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» Sugden BB 12yo (Go to post)27-08-2018 @ 22:26 
It dosnt feel a year since the last bday thread!
» Natural strength potential (Go to post)12-08-2018 @ 00:51 
matthewvc said:
Are you talking equipped? The classic record in gbpf is 787.5kg at 93 (sion hughes)
800kg at any body weight natty+raw is a pretty big total - trained with a lot of ipfers and the vast majority fall in the high 400s lightest weights up to low 700s 110,125 guys.


Yes raw/classic. You've got to be on the right end of the 'bell curve' and training to be nailed etc(which few people can do), but certain think 800 odd is possible natural at 90ish.
» Natural strength potential (Go to post)11-08-2018 @ 22:45 
220/150/250 @100.

Yeah I'd say that was no probs for an average 100kg lifter drug free. I'd say the same at lighter bodyweights.
» Natural strength potential (Go to post)11-08-2018 @ 22:37 
I reckon in the 800s at 90-93. Obviously more as you go upwards from that weight.
» performance un-enhancing weather (Go to post)10-07-2018 @ 17:05 
Tbh not felt affected by the heat training wise. I fact nice to be in a place were peruse sweating is okay! My gyms temp isnt too bad tbh.
» New belt suggestions (Go to post)16-06-2018 @ 20:36 
Post Edited: 16.06.2018 @ 23:09 PM by IainKendrick
The SBD belt is brill! But depends on your budget. If I ever needed a new belt I would certainly get an SBDone.

My 10 year old inzer forever still has many years left! However if I had the spare cash I'd get an SBD one
» IPF classic world champs 2018 (Go to post)16-06-2018 @ 20:33 
Yeah both 83s and 93s were special. Only watched sporadically other flights, but plenty of good stuff.
» Tattoos, Beards and Barbells ? (Go to post)02-06-2018 @ 11:48 
Nice work Rick

Shaved head
Tats- including 90s tribal
Rock/metal

All 'check' for me Happy

Used to have a decent amount of piercings but think they all went prior to powerlifting. But nothing like bouncing a dumbell of your nipple hrs after you'd had it pierced 😂
» Drinking of the alcoholic kind (Go to post)12-05-2018 @ 22:33 
Rarely get drunk these days. Couple of drinks a week tops
» Tony Cliffe - Euro Champs... (Go to post)12-05-2018 @ 13:24 
Nice work from TC!
» Is eating healthy expensive? (Go to post)10-05-2018 @ 18:07 
Nimble said:
Depends on the population. There's a very big Japanese study (or meta, I'd have to look it up) that shows no correlation between fruit and vegetable consumption and cancer rates.
But even if you find a correlation, how do you prove that its the vegetable consumption is the cause of the lower cancer rates? You can't. People who eat more vegetables are also likely to eat "more healthily" in general, be more active, not smoke/drink to excess etc. etc. You can try to correct for those things but it's remains impossible to demonstrate that there is causation, rather than merely correlation.
Worse, as I mentioned before, most of what you see reported in the media on this subject appears to be p hacking. Whenever you see "X is correlated with [specific kind] of cancer", you should be suspicious. If I look for 20 different kinds of cancer and/or heart issue etc. and end up reporting one is significantly linked to eating red meat, for example, and P &rt; 0.05.. then actually I've just turned up what you'd expect from random results.
http://www.explainxkcd.com/wiki/images/3/3f/significant.png[/q...

Very good post. Just thinking about these studies brings me out in a 'control variable' rash!
» Is eating healthy expensive? (Go to post)09-05-2018 @ 17:31 
Post Edited: 09.05.2018 @ 17:32 PM by IainKendrick
ben66 said:Four of my 5 meals a day consist of oats, whey and olive oil. Whilst I accept that this is far from normal- it's cheap and calorie dense.


No oil, but otherwise similar I get +2000kcals a day for about 1
» Becca on BBC news beat and radio one (Go to post)06-05-2018 @ 16:11 
scruffmcbuff said:
Thats where we disagree. I dont think its good to be body positive if all you are is fat.
And just to clarify im not talking about becca im talking about the model. Becca trains bloody hard. And her size is a product of her goals, which i think is awesome.
Social media full of 30 stone women demanding that society stop saying its unhealthy can do one tho.


Agreed. Its a tough line. Culture needs to be both accepting of individuals and not reducing them to one dimensional characatures, but realising self destructive behavior isn't positive.

So being overweight dosnt make you a lesser human, and neither does it have to define you as a person. However it doesn't mean we have to praise that attribute and ignore the down sides.

That goes for a whole host of self destructive behavior!
» Becca on BBC news beat and radio one (Go to post)06-05-2018 @ 09:53 
If you have execcive mass (define how you will) you are negatively impacting your health, and increasing probability of diseases. Now exercising is clear a plus, but that dosnt change the above.

If people still want to be that mass then all power to them. They are making a potential sacrifice for something they have a passion for.

However let's not pretend that excessive mass, along with excessive body fat is 'healthy'
» Underwater Farmers (Go to post)03-05-2018 @ 21:37 
The mass of the load, and the weight, will remain the same

The resultant force is changed, as others have alluded to, due to buoyancy.

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