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    Benches looked easy for ya this time man! Looks like you lost balance a little on that first dead and your face made a "god dammit" look lol. Awesome stuff man. You do look tall as **** in the vids too lol.

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    Thanks Miguel, that's the plan! Next meet is 3 months away.
    Quote Originally Posted by rob112 View Post
    Benches looked easy for ya this time man! Looks like you lost balance a little on that first dead and your face made a "god dammit" look lol. Awesome stuff man. You do look tall as **** in the vids too lol.

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    Hell ya it did, felt great not to utterly fail benching.

    Exactly what happened as you can read below.

    Thanks. Lol, some people say I'm 6'2", other 6'0", I dunno lol.





    First competition at 198.


    Squat
    192.5 (424lbs) Good lift, got out of the groove a little but came up easy.


    202.5 (446lbs) Good lift, easier than attempt 1.


    210 (463lbs) PR Good lift, training and competition PR. Came up even easier than attempt 2. Felt I had 20lbs more in me.


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    107.5 (237lbs) Good lift, easy and smooth.


    115 (253lbs) Good lift, easy and smooth. Competition PR.


    125 (276lbs) Good lift, competition and training PR. Felt I had 10lbs more in me.


    Deadlift
    245 (540lbs) (x) No lift, somehow came up onto my toes, then proceded to derp. I believe the problem lied in warming up on a crap bar, then jumping to the Okie deadlift bar, which seemed longer. If I place my feet too wide, explains the loss of balance and falling forward. Pissed I wasted an attempt here.


    250 (550lbs) Good lift, came up easy as it should.


    273 (x) (602lbs) Isaku (the mod) convinced me to make this jump to get the state record and go for broke. Would have paid off if I didn't come forward onto my toes again. Fought hard to maintain lockout, both calves cramped up hard, but failed. Next time




    Won 198 class, 40lb total PR, 90lb had I gotten my last deadlift.
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    Absolutely awesome results! Like I said before, you were sooooo close to that PR, it almost looked like you had it. Very impressive and GJ on the PR's!
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    Thanks James, I was pretty pleased/upset with that close 602, too close!

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    Training at a small powerlifting gym today, getting a lot of feedback on form/gear/etc.


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    And that's all I had time for.


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    Prehab? Are getting surgery?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingjameskjf View Post
    Prehab? Are getting surgery?
    Luckily not,

    "Prehabilitation, a form of strength training, aims to prevent injuries before the actual occurrence"
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    Quote Originally Posted by NomZ View Post
    Luckily not,"Prehabilitation, a form of strength training, aims to prevent injuries before the actual occurrence"
    Ah that's good news. I'm used to it in the physical therapy context where we use it on patients before their operations to help them recover faster post-op.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingjameskjf View Post
    Ah that's good news. I'm used to it in the physical therapy context where we use it on patients before their operations to help them recover faster post-op.
    Gotcha, you a PT?

    Applies to my RC muscles when I say shoulder prehab, stuff like facepulls, band pullaparts, any RC work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NomZ View Post
    Gotcha, you a PT? Applies to my RC muscles when I say shoulder prehab, stuff like facepulls, band pullaparts, any RC work.
    makes sense now and good idea too. Going to grad school to be a PT. I will graduate in August of 2015.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingjameskjf View Post
    makes sense now and good idea too. Going to grad school to be a PT. I will graduate in August of 2015.
    Nice, don't want to go down that route right now, too much school...

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    holy mother of ****, that's some really heavy weight.

    any specific tips for pulling a **** ton? (yes thats a unit of measure)
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    Quote Originally Posted by StephenGarcia View Post
    holy mother of ****, that's some really heavy weight.

    any specific tips for pulling a **** ton? (yes thats a unit of measure)
    annnnnnd he's less than 200..****in awesome
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    Re: Do they even lift? NomZ and Rhadam train to compete with SNS!


    Quote Originally Posted by NomZ View Post
    Thanks Miguel, that's the plan! Next meet is 3 months away.

    Hell ya it did, felt great not to utterly fail benching.

    Exactly what happened as you can read below.

