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Losing 35kg in 10months.
You're always trolling around here, forgot you lift lol
Good job der mate, that's like half the body weight of a typical person.


I have no achievements that I can quanity. I'm just happy to be fitter, healthier, faster, stronger, more muscular than ever, One day I'll have some decent stats to back that up
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You're always trolling around here, forgot you lift lol
Good job der mate, that's like half the body weight of a typical person.
I don't troll... Do I even lift though, I wonder myself sometimes... :eek:

Cheers, buddy.
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Going 2:19 for my primary event was good but took years of training and was almost an inevitable culmination.

Was very proud of going 1:57 for an event I rarely trained by just setting a target and going for it for 8 weeks or so.
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Did it today, 38:15 for a 10K
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Yesterday when I completed men's health survival of the fittest 10km obstacle course! ^_^

Although I have to say it didn't feel like 10km. Although my legs are absolutely bruised to hell today.. And i find it hard to walk. Definitely my proudest moment. I will do many more every yr!


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Participating in national champs in weightlifting and getting a bronze medal and getting 5/6 good lifts.

:rave:

No nationals for me this season, though.
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Was definitely when I managed to run 6 miles in 25 minutes.
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the day I reached a 100kg deadlift for the first time, that was a pretty good feeling
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(Original post by Vixen47)
Crow pose (yoga)
Looks like this:
Attachment 253296

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Isn't that also called tucked in planche

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(Original post by Piggsil)
Participating in national champs in weightlifting and getting a bronze medal and getting 5/6 good lifts.

:rave:

No nationals for me this season, though.
Still very impressive to get to nationals.

I'm stuck with local beginner events. And even then I'm not placing.

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Still very impressive to get to nationals.

I'm stuck with local beginner events. And even then I'm not placing.

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Gotta start somewhere. I wouldn't have got to nationals so quickly in the UK.
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Gotta start somewhere. I wouldn't have got to nationals so quickly in the UK.
True. I placed better today in an u90kg comp than i did in June in an u77.5kg comp. And smashed all my targets by giant amounts.

On my way to sucking less in the future.
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Was definitely when I managed to run 6 miles in 25 minutes.
I can only dream of that. I'm almost not sure I can believe you... That's how unfathomable it is.


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I can only dream of that. I'm almost not sure I can believe you... That's how unfathomable it is.


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Took me nearly 2 1/2 years to build up my stamina like that. I only did it once though, never managed to do it again.
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Took me nearly 2 1/2 years to build up my stamina like that. I only did it once though, never managed to do it again.
So you can run at a 4 minute mile pace, maybe sub 4 minutes? Shouldn't you be running professionally. That's so fast for a guy. In comparison only one woman has ever ran that fast AFAIK.

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So you can run at a 4 minute mile pace, maybe sub 4 minutes? Shouldn't you be running professionally. That's so fast for a guy. In comparison only one woman has ever ran that fast AFAIK.

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I have a lot of endurance but I think I reached my peak then. Got so many injuries through pounding that concrete my legs are still recovering to this day. Even when I'm training in the gym, I make sure I incline most of my session so I can take it easy on my shins.
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Used to do boxing as a kid and beat a few kids who were bigger than me, proud of that
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Probably a one arm pull-up from a relaxed dead hang and full ROM @ ~76kg.

Either that, or in year 9, when I went from sedentary/unfit to coming 2nd in a long jump competition at a city athletics meet. But then broke my ankle 1 year later and gave up.
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