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    how much can you row for 5x5, and whats your bodyweight?

    I weigh 72KG and row 44KG for 5x5
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    This thread is even more pointless than your curls one rofl. Too many different variants/form 'cheats' possible. But then you know that anyway.

    Rowed 82.5 kg for 5x5 and 85 for 3x5. I think. Might have had 85 for 5x5, can't remember.
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    (Original post by illusionz)
    This thread is even more pointless than your curls one rofl. Too many different variants/form 'cheats' possible. But then you know that anyway.

    Rowed 82.5 kg for 5x5 and 85 for 3x5. I think. Might have had 85 for 5x5, can't remember.
    very strong, but what was your bodyweight?
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    (Original post by Doob)
    very strong, but what was your bodyweight?
    ~88kg

    It's not even that strong tbh, plenty of people here with better numbers.
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    72.5kg T-bar row at 74kg BW but t bar rows have a shorter ROM


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    82.5kg or 85 barbell row for 3 @ bw I forget which... Probs in the last workout of my blog tbh
    80kg Pendlay row @ 82kg for reps ages ago..
    There was a large amount of time between them as I dropped rows due to injury for a while

    T bar.. I forget lol

    This depends so much on style and cheating. Yates style - can move more weight vs conventional barbell row usually
    The more upright.. The more trap involvement and hence can shift more weight.

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    what sort of barbell row, lol

    I'm sure I could penally row 200kg lol

    More realistic though 140-160kg for 10,

    at 80kg

    in fact that thread has just annoyed the **** out of me.... another pointless thread of yours. you probably do yates rows and class them as barbell rows, you don't even now the different variations.
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    90kg x6
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    Damn dude, 44kg is extremely low. I used to do 60kg (at 85kg body mass) which is also extremely weak.
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    (Original post by Stinkum)
    Damn dude, 44kg is extremely low. I used to do 60kg (at 85kg body mass) which is also extremely weak.
    this, how long you been lifting OP? I can do 44kg on one hand and I'm not particularly strong at all
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    (Original post by bertstare)
    this, how long you been lifting OP? I can do 44kg on one hand and I'm not particularly strong at all
    just started doing them a few weeks ago
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    (Original post by AMG44)
    what sort of barbell row, lol

    I'm sure I could penally row 200kg lol

    More realistic though 140-160kg for 10,

    at 80kg

    in fact that thread has just annoyed the **** out of me.... another pointless thread of yours. you probably do yates rows and class them as barbell rows, you don't even now the different variations.
    a pendlay row is a pendlay row
    a yates row is a yates row

    im talking about normal barbell rows you mug!
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    (Original post by Doob)
    a pendlay row is a pendlay row
    a yates row is a yates row

    im talking about normal barbell rows you mug!
    A pendlay row is a barbell row

    A yates row is a barbell row

    Hence you see everyones confusion

    but think my best is 85x5, Pendlay Row, 80ish bodyweight
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    72.5kg 5x5 at the same bodyweight
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    (Original post by tehforum)
    72.5kg 5x5 at the same bodyweight
    what weight did you start with, and how long did it take you to get where you are now?
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    (Original post by Doob)
    what weight did you start with, and how long did it take you to get where you are now?
    40kg?

    around 5 months
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    (Original post by tehforum)
    40kg?

    around 5 months
    nice man, i've started at 35 KG a 2 weeks ago
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    (Original post by Doob)
    a pendlay row is a pendlay row
    a yates row is a yates row

    im talking about normal barbell rows you mug!

    under hand, over hand with wraps?
    what degree is back angle?

    see my point.

    all irrelevant?
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    (Original post by AMG44)
    under hand, over hand with wraps?
    what degree is back angle?

    see my point.

    all irrelevant?
    you're wasting your time. He's a troll who spends too much time on misc.
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    (Original post by illusionz)
    you're wasting your time. He's a troll who spends too much time on misc.
    So he is basically a forever alone who doesn't life/lift (y)
 
 
 
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