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Going hard on the calories eh?
Friday are 25hr awake days lol.
Getting under 215lbs went out the window, just feels like under eating at winter while trying to recover from hard workouts is not bright.
Right now just to be 220-221 lbs 1 week out will be sufficient so i can make the 100kg cap for the meet before getting up to 242's.
 
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Week 7/12 - Summary - training, diet and body weight.

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Everything felt good at the gym, felt like **** on daily basis. The effect of entering new intensity zone with 85% Deadlifts and 95+ % squats while keeping volume high. Light(er) week and then last heavy week at week 9. Going onwards.

Body Weight
Sunday 219.5lbs | Monday 220.75lbs | Tuesday 221.6lbs | Wednesday 221.1lbs | Thursday 218.75lbs | Friday 221.4lbs | Saturday 222.6lbs
Weekly Avg - 220.8lbs (+0.2lbs)
Lowest - 218.45lbs (+0.45lbs)

Like i said above, gave up on the idea on getting under 215lbs at almost 6'3 at the winter.
Being around maintenance until week 9 (0.2-0.4 lbs weight gain isn't really a weight gain per say) while keeping it under 222.6lbs (@ 3 weeks out) and then cut a bit while tapering to hopefully not be water cutting (even that 1-2 lbs of water cut is a joke, i just prefer not to). Ultimately i need to be at 242's but injuries made it non optimal to bulk up so i stayed at 220's.

Total weekly calorie intake - 26,300kcal
Daliy avg - 3,760kcal
 
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It probably matters least with deadlift-only compared to a full meet lifter, but there are essentially proven statistics now that tell us optimally eventual bodyweight classes, on average, for most lifters based on height.

As in, assuming you can build enough muscle without becoming excessively fat, eventually filling out the frame to compete in X class tends to produce the overall greatest competitive totals. This list was allegedly made in conjunction with Boris Sheiko:

Height(CM) Height(ft inch) Weight(KG) Weight (Lbs)
145 (+/- 3) 4'9" (+/- 1.2) 52 114.64
149 (+/- 3) 4'10" (+/- 1.2) 56 123.45
155 (+/- 2.5) 5'1" (+/- 1) 60 132.27
160 (+/- 2) 5'3" (+/- 0.8) 67.5 148.81
164 (+/- 2) 5'4" (+/ 0.8) 75 165.34
168 (+/- 2) 5'6" (+/ 0.8) 82.5 181.88
171 (+/- 2) 5'7" (+/ 0.8) 90 198.41
174.5 (+/- 2) 5'8" (+/ 0.8) 100 220.46
177.5 (+/- 2) 5'9" (+/ 0.8) 110 242.5
186.5 (+/- 6) 6'1" (+/ 2.4) 110+ 242.5+

For someone 5’10” like myself, I’m probably going to have the best odds of totaling elite at 110/242. Maybe 125/275. For 6’3”, that’s going to be a 275/308 lifter all day.

Obviously with deadlift gaining a belly starts to get in the way, but you around 260-275 again would probably eventually be a terrific spot for your biggest pulls ever.
 
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Squat & Deadlift training | week 8/12 session 1/2.

Lateral raises 2 X 50 X 22lbs, 2 X 25 X 33lbs, 2 X 12 X 45lbs
Cable tricep extension super set with Cable biceps curls 4 X 8/8 X "75"/"75"
Rope tricep extension super set with cable biceps curl 2 x 20/20 x "30"/"30", 2x 30/30 x "15"/"15"

Low bar squat
3x225lbs beltless super set jumps w/25lbs sand bag x3
3x275lbs super set jumps w/45lbs sandbag x3
3x315lbs super set jumps w/45lbs sandbag x3


Deadlift 3 X 1 X 395lbs

Thick & Wide grip pulldown 20x"90", 15x"90", 30x"60", 15x"60", 40x"45"
Kettlebell swings 1 X 50 X 40lbs
Back extensions 3 X 15 X 142lbs
Leg extension 0-1-2 tempo 3 x 10 x "64"
Leg curls 0-1-2 tempo 2 x 8 x "56"
Calf raises w/20kg sandbag 1 X 50
Plank 2 sets, side plank 1 set, birdogs, light stretching

Weights 85min, stretching 5min.

Went loco on accessories.
Lb squats had me with a serious glute pump, reinforced form mainly.
2 workouts left till the taper.
 
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It probably matters least with deadlift-only compared to a full meet lifter, but there are essentially proven statistics now that tell us optimally eventual bodyweight classes, on average, for most lifters based on height.

