[QUOTE=egyption grok;1129244]no seriously guys 180 kilos. im a pole vaulter so weight training is a priority:o[/QUOTE]
I think you are in the wrong sport.. you hold some unofficial world records
[QUOTE=slowcooker;1129259]I think you are in the wrong sport.. you hold some unofficial world records
I was just going to say, screw polevaulting, get into powerlifting or better yet weightlifting.
omg i am sooo sorry guys for giving u false info i just checked with my coach and its 130 kilos or 286 pounds, but omg that would still have gotten me first, under 56 kilos teenagers damn why didnt i know about this before. and i could have upped my workouts to suit powerlifting and would have probably got 160 kilos or so mabye ill look into it next year, but no harm done im still 3rd wolrd champion under 16 pole vaulting and i love the game:D
lel a 5'2 15 year old girl has better lifts than me
[QUOTE=egyption grok;1129172]how can he eat so much calories and not get fat, he mentioned his average was 5600, i know he workout 2 times a day, but i pole vault train everyday 1 day rest + cycling 10 miles one day a week _ and lots of slow movments
i also get in half an hour swimming 2 days a week:mad:i only take in 1800 a third of his calories y am i nt even losing any fat? anyone know the reason? and btw i play on an international level so my trainings arent bogious if thats wat u think[/QUOTE]
He trains like a maniac...
[QUOTE=Neckhammer;1129302]He trains like a maniac...[/QUOTE]
For really. Any proffesional fighter will probably spend a regular 8 hour work day training. On top of their workouts, they spend many hours just practicing fighting styles.