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Age 29

Training on and off for ages, last 4years a bit more seriously, last 6 months more so!

5'7

85kg (losing atm)

Bench 110kg

Squat 140kg

Ohp 70kg

Deadlift 140kg (without straps)

Most lifts going up consistently, squat and deads up 30kg in the last 3 months, bench and

Ohp not so!

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Guest dan-cov-boxer

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 :)

Extremely impressive, especially the deadlifting, wow!

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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

Please see above in bold :)

Extremely impressive, especially the deadlifting, wow!

Cheers mate. Deadlift needs to get better though. 260kg. 6 plates per side. BOOM! lol

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Training time: 22 months

31 - 6'3" - 127kg (currently)

Squat: 227.5kg x1 / 205kg x5

Bench: 160kg x1 / 150kg x2

Deadlift:260kg x1 / 242.5kg x2

Standing Overhead Press (strict): 110kg x1 / 100kg x2

Neck: 18"

Chest: 50"

Leg: 30"

Arm: 19"

Forearm: 16"

Waist: 42"

Calf: 18"

Squat was achieved within a year, Deadlift achieved within 18 months, raw at a comp. Bench and Overhead Press PB's are recent.

Comp Deadlift

Recent Squat - 200kg x4

Standing Overhead Press - 100kg x2

Edited by littlesimon

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im 5 10

started at - now at

63-70kg and sittin around 15~20ish % BF

bench 55-85kg

squat 40-140 kq

deadlift 40-130kg

Small wrists and frame :P

Edited by BlitzAcez

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Age: 21

Training Seriously: 6 months

Height: 5'9

Weight: 81-82kg

BF%: 13-15 I guess

Bench: 100kg x 1

Squat: 100kg 5 x 5

Deadlift: 150kg 4 x 5

What I think I'm capable of right now with belt etc

Bench: 105kg x 1

Squat: 130-140kg x 1

Deadlift: 180-200kg x 1

These will all shoot up this year I'm determined!

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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 :)

You should give it a go with a belt sometime try increase it more!(not thats its not already big).

Pull up test sounds fun though I'd be screwed as I only just started doing them. Whats the idea see how long it takes you to do 40 pull ups?

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Nah. Belts are for pu55ies :lol:

If i use a belt i dont count the lift. The only time i every use a belt is for heavy shrugs and thats because my back is hurting and a bit weak if I have done deadlifts a few days prior.

Yeah see how long it takes to do 40 pullups. Each pullup must be a proper one. No hallf rep cheating. Take as long as you like. As much rest as you like. But you must remember that the clock is ticking :)

Watch this freak:

and this:

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good effort!

you sound like a machine!

Hehe cheers pal :) all natty in 1.5 year going on test for first time in july so we will see what it is then :)

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Well i'm gonna feel a clown doing this, but i'm on here for training. so...

5ft 8

9stone 5lb

Bench 50kg

Squat 100kg

Dead - no idea will update later :cursing:

Shrug 100kg on wheel barrow.

Curl 20kg

Peck Deck 30kg

Don't think its to bad, for someone who has never trained properly before.

Now i feel a cvnt.

Can't wait for a strength increase.

Gym tonight so bollocks to it, going in raging. :cursing:

Now iv'e written it out i can see my weaker points. :bounce:

Someone fancy winding me up? lol :whistling:

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Nah. Belts are for pu55ies :lol:

If i use a belt i dont count the lift. The only time i every use a belt is for heavy shrugs and thats because my back is hurting and a bit weak if I have done deadlifts a few days prior.

Yeah see how long it takes to do 40 pullups. Each pullup must be a proper one. No hallf rep cheating. Take as long as you like. As much rest as you like. But you must remember that the clock is ticking :)

Watch this freak:

and this:

I haven't tried a belt on deadlifts yet but I tried on the squat and it makes a big difference at the bottom of the lift. Allows you to drive up more with your legs!

BTW that Harry dude is super strong!

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age: 21

weight : 15 st 7

bf: no idea prob 10% or so.

bench - Done 160kg as my max before.

Deadlift - Not went max but done 200 for 5.

squat: don't squat now as my knees are wrecked.

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age: 21

weight : 15 st 7

bf: no idea prob 10% or so.

bench - Done 160kg as my max before.

Deadlift - Not went max but done 200 for 5.

squat: don't squat now as my knees are wrecked.

Those stats are very impressive for a nattie mate, how tall are you? If you're shortish at all 15 st 7 at 10% is

very good I think, your lifts are lifts are impressive too well done

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