As in, assuming you can build enough muscle without becoming excessively fat, eventually filling out the frame to compete in X class tends to produce the overall greatest competitive totals. This list was allegedly made in conjunction with Boris Sheiko:

Height(CM) Height(ft inch) Weight(KG) Weight (Lbs)
145 (+/- 3) 4'9" (+/- 1.2) 52 114.64
149 (+/- 3) 4'10" (+/- 1.2) 56 123.45
155 (+/- 2.5) 5'1" (+/- 1) 60 132.27
160 (+/- 2) 5'3" (+/- 0.8) 67.5 148.81
164 (+/- 2) 5'4" (+/ 0.8) 75 165.34
168 (+/- 2) 5'6" (+/ 0.8) 82.5 181.88
171 (+/- 2) 5'7" (+/ 0.8) 90 198.41
174.5 (+/- 2) 5'8" (+/ 0.8) 100 220.46
177.5 (+/- 2) 5'9" (+/ 0.8) 110 242.5
186.5 (+/- 6) 6'1" (+/ 2.4) 110+ 242.5+

For someone 5’10” like myself, I’m probably going to have the best odds of totaling elite at 110/242. Maybe 125/275. For 6’3”, that’s going to be a 275/308 lifter all day.

Obviously with deadlift gaining a belly starts to get in the way, but you around 260-275 again would probably eventually be a terrific spot for your biggest pulls ever.
245-250 is the goal for 2023 bulk
250+ next year probably
 
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November 20th 2022
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November 21th 2022
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6,000kcal, 200g protein

Another ultra high calorie day because felt like my body was destroyed especially with this sleep schedule. No biggie going onwards.
 
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November 22th 2022
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A lot of stress regarding uni, lack of sleep and 4 days of not restricting calories, back on track today, (24th) water weight mostly gained.
 
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Squat & Deadlift training | week 8/12 session 2/2.

Lateral raises 1 X 50 X 20lbs, 1 X 25 X 30lbs, 1 X 12 X 40lbs
Rope tricep extension super set with cable biceps curl 2x 25/25 x "40"/"40"

Low bar squat
2x310lbs super set jumps w/18lbs KB x2
2x355lbs super set jumps w/18lbs KB x2
2x395lbs super set jumps w/18lbs KB x2


Deadlift 1 X 1 X 510lbs

Pull ups b.w. 20,12,10 reps
KB swings 1x20x75lbs
Back ext via GHR 2x25xb.w.
Leg ext 1x50x"40"
Leg curls 1x30x"45"
Calf raises w/22lbs KB 1x30
Plank 2 sets, side plank 1 set, birdogs, light stretching

70min weights, 5min stretching.
Overweight, under-recovery (sick, a lot of stress and lack of sleep). But training made me feel better and squats were easy, deadlift smooth (there is a bump on the platform so kinda got forward at the start but still made it my bitch lol).
27 days out, one last heavy workout (640-660 for 1-2) on tuesday (23 days out) and then time for recovery and making weight.
 
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Speedy pull! Wish we had a 75lb kettlebell! I have a 24kg/53lb in my garage and that’s all the gym has too.
 
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Felt good, speedy 500 pull, EZ 400 squat, jacked.

Body Weight
Sunday 220.4lbs | Monday 221.75lbs | Tuesday 224.6lbs | Wednesday 225.8lbs | Thursday 225.7lbs | Friday 223.7lbs | Saturday 224.4lbs
Weekly Avg - 223.75lbs (+2.95lbs)
Lowest - 218.45lbs (+1.95lbs)

Got sick, very stressed, under sleeped, over ate.
Only up from here, probably life+over training wk6.
Gained water weight, 3 weeks to get back to 100kg cutting range (222.6lbs avg weight on week 11 would be perfect).

Total weekly calorie intake - 31,150kcal
Daliy avg - 4,450kcal
 
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3,100kcal, 80g protein

Sick with the cold, pseudo ephedrine and paracetamol killed my appetite and couldn't have my morning shake (400kcal, 80g protein) or dinner. Ate some yogurt and drank some hot chocolate and had a nap...
 
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Squat & Deadlift training | week 9/12 session 1/1.

Lateral raises 1 X 50 X 22lbs, 1 X 25 X 33lbs, 1 X 12 X 44lbs, 2 X 6 X 55lbs
Rope tricep extension super set with cable biceps curl 2x 25/25 x "40"/"40"

Low bar squat
1x12x45lbs beltless super set w/bw jump x2
1x8x135lbs belteless super set w/bw jump x2
1x4x225lbs super set w/25lbs sandbag jump x2
1x2x315lbs super set w/25lbs sandbag jump x2
1x1x405lbs super set w/45lbs sandbag jump x2
1 X 1 X 471lbs super set w/45lbs sandbag jump x2

Deadlift 1 X 2 X 666lbs

Thick wide grip pulldowns 10x"80", 8x"104", 6x"120"
KB swings 1x50x40lbs
Back ext w/142lbs 1x15
Leg ext 2x15x"72"
Leg curls 1x10x"64"
Calf raises w/45lbs sandbag 1x50
Plank 2 sets, side plank 1 set, birdogs, light stretching

95min weight training, 10min stretching.
Last heavy deadlift, put every bit of emotion to pull this off.
On 4 hours of sleep, 6 hrs straight of lectures, less then 1000kcal in me and sick and dehydrated.
Went surprisingly well, the "new form" is less explosive so weight "feel" heavier but my ability to "grind" is better which results in smother max efforts.
Asked gym owner for video he took a photo by accident lol.
Heres the 2 reps (you can see 1st the clip is on, second the clip fell off).
Now its time to rest, deadlifts will taper down from 580-550. 23 days out.
Going from LB squats to 40" box squats and focusing on accessories/bodybuilding.

