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  • #31
    Originally posted by Fernaldo View Post
    That should have been: There is nothing easy about lifting 1x2 times body weight... above your head!
    If we're including olympic lifts then it's not that hard. If you can do a wall handstand you can hold your bodyweight over your head, now you just need to use your legs to get it there.
    I didn't like the rules you gave me, so I made some of my own.

    Strong people are harder to kill than weak people, and more useful in general. - Mark Rippetoe

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    • #32
      5'9", 165lbs, just started lifting like this in late March, and I'm in love!
      Deadlift: 200lbs
      Squat: 165lbs
      Bench: 110lbs (Been stuck at 110 for a while, and it's difficult to accept that as a woman, this lift is going to be more challenging for me. Someday I'll get to bodyweight!)
      Gamer. Powerlifter. Trekkie. Yogi.

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      • #33
        More this week than last week.

        I use to be able to bench 2x my weight. That was pre ruptured pec tendon. Now I'm freaked out about putting more than 225 on the bar.

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        • #34
          5'7", 170-175 lbs, 27M

          Bench - 225 lbs (haven't been the same since I hurt my shoulder snowboarding)
          Squat - haven't tried over 315 lbs in a few years
          Deadlift - 425 lbs
          OH Press - 180 lbs

          *All 1RM
          "Most men stop when they begin to tire. Good men go until they think they will collapse. But the VERY BEST men know that the mind tires before the body and push themselves beyond all limits. Only when all of these limits have been shattered can the unattainable be reached." ~Dan Gable

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          • #35
            Originally posted by Invictus14 View Post
            5'7", 170-175 lbs, 27M

            Bench - 225 lbs (haven't been the same since I hurt my shoulder snowboarding)
            Squat - haven't tried over 315 lbs in a few years
            Deadlift - 425 lbs
            OH Press - 180 lbs

            *All 1RM
            Dan Gable is the MAN! Good quote.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Neckhammer View Post
              Dan Gable is the MAN! Good quote.
              Growing up wrestling makes it hard not to idolize that man.
              "Most men stop when they begin to tire. Good men go until they think they will collapse. But the VERY BEST men know that the mind tires before the body and push themselves beyond all limits. Only when all of these limits have been shattered can the unattainable be reached." ~Dan Gable

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              • #37
                Everything in kg I'm afraid (and I can't be bothered to convert):

                Deadlift 205
                Back Squat 165
                OH Press 92.5
                Bench 130

                And some sandbag stats:

                Clean and Press 90
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                • #38
                  Originally posted by Coach Palfrey View Post
                  Everything in kg I'm afraid (and I can't be bothered to convert):

                  Deadlift 205
                  Back Squat 165
                  OH Press 92.5
                  Bench 130

                  And some sandbag stats:

                  Clean and Press 90
                  Thanks for not converting them, actually. Those numbers would make me feel particularly small and weak.
                  The Champagne of Beards

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Coach Palfrey View Post
                    Everything in kg I'm afraid (and I can't be bothered to convert):

                    Deadlift 205
                    Back Squat 165
                    OH Press 92.5
                    Bench 130

                    And some sandbag stats:

                    Clean and Press 90
                    SOLID!! Good work mate. Just started 5/3/1 with the Boring but big template. I worked out my maxes last week, taking it slow and steady for now.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by Coach Palfrey View Post
                      Everything in kg I'm afraid (and I can't be bothered to convert):

                      Deadlift 205 455
                      Back Squat 165 365
                      OH Press 92.5 205
                      Bench 130 290

                      And some sandbag stats:

                      Clean and Press 90 200
                      lbs in bold, rough conversion by 2.2

                      For myself, 8 rep max numbers:

                      Full Back Squat : 345lbs (152.5 kg)
                      Bench : 295lbs (132.5 kg)
                      Deadlift : 415lbs (185 kg)
                      Last edited by federkeil; 06-28-2012, 08:20 AM.
                      I didn't like the rules you gave me, so I made some of my own.

                      Strong people are harder to kill than weak people, and more useful in general. - Mark Rippetoe

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by chronyx View Post
                        SOLID!! Good work mate. Just started 5/3/1 with the Boring but big template. I worked out my maxes last week, taking it slow and steady for now.
                        5/3/1 is an excellent programme if done right - good luck!
                        Sandbag Training For MMA & Combat Sports
                        Sandbag Training Guide on Kindle
                        The Complete Guide To Sandbag Training
                        Brute Force Sandbags
                        www.facebook.com/sandbagfitness
                        http://fitedia.com/ - Health and Fitness eBooks, video, audio and workshops

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by federkeil View Post
                          lbs in bold, rough conversion by 2.2

                          For myself, 8 rep max numbers:

                          Full Back Squat : 345lbs
                          Bench : 295lbs
                          Deadlift : 415lbs
                          Thank you for the conversions!
                          Sandbag Training For MMA & Combat Sports
                          Sandbag Training Guide on Kindle
                          The Complete Guide To Sandbag Training
                          Brute Force Sandbags
                          www.facebook.com/sandbagfitness
                          http://fitedia.com/ - Health and Fitness eBooks, video, audio and workshops

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