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» manchester/ sugden (Go to post)18-11-2009 @ 13:30 
I didn't get a mention. Weak training is still training.
» manchester/ sugden (Go to post)18-11-2009 @ 13:21 
» The SMALL Workout log. (Go to post)30-09-2009 @ 11:21 
f**k your lifts are flying up!! youv not been buying from the 'sugden catalog' have you!!!? Eek

cant wait to get back trainin with you guys
» Ironworks III (Go to post)29-09-2009 @ 14:50 
Cheers guys I will order them now then. Student loan is fading fast.
» Ironworks III (Go to post)29-09-2009 @ 13:18 
Absolutely. Cant let you get too far ahead now can I!!?
» Ironworks III (Go to post)29-09-2009 @ 13:01 
Thinking of getting a pair. Do I need them in a half size larger than normal? I read they were tight. Or is that the point? and they are suposed to be tight.

» The Thread of Hate (Go to post)16-03-2009 @ 23:47 
When theres one person on the bench and I ask politely to join in and the person actually thinks about it!! Its a rhetorical question, Of course im joining in!

One guy actually pulled a face and made a tutting noise, I couldnt believe it so I said is that ok then? He said, 'oh man, dis gonna be a long ting now!! (almost certain he wasn't from Jamaica) Unbelievable rude prick.
» Anyone got medical insurance? (Go to post)16-03-2009 @ 23:15 
When I was a bit younger I used to get health insurance just from having a part time job at Mc Donalds!!
» How much extra do people get from equipment (Go to post)02-03-2009 @ 22:55 
Alex are you joking?
» 10yr old girl bench Arnold Classic (Go to post)02-03-2009 @ 22:44 
'If' it is damaging though it doesn't really matter if she enjoys it or wants to do it. At that age she doesnt know whats best for her.
» SAS guy (Go to post)19-02-2009 @ 10:32 
I was looking at this fitness book by an ex SAS training instructor type guy the other day. Pretty interesting in parts, his advanced weights programmes are heavy singles and doubles based which was nice to see however he did state a preference for using the smith machine.
Any way im opening up a sensitive issue again but he doesnt mention anything about the infamous deload. He said he had only ever needed a rest from over training twice in his life.

The first time was when he was training for the SAS selection process, he writes that he would run 10 miles to the swimming pool, swim 1 mile, Run the 10 miles home again, then cyle 15-16 miles after!!
Every day for 3 months!!!!!!!!Eek Eek Close to a marathon a day!!!
Now this is pretty hard to believe even though I want to believe its true. If it is true then it adds to the debate of wether you really need a deload.

So Bull s**t or what?

P.s. He doesnt mention how much he can clean or how far he can triple jump.
» Hello all from newbie (Go to post)19-02-2009 @ 09:58 
» Favourite alcoholic drink!? (Go to post)11-01-2009 @ 22:17 
I like cheeky vimto and also drinkin quite a bit of Amaretto and coke recently.
» Gyms in stockport (Go to post)06-01-2009 @ 15:25 
That is very close and only 10 mins on the train from piccadilly!
» Zhang Guozheng this is it. (Go to post)04-01-2009 @ 21:35 
Making wieght by vomitting just before lifting?!! crazy


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