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» The Assassin (Go to post)21-09-2017 @ 10:16 
Ace. What area?
» The Assassin (Go to post)21-09-2017 @ 09:03 
Are you moving house yet Rick? & if so is there space for my bike at this one?
» Paul Savage training log (Go to post)13-09-2017 @ 08:41 
PaulSavage said:
I think you maybe did them wrong as I get more sore from them than full range. Try them again but this time try with a lighter weight and make sure you can feel it in the muscles, should be burning like crazy, do sets of 20-40 reps.
I only do partials for pressing and leg press, can't think of anything else off top of my head. Squats are pretty decent with them for high reps.

I'll try the higher reps then and see how it goes. I was thinking about squats too. Maybe do them to a high bench for consistency. Ta

» Paul Savage training log (Go to post)12-09-2017 @ 16:40 
How do Paul? Thought of you last night. Got my stuff on to go for a run, opened the front door and it started pissing down. Iíve been contemplating a return to lifting stuff for a bit, but you know when you canít be arsed? I was a bit like that. The bar, stands and weights were all tidied and have my gym is taken up with my 1100 crotch rocket, which didnít help my enthusiasm. I managed to fashion some kit together to do some standing pressing, but not sure if itís an age thing or lack of flexibility or owt, but still canít be arsed. THATís when I thought of you. Partial ROM presses. Did half a dozen sets to just over my slap head and super setted with some lat raises. Easy does it like as not done much for some time. Have to say I quite enjoyed them, although a lack of shoulder DOMS today has led me to question their long term effectiveness. Do you think I should stick with them for gainz or just stick to running? Is there any other partials that you recommend?
» Did school prepare you for life? (Go to post)11-09-2017 @ 12:28 
I think I was more prepared because of it than if I hadn't been. I liked it looking back, although the teachers who told me that "Sticks and stones..." bollox were selling me a bum deal. Looking back the name calling wouldn't have been tolerated in today's schools. For the first 3 years of secondary school all 1100 kids there knew me as Hitler (a play on my name rather than any Nazi affiliations). Looking back I can't think of a more abhorrent nick name. Once I hit my teenage years and facial acne kicked in I became Zitler. Kids can be cruel, but I expected better of the teachers.Unhappy
» Mayweather vs mcgregor? (Go to post)01-09-2017 @ 16:42 
ben66 said:
just let it go.

if he doesn't will you give him a war he won't believe?Cool

Wrong decade I'm guessing Unhappy
» Caravan parks in or near Urmston, Manchester (Go to post)22-08-2017 @ 13:07

You could piss on Urmston from there.
» Will we ever see a 500kg deadlift and 250kg log? (Go to post)28-07-2017 @ 15:51 
aaron_lohan said:
I've nothing against Matt. Nothing to forgive.

That was my best guess too. Not seen him to ask him since, although I'd probably have a lot of other things to talk about first.

Are you out on Tuesday?
» Will we ever see a 500kg deadlift and 250kg log? (Go to post)28-07-2017 @ 14:11 
aaron_lohan said:
How to lie.

You've never forgiven him have you Aaron?
» keeping yourself in good nick as you get older (Go to post)26-07-2017 @ 20:22 
How are you enjoying the bike ? i saw some pictures on facebook looks very nice.

Loving it Ed. Thought it would be a step too far as it's over 100kg heavier than my last one, but handles really smoothly. I'd like to say it's down to the rider, but it's not. Still very choosy about routes, weather and time of day, but picking your fights is no bad advice. In fact it could 'keep yourself in good nick as you get older'.

See what I did there? Wink
» keeping yourself in good nick as you get older (Go to post)26-07-2017 @ 11:42 
EDCLARKE said:I turned 46 this year and for the first time im nearer in age to 50 then 40 , and as my mid life crisis strikes harder ive found myself increasingly more interested in keeping myself in as good shape as possible to deter the ageing process.

I'm coming round to the view that a combination of strength training , exercise and flexibility work are the keys to feeling younger ,but what i'm really interested in is what you can do to lessen the impact of falling testosterone levels as you age , before every one suggests all manner of chemicals , i'm looking at natural ways to maintain or boost testosterone levels if that's even possible.

Worked for me so far...
Shave your head - hair's gay anyway
Buy a motorbike
Climb mountains
Run marathons
Park your car up and cycle everywhere
Learn new stuff - new stuff is f**king ace
Take annual trips to Amsterdam. Amsterdam is testo tastic
Treat your Mrs well - divorces aren't good for gainz and homelessness is bad for testo
eat more fat and less carbs - can't be arsed discussing the science. I tried it and it feels great.
Druken dance on tables at least once a month
Laugh your cock off at least once a day. If you have nothing to laugh at start working back through the list
» Manchester (Go to post)25-05-2017 @ 14:35 
Been quite a surreal few days and very close to home. The Mrs has been coming home from work in tears as she works with people who were there at the time picking their kids up and describing the horrific scenes that I need not go into detail about here. We have friends who work in the health sector who have been dealing with the aftermath. You dry your eyes and think of the brilliant people out there looking after us. We both visit different sites with work and every time we see a newsflash of an armed raid nearby or see a police heli overhead (which has been most of this week) weíve been on the phone to check on each other. As we both work based a couple of miles from this avoiding it is impossible, so we have to get on with it. Went out to Media City for lunch with a bunch from work and usually busy areas are empty. Police in body armour and sub machine guns walking amongst us keeping an eye out for us all. The effect has been massive and people are scared without doubt, but like any wound it will heal. There will always be a scar but we will heal. Weíve been doing it for 1000ís of years.
I appreciate that Sugden BB forum is now pretty much global, but donít forget that it was formed by a group of Uni students a decade ago in city centre Manchester. For one thread at least donít give the s**thouse wank stain terrorists and political wranglers the platform that they so desperately crave. Letís honour the lost and wounded, and the countless people behind the scenes who look after us when the s**t hits the fan.
» There's nothing like a Snatch... (Go to post)11-05-2017 @ 09:10 
Fat spaz
» Tom Martin 410KG!!! (Go to post)24-02-2017 @ 18:33 
Mikeneto said:Tom's got to beat Delroy in his class yet.

I asked this on FB quite recently as that's a match I'd be interested in seeing and I'm thinking it's pretty inevitable, but neither came back to me. Come to think of it no one came back to me so I may have just thought I posted it.

Was chatting to Tom at a function last year and he was talking of having a good go at the all time best, but this was before the 500. Also, that he didn't fancy going much above 120k, but he seems to be carrying 110 very well so who knows.

Another thing that I've seen recently was an alleged interview with Clarence Kennedy who is looking to move over to PL from WL. Currently @ 100k with an 800+ whilst concentrating on OL, and could well end up in the same Fed (internationally at least) as Tom and Del. Interesting times in the PL world.
» Iceland (Go to post)09-01-2017 @ 09:07 
ChrisMcCarthy said:What you need to find Sam is the Icelandic version of Wetherspoon's!!


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