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» deadlift suit for sale (Go to post)15-05-2016 @ 17:44

velcro straps strengthshop deadlift suit. size medium.

message me if you want to do a buy it now offer
» Which barbell? (Go to post)04-04-2016 @ 09:32

anyone tried it? spec sounds too good for the price
» Loompaland powerlifting and quick lifts (Go to post)02-04-2016 @ 16:08 
hip/back has been a nightmare. havent trained in a week.
today did some kettlebell work to try and ease things up
kettlebell swings
20kg x 5, 5 each arm
32kg x 5,5 each arm.

clean and press
20kg x 1+1 each arm
32kg x 1+1 each arm

pistol squat
20kg x 1 each leg

nothing to much. hips don't feel100% still but hope another week of easy training before embarking back on texas method template but squatting high bar anddoing two days a week of kettlebell accessory work
» Which Fed is best for a drug free lifter ? (Go to post)26-03-2016 @ 14:24 
Benvie said:
Would his pants have given any sort of advantage?
I get why there are rules in place to standardise equipment. It's just things like this that seem like they are taking things a bit too far. Similarly with t-shirts with the wrong logo on and that sort of thing.

I always thought this rule was there simply to make it easier for tefs to ensure someones not got equipped briefs on undet singlet/suit
» WSM 2016? (Go to post)25-03-2016 @ 12:13 
wasnt terry coming nack from a long lay off at the Brits. he knows which shows he was aiming to peak for and Brits was about qualification no?
» Which Fed is best for a drug free lifter ? (Go to post)23-03-2016 @ 23:22 
for a masters lifter BDFPA has a lot of positives

*able to compete in single lift events on any lift
*masters classes are in five year brackets as opposed to ten years

GBPF has the more competitive level of competition. BDFPA is probably the most drug tested but both follow the same ethos but as BDFPA arent as bound by WADA they can sanction more stringent rules.

GBPF allows you to compete elsewhere with only minor restrictions. BDFPA you can only compete with GBPF or IAWA and stay a member.

pick one enjoy your lifting
» Loompaland powerlifting and quick lifts (Go to post)23-03-2016 @ 10:52 
right hip felt a bit off this morning. long day at work so an abbreviated session with squats
close grip bench
bar x 10
60kg x 5
85kg x 10, 10, 7 - no spotter so stopped once teps slowed

kettlebel TGU
12kg x 1 each arm
20kg x 1 each arm

1HSW kettlebell 10 minute block
24kg x 6,6,6,6,6,6,6,6,6,6,6,6,6,6,6,6,6,6,6,6 - 120 reps in ten minutes.

pull ups
bw x 11,11

need to get quicker on the one handed swings as otherwise as the reps increase I wont get any rest between swapping arms
» Loompaland powerlifting and quick lifts (Go to post)21-03-2016 @ 10:34 
early morning session before work.
kettlebell swings - get ups
12kg x 10 + 1 each side

squats high bar
bar x 5
60kg x 5
100kg x 1
130kg x 10,10,10

cleans from blocks
60kg x 3
70kg x 2
80kg x 2
90kg x 5,5

jerk rack lockouts
60kg x 1
80kg x 1
100kg x 5

single arm kettlebell swings alternating each set 10 mins
24kg x 5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5 - 100 swings in 10 minutes
slowly build 24kg up to 200 swings in ten minutes then do the same with 32kgs - hamstrings felt it

plan on doing 2 x5 on mondays and 1 x 3 on fridays for block cleans - positionings are so much better!!!

squats were still relatively easy
» Brian Shaw calls out Savickas on FB (Go to post)16-03-2016 @ 13:03 
FAT_SAM said:Loz only did 370 in a full PL meet. Going from straps to mixed grip twists the pelvis off the floor. You lose a lot. It's not a grip issue.

should have hook gripped it then Wink
» Brian Shaw calls out Savickas on FB (Go to post)16-03-2016 @ 09:07 
FAT_SAM said:Lol Shaw fans! I just think it's funny that a couple of recreational lifters are stronger in the gym than your idol!

You must all see what I mean when I say Z has more raw power though. It is STRONGman afterall not technique athletic man Wink

in some lifts Z is clearly more powerful/stronger. but anyone who can put a 300lb dumbell overhead several times is not weak - in essence you point to shaws strength as a weakness. Could easily say Z has a weakness in his technique is weak/wrong - the person who has the best combination wins.

this point is clear in Z winning the ASC - he was one of the weakest Deadlifters but his strength and technique across the board allowed him to win.
» Brian Shaw calls out Savickas on FB (Go to post)16-03-2016 @ 06:46 
FAT_SAM said:Said it before and I'll say it again... Stick myself, Donnie and Shaw in a competition on pure strict shoulder power (seated barbell) and Shaw would come last and that's with 60-70kg extra bodyweight too. The dude is athletic as f**k and technically proficient. But he can't actually press s**t!

Dumbell isn't a test of shoulder strength. Something is wrong when a dude that can't strict press 400lbs does 300lbs one handed. Just look how Z did the dumbell... Pure power. Z deserved the win overall. Everyone knows I am a Hall fan and support British Strongmen all the way but Z once again proved he is the best here.

never thought strongman was a test of pure static strength - isnt that powerlifting? best strongman would be combination of all strength related biomotor abilities no?
» Loompaland powerlifting and quick lifts (Go to post)14-03-2016 @ 19:09 
first session back in around a week and a half.
kettlebell get ups
8kg x 1 each arm
12kg x 1 each arm
20kg x 1 each arm - felt this in my hips

kettlebell swings
12kg x 10
20kg x 10

single arms swings
20kg x 5 each arm

high bar squats
bar x 5
60kg x 5
100kg x 3
120kg x 10,10,10

cleans from blocks
60kg x 5,5,5,5

jerk lockouts
60kg x 1
80kg x 1
100kg x 1

get ups kicked my arse - shows how one dimensional i have become!
high bar squats for higher reps were yuck

jerk lockouts were fun. bar at catching height in rack. split to get under it then stand - want to get up to 140kg on these by the end of the next six weeks.
not exactly what I planned and will hit more hypertrophy type stuff on wednesday. aim is to do squats with same weight and volume each session 3 x week and nudge up 10kg each week. hope to hit 180kg x 10 by end of six/seven weeks.
» 2016 Arnold Strongman Competitors? (Go to post)08-03-2016 @ 16:08 
Mikeneto said:
Well no...
Eddie pulled 460..Brian has one lift left..466 would mean Eddie does 467-468 which he probably would have pulled. 475kg means Ed has to pull around 477-478kg to win.

whilst his the record holder I dont know if he has more in him thanwhat he pulled on that set up. a few extra kilos might have made him miss his lift
» 2016 Arnold Strongman Competitors? (Go to post)08-03-2016 @ 13:51 
Mikeneto said:
He overestimated. He didn't want to be battling out at the 480's for second when he can pull 450 for 2nd and save for the rest of the comp.
Looking back 475 would have won him the deadlift + WR + the Arnolds.

sirely 466 would have? whats the rules at arnolds for weight on the bar and changing lifts as the comp runs?
» 2016 Arnold Strongman Competitors? (Go to post)06-03-2016 @ 17:07 
isn't this just an injury and nothing to do with his deadlift. he just happens to be fortunate that the tricep injury still allows him to deadlift heavy.

he injured his tricep a while ago and with a comp which has two heavy pressing events his going to end up pulling out


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