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» Scared (Go to post)10-07-2017 @ 16:01 
I regularly answer the front door in my boxers....

I just wish the postman would notice one of these days Unhappy
» Online coach (Go to post)09-07-2017 @ 21:26 
... Actually I made the assumption it was powerlifting, which it may not be!
» Online coach (Go to post)09-07-2017 @ 21:25 
Paul Reese from Bournemouth Barbell dose distance coaching. Plus you just down the road to actually meet and train there.

Online coaching- Marc Keys, Castiron strength. Based out of Edinburgh. A sugden member too Happy
» Which strongman, PL:er or OL:er would win a street fight without ... (Go to post)08-07-2017 @ 15:19 
Wayne_Cowdrey said:If I ever do battle with any of you guys at a railway station I'll be gently wrestling you to the ground, holding you there for long enough to prove dominance, helping you back up and then politely telling you that I might take things a little further in future.


Never heard anal rape presented in such a tender way!
» Which strongman, PL:er or OL:er would win a street fight without ... (Go to post)07-07-2017 @ 09:21 
Only pussies get in street fights. Normally they are too scared to handle themselves with dignity and pose.





Real men fight at national rail stations... whilst pissed on overpriced train booze. The top dogs in London!
» Bars, again... (Go to post)30-06-2017 @ 10:59 
JohnGym said:The TPB isn't IPF approved is it?


No. Not stiff enough tbh.
» Bars, again... (Go to post)30-06-2017 @ 10:58 
Rogue Ohio is a better bar than TPB. Definitely to Squat with, and bench if your a bencher. If you want to cheat on Deadlifts with a whippier bar then TPB is probably better Wink

As for durability they are good. Obviously they haven't been out long enough to test long term durability, but there is no reason to doubt it. I've seen them take some bad knocks and come out unscathed.
» Bars, again... (Go to post)26-06-2017 @ 16:08 
Rogue Ohio bar without a doubt. Used at the 'IPF' Arnold events
» IPF WORLDS - 120+ Cat (Go to post)26-06-2017 @ 11:18 
ChrisMcCarthy said:
I think they kinda just guessed. Happy


Lillebridge weigh in method lol
» IPF WORLDS - 120+ Cat (Go to post)26-06-2017 @ 09:22 
ChrisMcCarthy said:
About 184 IIRC - you've got a way to go yet. Happy
EDIT:
Williams - 181.22kg
Uepa - 184.81kg
Rast - 185.93kg
In the M1 James Brincatt-Smith was 189.87kg.
In the M2 Morozevich ws 201.00kg.


I heard the M2 guy above weighed over the scales range they first used.

From my vantage point Williams squats looked a little high.
» IPF WORLDS - 120+ Cat (Go to post)25-06-2017 @ 22:02 
KevC86 said:
Simply too fat to get in to position.


In part that his T-rex arms get a caught up at some point. Think this may feed into his grip issue?

However he can get into a solid enough start position and moves fine to start
» IPF WORLDS - 120+ Cat (Go to post)25-06-2017 @ 16:42 
matthewvc said:
Deadlift is such a killer for him - looks like an exercise in torture setting up to pull with his body shape


It's crazy how low his deads is..compared to his front Squat let along back Squat! Sure he's built to Squat but still. Assuming grip is an issue
» IPF WORLDS - 120+ Cat (Go to post)25-06-2017 @ 14:07 
Boar said:that woman must be related to someone very high up in the IPF

I get the impression she would let every 120+ lifter plough her one after the other


She got pretty hot for 105s and 120s!I find her funny...well I laugh at the stupid things she says lol
» IPF WORLDS - 120+ Cat (Go to post)25-06-2017 @ 14:05 
ChrisMcCarthy said:Better lift for Williams.

Can understand why Ueppa gets soft knees.


His left knee does appear unlocked.
» The Whos Lifting Where Thread (Go to post)22-06-2017 @ 22:14 
scruffmcbuff said:
Deal. Bring Connor.
Your a busy Boy Iain.
Forgot to mention doing the charity push pull In december at central fitness birmingham


I'd like to do more comps per year tbh 3-4. Plus always up for lifting a beer and pulling a punch at a national rail station.

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