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    MARIUSZ PUDZIAN PUDZIANOWSKI - GYM WORKOUT. - Google Video

    Sort of funny to me because he spends a lot of his time training like a bodybuilder, that is doing bodypart splits and higher reps/volume. I know he still trains heavy, but it was a surprise to me. Lately I've noticed a lot of people, PL and strongmen on certain boards saying that they train this way in the off season until they approach a meet or event and then they switch to a more PL or strongman type routine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ktw
    MARIUSZ PUDZIAN PUDZIANOWSKI - GYM WORKOUT. - Google Video

    Sort of funny to me because he spends a lot of his time training like a bodybuilder, that is doing bodypart splits and higher reps/volume. I know he still trains heavy, but it was a surprise to me. Lately I've noticed a lot of people, PL and strongmen on certain boards saying that they train this way in the off season until they approach a meet or event and then they switch to a more PL or strongman type routine.

    the higher reps builds up your ligaments and tendons, your body cant handle low reps on the core movements all the time, it destroys you.
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    Yah, which is probably why the 5x5 with no accessory work is overrated. I'm guessing it's also necessary to add all that mass too, since in Strongman comps it definately helps to be massive.

    Guy, what are your thoughts on this type of training. I can't access MMI at work to make the post there yet, but I noticed Goldenear saying he trains like a BB in the offseason, is this common for people who want to move up classes or just in general?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ktw
    Yah, which is probably why the 5x5 with no accessory work is overrated. I'm guessing it's also necessary to add all that mass too, since in Strongman comps it definately helps to be massive.

    Guy, what are your thoughts on this type of training. I can't access MMI at work to make the post there yet, but I noticed Goldenear saying he trains like a BB in the offseason, is this common for people who want to move up classes or just in general?

    never tried 5x5 but i've heard it's not good for strength, and you need accessory work, it's just as if not more important than the regular work. and with guys like goldenear they are very far into the game. basically they are freaks. and when they say they train like bbers they mean they do reps over 10, they do mostly the same lifts just higher reps. helps the tendons grow and stuff like that. gives the body a rest. it's basically a general way. if you do low reps all the time it kills your cns. but low reps is only stuff on core lifts, like squat, bench, dead. most accessory work that you see guys doing is 10+ reps.
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    go to my site and check out cubanbull's log, he's a bench specialist and just hit 800 2 weekends ago. also check out bigpaul's log on mmi, he was one of the first guys to squat a 1000+ you'll see what i'm talking about
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    Makes sense
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    Man, I would hate to workout at that gym. lol. I'd feel tiny and weak all the time.
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    His friends don't look too tiny either. No matter what, it is an ego killer trying to work out with the WSM on a daily basis because once you do a decent weight, he probably blows it out of the water like it's nothing.
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    That and there is the fact that I am indeed tiny and weak compared to those guys. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by ktw
    His friends don't look too tiny either. No matter what, it is an ego killer trying to work out with the WSM on a daily basis because once you do a decent weight, he probably blows it out of the water like it's nothing.
    actually i would prefer to workout with those guys. just think of all the help you'd get and the drive to get even bigger and stronger, be a wet dream for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by guyfromkop2
    actually i would prefer to workout with those guys. just think of all the help you'd get and the drive to get even bigger and stronger, be a wet dream for me
    Actually i'm with you when I work out and my gym and see guys repping 4 plates on Bench or using heaviest dumbells on rows i be like some day some day. it just pushes me harder.

    In the video when he was doing the deads I saw alot of normal everyday people walking by him so his gym must be a mix of compettiors and regular people.
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    Watching Mariusz train triceps makes MY elbows hurt. Anyone heard what this freak eats? He eats chocolate 3 times a day everyday! And he's still shredded.
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    Yah he's still shredded from all the goddamn gear he's on plus the GH, Slin, etc.

    A little dark chocoloate aint too bad for you either and at the end of the day when youre 265 shredded a few extra calories wont hurt
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    Mariusz is amazing. Just a quick note- he used to be a pretty accomplished amateur boxer back in the day also. So not only is he freak of nature, he is a tremendous athlete in many ways.
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    Ya he was a boxer and he went to prison that's how he got into strongman stuff. And he's 285lbs! He run's and skips alot, i think the guy dominates because all the other guys don't do cardio, probably just general preparedness training, but not skipping rope or running like Mariusz. He's an AWESOME squatter as well.
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    He's definetly the kind of athlete i wanna be HUGE, shredded but strong as hell!
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    I still say he'd be the perfect replacement for Arnold if they ever do another Conan movie. CG could make him a little taller and presto..
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    Quote Originally Posted by guyfromkop2
    go to my site and check out cubanbull's log, he's a bench specialist and just hit 800 2 weekends ago. also check out bigpaul's log on mmi, he was one of the first guys to squat a 1000+ you'll see what i'm talking about

    Hi i don't know if you can give you site here but if you can i would love to see it. Also is that 800 shirt or 800 raw. Just wondering because I was told my friends brother had the record at mid 700's raw wondering if your guy beat his record.
    Thanks
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    800 shirted, His raw looks to be around 5 something I believe. He is a strong friggin dude. The site is team sniffy, just enter those two words between a www and a .com, I don't see why the admin's will be too mad
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    thanks ktw I will check that out shirt or no shirt 800 is still AMAZING imo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mixedup
    Hi i don't know if you can give you site here but if you can i would love to see it. Also is that 800 shirt or 800 raw. Just wondering because I was told my friends brother had the record at mid 700's raw wondering if your guy beat his record.
    Thanks

    who's your brother's friend?

    and the guy who benched 800 is in a shirt. he doesnt go much about 350-400 raw anymore, 2 years ago he completely tore both of his triceps, completely severed. never got surgery or anything just healed on it's own. so to come back and hit 800 is one of the biggest feats anyone can accomplish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by guyfromkop2
    who's your brother's friend?

    and the guy who benched 800 is in a shirt. he doesnt go much about 350-400 raw anymore, 2 years ago he completely tore both of his triceps, completely severed. never got surgery or anything just healed on it's own. so to come back and hit 800 is one of the biggest feats anyone can accomplish.
    My friend is Rich Mendelson he was my MMA training partner before he moved back to florida to teach. His brother is Scott
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    Quote Originally Posted by mixedup
    My friend is Rich Mendelson he was my MMA training partner before he moved back to florida to teach. His brother is Scott
    yup, scott holds the raw and shirted records
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    Cool video. Wow@the tricep extensions with roughly 3/4s of the stack.

    LOL@ The posedown ...
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    I like how he hoisted the bar over his head and just repped barbell extensions with ease... damn that's alot of weight and he made it look like nuttin
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