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Vegan Strength Table 2006

Postby Jonathan » Tue Jan 10, 2006 8:10 pm

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Men

Weight Squat Bench Dead Total Name
1 88kg 238.6 143.2 252.3 633.1 Sensless
2 125kg 238.6 143.2 247.7 629.5 Veganessentials
3 102kg 200 165 220 585 Deckerz
4 110kg 212.5 130 227.5 570 JP
5 113.5kg 180 160 220 560 Muscle-Militia
6 120kg 160 137.5 225 522.5 Jonathan
7 66kg 179.1 120.2 213 512.3 VeganJosh
8 105kg 156.8 134 211.4 502.2 J
9 83kg 160 120 220 500 Spug Myers
10 109kg 156.5 115.7 206.4 478.6 Michael Hobson
11 115kg 145 138.5 190 473.5 Hannibal
12 100kg 155 117.5 195 467.5 Buzz
13 83.8kg 150 125 190 465 Daywalker
14 104kg 150 110 205 465 xJimx
15 80kg 147.5 113.4 192.8 453.7 Joe C
16 80kg 150 85 217.5 452.5 Oak
17 97.5kg 136 124.7 181.4 442.1 Silverback
18 83kg 150 126 150 426 Drummer Boy
19 No data 156.8 114.4 153.2 424.4 Keegan
20 105kg 150 120 150 420 SydneyVegan
21 104.5kg 143.2 104.5 172.2 419.9 Pelican Andrew
22 74kg 150 95 160 405 Estaphaum
23 79kg 140 105 156.8 401.8 V VII Hero
24 93.2kg 127.7 88.6 184.1 400.4 Tylerm
25 95kg 120 110 170 400 BJ
26 82kg 125 136.3 138.5 399.8 Bigbwii
27 73.3kg 138.6 125 120.5 384.1 Mikealangeo
28 70.5kg 120 90 170 380 JemmyDucks
29 86.4kg 125 102.3 143.2 370.5 Spencermonk
30 85kg 120 115 135 370 Kadett8
31 86kg 130 110 130 370 Blaz
32 74.3kg 184.1 0 185 369.1 Frank
33 95kg 126 98 145 369 Dee
34 75kg 111.4 95.6 161.3 368.3 Funfetus
35 90kg 115 112.5 140 367.5 Bronco
36 83kg 125 85 145 355 Ironman D
37 89.5kg 120 87.5 145.5 353 Hardcore Iv
38 104.8kg 90 107.5 155 352.5 GenTduke
39 75kg 105 85 135 325 California Star
40 72kg 105 68 150 323 Wobbly Lifter
41 82kg 105 77.5 140 322.5 Albin
42 77kg 100 88.5 127 315.5 Brandon VEGANMAN Luedke
43 73kg 107.5 67.5 130 305 Hoff
44 85kg 102.5 72.5 122.5 297.5 Anton
45 No data 102.3 68.2 125 295.5 DougP
46 79kg 113.6 54.6 127.3 295.5 Tempehmma
47 82kg 79 84 120 283 Willpeavy
48 63kg 85 57.5 137.5 280 Skinny Whippet
49 67kg 65 60 110 235 Raz
50 70kg 82 64 77 223 DaveNoisy
51 87kg 55 62.5 80 197.5 Graeme
52 63kg 50 55 70 175 Big Elmo
53 60kg 37 52 72 161 Lelle
54 85kg 0 67 0 67 regulator watts

Women

Weight Squat Bench Dead Total Name
1 61kg 106.6 54.4 115 276 Crystal
2 64kg 100 50 122.5 272.7 Vectoranalysisgo
3 65kg 72.5 55 120 247.5 Fruitbat
4 54kg 70 45 115 230 LittleGirlBunny
5 66kg 65 40 120 225 Kathryn
6 70kg 77.3 59.1 86.4 222.8 ReneCarol25
7 72.3kg 75 45.5 84.1 204.6 Formica Linoleum
8 80kg 80 50 60 190 Mary
9 59kg 60 42.5 85 187.5 Spacorama
10 55kg 61.5 38.6 80 181.1 Dianski
11 60kg 42.5 35 89 166.5 Rochelle
12 66kg 60 42.5 62.5 165 Ultraflora
13 63kg 32.5 32.5 75 140 K
14 95kg 40 40 50 130 Su
15 76.3kg 32.8 29.5 61.3 123.6 JO
16 No data 35 37.5 50 122.5 K-oz
17 49kg 42 35 38 115 Mad
18 76kg 0 105 0 105 Suk1978
19 88.8kg 20.5 30 35.5 86 Vegchassy

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Postby Jonathan » Tue Jan 10, 2006 8:11 pm

Order below not updated for a while and might not reflect the true order - JP

Wilks
Male (in order): Sensless, VeganJosh, VeganEssentials, MuscleMilitia, Daywalker, JP, J, Oak, Jonathan, JoeC, Oak, Daniel, V VII Hero, Estaphuam, Michaelhobson, Mikealangeo, Silverback, Frank, Funfetus, Buzz, Kadett8, Tylerm, Blaz, BJ, Ironman d, GenTDuke, Brandon, Dee, daviddenton, Willpeavy, DaveNoisy, Hannibal, Graeme

Female (in order): Crystal, Kathryn, Fruitbat, ReneCarol25, Spaceorama, Dianski, Rochelle, Mary, Mad, K, Jo,

