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Re: Work in progress

Postby Talyn » Thu Dec 08, 2011 8:50 pm

Thursday, 8/12

Squats
5 x 60kg, 3 x 80kg, 2 x 90kg
8 x 102.5kg
5x1 x 112.5kg

Bench
5 x 40kg, 3 x 50kg
5 x 60kg
5 x 65kg
5x1 x 70kg

DB fly: 3x8
Leg extensions: 3x10
Tri extensions: 65 reps over 3 sets
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Re: Work in progress

Postby Talyn » Sat Dec 10, 2011 3:43 pm

Saturday, 10/12

Deadlifts
10 x 60kg, 5 x 100kg
3 x 120kg
2x3 x 140kg

Chins: 10, 7, 7
Good mornings: 3x5 x 50kg
DB rows: 3x8
Abs: various
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Re: Work in progress

Postby Lordmuppet » Mon Dec 12, 2011 11:00 am

Talyn wrote:
Rach wrote:Wow, more belated congratulations :D Brilliant performance you must be made up!


Lordmuppet wrote:belated congratulations on the comp!!


Cheers! :mrgreen:

Lordmuppet wrote:that Deadlift is qualification standard for nationals surely

how about the others?

are you planning on going to nationals in whatever federation this is?


There are no national standards for single lifts other than bench. Qualification is driven by your three-lift total. Of which I am unfortunately nowhere near at the moment.


before i forget. The federations up here in Scotland list individual qualification lifts as well as a total. I think this is for those who want to compete at single lift nationals (which they hold). Anyway yours is just within national qualification deadlift for all three i think.
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Re: Work in progress

Postby Talyn » Mon Dec 12, 2011 10:20 pm

Lordmuppet wrote:before i forget. The federations up here in Scotland list individual qualification lifts as well as a total. I think this is for those who want to compete at single lift nationals (which they hold). Anyway yours is just within national qualification deadlift for all three i think.


Thanks. Will be useful if I ever move to Scotland!
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Re: Work in progress

Postby Talyn » Mon Dec 12, 2011 10:30 pm

Monday, 12/12

Squats
5 x 50kg, 5 x 70kg, 3 x 85kg, 2 x 95kg
10 x 105kg
5x1 x 115kg

Bench
5 x 40kg, 3 x 50kg, 2 x 60kg
3x5 x 65kg

Pushups: 6 x 12
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Re: Work in progress

Postby chewybaws » Tue Dec 13, 2011 9:45 am

Talyn wrote:Squats
10 x 105kg


That is some nice squatting!
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Re: Work in progress

Postby Talyn » Tue Dec 13, 2011 8:18 pm

chewybaws wrote:
Talyn wrote:Squats
10 x 105kg


That is some nice squatting!


Thanks! :mrgreen:


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Tuesday, 13/12

Deficit deadlifts: ~2 inch, 4 mats
10 x 60kg
5 x 80kg
5x5 x 100kg

Chins
5 x bw
4 x bw +10kg
3 x bw +10kg
3 x bw +10kg
3 x bw +10kg

Machine rows: 2x10 x 25kg, 10 x 30kg
Seated calf raises, 25 x 40kg, 30 x 60kg
Dips: 8, 8, 8
Abs: various
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Re: Work in progress

Postby Lordmuppet » Tue Dec 13, 2011 11:31 pm

Talyn wrote:
Lordmuppet wrote:before i forget. The federations up here in Scotland list individual qualification lifts as well as a total. I think this is for those who want to compete at single lift nationals (which they hold). Anyway yours is just within national qualification deadlift for all three i think.


Thanks. Will be useful if I ever move to Scotland!


went to double check it. Found one which http://www.bdfpa.co.uk/qualifying/british.pdf they have the amount you need to lift for the 67.5kg unequipped deadlift at 165kg to compete in the British Nationals.

the very similarly (but totally distinct) federation named gbpf http://www.gbpf.org.uk/Competitions/qualifyingTotals.aspx seems to only list totals for qualifications.

