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  1. Finally back to training after even more inconsistency. My shoulder is feeling good and as long as i keep up with my shoulder rehab stuff it shouldn't cause to many issues. For the time being i will be working on trying to regain my strength and then if im strong enough i plan to return to competition next year.
  2. Hi Guys, Just a heads up. I am currently running a study on the Tapering Practices of Strongman Competitors. This research follows on from my other research on the sport (strongman training practices, injury epidemiology etc - my profile is on ResearchGate). I am looking to recruit competitive strongman athletes for this study so if you feel you meet this criteria it would be great to get your feedback on your tapering practices. This research will serve as a source of collective ideas and help inform practice regarding tapering for competition. If you are interested please email me: winwood.paul@yahoo.com and I will send you the survey link. Regards Paul
  3. To give a bit of a history of me. GPC European champion 2015 Open 125s. British record holder in the deadlift. Former squat British record holder. I've been diagnosed with sleep Apnea which has caused some issues with sleep deprivation which came to a head lately and I was blue lighted due to an anxiety attack where my throat closed up. Since diagnosis I've been able to deal mentally with the situation and will be moving forward from this point. Until I get my CPAP machine for sleeping I'm basically operating on little sleep and an oxygen deficit. It's fine now I am aware of this as I can plan around it to get sorted out. Due to some stresses my appetite was hit and I lost a couple of stone..but in fairness it's there to lose. Never been hugely fat but definate carried some. So my rebuild plan is simple. Drop more fat and focus on bodybuilding movements to target some weak areas and to allow some injuries to heal. After this point I will build my lifts back up again (clean) and once the oxygen issue is sorted get myself as fit as possible. I was up at around 135kg but with a decent amount of fat. This time I'm aiming for filling out the 125kg class with a much leaner and fitter physique and then go from there. I keep a video log as by day I'm a strength and conditiong coach with multiple World, European and British champions under my belt. Now it's time to turn the knowledge to me. Below is a link to my channel..please do subscribe as there will be educational content on there as well as my rants and training tips for power. I'll post below the first few vids of my new training style so you can if you can be arsed follow the training cycle.
  4. Ey up all! Wanted to do a bit of atlas stone training in me garage gym and was wondering if Alan Thralls method of using bar ends n bumper plates and getting a trestle table would be sufficient enough? Just looking to see if anyone else has done this. Cheers
  5. I will try to not overcomplicate things as I have a tendency to do and just keep training and postings as simple as possible. Training for powerlifting and strongman with a current emphasis on hypertrophy. Increasing volume at the moment and calories consumed to help with weight gain. Best lifts in competition in 60kg class: 157.5kg squat - all time 60kg UK raw squat record of any federation. 92.5kg bench 212.5kg deadlift. - Unofficial GPC World record. 462.5kg total. - Unofficial GPC World record. I have done two strongman competition's and came last or almost in last position. I appreciated I had a massive bodyweight disadvantage but did it for fun and experience. I was glad to complete most of the events though and becoming last is great as it provides motivation to improve. When I get upwards of 70kg then I will see about competing in strongman again and will powerlift in the meantime. I stopped caring about relative strength and just going for absolute strength. Currently approximately 62kg, 5'4" height. Including the last week's training below for a reference point. Thursday 21st July 2016 Morning training Paused Back Squats: 40kg x5. 60kg x5. 70kg x3. 80kg x3. 90kg x3. 100kg x3. 105kg x2. 110kg x2. 115kg x2. 117.5kg x1. 120kg x1. 122.5kg x1. 125kg x1. x1. 117.5kg x2. Walk out and hold: 140kg x1. 150kg x1. 155kg x1. 160kg x1. 165kg x1. Seated Good Mornings: 20kg x6. 25kg x6. 30kg x6. 32.5kg x6. Personal best 35kg x6. Personal best 37.5kg x6. Personal best Standing EZ bar triceps extensions: (bar weight excluded) Bar x10. 5kg x8 7.5kg x8. x8. 10kg x8. 12.5kg x5. 5. x5. Saturday 23rd July 2016 Evening training 50mm Axle Strict Press: 20kg x8. x8. 30kg x3. 37.5kg x3. 45kg x3. 50kg x3. 52.5kg x2. 55kg x1. 57.5kg x2. Personal best x2. x2. 42.5kg x8. x8. Tuesday 26th July 2016 Midday training Paused Back Squats: 40kg x5. 50kg x5. 60kg x5. 70kg x5. 80kg x3. 90kg x3. 100kg x3. 105kg x3. 110kg x2. 115kg x2. 120kg x2. 122.5kg x1. 125kg x1. 127.5kg x1. Personal best x1. 120kg x2. Walk out and hold: 142.5kg x1. 152.5kg x1. 160kg x1. 165kg x1. 167.5kg x1. 170kg x1. x1. Seated Good Mornings: 20kg x5. 25kg x5. 30kg x5. 35kg x3. 37.5kg x3. 40kg x3. Personal best x3. x3. x3. Decline Sit-Ups: Bodyweight x6. 4kg x5. 6kg x5. 8kg x5. 10kg x5. 14kg x3. 16kg x3. 18kg x3. 20kg x3. Evening training 50mm Axle Strict Press: 20kg x8. 30kg x5. 40kg x3. 45kg x3. 50kg x3. 52.5kg x1. 55kg x2. 57.5kg x3. Personal best x4 Personal best Thursday 28th July 2016 Midday training Standing EZ bar triceps extensions: (bar weight excluded) Bar x8. 5kg x8. x8. 7.5kg x8. x8. 10kg x8. x8. 12.5kg x8. 8. Incline Dumbbell Press: (height marker 6) 8kg x10. 12kg x8. 16kg x8. 20kg x8. 24kg x8. 26kg x8. 28kg x8. Cable Rope Pushdowns: 15kg x8. 20kg x8. 20kg & 5lbs x8. 25kg x8. x8. Cable Rope Upright Rows: 20kg x8. 25kg x8. 30kg x8. 30kg & 5lbs x8. 35kg x8. Cable V-bar Pushdowns: 25kg x8. 30kg x8. 35kg x8.
  6. Check out Laurence Shahlaei discussing his supplement use in the same week he won Europe's Strongest Man.