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    Iron Mag Labs, CONTEST... 2 Free Products


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    Totally in!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42 View Post
    Totally in!!!
    Good! Make sure you post in the official thread!
    Glad to have you Airborne, show us how its done.
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    In to see some damage. Best of luck to all the competiors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kBrown

    Good! Make sure you post in the official thread!
    Glad to have you Airborne, show us how its done.
    Alright brother... Gotta find someone who will shoot for me and a time when I won't feel like a tool ;-) this is a great promo
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    Hmm what's an impressive curl for a 178lb dude?
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    Quote Originally Posted by howwedo107
    Hmm what's an impressive curl for a 178lb dude?
    180 lbs.
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    I will curl in the squat rack. Impressive doesn't even begin to describe it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim2542 View Post
    180 lbs.
    Agreed. 185lbs with good form is impressive for anyone under 225lbs. I have tried for a long time to get up to that weight and most I ever could curl was around 165 (using straight barbell, never tried heavier with EZ-Bar)
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    What bout for a 250
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    Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42
    What bout for a 250
    205 curl with good form
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    Quote Originally Posted by kBrown

    Agreed. 185lbs with good form is impressive for anyone under 225lbs. I have tried for a long time to get up to that weight and most I ever could curl was around 165 (using straight barbell, never tried heavier with EZ-Bar)
    Might try this...how much does the heavier ez bar weight?
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    Quote Originally Posted by howwedo107 View Post
    Might try this...how much does the heavier ez bar weight?
    For me EZ-Curls are significantly easier than straight bar curls. As for how much, it is hard to quantify and may not be true for all people--though it seems that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42 View Post
    What bout for a 250

    Depends--how are you 250? Lean, bulky, fat, etc. Also, height and all of that plays a role.

    Most I have seen curled is 275lbs by someone who weighed around ~225lbs. It was not a strict form curl, and definitely used plenty of momentum but still was pretty awesome.

    Generally if you can curl your body weight then that is damn impressive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kBrown

    For me EZ-Curls are significantly easier than straight bar curls. As for how much, it is hard to quantify and may not be true for all people--though it seems that way.
    Going to attempt this with an ez bar and a straight bar lol wish me luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by kBrown

    Depends--how are you 250? Lean, bulky, fat, etc. Also, height and all of that plays a role.

    Most I have seen curled is 275lbs by someone who weighed around ~225lbs. It was not a strict form curl, and definitely used plenty of momentum but still was pretty awesome.

    Generally if you can curl your body weight then that is damn impressive.
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    Super fat ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by howwedo107

    Going to attempt this with an ez bar and a straight bar lol wish me luck
    Good luck!
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    How many pull ups is impressive for a 254 pounder I know I can bench and squat massive weight but idk many people 254 at 6 ft that can do pull ups
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    Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42 View Post
    How many pull ups is impressive for a 254 pounder I know I can bench and squat massive weight but idk many people 254 at 6 ft that can do pull ups
    I'll say 25+? I know that you can do 20 correct me it am wrong. So 25+ seem good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMarc

    I'll say 25+? I know that you can do 20 correct me it am wrong. So 25+ seem good.
    No I can't ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42 View Post
    No I can't ;-)
    oo then I think I read it wrong some were lol. Then I say for for 20!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMarc

    oo then I think I read it wrong some were lol. Then I say for for 20!
    I'll top it then ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Airborne42

    I'll top it then ;-)
    Why not strap 90 lbs on an do some?
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    25+ is impressive for anyone that isn't a stick.


    My pull-up game is inferior
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    Quote Originally Posted by kBrown View Post
    25+ is impressive for anyone that isn't a stick.


    My pull-up game is inferior
    You did good then I came across your bench one 315lbs warm up for 15 reps very nice, what was your weight when you did that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMarc View Post
    You did good then I came across your bench one 315lbs warm up for 15 reps very nice, what was your weight when you did that?
    around ~198lbs. same weight as now.

    my training has been wildly in flux over the past month, which sucks because I am all "supped" up, but am going through big life changes. moving, new job, etc.
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    25+ would be strong at that weight. If you told Derek Poundstone to drop 50lbs he wouldn't be too far off that mark.
  

  
 

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