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» Muff diving (Go to post)11-12-2009 @ 15:48 
Mon said: 2004 I joined a robbery squad at work. There my new 'line manager' was a tart called Karen and she was an absolute nob. Ugly, short, the sort of lazy eye that rolls around in circles when she takes her glasses off. Needless to say even I wouldn't lick it.

Anyway, I was filled with delight when I heard the TRUE story of why her nickname was BREVILLE (she didn't know why).
Turns out some copper pulled her when she was a probationer years ago before my time. In the process of getting some he went down on it and proceeded to open the lovely lady's labia with his two fingertips.

As he did so, he immediately saw white strings draped across from lip to lip. Restraning a gag and the urge to comment, he quickly went back to her head and shagged the muck.

Later when telling people about the incident he described the vision as being like 'OPENING UP A TOASTED CHEESE SANDWICH!' Hence the name...BREVILLE!


BLIRP!
» Muff diving (Go to post)09-12-2009 @ 14:38 
What if the muff has a little extra cheese on that taco?
» Which sport is king? (Go to post)09-12-2009 @ 00:03 
Carl said:hot lady: hey mr, you look big and strong, how much do you bench

moz: hey, i can bench 230kg, but thats using a bench shirt

hot lady: whats a bench shirt?

moz: well a bench shirt is a piece of supportive equipment...

Hot lady: sorry, i have to go over there





Hot lady: hey mr, you look big and strong, how much can u bench

Carl: 185, but im more into strongman

Hot lady: ooooh, is that where you pull trucks and lift up them balls??

Carl: yep, thats the one

Hot lady: so, can oyu pull a truck

Carl: easy peasy, can you lift up my balls

hot lady: ooh, yes ok you big brute of a man

Carl:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v670/suicidalttoast/4chan/GR...


Just gotta say lol at this post. Nice work.
» Which sport is king? (Go to post)09-12-2009 @ 00:02 
Although I train powerlifting. I choose strongman. It's a f**king brilliant sport.
» Wiegieboard gets his grunt on. (Go to post)08-12-2009 @ 23:12 
1pm It is! I'll see you there. I hope Bry can make it. When he tells me to lift heavier weights, it somehow works. He's done it a few times now. I don't even know my max deadlift haha so I'll be referring to him to tell me what to lift. I've not deadlifted in 2 weeks either :/
» Wiegieboard gets his grunt on. (Go to post)08-12-2009 @ 23:06 
Meeting at the gym would be great for me. I did a couple of sessions there back a couple of years ago. What time is best for you chaps?
» Wiegieboard gets his grunt on. (Go to post)08-12-2009 @ 22:58 
He did indeed do the triples afterwards. Told him to get another spotter haha. He then proceeded to take my front squat bar and warm down with it haha.

I'm looking forward to the liftoff dude. Are we all meeting up beforehand or anything so that we can sign in together?
» Wiegieboard gets his grunt on. (Go to post)08-12-2009 @ 21:45 
Plenty of rest has been taken lately and today I was working a technical fault as to get used to doing things properly. I had Bryan Coaching me. Today Bry did a 170x8 unequipped at 82kgs. I think that it was a new PB for him. He really went balls to the wall. Inspirational stuff.

Squats:

2x4/110
1x5/110

Front Squats:

2x5/90

Benchpress:

2x4/92.5

1x5/92.5

Barbell rows:

3x6/90

I felt pretty good today. Working my wider stance whilst squatting was a little unusual and I didn't feel quite so powerful but all but 1 of my reps was healthily within depth. I'm still having to sit right down on my hunkers to achieve it though. I'll need more coaching and technique work because there's still a problem.
» City full of crazies. (Go to post)04-12-2009 @ 00:42 
stainless said:
I used to get the Neilston train all the time,full of nice chatty pleasant people,except for one really anti social bloke with a beard who puts his feet up on the seats and growls at every body.
Tongue


Haha! If you got the Neilston line, you must know the torment of the last train home!
» Who do people say you look like? (Go to post)03-12-2009 @ 00:07 
f**kin' hell! Epic video! Totally awesome.
» Toby's training log (Go to post)02-12-2009 @ 21:09 
Post Edited: 02.12.2009 @ 21:10 PM by Wiegieboard
Another session and another PB! Good going dude. Your squats are improving at a frightening rate!
The lift off is approaching fast now.
» Who do people say you look like? (Go to post)02-12-2009 @ 20:57 
Who I look like is an ongoing debate with the world.

Justin timberlake,
Boy Goerge,
Quentin Tarentino,
Charles Bronson,
Wayne Rooney (most accurate)

Those are just a few of what I get.
» David Morgan, 1984 and 1988 Olympics (Go to post)02-12-2009 @ 00:34 
That was spectacular to watch.
» Bigger - Faster -Stronger 'Documentry' (Go to post)01-12-2009 @ 15:24 
Was a very interesting watch......think I'll stick to steak, mashed potatoes and a glass of milk though.
» Wiegieboard gets his grunt on. (Go to post)01-12-2009 @ 15:14 
Post Edited: 01.12.2009 @ 22:42 PM by Wiegieboard
OK so this now baldy weed is getting psyched up for the squats again today. I had a nice long sleep last night.

When I went to Perth I slipped off the wagon of no drink and polished off a bottle of Jack which seemed like a good idea at the time but was an idea I'm now not very proud of. The chap who I was making my way home with was also K.O.d until about mid afternoon so I never left early enough to make training. I was looking forward to my first week of 4s too.(Have decided to do 4s instead of 6s)

Since then I've been sleeping, resting and eating religiously, even going to the quiet room at lunchtimes in college to close my eyes for a little bit.

I'm looking forward to these squats. I'm going balls to the wall tonight!



22:18

The session was good.

Squats:

1x4/115kg
Only went to parallel on two of the reps


3x4/115kg
Using a slightly wider stance this time. When I squat just past shoulder width I'm resting on my hunkers only slightly below parallel. With my legs slightly wider than just past shoulder width, my bottom position is a good bit lower. On my last two sets I had to concentrate on using some aggression and not laugh because I was hit with that high sticking point again. Off the floor I'm feeling great now, almost like an elastic band, but at that high sticking point, I slow right down until I pass it. When I pass the sticking point I boing right up there to finish the squat. It's something I'll have to work on as I reckon it must be due to a fault in technique somewhere?

I had some great coaching from Bryan and Stevie tonight. They always get me doing things better every week and feeling comfortable seems to be so important for your concentration. I'm coming on. Slowly!, but progress is progress!

Benching was fun tonight.

Benchpress:

3x4/90kg
The bar feels so steady in my hands now. I've also found my foot position.

Barbell rows:

3x5/90kg
I went climbing a couple of days back so took it pretty easy with these badboys tonight.


All in all, I'm still learning how to squat a little safer every week and I know that I have a long way to go, but journeys are fun for me. I think hard about getting my 150kg squat one day which spurns me on even when I leave the centre for the night. I can't wait until the next week arrives as I'm determined to be as strong as you buggers one day.

Al, Bry and I were doing the same thing on Friday but he was in Inverness and I was in Perth. I actually called him at about 3am. He said I sounded like Mars Attacks. AK AK AK AKAK AAK AK!

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