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    What is your greatest lifting achievement to date?
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    245kg/540lbs deadlift. Started doing them 5 days before I got the lift.
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    (Original post by GettingitDone)
    245Kg deadlift. Started doing them 5 days before I got the lift.
    Im assuming you've been training long before then though. What bodyweight was that at.
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    my upper body is useless (unless its pushups or rowing) but I can do 134kg leg press with 1 leg (can also calf press 106 reps with 138.6kg / 205lb)
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    (Original post by TSA)
    Im assuming you've been training long before then though. What bodyweight was that at.

    Yeahhh been training for 2 year ish, not really done much deadlifting, maybe a session every 1-2 months. I think I was about 86kg. Iv got the video of me doing it somewhere.
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    (Original post by GettingitDone)
    Yeahhh been training for 2 year ish, not really done much deadlifting, maybe a session every 1-2 months. I think I was about 86kg. Iv got the video of me doing it somewhere.
    how much can you squat?
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    (Original post by Cashmere_Cat)
    how much can you squat?
    180kg standard squat. Got 210kg box squats yesterday though for reps
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    (Original post by GettingitDone)
    180kg standard squat. Got 210kg box squats yesterday though for reps
    Your legs must be huge!!
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    (Original post by Cashmere_Cat)
    Your legs must be huge!!
    They're my weakest point. Starting to train them twice a week now though.
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    (Original post by GettingitDone)
    They're my weakest point. Starting to train them twice a week now though.
    would you mind posting your routine?
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    (Original post by Cashmere_Cat)
    would you mind posting your routine?
    I don't have a routine. Changes each workout.
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    (Original post by GettingitDone)
    I don't have a routine. Changes each workout.
    So you don't have set days for doing a particular body part or exercise??
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    (Original post by Cashmere_Cat)
    So you don't have set days for doing a particular body part or exercise??
    Nope.
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    (Original post by GeologyMaths)
    We meet again

    Let's not start again and derail this thread buddy
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    (Original post by GettingitDone)
    Let's not start again and derail this thread buddy
    Ok how's everything going
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    We meet again
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    Lol started this and didn't even say what mine was.
    Mine was first time I deadlifted 180kg. Deadlifted 200kg since then but the first time I hit 4 plates was a momentous occasion.
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    (Original post by TSA)
    What is your greatest lifting achievement to date?
    the flab which resides upon my stomach area
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    (Original post by TSA)
    Lol started this and didn't even say what mine was.
    Mine was first time I deadlifted 180kg. Deadlifted 200kg since then but the first time I hit 4 plates was a momentous occasion.
    what was your bodyweight at the time? how long did it take you
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    (Original post by Cashmere_Cat)
    what was your bodyweight at the time? how long did it take you
    Bout 78 I think I was a lil' chubby then (still kinda am but meh). Took me about 2 years or just under. When I started I could deadlift 50kg for a grind.
 
 
 

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