    Thanks. Lol, some people say I'm 6'2", other 6'0", I dunno lol.





    First competition at 198.


    Squat
    192.5 (424lbs) Good lift, got out of the groove a little but came up easy.


    202.5 (446lbs) Good lift, easier than attempt 1.


    210 (463lbs) PR Good lift, training and competition PR. Came up even easier than attempt 2. Felt I had 20lbs more in me.


    Bench
    107.5 (237lbs) Good lift, easy and smooth.


    115 (253lbs) Good lift, easy and smooth. Competition PR.


    125 (276lbs) Good lift, competition and training PR. Felt I had 10lbs more in me.


    Deadlift
    245 (540lbs) (x) No lift, somehow came up onto my toes, then proceded to derp. I believe the problem lied in warming up on a crap bar, then jumping to the Okie deadlift bar, which seemed longer. If I place my feet too wide, explains the loss of balance and falling forward. Pissed I wasted an attempt here.


    250 (550lbs) Good lift, came up easy as it should.


    273 (x) (602lbs) Isaku (the mod) convinced me to make this jump to get the state record and go for broke. Would have paid off if I didn't come forward onto my toes again. Fought hard to maintain lockout, both calves cramped up hard, but failed. Next time




    Won 198 class, 40lb total PR, 90lb had I gotten my last deadlift.
    Bro that dead was as good as locked, I watched it on fb last night. Next time you'll get it no problem. It goes up easy as hell... I can only imagine the frustration. You got it next time man, easy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean1332 View Post
    Impressive man
    Quote Originally Posted by rob112 View Post
    Beastin it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by StephenGarcia View Post
    holy mother of ****, that's some really heavy weight.

    any specific tips for pulling a **** ton? (yes thats a unit of measure)
    Getting strong with good form, lol. Depends how good your form is (conventional or sumo), and the program you use for lower body strength.
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    annnnnnd he's less than 200..****in awesome
    lol barely under 200.
    Quote Originally Posted by Valdez View Post
    Bro that dead was as good as locked, I watched it on fb last night. Next time you'll get it no problem. It goes up easy as hell... I can only imagine the frustration. You got it next time man, easy

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    Thanks, next time like you said.

    Hopefully more like 650 the next time I step on a platform...
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    I just picked up a Titan Ram and have used it twice so far and love it. Helped my form as I had hoped.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean1332 View Post
    I just picked up a Titan Ram and have used it twice so far and love it. Helped my form as I had hoped.
    This was my first time trying it, I like it too.

    Just don't overuse it to keep that raw strength up, unless you're incredibly strong off the chest and weaker at lockout.
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    I used it the first time I got it to overload and a second just to see how it felt on incline. I don't intend to use it too often. It is nice though. I tried a slingshot back to back and the Ram was definetly better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean1332 View Post
    I used it the first time I got it to overload and a second just to see how it felt on incline. I don't intend to use it too often. It is nice though. I tried a slingshot back to back and the Ram was definetly better.
    Exactly, great overload addition and extra tri work.

    Good to know, I'm sure that would piss of Mark Bell, lol.
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    I have a sling shot and it is pretty sweet. I don't use it as a major lift apparatus, more just to overload after to try and get used to heavier weights. I am weak at the bottom so I don't use it as a primary.

    Kinda wish I would have seen the ram first though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rob112 View Post
    I have a sling shot and it is pretty sweet. I don't use it as a major lift apparatus, more just to overload after to try and get used to heavier weights. I am weak at the bottom so I don't use it as a primary.

    Kinda wish I would have seen the ram first though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NomZ View Post
    Nice, don't want to go down that route right now, too much school...Fasted2 servings Genomyx Protocol1 scoop Focus XTDeadlift+conventional135x5225x3315x336 5x1+sumo & suit bottoms405x3+belt455x1495x1545 x3+straps up595x1615x1Pin Squat 2" high+wide stance135x5225x5315x5315x5315x 5Highbar Goodmorning45x2045x2095x1595x15135x12
    Yeah it's a lot of school and can be draining but it'll be worth it when I'm done. Those deads are very impressive! You DL more then I can rack pull, lol! Those last two attempts looked like you were using the valsalva maneuver.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingjameskjf View Post
    Yeah it's a lot of school and can be draining but it'll be worth it when I'm done. Those deads are very impressive! You DL more then I can rack pull, lol! Those last two attempts looked like you were using the valsalva maneuver.
    lol thanks.

