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» Max deadlift (in kg) MINUS fastest mile (in seconds) (Go to post)02-11-2016 @ 11:48 
How about Paul Cooper?
» Official Race To 300kg Deadlift Thread (Go to post)26-04-2015 @ 10:20 
Thanks, Jack!
» Official Race To 300kg Deadlift Thread (Go to post)26-04-2015 @ 09:45 
I got there in the end.

» Finally... (Go to post)26-04-2015 @ 09:42 
Post Edited: 26.04.2015 @ 10:18 AM by Pete
It felt like it was overdue but I managed to deadlift 300kg today.

Video moved to the "Official Race To 300kg Deadlift Thread".
» Dinnie Stone Replicas (Go to post)13-09-2014 @ 11:13 
Post Edited: 13.09.2014 @ 11:13 AM by Pete
Wiegieboard said:Loving these replicas! So cool!


Yeah, I reckon they're pretty cool too. I bought them from David Horne quite a while ago.
» Dinnie Stone Replicas (Go to post)13-09-2014 @ 09:49 
hifilover said:Strong Happy

Have you attempted to walk with them yet?


Thanks, mate. I've not really attempted to walk with them though.
» Dinnie Stone Replicas (Go to post)13-09-2014 @ 09:43 
Thanks, Millsy! Despite not posting very often, I've continued to put together a good run of training and it seems to be paying off.
» Dinnie Stone Replicas (Go to post)13-09-2014 @ 04:36 
The front pin is loaded to 190kg and the back pin totals 150kg.




243kg

» No promises but I'll give this a go! (Go to post)13-09-2014 @ 04:18 
Part of today's 'warm-up':

» No promises but I'll give this a go! (Go to post)13-09-2014 @ 03:50 
I've not attempted these replicas for quite a while but I was quite pleased with this lift. The front pin is loaded to 190kg and the back pin totals 150kg. I now need a holiday so that I attempt the actual Dinnie Stones.

» Paul Savage training log (Go to post)07-09-2014 @ 09:30 
AMH_Power said:Paul, long levers make a bigger deadlift than being short...

Also add me to the list of people that would love to see you 240 front squat. At the minute, the only strength I can relate to is your grip which is impressive. However, ive not seen anything else from you to indicate you are any closer to your goal. A 240 front squat is a pretty big deal if you ask me, i think you should just silence all thw doubters.

I know you have a bad foot, but the loads you handle in work dont seem worse, and as much as i want to believe you can do it, i know we will never see it


I think that video evidence of, let's say, a 220 kg front squat (to depth) would silence most of the doubters.
» Paul Savage training log (Go to post)05-09-2014 @ 10:41 
PaulSavage said:Not sure when i can next train yet.


Isn't each day at work, in effect, a full-day of event training? Confused
» Paul Savage training log (Go to post)05-09-2014 @ 06:32 
If Sugden is at 'death's door', this log must be regarded as its life support machine.
» WSM ANORAK QUESTION (Go to post)13-08-2014 @ 21:08 
Glenn Ross - 5

I could be wrong!
» No promises but I'll give this a go! (Go to post)20-07-2014 @ 21:34 
Post Edited: 20.07.2014 @ 21:39 PM by Pete
Sparrow said:
Get it logged then!Wink


Maybe Wink

Sparrow said:
Beard looks awesome!


Thanks, Millsy Happy

Sparrow said:
Strong pressing Pete, I bet you're well pleased with that? How are the jerks going?


Cheers, as I said, it was a goal for (probably) too long but now that it's ticked off I'm chuffed to bits - I still want to get much stronger though. I've hugely improved my strict pressing too but I've not done much split jerking recently.

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