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    405 deadlift, 130 lbs


    This was a few months ago, just decided to put it up. 130lbs, 405 deadlift
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    Not saying its fake but that must be a sturdy bar. The ones at my gym would be a lot more bent at 405.
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    Yeah, it's called the rogue bar. It's super sturdy, they last forever
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    gjdm very impressive
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    That's awesome man
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    Quote Originally Posted by MANdrew
    Yeah, it's called the rogue bar. It's super sturdy, they last forever
    You like rogue fitness stuff? I'm thinking about dropping $4k on a gym from them when we build our next house
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    Quote Originally Posted by MANdrew
    This was a few months ago, just decided to put it up. 130lbs, 405 deadlift
    Quite the lift for your weight bro, good sh!t
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drizzie88

    You like rogue fitness stuff? I'm thinking about dropping $4k on a gym from them when we build our next house
    Yeah, good idea! Rogue's products are a very high quality, and you can kind of tell by the price... But Rogue is definitely my favorite, the gym I go to is full of it. What are you looking at buying?
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    Quote Originally Posted by uvawahoowa

    Quite the lift for your weight bro, good sh!t
    Thanks man
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    Quote Originally Posted by MANdrew

    Yeah, good idea! Rogue's products are a very high quality, and you can kind of tell by the price... But Rogue is definitely my favorite, the gym I go to is full of it. What are you looking at buying?
    I'm looking at about 500lbs in rubber plates, a power rack, chains, t-bar adapter... Also a bar and Maybe an easy curk bar. Then I'll build my own box jump and I already have a bench and smith machine...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drizzie88

    I'm looking at about 500lbs in rubber plates, a power rack, chains, t-bar adapter... Also a bar and Maybe an easy curk bar. Then I'll build my own box jump and I already have a bench and smith machine...
    Nice, I'm jealous! You also might want to look into rogue's wood gymnastics rings....you can do a ton of great workouts on just those.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MANdrew

    Nice, I'm jealous! You also might want to look into rogue's wood gymnastics rings....you can do a ton of great workouts on just those.
    I've tried those... FML they hurt my shoulder though... You are right...-awesome workout
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drizzie88

    I've tried those... FML they hurt my shoulder though... You are right...-awesome workout
    Ahh yeah, they are very taxing when it comes to shoulders. Good luck with your new gym man, I'm jealous
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    Quote Originally Posted by MANdrew

    Ahh yeah, they are very taxing when it comes to shoulders. Good luck with your new gym man, I'm jealous
    Lol not just yet. I got the clear to buy it but first we are going to build a house. I was going to get it first but I've decided I want to build the house and incorporate the gym into the walkout basement
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    Quote Originally Posted by MANdrew View Post
    This was a few months ago, just decided to put it up. 130lbs, 405 deadlift
    Damn, do you enter powerlifting competitions??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drizzie88

    Lol not just yet. I got the clear to buy it but first we are going to build a house. I was going to get it first but I've decided I want to build the house and incorporate the gym into the walkout basement
    Ahhh, lucky!!!!!! I want!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by vidapreta

    Damn, do you enter powerlifting competitions??

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    Nah, I wish...should I? I got a 215 bench, 295 squat and 405 dead... Maybe more now, but I haven't maxed in a while
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    Quote Originally Posted by MANdrew View Post
    Nah, I wish...should I? I got a 215 bench, 295 squat and 405 dead... Maybe more now, but I haven't maxed in a while
    More than 3x your bodyweight on the deadlift!!! and more than double your body weight on the Squat, I would!

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    Is there a reason why your weight is 130 pounds??

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    Well, I'm 5 foot 3... So I'm super short. And haha I think I just packed on SUPER lean muscle somehow
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    That is intense. I'm 135 with only a 225 deadlift. How long have you been lifting for?
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    Damn! Good job!
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    wow probly got a sick back bro
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    Very impressive. I'm 165 and I was super excited, thinking 405 was an impressive weight for me. You are strong.
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