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Discussion in 'Training Logs' started by MatterOverMind, May 8, 2017.
Well done sir! Love that movie
Loling hard about the American Psycho reference and imagining posters reading that who have not watched the movie.
I LOL'd at myself once I knew. I did think the post was a bit bizarre with how passionate @MatterOverMind seemed about Phil Collins.
I'm fairly sure you won't regret doing so.
It's one of those movies where you have to pay a decent amount of attention, though.
2)People who join too late to be picked can be held as a Reserve. If a Team loses a member to injury etc, they can draft one of the Reserves to take their place.
So I have this, the meet video is terrible but ten pounds less than the one I'm going to post (though ever since i got the iPhone it seems to mess these things up).
Wonder how fat I'll have to get to get closer to 650. Still shedding the lard from this pull. Down to 230. Think 220 is about right for me
We factoring in weight at all?
Nice pull. I'll add you to the list.
No, bodyweight is not a factor.
Because of the potential for abuse (low gainers dropping out to boost the team's average), I propose that we allow a penalty-free withdrawal until August 1st. You can drop out and your team will just have one fewer person in their final average. But, after August 1st, there is no dropping out. Your team will just have to absorb your low or non-existent improvement.
Yeah if a guy improves by five pounds the first week and then drops out, he's counted for five pounds for the whole competition, unless there's an alternate to fill in. That allows the team to recruit alternates and guys on standby to play. August 1st sounds like a reasonable cutoff.
Am I too late to get in this mug?
No, sir. I've added you to the list. Just post a video of your starting 1rm by June 5th and you're good to go.
My old PR:
Sorry, but that was hitched.
Yeah, the strength was there, but that would definitely get red lights at a meet. Just clean it up a bit, brah.
Alright, I'll try to shoot another video before our deadline, without the hitching. It's been ages since I've watched that video, and these are definitely not beautiful lifts. Damn.
So you will find it easy to improve on that then *slow claps
So you're accusing me of sandbagging?
Fucked up my grip and had to reset. I know this would disqualify a PR during the comp, but is it OK for a starting max?
And yes, I know my technique is fuck-ugly. That's one reason I wanted to enter this comp. I need the practice.