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post #34456 of 57266
Sorry Toasty but I really don't believe you can pull 315 with acceptable form.

I managed to get 275 for 5 sumo DL today, which is 10 pounds up from last week. Back was all rounded though when I looked at the video of it, so I will deload and work my way back up again while maintaining a slight arch in the back. I'd rather have te weights go up slowly and safe than fast and end up injured.
post #34457 of 57266
315 is not a big deadlift, seems pretty reasonable for most beginners to get there within a few months.
post #34458 of 57266
Yeah but he benches and squats like half that.
post #34459 of 57266
Am I the only one here who just goes in and lifts instead of following a written routine? :-/
post #34460 of 57266
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Originally Posted by TKJTG View Post

Am I the only one here who just goes in and lifts instead of following a written routine? :-/
I dont write my shit down but I have a planned routine

Consistency is important


Im switching to a Gold's Gym. Costs about 40% of what my current gym has with like 3x the equipment, including the HS row machines I missed so much. $16 a month!!!
post #34461 of 57266
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Lol fuck, I pay like 100 usd a month
post #34462 of 57266
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

Was looking for that OHP vid and saw this post again. I think this was overlooked, but those are solid numbers for 1RM IMO. You must be ripped. Our height and weight is about the same, which is why I find this commendable.
FWIW I have never tried 1RM, but my DL was close only ~315. I am curious what your for rep numbers are.

Thanks toasty but I'm not that ripped shog[1].gif I would say I'm about 15% body fat range and currently trying to get to about 140. Then I should look pretty cut.

When I posted, I repped 315x5. I just did 335x3 yesterday so my 1RM should be a bit higher.
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

315 is not a big deadlift, seems pretty reasonable for most beginners to get there within a few months.

Yeah, I've been lifting on and off for awhile now but never done a deadlift until about 6-7 weeks ago. I got to 315 in less than a month i think.
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Originally Posted by TKJTG View Post

Am I the only one here who just goes in and lifts instead of following a written routine? :-/

i have the main lifts set for the week, but for the assistance work i just do whatever i feel like foo.gif
Edited by steveoffice - 9/19/13 at 7:07am
post #34463 of 57266
5'9 guys are meant to DL 300, dunno what the disbelief is.
post #34464 of 57266
I'm ~ 5' 6" and I pull 315 at 142lbs. Manlet?
post #34465 of 57266
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post

I'm ~ 5' 6" and I pull 315 at 142lbs. Manlet?

Not sure why you put a question mark after "manlet."

You, my friend, might be the new Team Manlet Mascot.
post #34466 of 57266
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Originally Posted by TKJTG View Post

Not sure why you put a question mark after "manlet."

You, my friend, might be the new Team Manlet Mascot.

icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Wait till you see my before and after cut photos (i'm never posting them)
Edited by TRINI - 9/19/13 at 8:32am
post #34467 of 57266
TKJTG, where's that squat video you said you were going to post? satisfied.gif
post #34468 of 57266
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Originally Posted by mrchariybrown View Post

TKJTG, where's that squat video you said you were going to post? satisfied.gif

Heading to the gym in half an hour. Do you want to see 405x1 or 315x5?
post #34469 of 57266
both you pussy
post #34470 of 57266
Both nod[1].gif
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