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    (Original post by whitepearlbaby)
    The problem: Weight: Too much

    The reason:
    Squat: No
    Deadlift: No
    Bench Press: HELL NAW!
    The Solution: Shut up and squat!
    Indeed!
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    She's just a fitness perv
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    (Original post by Powerlifter)
    Indeed!
    :mmm:

    You know, I might do that. One day
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    (Original post by Arteta)
    She's just a fitness perv
    Excuse me? :mad:

    Did you even mean me? :ahee:
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    120 x 6
    175 x 5
    225 x 2

    84k @ 5'11/6
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    Squat: 120 x 4-5
    Deadlift: 180 x 3 [not to failure]
    Bench Press:80 x 2 on BB, 37.5 x 7 on DB's

    Height: 5'8"
    Weight: 74.1kg as of today

    Consecutive Time Training:

    oh god lol

    hmm Apr 2006 resumed after a long layoff

    trained ever since, but at varying intensities and varying diets/goals.
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    (Original post by whitepearlbaby)
    Excuse me? :mad:

    Did you even mean me? :ahee:
    Yes, you! :broken:
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    (Original post by u4m1r)
    i hate the way ppl are joking on this thread, shows the lack of real bodybulders


    Squat: 120 kg
    Deadlift: 135 kg
    Bench Press:105 kg

    Height: 5'9
    Weight: 73 kg
    We don't take kindly to real bodybuilders who weigh 73 kg and squat 120.

    We really, really don't.
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    Squat: 145kg x 3
    Deadlift: 180kg x 3 [way more in the tank, probobly 200 x 1]
    Bench Press: 100kg x 4

    Height: 6"2
    Weight: 95kg

    Consecutive Time Training: 1.5 years?
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    Squat: 345kg
    Deadlift: 390kg
    Bench Press: 290kg

    Height: 6'9"
    Weight: 147kg
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    (Original post by lnjames)
    Squat: 345kg
    Deadlift: 390kg
    Bench Press: 290kg

    Height: 6'9"
    Weight: 147kg
    If that's valid, very impressive. Bench would get you a record in the 60s ..
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    (Original post by lnjames)
    Squat: 345kg
    Deadlift: 390kg
    Bench Press: 290kg

    Height: 6'9"
    Weight: 147kg
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    Squat:140x1 (while ago and havent got near since)
    Deadlift: 170x1
    Bench: 90x1

    Height: 5'10
    Weight: 73kg
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    Squat: 120 kg x 3
    Deadlift: 165 kg x 2 / 160 kg x 4 (whichever is more)
    Bench press: 80kg x 7 (weak I know, for some reason all my push motions are rather weak)

    I'd also like to see how much can people row with a barbell.
    I can personally do 95kg x 3


    Height: 1.90m
    Weight: 96kg

    Consecutive training: Since June 2008. However from September-June during that time, I was at a very bad gym due to university which had no barbells and dumbbells only up to 32kg. Now however I have been back at a proper gym for 1 month and if I had been at a proper gym all this time, I am sure my stats would be higher.
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    (Original post by Powerlifter)
    Woah a 17 year old 73kg beast!

    Why would a bodybuilder give a **** what they lift?
    yeah thats what they call me in school.
    and sorry i think a better term is powerlifter.
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    Am I right in saying that by my reckoning lnjames is the second strongest deadlifter in the country at the moment? Del missed 395 at the Brits and I can't think of anyone else moving that kind of weight.

    Also nice to see his bench press is I think well inside the top 20 in the country (just outside the top 1000 online though) despite being 6'9 and a world class deadlifter.

    For the person who asked, I can't imagine any way his lifts aren't valid :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by u4m1r)
    yeah thats what they call me in school.
    and sorry i think a better term is powerlifter.
    In other words, the complete opposite of a bodybuilder?

    How long have you been training?
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    (Original post by Brotherhood)
    In other words, the complete opposite of a bodybuilder?

    How long have you been training?
    1.5 year on and off but have been consistent for about the last 5 months.
    yeh bodybuilder - slip of the tongue/keyboard lol
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    (Original post by burningnun)
    Am I right in saying that by my reckoning lnjames is the second strongest deadlifter in the country at the moment? Del missed 395 at the Brits and I can't think of anyone else moving that kind of weight.

    Also nice to see his bench press is I think well inside the top 20 in the country (just outside the top 1000 online though) despite being 6'9 and a world class deadlifter.

    For the person who asked, I can't imagine any way his lifts aren't valid :rolleyes:
    You calling me a fake, biatch? They call me Schwarzebigger at the local McDonalds.
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    (Original post by Powerlifter)
    I will post the results from my last comp, which was raw

    Squat: 70kg
    Bench: 200kg
    Deadlift: 300kg

    Height: 5ft 13
    Weight: about 115kg at the moment
    That's ripe ass-wuppin' size.

    By gawd.
 
 
 
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