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» The Things Training (Go to post)04-07-2007 @ 12:22 
Originally posted by mishima...
Good effort on the fronties and push/press mate, impressing.
I'm sure youll get 190KG/200KG soon. Could possibly have nailed it there if warm up was different, i guess.
Why waiting a month btw?

have a comp here in shetland so will do it after this as i will be focusig on the events more! then i have a 4 week run and holiday for a week so i will get some max's done in that 4 week run up after the comp
» Front squats (Go to post)04-07-2007 @ 09:26 
Originally posted by sivvy1...
gonna be giving them a go today

make sure you get them as tight as possible to your neck and resting on the back of your front delt. video it and we can see how you get on we them
» Front squats (Go to post)04-07-2007 @ 08:51 
Originally posted by little_a...
Originally posted by Thing...
Originally posted by little_a...
Top tip boys. dont do heavy fronts if you're going on a first date. The bruises look like love bites and you'll never get laid.


use a towel around the bar as padding and hay presto no bruisesGrin

Towel round the bar increases diameter and makes it harder to keep elbows up. Bruised clavs are a small price to pay, especially as I dont plan on going on any first dates anytime soonWink

lol
» The Things Training (Go to post)04-07-2007 @ 07:50 
Originally posted by Joni...
Originally posted by Boar...
LOL, when he says 'work' it might be used in the broadest possible sense i.e goes there and hides for 8 hrs a day Tongue


couldnt have said it better myself Grin

And i am still one of the most productive people, lol!


I work in the IT side of things, with servers and frameworks.


so you play computer games and surf the net most days then????Wink
» The Things Training (Go to post)04-07-2007 @ 07:49 
Originally posted by Boar...
LOL, when he says 'work' it might be used in the broadest possible sense i.e goes there and hides for 8 hrs a day Tongue

hard luck on the frontie thing, thay are one tough lift !!


cheers boar the 200 will fall in the next couple of months that is for sure
» The Things Training (Go to post)03-07-2007 @ 21:15 
Post Edited: 03.07.2007 @ 21:16 PM
Originally posted by Joni...
how did the 200 front fail? No hope? Would 190 have gone you think?

190 definetly the 200 rolled forward a wee bit plus i didn't switch on will leave it a month and try again this is going to fall!!!! did realize you worked at a uni what do you do??
» The Things Training (Go to post)03-07-2007 @ 20:18 
3/7/7

decline situps x 40
side bends 30kg d/b x 20 each sude

front squat
60kg x 8
100kg x 3
100kg x 3
140kg x 3
160kg x 3
180kg x 1
200kg x f
140kg x 4

push press
60kg x 8
80kg x 8
100kg x 3
120kg x 3

over extended side laterials
12kg x 8 for 3 sets

rear flys d/b's
15kg x 8 for 3 sets 1 min rest

supermans
10kg x 6
10kg x 5

hyper extensions 12 reps
» Front squats (Go to post)03-07-2007 @ 15:24 
Originally posted by little_a...
Top tip boys. dont do heavy fronts if you're going on a first date. The bruises look like love bites and you'll never get laid.


use a towel around the bar as padding and hay presto no bruisesGrin
» Front squats (Go to post)03-07-2007 @ 11:24 
Originally posted by IainKendrick...
Its a great exercise. I personally don't do em as I havn't the flexiblity to perform them in the clean position and the arms crossed way knackers my shoulder, and hence impacts my benching.

Shame as I would do them regulary as a quad movement to supplement my squat training.

try doing them with your arms out stretched instead
» Front squats (Go to post)03-07-2007 @ 08:05 
add them in to your routine, great to develope your bottom phase of the squat movement
» Favourite TV Programmes (Go to post)02-07-2007 @ 11:31 
FAMILYY GUY, ANYTHING NARRATED BY DAVID ATINGBURGH (SPELLING) FUTURAMA, DEADLIEST CATCH, MYTHBUSTERS, ESPN CLASSICS FOR THE STRONGMAN
» The Things Training (Go to post)02-07-2007 @ 08:36 
nope no tape no tacky just skin and sometimes a little blood. if you keep going with the stones with bare arms and no tacky your fore arms will be sore for the first few times but it will toughen up and you will no notice it anymore.
» The Things Training (Go to post)01-07-2007 @ 21:56 
1/7/7

events
yoke
260kg x 26m 1 drop to turn
260kg x 26m 1 drop to turn
280kg x 26m 1 drop to turn
300kg x 26m 1 drop to turn
320kg x 26m 1 drop to turn
its a real pain in the arse having to drop it and turn.

tyre flip
400+ x 4
400+ x 4
400+ x 5

stones to shoulders
100kg x 2
120kg x 1
120kg x 1
120kg x 1
120kg x 1
130kg x 1
140kg lapped
130kg x 1
need to inprove the stones twice a week from now on
» How Much Upper Back Work Do You Do? (Go to post)29-06-2007 @ 13:45 
Well i include shrugs, cable rows pulldowns to chest and behind the neck, and then event training helps with upper back strength aswell, but i don;t know if im right or not but would w thicker upper back give a good foundation to help you squats and deadlfit???

and adding upper back movement into your routine wouldn't really hurt would it???
» The Things Training (Go to post)29-06-2007 @ 08:12 
28 / 06 / 07

incline ME 80 degree bench
60kg x 6
100kg x 4
120kg x 2
130kg x 2
140kg x 1
150kg x 1
160kg x 1
100kg x 10

speed squats to stacked plates parralel height, also no belt
140kg x 2 x 6 sets

cable rows
100kg x 10 x 3 sets

Push Downs
30kg x 7
40kg x 7
50kg x 7

skulls
40kg x 7 x 3 sets

tge cable rows and spped squats was done with minimal rest my sets training partners sets and so on fairly got
the heart going.

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