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Postby JP » Sun Apr 19, 2009 2:47 pm

OLYMPIC SPORTS GYM

About 20 strongmen decended on this poor place leaving behind damage and destruction. Fucking mental session really - so many things happening all the time around us. At times felt like a spectator and was difficult to keep on doing your thing. Took about 4 hours :D

Great day though, great crew, impressive gutsy stuff from the newcomers, and the good old beasts never disappoint with 300+ dead
lifts, 175 and 200kg stone loaded to all kinds of heights, 380 yoke, tyre being flipped like a pancake and so on.

My stuff:

Deadlift
5x70
3x120
2x170
1x200
1x220 - dare i say easy?

Log
rubbish work with the log today. The Shame.

Tyre
1 flip
6 flips - tough, but great overall work.

112kg suitcase farmers for 20m and 3 flips with the tyre - set of the day, over the moon about this because it closely imitates the first event at the comp i am training towards. Looks doable now. The Hope.

Stones
loaded 90, 120 and 140 stone to 49-50ish inch. Tendon giving some grief afterwards, but i have to start pushing it a bit.

Started nailing cissus supplement couple days back, seems like solid evidence for tendon recovery behind it.

Upwards and onwards!
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Postby KaliBaby » Sun Apr 19, 2009 3:34 pm

[quote="JP"]1x220 - dare i say easy?

:shock: ... how heavy was the tyre?
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Postby JP » Tue Apr 21, 2009 7:28 pm

[quote="KaliBaby"]
how heavy was the tyre?


who knows, folk say it should be 360kg but tyres are all different. Some 400kg ones are really hard, some easy, depending on the width, grip and all kinds of factors :D

heres the beauty though:

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and the tyre is next to him.

(kev is quite short tho, so it looks massive there :lol: )

SUGDEN CENTRE

quick warmup with the cross trainer

power jerk fromm racks
loads with the bar
5x40
3x60
2x80
1x90
1x100 - ok this is now getting easy, time to up the game

front squat
5x60
5x100
5x120

YOGA! was pretty tough, spine was bent, twisted, abused, pulled, lenghtened, wanked, turned, flipped and yanked. Its all good.

Big likelyhood that no training tmr due to a work trip to York, which means a big session on thursday.
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Postby JP » Thu Apr 23, 2009 8:10 pm

big session didnt materialise, but some work was put in nevertheless.

Trained with lovely .flux who pulled a piss easy 80kg first time deadlifting in years, and was working clean and push press technique with 22.5kg. A nice dinner at a local vegetarian indian place followed.

OLYMPIC SPORTS GYM

power clean and jerk
bar x few
5x60
3x60
1x80
1x80
1x90
1x100
then thought of giving 102 a shot but didnt have the head in it.

front squat
5x60
5x100
3x120
3x130

fin.
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Postby Clem Snide » Thu Apr 23, 2009 8:16 pm

[quote="JP"] A nice dinner at a local vegetarian indian place followed.


Where's that? :?:

By the way, I'm concerned that you're having your spine wanked at yoga sessions. I propose your log be moved to the members' only section...
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Postby Crash » Thu Apr 23, 2009 8:19 pm

Strong squatting JP! 8)
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Postby JohnV » Thu Apr 23, 2009 10:59 pm

You continue to inspire me. Thank you.
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Postby patvirt » Fri Apr 24, 2009 12:46 am

Nice training mate.
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Postby JP » Sat Apr 25, 2009 2:54 pm

Thanks folks, appreciate it :D

[quote="Clem Snide"][quote="JP"] A nice dinner at a local vegetarian indian place followed.


Where's that? :?:


In ashton mate, Lilys - lovely south indian food!

Nice little session today at The Dungeon. Only Traps and The Englands Strongest Cricketer present.

DUNGEON

IFSA log
3x70
3x70
3x80
1x90
1x95
f,f x 100
6x80

shit, but thats how the cookie crumbles at the moment.

Rack deadlifts, knee height
5x110
3x150
3x190
1x220
1x240
1x260
1x280
1x300

more in there, maybe 301 or 302kg on a good day.

Deadlift (normal)
5x110
3x150
2x180
2x180
2x180

incline log press "testing the water"
5x70
8x70
6x80
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Postby Clem Snide » Sat Apr 25, 2009 8:16 pm

[quote="JP"]
[quote="Clem Snide"][quote="JP"] A nice dinner at a local vegetarian indian place followed.


Where's that? :?:


In ashton mate, Lilys - lovely south indian food!


Sounds amazing, I'll be sure to check it out when I'm back in town.

Training looking mighty good again.
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Postby stateofflux » Sat Apr 25, 2009 9:09 pm

[quote="Clem Snide"][quote="JP"]
[quote="Clem Snide"][quote="JP"] A nice dinner at a local vegetarian indian place followed.


Where's that? :?:


In ashton mate, Lilys - lovely south indian food!


Sounds amazing, I'll be sure to check it out when I'm back in town.


Lily's is great, and they are very clear about what is vegan as they have many vegan customers apparently, and Jains and Sikh's with their various dietary requirements.

It's simple South Indian food, IMO much nicer than the Pakistani, Bengali and Kashmiri style cuisine that is the norm here.

Lily's, 75-83 Oldham Road, Ashton-Under-Lyne, OL6 7DF
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Postby Clem Snide » Sat Apr 25, 2009 9:29 pm

^Thanks .flux, I'll be there. I am gasping for a good curry out here.

I am with you on the South Indian food by the way, it is sadly under-represented in English restaurants. I like it all though - Coriander in Chorlton does great Bengali food in particular, and does lots of vegan stuff.

But I'm sure JP the reformed bulker does not want to see curry all over his training log...
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Postby emm7 » Sat Apr 25, 2009 11:01 pm

[quote]YOGA! was pretty tough, spine was bent, twisted, abused, pulled, lenghtened, wanked, turned, flipped and yanked. Its all good.


JP you filthy Masochist :shock: :lol:

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Postby JP » Mon Apr 27, 2009 7:43 pm

cheers :D

Trained today with kdog and .flux, solid short session.

OLYMPIC SPORTS GYM

Front squats
5x60
5x90
3x110
1x130
1x140
1x145
2x150
3x135

Sandbag work, 80kg

deceptively heavy and difficult to handle, need to find the most suitable technique to shoulder it fast.

shouldered it 5-7 times, loaded it to platforms, walked around with it. Then one 75m walk with the bear hug grip for conditioning.

Vertical jumps
at least 6 sets of 3-5 reps to increasing height, solid.
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Postby JP » Tue Apr 28, 2009 7:14 pm

SUGDEN CENTRE

cross trainer warm up

Power jerk from rack
few x loads x bar
5x40
4x60
3x80
1x90
1x100
1x105
3x90

progress.

1hr yoga, solid shoulder stretching.

left shoulder feeling a bit suboptimal, might skip pressing on thursday and leave it till sunday.
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