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» old timers occasional log (Go to post)28-04-2009 @ 18:33 
jt said:
quick one tonight my quarterly squat work out

front squat


Very very strong front squatting. What is your max jt?
» Robbos untried and untested training log (Go to post)28-04-2009 @ 18:21 
Training Today

Front Squats

20kg x 5
60kg x 5
60kg x 5
100kg x 5
120kg x 5
140kg x 5
140kg x 3
130kg x 5
120kg x 5

Standing Strict Press

20kg x 5
50kg x 5
70kg x 3
90kg x f,f (f**king disgracefull)
80kg x 3 (grinders, even more f**king disgracefull)

Average front squat session

Wank shoulder pressing. Just cant get comfy with an olympic bar as opposed to the axle. Wrists hurt, back hurts leaning back.

Need to get the shoulders built up now elbow is on mend but still holding me back a fair bit Unhappy
» The Return of The Bull (Go to post)27-04-2009 @ 21:19 
Well done on the fronties. Solid
» Terry hollands 415k deadlift attempt (Go to post)27-04-2009 @ 20:48 
Sparrow said:

Look forward to seeing what damage you do this year at WSM Terry.

» Sparrow Legs Strongman Training (Go to post)27-04-2009 @ 20:47 
Sparrow said:
Thought the first platform at England's was 57"?

Mon 27/4

Front squats
20kg x 5
60kg x 4
90kg x 4
110kg x 4,4,4,4,4

Rack squats (pin #15)
120kg x 3
160kg x 3
200kg x 3

Wide grip chins (done inbetween sets of squats)
BW x 8
+15kg x 8,8,8

Prone DB rows (done inbetween sets of squats)
45kg x 8,8,8,8

Incline rear delt raises
15kg x 20,20

Incline DB curls
15kg x 12,10

Some high volume graft!
» Barnard Castle Steam Show Strongest Man (Go to post)27-04-2009 @ 10:18 
I fancy this as there is no deadlifting to do my back in.

Any places left?
» Terry hollands 415k deadlift attempt (Go to post)27-04-2009 @ 10:13 
All the best with the training and good luck big tel
» Will's Strongman Log (Go to post)26-04-2009 @ 20:32 
JC said:
Nice farmers PB mate. Seems like you have improved considerably on those of late

thanks mate. progress feels slow but thats probably me being impatient. I think the problem is that my speed and strength have increased alot but my grip progress is slow. if I could hold onto the bas***ds long enough I think I could put up some semi respectable times.

Just a thought mate but when i watched your vid, when you pick up the farmers the front end dips forwards.

IME with the farmers (which isnt great) ive found that picking them up with my hands further forwards on the handles so the back end dips down is much less taxing on the grip and makes the turn easier

May be totally wrong but has worked for me
» Sparrow Legs Strongman Training (Go to post)26-04-2009 @ 16:31 
Think i was getting confused with goodmornings!

Cheers. oh so much yet to learn!
» Deadlift Suits (again) (Go to post)26-04-2009 @ 15:58 
Sparrow said:
IMO the Metal King Pro (has adjustable straps). Gives me 20-30kg on top of my raw I reckon.

Where is the best place to buy one?

Thinking it may help my back and give it some extra support when lifting to prevent injury?!
» Sparrow Legs Strongman Training (Go to post)26-04-2009 @ 15:51 
Good session jonny.

Good to see your getting stuck into those deads!

Whats the crack with these romanin deads? Im not sure what they are and what pupose they are for?
» Robbos untried and untested training log (Go to post)26-04-2009 @ 13:50 
JC said:
Great events session mate, farmers looking strong

Cheers mate. was supposed to take it easy but cant resist heavy farmers.

» Life is like a box of Chocolates (Go to post)26-04-2009 @ 04:04 
Great log and farmers mate.

should be good 7-8 in the tank on the 115 log by the time englands comes round
» How to make a thick bar? (Go to post)26-04-2009 @ 03:59 
Paul_D said:
Sorry about my typing error Robbo.... You may never live this one down Tongue


Ive been called a lot worse!

» How to make a thick bar? (Go to post)25-04-2009 @ 12:13 
Hi Paul.

Look at the thread axle bar that i posted up. Loads of useful info.

I used a 7ft scaffold bar, with scaffold clips on to stop the plates sliding into the middle of the bar.

I bought some David Horne wheel/axle converters for my wheels as they were a bit loose on the bar when i put them on. 35 and cheaper than an axle bar.

The olymic plates and spring collars will fit on fine. A scaffold bar is 48mm not 50 so a bit of duck tape on the bar where the plates sit will make it nice and tight.

Mine is solid and great to use

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