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» George Leeman 410x4 Deadlift (Go to post)01-07-2015 @ 18:26 
if he doesnt trian with a suit
he wont benefit from it in a competition
» GBPF banning (Go to post)01-07-2015 @ 18:23 
pretty naive comments again

anybody seen terry holland progress
muscle memory
yes
but why after stop such a decrease of strength when he obviously kept his bodyweight
even if we consider no training for months he should still be doing some basic strength feats
like 160-170 log, or 200 bench

i was pneumonia sick last year and no training for 3 months and benched 210 first time i came back to gym

i mean drugs have a huge impact much more than u think
» George Leeman 410x4 Deadlift (Go to post)01-07-2015 @ 14:55 
he pulls first rep very slow
430 max for him judjung by the speed of first rep
» GBPF banning (Go to post)01-07-2015 @ 14:54 
177 is not big add
much more is possible
» Lose fat and maintain strength (Go to post)26-06-2015 @ 23:38 
JamesH said:
I think how possible this is depends on:
1. What your current diet is like.
2. How you currently train.
3. Which strengths you would like to maintain.
If your diet is not great, your training is less than perfect and you aren't wholly fixated on bench and squat, you have some chance.


agree with everything
i can add genetics and age

bench and squat will suffer most from weight loss
dieting to keep muscles and loose fat natural is a full time job
try lowering calories slowly and give the body some time to adopt, and of course keep with the big weights

if want a good body for the pussies who gives a f**k how much u lift
pussy beats big weigts anytime
» Paul Savage training log (Go to post)26-06-2015 @ 23:15 
why is your training so alternative

i see no basic stuff
bench, incline, overhead, deadlifts, squats
» Lose fat and maintain strength (Go to post)26-06-2015 @ 23:08 
u know the answer
» George Leeman has a spot at Deadlift champs (Go to post)19-06-2015 @ 22:24 
why he wears belt like that
» George Leeman has a spot at Deadlift champs (Go to post)19-06-2015 @ 19:15 
Post Edited: 19.06.2015 @ 19:15 PM by donnie
bench press &rt;> deadlift
» George Leeman has a spot at Deadlift champs (Go to post)17-06-2015 @ 22:55 
ed hall has no competition in deadlift at moment
expect bolton second with 440
» 295kg dead press (Go to post)17-06-2015 @ 22:52 
LaTuta said:
Is he now weaker that somebody doing the same with long arms?


no
it just makes it less impressive

watch kaz, z, kiril, ed coan bench or overhead
they work with much longer range of motion

this guys bench or overhead looks like half lift
» 295kg dead press (Go to post)17-06-2015 @ 21:13 
PaulSavage said:
Yeah, 1000lb i give him benefit of the doubt but no doubt on the 900lb.
Yes his shoulder power is rediculous.


off topic
very short range and no lockout
this once again proves how far ahead are the best strongman overhead pressers

plus this guys bodyweight is enormous and arms are very short
» 295kg dead press (Go to post)16-06-2015 @ 16:18 
Post Edited: 16.06.2015 @ 16:29 PM by donnie
strong

200+ bodyweight maybe

for benchers who use no leg drive what is the difference between paused bench and dead press?
» Mo Farah's coach (Go to post)16-06-2015 @ 01:55 
Tom_Martin said:What a load of s**t this place is now :/ When did it turn into the "I can't do it clean, so no one can!" forum?

So many people watch Bigger Stronger Faster and became expert chemists and anti-doping officers.


i think this is the right direction of the forum

lets play with cards down
» Body builders after photos (Go to post)12-06-2015 @ 13:00 
judge nobody
salute nobody

but still
in strongman
Zydrunas Savickas competes 20 years top level
Bil Kazmaier stil alive in good shape many years

those are some monster PEDS resistant genetic freaks
both take steroids since teenagers

its pretty individual

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