    I block, valsalva, for anything heavy. From 315 to 600, it helps. I generate the internal pressure, expand my abs into the belt, and hold onto all my air until I complete the rep or don't need it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NomZ View Post
    lol thanks.

    I block, valsalva, for anything heavy. From 315 to 600, it helps. I generate the internal pressure, expand my abs into the belt, and hold onto all my air until I complete the rep or don't need it.
    Never thought about actually pushing out into the belt with my abs but it makes sense for stabilization. I'm going to give that a shot this week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingjameskjf View Post
    Never thought about actually pushing out into the belt with my abs but it makes sense for stabilization. I'm going to give that a shot this week.
    Greater intra-abdominal internal pressure -> greater core stability.
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    115x1 -> x1
    115x1 -> x1


    Clean DL
    +DE speed, belt less & hook grip
    185x5
    275x5
    325x5
    325x5
    325x5
    325x5
    +belt
    365x5


    Put two blisters on my thumb from hook grip, then one tore, fuuuu.


    Seated Cable Row
    180x12
    180x12
    180x10
    180x10
    180x10


    Shoulder Prehab
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    Rower Warmup


    DB Bench
    +neutral grip
    45x20
    65x15
    85x12
    85x12
    60x14


    Pullup
    BWx15
    BWx14
    BWx12


    Lateral DB Raise
    20x20
    20x20
    20x15


    Tate Press
    20x3x25


    DB Curl
    25x20
    25x15
    25x15


    Dat hypertrophy and pump.
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    I never could get used to tate presses. I know they're good but man, not for me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingjameskjf View Post
    I never could get used to tate presses. I know they're good but man, not for me!
    Trying to find tri accessory work that doesn't irritate olecranon bursitis and tendonitis.
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    Fasted
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    Tried on an even smaller suit today, super old school suit and somehow even got the straps up when they were pinned for someone 5'5", hella tight.


    Squat
    +bottoms
    135x8
    135x5
    225x3
    315x3
    +belt
    405x3
    +straps up
    475x3 parallel
    515x1 high
    +light wraps over sweats
    545x2 high, lower but still high


    2hr break.


    DB Row
    90x20
    105x20
    105x20


    Donkey Calve Raise
    260x3x20




    Need to try my asics for geared squat, I feel pitched forward in the oly shoes and I have way too much forward lean. Next time.

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    Deadlift
    +conventional
    225x3
    225x3
    275x3
    315x3
    +belt
    365x3
    405x3
    455x3
    +sum0
    455x3
    455x3
    455x3


    Snatch
    +pocket
    45x3x3
    95x3x3
    +full hang
    115x3x2
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    Quote Originally Posted by NomZ View Post
    Fasted
    1 scoop FXT
    9g Citrulline Malate


    Deadlift
    +conventional
    225x3
    225x3
    275x3
    315x3
    +belt
    365x3
    405x3
    455x3
    +sum0
    455x3
    455x3
    455x3


    Snatch
    +pocket
    45x3x3
    95x3x3
    +full hang
    115x3x2
    awesome numbers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mack411 View Post
    awesome numbers!
    Thanks, this was pretty light for me though.

    Bench
    +CG
    45x2x20
    135x2x8
    +pause
    185x3
    225x3
    +2 board
    255x1
    +loose katana
    275x1 5 sec pause
    295x1 5 pause
    305x4x1 5 pause
    -gear and boards
    225x6 pause
    225x3 pause


    HS Row
    +around the horn grip
    100x15
    100x15
    100x15
    100x20
    100x15


    "Around the horn" is on the hammer strength rowing machine with the various grips (neutral/wide/narrow/high/etc), I start with the hardest working my way around the grips.
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    I had no idea you were so fuggin strong!
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