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» where do you sit on the political compass? (Go to post)13-09-2020 @ 15:44

Says left libertarian. Not sure tbh thinking I'm slowly edging more right with age.
» Europe's strongest man (Go to post)13-09-2020 @ 15:35 
Is this viewable in any format? I've watched Liz's review but no footage would be good to see it, even clips.
» Impressive social media lifts (Go to post)13-09-2020 @ 15:33 
LessThanLuke said:
Thanks man. Getting closer to 455kg!

That's amazing. Aren't you sub-120kg?
» Xmas WSM 2019 (Go to post)11-01-2020 @ 12:26 
Boar said:Hixxy declined his invitation I believe , not sure if this is because after 4 or 5 appearences , WSM is a bit of a chore or he fancied a bit of powerlifting

thanks. He works full time too so I bet time is difficult to get off work too.
» Xmas WSM 2019 (Go to post)04-01-2020 @ 09:04 
I enjoyed the competition. Licis was a likeable winner.

Does Hicks not do WSM anymore? And has Paul Smith stopped competing?

Hopefully see Brunning there next year.
» Anyone know of gyms with power stairs? (Go to post)04-08-2019 @ 11:44 
Stockys in Lincolnshire, some distance but in case you're ever passing and need them!
» Why strength train? (Go to post)04-08-2019 @ 11:12 
I've had a similar journey. Career change and injury drove my changes. Always kept training but maintenance rather than PBs and so on. Trying to get back to strong again is difficult, I squeeze in three sessions a week and just try to ensure I work hard while I am there. There are people in the gym training 6 days a week and spending twice as long at the gym, I wouldn't necessarily say they are using their time better they just have more of it (time). I have found I put more into my training with limited time as I do not have the luxury of faffing about. It was always a social thing as much as anything for me so putting the mindset of it just being purely training was a shift for me.

And I keep telling myself I will compete in strongman again to dangle the carrot of working towards something.
» Sugden information hub? (Go to post)04-08-2019 @ 11:03 
I still enjoy reading the posts, learnt a lot from reading Paul Smith and a few others' logs too. I hope it continues in some form.
» Sugden information hub? (Go to post)03-08-2019 @ 09:24 
do people still keep training logs etc on here?
» is this a good standard? (Go to post)23-12-2018 @ 17:46 
Excellent lifting for such a young person
» 265kg deadlift PB (Go to post)09-11-2018 @ 20:30 
excellent lift well done
» Atlas stones (Go to post)09-11-2018 @ 20:28 
thanks have just responded
» Atlas stones (Go to post)08-11-2018 @ 16:39 
Hi, my friend Ashton might be, om me your number and I will ask him to call you.
» Eddie Hall on 'The Chase' tonight (Go to post)30-10-2018 @ 22:30 
Good on him, I hope he is getting paid well for the TV stuff, he's given enough to the sport in terms of competition.

He was a bit rubbish at The Chase but was good to see him on it.
» First Man Film, Did The USA Go To The Moon ? (Go to post)22-10-2018 @ 23:52 
I am admittedly a cynical soul but do not think there is any chance that the moon landing actually happened. To me it was merely a Cold War visual oneupmanship. Although this view is born of me watching 5 minutes of a documentary once...


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