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» Cagedsteel is dead enther the junction gym (Go to post)07-08-2011 @ 21:55 
Post Edited: 07.08.2011 @ 21:58 PM by richardduce
It will be great to have a place this good only 10 mins from my house. Looking forward to training here.
» Gra_Bul - Trying to make the simplest of things look easier (Go to post)30-07-2011 @ 22:25 
Some very good work mate. The overheads look easy and yoke is strong as usual. Hopefully will be down Weds. Will ask the Mrs.
» Which log to buy? (Go to post)21-07-2011 @ 13:29 
Post Edited: 21.07.2011 @ 13:30 PM by richardduce
WILLSAN said:to me, the entry level log feels no different to press than a big one. and the bigger log may well be easy to press but having the lighter log gives you the flexibility to do high reps and volume. just my opinion but thats what id go for.

Agree with this. I have one of the shorter logs and it feel no different to lift than the bigger one and is easier to store. Plus there is the flexibility to do lighter warm ups.
» Best place to learn the olympic lifts (Go to post)03-07-2011 @ 18:56 
Plenty of Olympic clubs in Yorks. Bradford, Wakefield, Featherstone. Go on British weightlifting website for the list of clubs i think. I train at Wakey.
» Gra_Bul - Trying to make the simplest of things look easier (Go to post)29-06-2011 @ 22:00 
Excellent graft fella. I know you did all this, but on paper this is hell of a lot of work! And it was your idea to do the yoke relay and tyre reps after all that. Ace sesh, and thanks again.
» Gra_Bul - Trying to make the simplest of things look easier (Go to post)21-06-2011 @ 14:46 
Gra_Bul said:Cheers rich, Wednesday I'm hoping for a squat pb, after that up to you, I reckon yoke and farmers, then some loading?

Sounds good mate. I will do a bit of log whilst you are squatting then we will do the outside stuff. See you there.
» Gra_Bul - Trying to make the simplest of things look easier (Go to post)21-06-2011 @ 09:45 
Strong axle stuff mate. What do you have in mind for Weds?
» Britains Natural Strongest man 2011 NORTHERN QUALIFIER (Go to post)18-06-2011 @ 20:52 
Good work Graham B.
» Yorkshires Strongest Man 2011 Open and Novice (Go to post)07-05-2011 @ 15:11 
Looks fun but very sharp. Bet it is a swine to get up off the floor.
» Toe dipping into the wold of Strength training (Go to post)02-05-2011 @ 18:49 
Good to meet you yesterday Rodger. Just looked back at the medley on my camcorder and you were very fast. Well done.
» Fanny Fandango - Fat and Weak (Go to post)02-05-2011 @ 18:44 
That deadlift was very gutsy Travis. Good to meet you yesterday mate.
» General Training Log (Go to post)01-05-2011 @ 21:20 
Great effort and well deserved win fella. Thanks for the tacky borrow too!!!
» sam - my first journal (Go to post)01-05-2011 @ 21:17 
Well done today mate and good to meet you fella. Did you say you were doing the dragons?
» Yorkshires Strongest Man 2011 Open and Novice (Go to post)01-05-2011 @ 20:58 
Really enjoyed today and a huge thanks goes to Graham and his loaders who worked very hard indeed! Good to meet some of the regulars on here too. Plenty of notable performances from all.
» atlas stone tech advice (Go to post)05-02-2011 @ 23:39 
Post Edited: 05.02.2011 @ 23:44 PM by richardduce
Pompy said:yeah and me mate, everyone was clothed but lee wasnt there


Sorry fella. Dont do facebook and was looking at his naked stones avatar!! Very unclothed!! LOL!!

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