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Re: Downhill to the British Masters

Postby ninearms » Wed Mar 21, 2012 7:34 am

Wednesday 21/03/12: AM

A) Back squats
60/5
90/5
120/5
125/5

B) RDL
60/5
100/5
130/5x2
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Re: Second strongest 85kg M35 lifter in the UK

Postby JP » Wed Mar 21, 2012 10:01 am

did you have many people lifting in your category by the way?

good to see back squats nailed on a regular basis!
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Re: Second strongest 85kg M35 lifter in the UK

Postby Konstantin » Wed Mar 21, 2012 10:07 am

Great result, well done!!
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Re: Second strongest 85kg M35 lifter in the UK

Postby ninearms » Wed Mar 21, 2012 10:57 am

JP wrote:did you have many people lifting in your category by the way?


Nope! Just the guy that won! There are hardly any M35 85kg lifters at the moment, and only 2 that qualified. Still, you can only beat those you lift against, and you can only lift against those that qualify.
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Re: Second strongest 85kg M35 lifter in the UK

Postby JP » Wed Mar 21, 2012 1:46 pm

absolutely!

never lifters fault if the numbers are thin. The guy above you is a realistic target to chase too.

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Re: Second strongest 85kg M35 lifter in the UK

Postby Talyn » Wed Mar 21, 2012 2:37 pm

agreed, solid work mate.

a lot of us have an obscure title that sounds impressive ;)

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Re: Second strongest 85kg M35 lifter in the UK

Postby ninearms » Wed Mar 21, 2012 9:14 pm

Wednesday 21/03/12: PM

A) Push press
40/5
50/5
60/5x2

B) Rollouts
50/10

C) Pushups
BW/30x2

Couple of sets of 20 fat bar curls to finish.
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Re: Second strongest 85kg M35 lifter in the UK

Postby Mellos » Thu Mar 22, 2012 5:04 pm

So what comp will come next?

- european bench and squat champion 2011
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@ 75 kg: SQ - 252,5 kg, SQ w/ Wraps - 267,5 kg, DL - 307,5 kg, Total (w/ and w/o Wraps) - 710
@ 82,5 kg: SQ - 275 kg, SQ w/ Wraps - 277,5 kg, Total (w/ and w/o Wraps) - 772,5 kg

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Re: Second strongest 85kg M35 lifter in the UK

Postby baldy » Thu Mar 22, 2012 5:16 pm

Curls looking good.
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Re: Second strongest 85kg M35 lifter in the UK

Postby ninearms » Thu Mar 22, 2012 8:25 pm

Mellos wrote:So what comp will come next?


Nothing until November probably, at least there's nothing on the BWL calendar until then unless I lift as a guest somewhere.
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Re: Second strongest 85kg M35 lifter in the UK

Postby ninearms » Thu Mar 22, 2012 8:27 pm

baldy wrote:Curls looking good.


Plan is to hammer the fat bar curls at the end of every session now. Couple of sets of 15-20 just to make me look jacked for half an hour.
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Re: Second strongest 85kg M35 lifter in the UK

Postby ninearms » Fri Mar 23, 2012 8:00 am

Friday 23/03/12: AM

A) Back squat
70/3
100/3
130/3x3

B) RDL
70/5
100/5
135/5x2
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Re: Second strongest 85kg M35 lifter in the UK

Postby sosso » Fri Mar 23, 2012 8:07 am

Are you enjoying training in your garage?
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Re: Second strongest 85kg M35 lifter in the UK

Postby ninearms » Fri Mar 23, 2012 8:23 am

sosso wrote:Are you enjoying training in your garage?


Yeah, at least most of the time. For squats, presses etc it's not really any different to when I was training in a gym or club as I trained those by myself 95% of the time anyway. For the snatch/C&J it's definitely different lifting by yourself with no one to trash talk you, especially when it's heavy, but hopefully the new program I'm putting together with go some way in countering that. Morning sessions are great though - get up, make some nice coffee, have breakfast, stick the radio on, quick in and out session with the radio on whilst drinking the aforementioned coffee. Not even planning my weights in the mornings, just go in with a rep/set scheme in mind and go by feel. No psyche up, no straining, just bang out the reps.
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Re: Second strongest 85kg M35 lifter in the UK

Postby ninearms » Sat Mar 24, 2012 8:10 am

Saturday 24/03/12: AM

Quick early morning session.

A) The Bear
40/didn't count

B) Pushups
BW/20x3

C) Band pull aparts
Red/20x2

Fat bar curls to finish again.
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