I'm hoping to hit the 165kg next year and nationals would be fun so will probably look for a bdfpa event (my other lifts aren't close to qualifying for a total)
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Re: Work in progress

Postby chewybaws » Wed Dec 14, 2011 9:46 am

BDFPA have a completely different set of records for single lift and full power. So if you were to compete just in deadlift you'd only get a single lift deadlift record, not the deadlift in the full power. This is my understanding anyway, and it's stupid. Because there's so few people doing single lift that it isn't really competitive at all. BDFPA have really low standards all across the board and too many weight and age classes.

I'm not sure the full story about it up here but GBPF haven't been too good to their Scottish members I hear so their comps have been really quiet. I bought a membership beginning of this year and the first comp was cancelled due to not enough lifters. It's the only gateway to IPF competition though.
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Re: Work in progress

Postby Talyn » Wed Dec 14, 2011 10:35 am

chewybaws wrote:BDFPA have a completely different set of records for single lift and full power. So if you were to compete just in deadlift you'd only get a single lift deadlift record, not the deadlift in the full power. This is my understanding anyway, and it's stupid. Because there's so few people doing single lift that it isn't really competitive at all. BDFPA have really low standards all across the board and too many weight and age classes.

I'm not sure the full story about it up here but GBPF haven't been too good to their Scottish members I hear so their comps have been really quiet. I bought a membership beginning of this year and the first comp was cancelled due to not enough lifters. It's the only gateway to IPF competition though.


From what I can tell, GBPF is quite popular in London & the South East, and in NE England, but not really anywhere else. BDFPA covers most other areas. This is a shame, because it seems like it's only politics that has created a difference. Both offer raw/equipped, and both are tested.

I am not sure if BDFPA is affiliated with IPF, but then unless you are good enough to lift at a national or continental standard, this probably doesn't really matter that much. Probably the best thing GBPF have done is take on the new IPF weight/age classes and also increased the qualifying totals. It helps to keep the national competitions & records for people that are actually posting great numbers.
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Re: Work in progress

Postby Talyn » Thu Dec 15, 2011 8:07 pm

Thursday, 15/12

Squats
2x5 x 60kg, 3 x 80kg, 2 x 95kg
10 x 107.5kg
5x1 x 117.5kg

OH press
10 x 20kg, 5 x 30kg
7 x 40kg
6 x 35kg
10 x 30kg

Leg extensions: 3x10
Lying barbell rows: 10 x 40kg, 2x10 x 50kg
Hypers: 15, 15, 20
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Re: Work in progress

Postby Talyn » Sat Dec 17, 2011 3:01 pm

Saturday, 17/12

Deadlifts
2x10 x 60kg, 5 x 100kg
3 x 120kg
3 x 140kg
5x1 x 150kg

Good mornings: 3x5 x 50kg
Chins: 10, 7, 6
Machine rows: 3x10 x 30kg
Abs: various
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Re: Work in progress

Postby Talyn » Mon Dec 19, 2011 8:06 pm

Monday, 19/12

Squats
5 x 60kg, 3 x 80kg, 2 x 100kg
7 x 110kg
5x1 x 120kg

DB bench
10 x 15kg
10 x 17kg
10 x 17kg
7 x 17kg
7 x 17kg
5 x 17kg
5 x 17kg

Dips: 10, 5
Decline situps: 15, 15, 15
Tri extensions: 3x20 x 15kg
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Re: Work in progress

Postby Talyn » Tue Dec 20, 2011 8:14 pm

Tuesday, 20/12

Deadlifts
2x8 x 70kg, 5 x 90kg
2x3 x 110kg
3 x 130kg
2x2 x 140kg

Good mornings: 3x5 x 50kg
Lat pulldowns: 3x10 x 35kg
Seated row: 3x10 x 25kg
Upright row: 10 x 20kg, 2x10 x 25kg
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Re: Work in progress

Postby baldy » Tue Dec 20, 2011 8:21 pm

Are you on the start of new training program? Deadlifts look light with decent volume, they must be flying up.
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