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» Titan Longhorn XL Belt for sale (Go to post)06-09-2016 @ 12:35 
Post Edited: 07.09.2016 @ 10:56 AM by jwalks
Brand new, mint condition. Just too big for me. Unhappy

Size XL 37" to 47"

http://i.imgur.com/zNpuAipl.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/bFBOx3Jl.jpg

I've got more pics if needed.

65 delivered
» New bar shopping (Go to post)06-09-2015 @ 15:40 
My black wolverson bar lives in the garage and has no signs of rust on it. It's a decent bar for the money, I'm happy with it.
» Safety Straps in Rack (Go to post)11-08-2015 @ 13:40 
Benvie said:Not exactlu what the original post was about but I quite like the look of the safety straps poundstone uses. He has them set up like normal safety bars in the rack to stop the bar getting damaged, they look like they'd be good for doing log from as well.

I could only find videos of it in his instagram and don't know how to link that to here.


Like these?

http://cdn.roguefitness.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/head...
» Safety Straps in Rack (Go to post)11-08-2015 @ 12:25 
I made some of these when I had a crap rack without safety arms after almost killing myself benching. I looked at the spud inc ones and realised they were just towing straps, chains and karabiners so bought the all the bits and made my own set for about 30.
» Matt Kroc is now janae marie kroc (Go to post)28-07-2015 @ 11:27 
Is that what happens when you don't PCT?
» Matt Kroc is now janae marie kroc (Go to post)28-07-2015 @ 09:07 
"Alpha male/girly girl Lesbian in a male body"

That is just weird
» Fire service practical test (Go to post)23-07-2015 @ 20:25 
Post Edited: 23.07.2015 @ 20:26 PM by jwalks
I'm wholetime in Manchester. I think most fire services use the national standard physical tests now: http://www.fireservice.co.uk/recruitment/physical

That website is a good source of info and the forum is pretty good as well.

The tests themselves are straight forward, just remember to do EXACTLY what you are told to. It's amazing how many people fail for not following the instructions they are given.

When I did it if you failed one thing that was it and you were sent off the yard back to the changing room. Those left at the end had to do the bleep test.
» So... What animals have you run over while driving? (Go to post)01-05-2015 @ 10:23 
Hit a drunk girl in Leeds city centre one night. She was messing around with friends and stepped out in front of me. She rolled up the bonnet, over the roof and dropped off the back.

When I got out of the car a crowd had formed around her so I checked for any damage to my car. This didn't go down well with the crowd. Happy

Anyway, no damage was done and the girl was fine. Just had to explain to the Mrs why my car was covered with glitter.
» Building a gamer PC v's Buying a gamer PC (Go to post)27-03-2015 @ 22:56 
Post Edited: 27.03.2015 @ 22:58 PM by jwalks
I built my current PC for gaming. I'd never previously built one from scratch but had upgraded graphics cards and ram etc. It was surprisingly easy and proved far more cost effective than buying one ready made. Check out the overclockers.co.uk forums. Lots of info on there and a step by step guide, you can even post a spec me thread with a budget and the guys will help you get the best bang for your buck.
» Cops on gear (Go to post)12-12-2014 @ 23:44 
If a cop is buying steroids in this country, then isn't he technically doing business with a drug dealer? Can see why this might be frowned upon.

Plus the guys who are high up and make these kind of decisions are probably ignorant about steroids and just believe what they read in the Daily Mail.
» Home gym pics (Go to post)21-11-2014 @ 00:07 
Post Edited: 21.11.2014 @ 00:07 AM by jwalks
http://www.roguefitness.com/sml-2-rogue-90-monster-lite-squat-...

Think it worked out a little over 500 including shipping from Finland. Worth it though. Happy

Quality is way above the Powertec crap I had before.
» Home gym pics (Go to post)20-11-2014 @ 23:47 
[Img]https://imageshack.com/i/iqtillo7j
» Jimbo's Journal (Go to post)15-10-2014 @ 22:41 
Deadlift
70x5
70x5
100x5
120x3
150x3
170x2
190x2
210x1
230x2 Happy

170x3
170x3
170x3

SLDL
155x5
155x5

BOR
102.5x5
102.5x5

Shrugs
135x5
135x5

Chinups
+27.5x5
+27.5x5

Curls
40x10
40x10
» Jimbo's Journal (Go to post)13-10-2014 @ 12:49 
10/10/14

Squat
140x5
140x5
140x5
140x5
140x5

Front Squat
75x5
85x5
95x5
105x5
115x5

12/10/14

Bench
70x5
90x3
110x2
120x1
130x1
140xF Unhappy

112.5x2
112.5x2
112.5x2
112.5x2
112.5x2
112.5x2

OHP
60x5
60x5
60x5
60x5
60x5

Wide Grip Chinups
+7.5x5
+7.5x5
+7.5x5
+7.5x5
+7.5x5
» Jimbo's Journal (Go to post)08-10-2014 @ 23:50 
walker said:How was the low bar?

Deadlift easy?


Need to try it with the bar a bit lower and with more weight. Yes deadlift was pretty comfortable, next week will be tougher 230x2! Eek



Bench
117.5x4
117.5x4
117.5x4
117.5x4

DB Incline
25x15
25x15
25x15
25x15

Lame but heaviest dumbells in the gym so just got a pump on.

Lat Pulldown
4 sets of 15

Tricep Pushdown
4 sets of 15

Pumped

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