Overall (in order): Sensless, VeganJosh, VeganEssentials, MuscleMilitia, Daywalker, JP, J, Jonathan, Crystal, JoeC, Oak, Daniel, V VII Hero, Estaphuam, Michaelhobson, Mikealangeo, Silverback, Frank, Funfetus, Buzz, Kadett8, Tylerm, Blaz, BJ, Ironman d, Kathryn, Fruitbat GenTDuke, ReneCarol25, Brandon, Dee, daviddenton, Spaceorama, Dianski, Rochelle, Marym Willpeavy, DaveNoisy, Hannibal, K, Graeme, Jo

Top 3 Squatters: .1st Sensless 2nd VeganJosh 3rd VeganEssentials
Top 3 Benchers: ..1st MustleMilitia2nd Sensless 3rd VeganJosh
Top 3 Deaders: ...1st VeganJosh 2nd Sensless 3rd veganessentials
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Postby Jonathan » Tue Jan 10, 2006 8:13 pm

This will be a great list if enough people contribute, it doesn’t matter how much you lift! It doesn’t matter how strong you are. Get yourself on the list and try and beat the person one up. If you’re at the top, try and remain there.
If your lifts improve I’ll update it.
Please post the maximum weight that you can lift in these three lifts, and I will add it to the table.

Bench press aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaTest of upper body strength
Squat aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaTest of lower body strength
DeadliftaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaTest of whole body strength

For a description of how to do these lifts, check these links

Squat
http://www.exrx.net/WeightExercises/Glu ... Squat.html
Bench press
http://www.exrx.net/WeightExercises/Pec ... Press.html
Dead lift
http://www.exrx.net/WeightExercises/Glu ... dlift.html

If you are interested in finding out your Wilk's co-efficient use the link below
http://www.usapowerlifting.com/liftersc ... ndex.shtml

Rules

1.Lifter must be vegan


2.The three lifts are based on RAW powerlifting rules. Therefore make sure squat is to at least parallel level, bench press bar touches the chest in the bottom position and that glutes stay on the bench and feet on the floor during the lift.


3.Equipment allowed
Chalk
Belt
Wrist wraps

Not allowed
Squat suits or bench shirts
Knee wraps
Lifting straps


4.Please state:
Sex
Weight
Amount lifted


5.Please state your 1 repetition max lift (1RM). If you don't know your 1RM you can either go and test it! or just state the maximum weight that you have lifted, even if you can do more than one rep.



Please take care when attempting these lifts, they will require a spotter.

Remember we are stronger than the average person. Just post the info and I’ll work everything out and add it to the table.

Jonathan (thankyou oak for the original text - i just copied and pasted!)
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Postby drummer boy » Tue Jan 10, 2006 8:19 pm

Weight 175 lb.
Squat 245 lb.
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Postby Jonathan » Tue Jan 10, 2006 8:20 pm

Right! We have the 2006 strength table! :D

Im really looking forward to see what kind of progress everyone is going to make this year.

Even if you dont think that your lifts are great, please post them - its not a competition! it does certainly help you improve your strength and fitness, having people to relate to who are on a similar level.

For 2006 i hope to see lots more people join up and post their numbers, and everyone improve in some way.

Good luck, and lets get things underway :D

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Postby Jonathan » Tue Jan 10, 2006 8:21 pm

solid squat there drummer boy - do you have numbers for bench and deadlift? judging by your massive overhead strength, im sure your bench is excellent :D

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Postby buzz » Tue Jan 10, 2006 8:28 pm

Up my bench to 102.5 from session last friday. More to come soon hopefully!

Question - do people, or should people count clips when posting totals? I don't want to be anal for the sake of 1/2 kilos but it does sometimes make the difference of a place on the table??
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Postby Jonathan » Tue Jan 10, 2006 8:35 pm

no i dont think so. it can be assumed that everyone uses clips so i think its not worth counting them.

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Postby buzz » Tue Jan 10, 2006 8:45 pm

Are most folk not using bulldog clips, which would be counted? Just curious, not throwing the dummy out (or trying to put 1.5kg on my total :) )
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Postby drummer boy » Tue Jan 10, 2006 8:48 pm

[quote="jonathan"] solid squat there drummer boy - do you have numbers for bench and deadlift?:D


I'm not really benching or DL'ing these days.

I was thinking might it not be a good idea to expand the table or have another table for other lifts, like Olympic lifts? I think there are a number of people on the board working on C+J's now, for instance.
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Postby Jonathan » Tue Jan 10, 2006 8:49 pm

i think that people usually count bulldog clamps, as they weigh a total of 5kg.

nah worries mate - i knew you werent having a paddy! its good to know where you stand :D

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Postby buzz » Tue Jan 10, 2006 8:54 pm

[quote="drummer boy"]I was thinking might it not be a good idea to expand the table or have another table for other lifts, like Olympic lifts? I think there are a number of people on the board working on C+J's now, for instance.


Not a table as such, but a thread for best olympic lifts http://www.veganfitness.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4617
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Postby Jonathan » Tue Jan 10, 2006 8:55 pm

right, brian and drummer boy ive updated your totals - nice work both of you :D

just getting the hang of editting it from within the post rather than dealing with excel. i think it should be fine, and quicker too. easy peasy :D

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Postby albin » Tue Jan 10, 2006 10:14 pm

This looks a lot like last year's table! :D

So I better add myself then to make it look like a new one.

BW: 79 kg
Bench: 70 kg
Squat: 70 kg
Deadlift: 110 kg
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Postby Jonathan » Tue Jan 10, 2006 11:00 pm

well done albin - so so much stronger than just a few months ago! :D

right, im going to update pretty much as soon as people post their new pbs so keep an eye on the table for yours!

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