Just so impressed with his determination!
» Squat 180kg for 20 reps (Go to post)14-06-2015 @ 11:22 
Been dealing with a repeated injury for the past year or so, each time it sets me back a few weeks. Working back up recently I squatted 190 for 7 or 8 sets of 5 can't remember. Then I aggravated the injury again so took some time off. Past few weeks working up to this I went like 140 2x12, 150 2x14, 160 2x16, 170 2x18 and then 180 1x20. I put on a little bit of weight too because I really just wanted to get it.

Once my injury is healed (which takes around 4 weeks) squatting is fine. I just have to be careful with deadlifts which is the thing that keeps making it come back. I think I'm going to switch to sumo... Eek
» Squat 180kg for 20 reps (Go to post)14-06-2015 @ 00:52 

f**k yeah!
» 200kg squat x 15 (Go to post)05-06-2015 @ 23:20 
f**king hell well done! Your squats are really nice.

I've been doing some high rep squatting lately and I knew exactly how you were feeling. Do you find that at some point it just becomes ridiculously uncomfortable to breathe, like you can't get air in fast enough and every breath you take makes you feel worse, that you just find it easier to bang out another rep?
» Does working a physical job make you better at powerliting? (Go to post)04-06-2015 @ 23:03 
I think that if you're new then it will definitely be an advantage and your initial lifts will be much higher. For example first time my brother ever squatted he did 120kg for reps.

I think at higher levels, then the soft of stimulus a manual job provides is not going to help you get any stronger. It might help you bench 100kg your first time in the gym, but it's not going to help you bench 180kg. It's good for being 'quite strong' but not strong. I think as you become more and more advanced it becomes less beneficial and at best neutral. If you didn't eat enough and sleep enough to recover it would definitely become a detriment. Well those are my thoughts anyway.

Disclaimer: don't work a manual job so just hypothesising.
» Eddie at it again 60-420kg deadlift (Go to post)19-05-2015 @ 01:01 
walker said:
He's marrying the late Mike Jenkins Mrs...

Jesus I've only just heard about this. I can't help but feel that's sick for some reason. It just feels too soon to me. I don't think I could go through with it if I was Brian Shaw.
» 280kg deadlift PB!! (hook grip) (Go to post)18-04-2015 @ 18:31 
Again, well done man!
» random disclosure thread (Go to post)03-04-2015 @ 16:42 
I curl in the squat rack
» Enjoyable Hook Grip Deadlift PBs (Go to post)29-03-2015 @ 14:56 
Well done
» Nike Romaleos 2 For Sale (Go to post)03-09-2014 @ 23:40 
My friend is selling his size 7.5 Romaleos. His shoes for him are like his babies, so they are in mint condition.
» Running the same routine twice, back to back? (Go to post)18-08-2014 @ 15:11 
Risky, many a programs have failed because people have been impressed by the progress they decide to modify it and make things heavier to get more out of it. I think the safest thing to do would be just see it through and then perhaps run the whole thing again in a couple of months. It's clearly working as it is already.
» ravens squat pb (Go to post)10-08-2014 @ 21:53 
Fuuuck you're meant to be a cripple, not getting squat PBs! But seriously, well done man!
» Have I wasted a year? (Go to post)09-06-2014 @ 21:42 
AMG said:
160kg so thats a 40kg increase but let's say I continued low bar and then it would be 30-40kg increase so 230/240kg.

Then it's not a waste is it, you've added 40kg to your highbar squat which is what you wanted to improve. I bet if you trained your lowbar for 3-4 months it would probably skyrocket up to like 230 or something anyway.


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