just bought 200 pounds

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  1. smellybandana White Belt

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    alrite this is the deal. i recently just moved out and got my own place wit my wife and quit the gym due to not being able to pay for the gym anymore. i recently just bought 200 pounds wit a barbell and curl bar at a garage sale just to get me started. i can do many excerises standing but i got no bench or squat rack at the moment so i'll mainly dealifting this light weight till i get more. does anyone have any ideas i can bench or squat safely at the moment? thxx
     
  2. Donut62 Black Belt

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    You know what never gets old? Threads about how to squat without a squat rack.
     
  3. Standard Too dumb to learn, too stubborn to quit

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    This also includes benching



    Floor press, and SOHP should be the meat and potatos of your pressing diet
     
  4. RA89 Orange Belt

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    Power clean it and front squat it.
     
  5. smellybandana White Belt

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    ya i'll most likely be doin front squats but first i need to buy 60 more kilos
     
  6. ronin0352 Lift, Eat, Sleep, Repeat

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    Do a search to come up with the thread on the same subject from like 2 days ago?

    Just an idea
     
  7. ronin0352 Lift, Eat, Sleep, Repeat

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    HERE
    I found it for you. Some good ideas in there. As for the pressing, what Standard said.
     
  8. smellybandana White Belt

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    well thx for the help dont have enough wait for normal deadlift so i'll be doin one handed deadlift on my sides
     
  9. Jake Martin Amateur Fighter

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    Tell me, how did your bandana get so smelly? And why don't you just wash it?
     
  10. Merrill Purple Belt

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    I had an idea on floor pressing. You could use automotive jack stands. You would have to be careful setting the bar back down on them because there is no backstop. I don't know if its ever been posted before. It seems like a good idea though. Some of them adjust pretty high.

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  11. Standard Too dumb to learn, too stubborn to quit

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    Merrill you're not the first to have that idea... the jacks can also work for poor man rack pulls
     
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    Shu up. Your AV is super scary.
     
  13. Oblivian Aging Platinum Member

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    Let me get this straight, you can only front squat if you have 330 lbs? How did you become such a beast and still have to ask the question you just asked? If you had a bench, you probably couldn't bench anyways without 200 more lbs.
     
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    the thread title made me think this would be a mail order bride review....
     
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    Somebody likes their Eastern European women on the larger side...
     
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    2 sets of Olympic boxes, one set at top position, 1 set at bottom position, or just build some heavy duty saw horses.
     

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