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Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by maori rule all, Mar 17, 2008.

  1. Old Man Black Belt

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    I just squatted 390 a +150 PR. Thank god I've got those squat problems ironed out. Update!
     
  2. BlondeWarrior Green Belt

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    *runs to go check*....

    EDIT: HORRAY! IT WAS UPDATED! Time to get some new raw totals... boo-ya!
     
  3. joshetc butthole hurts from teh gay

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    I just quoted his whole post, you have the most balanced lifts by a great margin of the 3 people he posted. Mr. Totality is rediculous, though.

    PS: You're stronger than me. Even your wilk's is like 30 higher than mine..jeez.
     
  4. maori rule all Blue Belt

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    cheers bro. I'll be nervous as hell, but from the training I've done and the numbers I've lifted before I know what I'm capable of. It's just that 3rd lift like Carnel said "aim for the sky" That will be my 185kg lift.
     
  5. Cmart Aspiring Milo

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    Sounds like you've got it right. After this competition, you can embark on the "squat and eat" program, to put some size and power on that lanky frame. Best of luck!
     
  6. maori rule all Blue Belt

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    lol perfectly said. I'm lanky as hell, my friend is the same height as me but my legs are still a good 2 inches or more longer than his.
     
  7. Poseidon9 Green Belt

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    Hi.
    I never faked any numbers, I hit all of those lifts at some point, and I'm not a teenager anymore, almost 21... Why are you crying?
     
  8. Cmart Aspiring Milo

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    You're a liar. You did not legitimately do 400/300/420 at 5'11" tall and 161 pounds. Not that there aren't people that can, I just bet my ass that you can't. I'm not the strongest guy around, but I can demonstrate my lifts. I don't treat this site as a place to live out some kind of fake dream-life. You're full of shit, kid. Get real, post your real lifts, and possibly people might have a tiny bit of respect of you. If you're going to try and stand on your prior bullshit, I feel sorry for the kind of life you must have.
     
  9. ChaseT. Banned Banned

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    I propose that Poseidon9 and Cmart have a grudge match in the S&P submarine octagon.
     
  10. Cmart Aspiring Milo

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    ......aaaaaaand it's nice to see that you're banned. It was only a matter of time.
     
  11. Poseidon9 Green Belt

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    I can't believe your rationale: "I know there are people that can do that, just not you, whom I know nothing about." Your bitterness is out of control. What would anybody possibly have to gain by lying about gym lifts on a forum? This isn't a popularity contest. I train my ass off each and every day for myself, and myself alone. The hateful opinions of someone I don't know doesn't matter to me in the slightest. Flattering that you choose to single me out, but I'm over it. You should be to.

    Constructive criticism - Your time spent complaining about imaginary issues might better be spent working on yourself. Good luck...
     
  12. Cmart Aspiring Milo

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    You take the time to answer my complaint, but I'm just more convinced you're a bullshitter when you come with the weak tit crap you've posted here. You should apologize to this forum for making a mockery of their strongest man thread, and ask a mod to remove your numbers. It would be more honorable than what you're doing.

    Why do I bother? I've been here for years, I've had the nuts to post my real numbers, and I happen to be in the weight class you have topped with your claimed numbers. I feel strongly that you're full of crap, and all (not just some) of your claimed numbers are inflated. Fictional. If you don't like it, shut me up by backing up your claims with some fact.

    Or... Post a video of yourself weighing in at 161 lbs and then benching 300 (not 295 or 305, of course - gotta go get those 2 1/2 lb. weights and do the nice, round 300 you claim). I'll accept contest results, too. If you do, I'll congratulate you, apologize, and never bother you again.
     
  13. This is the only thing I'll say Cmart because I'm not involved and personally don't care much, but what you said about the 2.5lb plates is retarded. Everybody here uses them. I was going to go for a 295 front squat a few weeks ago and threw on 2.5lbers to make it an even 300. I've seen Carnal suggest numerous times to not go for a 495 deadlift PR, just make it 500 by throwing on the 2.5lb plates. I'm not even sure what numbers he claimed but it's not like making an even 300lbs is an uncommon thing.
     
  14. Cmart Aspiring Milo

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    They're cute, maybe I should get myself a pair. Thanks!
     
  15. Lusst Red Belt

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    CMart,

    Do me a favor and shut the fuck up.

    Stop being pissed off because someone can lift more than you. It's fucking lame.

    Oh, and 2.5lb plates are the backbone of any serious lifters career...they tend to add up over time.
     
  16. Donut62 Black Belt

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    Lusst pwn
     
  17. SingleDoubleGuy White Belt

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    Early stoppage - both were still ready to go. Too bad...

    @ CMart: I can see your point of not believing in 2.5ers, one of my friends rolls the same way. To him it's just a small percentage on the total, so he despises them. Still, I know many guys who use them.

    Furthermore, I often hear people having 300 set as an intermediate goal in benching. That's just normal, because 300 is - as you state yourself - a nice and round number. If this is your only indicator for identifying someone as a cheater, you are up for a paranoia treatment.

    Now give me some solid white belt bashing since this is the only thing that's left for you....
     
  18. Donut62 Black Belt

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    My logic is why do 395 or 495 when you can just do 400 or 500. It sounds way cooler.
     
  19. blakethemus Blake Belt

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    I have Lbs and Kgs plates. So I just round to the closets 5.
    And my smallest plates are 5lbs I am the suck.
     
  20. maori rule all Blue Belt

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