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About CrazyAlex8833

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  1. IQ test!

    Alex, Age: 32 Gender: male Country: UK Your IQ is: 127 Standard Deviation: 15 Percentile: 96.406973449% Rarity: 1/27.8 Your age adjusted IQ score is 127 and the average score for all test takers is 98.4. Your Grade ** Superior **
  2. IQ test!

    Try this one and the visual memory test. https://humanbenchmark.com/tests/verbal-memory
  3. IQ test!

    Most online tests are rubbish, the only ones worth doing are Ravens Matrices or the test on Psychologytoday.com.
  4. Road to 5 plates

    I got to a 250kg deadlift 8 years ago by using high frequency, but never went to failure and used low volume. I've aways trained my deadlift 2 or 3 times per week. Recent studies confirm this method as the most beneficial for strength gains, for example below. In conclusion, training a muscle 5x per week led to substantially greater muscle growth than training a muscle once or twice per week. Training a muscle at least twice per week is probably also beneficial for strength development. https://mennohenselmans.com/high-resistance-training-frequency-enhances-muscle-thickness-resistance-trained-men/
  5. Is this enough??

    Why not 4 times per week? Still hit every body part twice a week and is more optimal. Monday: Squats Deadlift Barbell row Pull ups Tuesday Bench press OHP Dumbell bench Dumbell OHP Thursday And then the same again on Thursday and friday, and switch exercises to different variations, now and then. Stick to the compounds and lift within the 70-80% rep range. simple.
  6. I'm not gay but.......

    But his physique is god like? I think every post on here seems to be about bumming or conspiracy.
  7. Advice on deadlift

    Concentrate on the 3-5 rep range and do atleast 2 deadlift sessions a week. Various studies have confirmed the beneficial nature of high frequency training but different methods work for different people.
  8. I'm not gay but.......

    I did not notice the size of his c0ck until someone mentioned on here but I would let him f**k me for the bragging rights. I guess if he was a tranny then more people here would be more interested?
  9. Road to 5 plates

    Doing more cleaning than lifting put me off and don't enjoy doing squats anyway. I think quite a few recent studies sugguest that high frequency is more effective for strength, one study in Norway concluded that even training lifts every day is more effective than low frequency but if you are happy with your current schedule and gaining well, then I guess there is no point in changing it.
  10. November 6th 2020

    I've heard of elite pedos wishing to enslave the human race and induce the satanic age but never heard of being bummed on the 6th of November.
  11. Road to 5 plates

    High frequency and low volume work best for me, I think deadlifting at around 70%-80% of 1rm 3 times per week is optimal for progress but I ain't squatting or benching since I'm training at home, for now.
  12. I'm not gay but.......

    Is this the perfect physique? I have spent the last hour researching this guy and I'm in love.
  13. Road to 5 plates

    I'm also aiming for 5 plates, drug free. How many times are you deadlifting per week?
  14. Using POF

    My ex-partner was getting like 20 messages on POF in like 10 minutes, my advice is to stay away. Too many women using filters and I feel like I've been pranked with the size of the women I've met from POF, one looked like a size 12-14 on pics and then in person was like 18 stone.
  15. 30 to 40 minute muscle gain routine?

    I prefer high frequency with low volume and it takes me like 20-40 minutes. Every other day or 3 times per week, obviously alternating between workout. Routine A Squats 5x5 or 4 x 6 Bench press 5 x 5 Barbell Row 5 x 5 etc Dumbell OHP 5x5 or 4 x 6 Barbell curl 3 x 8 Routine B Squats 5 x 5 Deadlift 3x3 or 5 x 5 Barbell OHP 5x5 Pullups 3 x 8 Dumbell bench 5 x 5