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A Lifter's Iron Log...


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Excerpt: Just got back into training about 4 weeks ago. Stopped working out consistently for the better part of a year. Been unemployed for about 3 months now and realized I needed to start working out again before I turned into total mush. 6-5-2010 Bodyweight 206lbs in gym clothes I have started out with the classic Bill starr 5x5 to keep the volume low to start, but the progression constant and get the basics up. Also rope skip for 10-15 minutes after each workout and then 10 minutes

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    Re: A Lifter's Iron Log...

    hey man I am just curious what were your best strength stats?

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    My lifts for my bodyweight weren't that impressive, but I gain weight and size pretty easy.

    Longest I have consistently trained since I was a teenager is 1.5 years. I lifted pretty consistently from 14-17 so almost 3 years was my longest stretch, but I didn't eat enough back then and overtrained like a mofo lol

    Since then I'll go for a year to 1.5 years and then something will happen and I'll be out of the gym for 6 months to a year.

    Anyhow, with that said my best raw(no belt, wraps) lifts in good form were:

    Barbell Full Squat 345x5, 385x1, ass to grass

    Barbell Bench 265x5, don't know max at that time, in past had done 285

    Deadlift 365x7, 450

    Barbell Press 170x5

    Behind neck jerk 265, regular jerk 275

    One Arm DB row 110x5-6, pretty large rom compared to alot of guys, I start low at full stretch with body leaned over and end arched with elbow out and high like pullin a lawn mower

    I could have probably done legit rows with 125's the way most do them when heavy

    2 DB clean and press 90's x1

    One arm DB clean and jerk 150x1

    Some of my best strength lifts were odd objects and not gym lifts. I can transfer alot of my gym strength to real world applications which is why I tend to be alot stronger than people realize.

    I routinely lifted a 300lbs granite rock to full extension like a high platform atlas stone lift. Had it scale weighed. Sat in my backyard.

    Picked up a big ass ball of concrete slurry that weighed 340lbs

    My 3 best lifts were picking up a mid size excavator bucket to chest height and carrying it 30 feet. Picked up a medium size conveyor belt that weighed 230lbs, carried it on shoulder 50+ feet and loaded it onto the back of a truck.

    I have no idea what that excavator bucket weighed, but me and another guy were pretty sure it was at least 275lbs.

    One lift that damn near broke my back was picking up a 260lbs plate compactor and lifting it onto the bed of a dump truck. The bed was my neck height. That's probably the hardest, most dangerous lift I have ever done.

    Most of these lifts were done between 220-236lbs bodyweight.

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    Re: A Lifter's Iron Log...

    Quote Quote posted by ghettostudmuffin View Post
    My lifts for my bodyweight weren't that impressive, but I gain weight and size pretty easy.

    Longest I have consistently trained since I was a teenager is 1.5 years. I lifted pretty consistently from 14-17 so almost 3 years was my longest stretch, but I didn't eat enough back then and overtrained like a mofo lol

    Since then I'll go for a year to 1.5 years and then something will happen and I'll be out of the gym for 6 months to a year.

    Anyhow, with that said my best raw(no belt, wraps) lifts in good form were:

    Barbell Full Squat 345x5, 385x1, ass to grass

    Barbell Bench 265x5, don't know max at that time, in past had done 285

    Deadlift 365x7, 450

    Barbell Press 170x5

    Behind neck jerk 265, regular jerk 275

    One Arm DB row 110x5-6, pretty large rom compared to alot of guys, I start low at full stretch with body leaned over and end arched with elbow out and high like pullin a lawn mower

    I could have probably done legit rows with 125's the way most do them when heavy

    2 DB clean and press 90's x1

    One arm DB clean and jerk 150x1

    Some of my best strength lifts were odd objects and not gym lifts. I can transfer alot of my gym strength to real world applications which is why I tend to be alot stronger than people realize.

    I routinely lifted a 300lbs granite rock to full extension like a high platform atlas stone lift. Had it scale weighed. Sat in my backyard.

    Picked up a big ass ball of concrete slurry that weighed 340lbs

    My 3 best lifts were picking up a mid size excavator bucket to chest height and carrying it 30 feet. Picked up a medium size conveyor belt that weighed 230lbs, carried it on shoulder 50+ feet and loaded it onto the back of a truck.

    I have no idea what that excavator bucket weighed, but me and another guy were pretty sure it was at least 275lbs.

    One lift that damn near broke my back was picking up a 260lbs plate compactor and lifting it onto the bed of a dump truck. The bed was my neck height. That's probably the hardest, most dangerous lift I have ever done.

    Most of these lifts were done between 220-236lbs bodyweight.
    nice man I like your non-gym lifts! Are you a contractor or something? That barbell press is pretty good too!

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    Re: A Lifter's Iron Log...

    I worked for a small excavation company. Always picking up rocks and demo'd concrete.

    At one point in time my GPP must have been insane cuz I could pick up concrete rubble, shovel, swing a sledge and run a wheel barrow all day and then go hit the gym hard like it was nothing.

    I have pretty solid shoulders. I could put up WAY higher numbers in the gym if I can get a good 2+ year stretch of consistent training in. Most of those lifts are with like 1 year training or less.

    Essentially I have never achieved an advanced point due to complications and life and occasional laziness.

    I'm at a point now where I don't want to lose the progress I have made anymore and my diet is better than ever now.

    Pretty sure I'll shatter all the gym lifts inside of a year or 2 from now.

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    Re: A Lifter's Iron Log...

    sup dude good to see another log. Check mine out whenever I just made a new one

    http://www.elitefitness.com/forum/we...-a-711713.html

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    Re: A Lifter's Iron Log...

    7-13-2010

    Barbell full Squat 135x5, 155x5, 185x5, 210x5, 240x5 np

    Barbell Bench 135x5, 155x5, 175x5, 195x5, 215x6 had 1 more easily

    Pendlay Row, Bench press grip width 95x5, 115x5, 130x5, 145x5, 165x4+1+1+1 got 4 straight then rested a few seconds on the last reps, all reps strict, no hip movement

    One Arm DB Sidebend 1x60x12

    Stairwell Calf Raises 35x2x20ish, like 23-24 reps first set and 18 or so second, get a huge burn with the stretch and contraction I can get on these vs machine. I feel like I have more control of the contraction, like the quality is better than loading up weight on a machine, plus it's easier to readjust toe position

    10 minutes, 4 speed on treadmill, couple laps around gym

    Felt strong. Felt good.

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    Re: A Lifter's Iron Log...

    nice workouts bro. how old are you

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    Re: A Lifter's Iron Log...

    I just recently turned 30.

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    Re: A Lifter's Iron Log...

    lifts going up man. keep it up!

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    Re: A Lifter's Iron Log...

    7-15-2010

    Barbell Full Squat 135x5, 155x5, 175x5, 195x5

    Barbell Press 95x5, 115x5, 130x5, 145x6 had 1 more in me

    Deadlift 135x5, 215x5, 245x5, 275x6 easy peezy

    Bodyweight chinups 3-4x3

    Incline situp 15lbs behind head 1x10 hard

    Bodyweight 223lbs, think I'm leaning up abit, strength feels good, protein intake is up, fat intake is down

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