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Re: Chewy's Powerlifting Log

Postby Orkje » Tue May 29, 2012 9:38 am

Great news! Seems like the ideal environment to improve your lifts!
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Re: Chewy's Powerlifting Log

Postby Mellos » Tue May 29, 2012 12:31 pm

Wow, sounds great!
Good job AND good training crew.
Current PBs:
195 kg SQ, 130 kg Bench, 245 kg DL, 200 kg SQ w/ wraps

Long Term Goals:
@ 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: Chewy's Powerlifting Log

Postby Adena » Tue May 29, 2012 6:30 pm

Hey, nice work! I'm happy for you.

But you need to quit this "cutting for the girls" nonsense and get back to bulking up. Pussy. :lol:
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Re: Chewy's Powerlifting Log

Postby chewybaws » Tue May 29, 2012 6:39 pm

Adena wrote:But you need to quit this "cutting for the girls" nonsense and get back to bulking up. Pussy. :lol:
Already been tanning extra tins of 18p kidney beans and protein shakes to accomodate for higher physical activity during the day.

On a serious note I'm already getting into a proper routine with my day now that I'll be working full time. Will be easy eating consistently now!
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Re: Chewy's Powerlifting Log

Postby Talyn » Tue May 29, 2012 8:47 pm

I see death shakes and high squats in your future.

Congrats on the new job :D
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Re: Chewy's Powerlifting Log

Postby Goob » Tue May 29, 2012 11:28 pm

chewybaws wrote:Just looking at this video I know I need to bulk up.


Couldn't agree more, looking skinny as me there :P
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Re: Chewy's Powerlifting Log

Postby chewybaws » Wed May 30, 2012 5:41 pm

Wed 30th May 2012
Bodyweight = 83.3kg

Front squat (no belt)
3x5x100kg

Pendlay rows
1x5x70kg
1x5x77.5kg

Speed pulls (with belt)
3x3x90kg (+doubled purple bands)

Pulls off blocks (just below knees, with belt)
1x3x180kg
1x3x200kg
1x3x217.5kg

Then after I got home;

Bench
5x5x65kg

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Re: Chewy's Powerlifting Log

Postby buzz » Wed May 30, 2012 5:51 pm

Bench after you got home = sweet! We talked about doing it, but forgot all about it. Next time.
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Re: Chewy's Powerlifting Log

Postby chewybaws » Wed May 30, 2012 6:04 pm

buzz wrote:Bench after you got home = sweet! We talked about doing it, but forgot all about it. Next time.
My joints weren't particularly happy with me right enough. Tried gunz after it but elbow felt dodgy...
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Re: Chewy's Powerlifting Log

Postby JP » Wed May 30, 2012 8:03 pm

good speed on the pulls man!
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Re: Chewy's Powerlifting Log

Postby chewybaws » Thu May 31, 2012 4:27 pm

Cheers :D

Some curls with a steel log today for the gunz
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Re: Chewy's Powerlifting Log

Postby Lordmuppet » Thu May 31, 2012 5:11 pm

chewybaws wrote:Cheers :D

Some curls with a steel log today for the gunz


congratulations, I think you found something worse than curling in the power rack ;)
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Re: Chewy's Powerlifting Log

Postby chewybaws » Fri Jun 01, 2012 4:04 pm

Lordmuppet wrote:
chewybaws wrote:Cheers :D

Some curls with a steel log today for the gunz


congratulations, I think you found something worse than curling in the power rack ;)
I tried hiding up the back of the warehouse when I was doing them but I was caught in the act.


Friday from now on will be strongman events day :D

Fri 1st June 2012
Bodyweight = 83.8kg

Log clean & push press
1x2x60kg
1x1x70kg
1x2x60kg
1x4x60kg
1x10x47.5kg

Then with a smaller diameter log
1x1x62.5kg

Yoke & Farmers walk Medley
120kg yoke, 55kg farmers (each hand), 20m distance
Run 1 - 26.47s
Run 2 - 22.38s

160kg yoke, 75kg farmers (each hand), 20m distance
Run 1 - 31.43s

Stones
To about 4ft (122cm) - guessing, didn't measure
2x1x80kg
1x1x100kg
1x1x120kg
1x3x100kg

First time doing log, yoke and stones (with the exception of when I cleaned a 70kgish log at OSG in Manchester and failed to press it). Log press was told I need to lean back more and not let my elbows drop. Made some reps very hard. But 70kg ain't too bad for me considering shitty overhead strength. Yoke was awkward as fuck, need to remember to get the balance + smaller steps at start, farmers was okay. Stones don't think they were too shabby for first attempt, 120kg. I have a fairly solid pendlay row, deadlift and front squat, and long arms and big hands. Stones could be one of my better events.
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Re: Chewy's Powerlifting Log

Postby Goob » Fri Jun 01, 2012 4:27 pm

chewybaws wrote:
Lordmuppet wrote:
chewybaws wrote:Cheers :D

Some curls with a steel log today for the gunz


congratulations, I think you found something worse than curling in the power rack ;)
I tried hiding up the back of the warehouse when I was doing them but I was caught in the act.


You got it all wrong there, it's log "cleans" and very important strongman training :mrgreen:
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Re: Chewy's Powerlifting Log

Postby chewybaws » Sat Jun 02, 2012 3:24 pm

Some bits and pieces from Friday's workout
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