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given that most natty guys (and gals) will have a look at this...

what sort of stats have you achieved from training natty?

im 5 10

82kg and sittin around 13ish % BF

bench 122.5kg

squat 195 kq

deadlift 200kg

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Mine are not really a good representation of myself or commitment but still.

5ft 8

13.5 stone

Bench 80kg

Squat 110kg

Deadlift 90kg

Just started training again after 6/7 years out after breaking my back. Finally getting my strength back and loving it.

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given that most natty guys (and gals) will have a look at this...

what sort of stats have you achieved from training natty?

im 5 10

82kg and sittin around 13ish % BF

bench 122.5kg

squat 195 kq

deadlift 200kg

200 kg deadlift at 13 stone is impressive

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Would this thread be more relative if the stats where from x to x in x time? Also taking into consideration how long you have been training?

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Would this thread be more relative if the stats where from x to x in x time? Also taking into consideration how long you have been training?

Relative to what? I am just curious

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Relative to what? I am just curious

It would make the stats people put up relative by way of seeing the progress people have made in x amount of time. Otherwise it does not make any difference as to wether they are natural or not, as they are just random numbers. And also, it factors in 'beginners gains' !

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age-22 next mounth

6.3 foot

weight-100kg

traing 4 years had 1.5 years off been back on since july last year

bench=100kg set of 10 d/b 44kg set of 8 train on my own so cant do 1 rep max

squat=100kg set of 10

bentover row 100kg set of 12

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It would make the stats people put up relative by way of seeing the progress people have made in x amount of time. Otherwise it does not make any difference as to wether they are natural or not, as they are just random numbers. And also, it factors in 'beginners gains' !

of course it makes a difference if the guys and girls are natural!

take a second to think...

i created the thread for my information, so in terms or relevance; it is relevant to me :)

do you train natty or use aas?

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given that most natty guys (and gals) will have a look at this...

what sort of stats have you achieved from training natty?

im 5 10

82kg and sittin around 13ish % BF

bench 122.5kg

squat 195 kq

deadlift 200kg

You ask what sort of stats have been achieved - yes?

Well to achieve is to reach or attain a desired objective, level or result. To 'reach' this place you have to start at another place. Thus to show the actual achievement, one must provide the beginning point for it to become relevant. And this is the natural section, so, one is going to be presenting 'relative' to natural, results!

of course it makes a difference if the guys and girls are natural!

take a second to think...

i created the thread for my information, so in terms or relevance; it is relevant to me :)

do you train natty or use aas?

Take a second to think? Are you implying, by some phenomena, I typed without the use of my brain?

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Originally Posted by scottmac

given that most natty guys (and gals) will have a look at this...

what sort of stats have you achieved from training natty?

im 5 10

82kg and sittin around 13ish % BF

bench 122.5kg

squat 195 kq

deadlift 200kg

You ask what sort of stats have been achieved - yes?

Well to achieve is to reach or attain a desired objective, level or result. To 'reach' this place you have to start at another place. Thus to show the actual achievement, one must provide the beginning point for it to become relevant. And this is the natural section, so, one is going to be presenting 'relative' to natural, results!

Originally Posted by scottmac

of course it makes a difference if the guys and girls are natural!

take a second to think...

i created the thread for my information, so in terms or relevance; it is relevant to me

do you train natty or use aas?

Take a second to think? Are you implying, by some phenomena, I typed without the use of my brain?

im not going to get in to a debate with a cyber hero, im happy you can use a dictionary tho.

if using your own definition, about start points, finishing points and reaching places....

when i deadlift the weight STARTS on the floor and finishes when the movement is completed. Thus having 'reached' a goal.

thanks :)

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given that most natty guys (and gals) will have a look at this...

what sort of stats have you achieved from training natty?

im 5 10

82kg and sittin around 13ish % BF

bench 122.5kg

squat 195 kq

deadlift 200kg

im not going to get in to a debate with a cyber hero, im happy you can use a dictionary tho.

if using your own definition, about start points, finishing points and reaching places....

when i deadlift the weight STARTS on the floor and finishes when the movement is completed. Thus having 'reached' a goal.

thanks :)

Do you even understand English? Your start point (In context) would be the weight you started lifting, and the achievement would be the weight you are know lifting, as an natural! This would make a relevant 'stat' and show actual achievement!

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Do you even understand English? Your start point (In context) would be the weight you started lifting, and the achievement would be the weight you are know lifting, as an natural! This would make a relevant 'stat' and show actual achievement!

ah man! cheers for pointing out my lack of understanding, maybe thats where we are going wrong!

this is getting very boring very quick. The reason for me starting the thread is do see a ratio between the three lifts. Not to show improvement.

Make of it what you will I asked the question to extract information I needed.

So i guess we can just agree to not agree.

Age 29

Height 5ft 7

Quads 26"

Calves 17"

Chest 48"

Arms 17"

Lifts crap right now due to a few injuries lol

I like this! much more 'relevant' to BBing

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Age 23

5 foot 9

Currently bang on 13 stone (182lbs or 82.5kg)

Deadlift 240kg, beltless, strapless, done at 77kg

Decline bench 140kgx2reps

I dont free weight squat becuase it doesnt help me get bigger thighs...i leg press and smith squat so point in putting weight lifted up

OHP - 100kgx2 reps (i think)

Bodyweight pullups - 40 reps in 1min 43 seconds...the reason why i put this is because its a fun test to do...you guys should try it :)

Edited by hsmann87

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Bench 80kg

Squat 110kg

Deadlift 90kg

Just started training again after 6/7 years out after breaking my back. Finally getting my strength back and loving it.

Well done on the rehab!

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Age 23

5 foot 9

Currently bang on 13 stone (182lbs or 82.5kg)

Deadlift 240kg, beltless, strapless, done at 77kg

Decline bench 140kgx2reps

I dont free weight squat becuase it doesnt help me get bigger thighs...i leg press and smith squat so point in putting weight lifted up

OHP - 100kgx2 reps (i think)

Bodyweight pullups - 40 reps in 1min 43 seconds...the reason why i put this is because its a fun test to do...you guys should try it :)

What about chins? I can only do about 10 of each atm, love em :D

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