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Idk why but I stopped getting updates on this thread, anyone quit or die yet?

Hows everything going so far
 
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Damn man, 666 for a double is nearly as impressive as 700 for a single to me (and I put everything on 1RM strength). It’s so brutally hard to pull a double over 90%! Way to persevere.

Now understand that given your suboptimal recovery and substantial fatigue debt you’ve built up being sick, school, this giant psyched up pull, this taper is going to be longer/require more rest to peak in 23 days. If you have to cut more out of the coming weeks than expected, that is just fine. You have done all you need to ensure you will pull 700, provided you don’t do too much from here on or get hurt.

Also, nice shirt

Idk why but I stopped getting updates on this thread, anyone quit or die yet?

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See previous post
 
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Damn man, 666 for a double is nearly as impressive as 700 for a single to me (and I put everything on 1RM strength). It’s so brutally hard to pull a double over 90%! Way to persevere.

Now understand that given your suboptimal recovery and substantial fatigue debt you’ve built up being sick, school, this giant psyched up pull, this taper is going to be longer/require more rest to peak in 23 days. If you have to cut more out of the coming weeks than expected, that is just fine. You have done all you need to ensure you will pull 700, provided you don’t do too much from here on or get hurt.

Also, nice shirt



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Yep that's beast mode lol. I don't have great leverage for the deadlift but I was happy with my 425x3 after my boxing workout today, until I saw 660x2 and now I just feel like I got kicked in the dick lol
 
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Yep that's beast mode lol. I don't have great leverage for the deadlift but I was happy with my 425x3 after my boxing workout today, until I saw 660x2 and now I just feel like I got kicked in the dick lol
More than 50% more weight lol
 
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Honestly I haven't pulled over 500 in a few years unless you count a hex bar and I've never pulled 600 so 🤷o well lol
 
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Depends how you look at it....

425x3=1275
660x2=1320

Just a little different

I'm hot on his trail
Sure, everyone knows squatting 1lb for 1,000 reps is the same as squatting a grand

The sad thing is there are really people who try to cope with this kind of bro-logic.
 
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Sure, everyone knows squatting 1lb for 1,000 reps is the same as squatting a grand

The sad thing is there are really people who try to cope with this kind of bro-logic.
I actually had someone the other day tell me that benching 185x10-12 was about the same as 315x6, I just said ya, I bet.

But, can you do 1000 reps with 1lb?

I definitely can't. I don't think I can raise my hand 1000 times lol
 
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I actually had someone the other day tell me that benching 185x10-12 was about the same as 315x6, I just said ya, I bet.

But, can you do 1000 reps with 1lb?

I definitely can't. I don't think I can raise my hand 1000 times lol
Yeah 1,000 bodyweight squats to depth straight would be pretty nuts, but you get the idea
 
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Damn man, 666 for a double is nearly as impressive as 700 for a single to me (and I put everything on 1RM strength). It’s so brutally hard to pull a double over 90%! Way to persevere.

Now understand that given your suboptimal recovery and substantial fatigue debt you’ve built up being sick, school, this giant psyched up pull, this taper is going to be longer/require more rest to peak in 23 days. If you have to cut more out of the coming weeks than expected, that is just fine. You have done all you need to ensure you will pull 700, provided you don’t do too much from here on or get hurt.

Also, nice shirt



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Yes now its time to recover.
550ish deadlift for a single on next thursday (2 weeks out)
Then 450ish deadlift for a single (1week out)

Week 10 would be mainly deload
Week 11 would push bodybuilding and box squats (up to 495ish above parallel) a little bit but not too much.
Week 12 (meet week) dealod.

Also right now im on what you called "just anti aging doses" (250 test, 20 var) lol.
Werk 10 would be only test.
Week 11 would add in Tren A and Superdrol.
 
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It probably matters least with deadlift-only compared to a full meet lifter, but there are essentially proven statistics now that tell us optimally eventual bodyweight classes, on average, for most lifters based on height.

As in, assuming you can build enough muscle without becoming excessively fat, eventually filling out the frame to compete in X class tends to produce the overall greatest competitive totals. This list was allegedly made in conjunction with Boris Sheiko:

Height(CM) Height(ft inch) Weight(KG) Weight (Lbs)
145 (+/- 3) 4'9" (+/- 1.2) 52 114.64
149 (+/- 3) 4'10" (+/- 1.2) 56 123.45
155 (+/- 2.5) 5'1" (+/- 1) 60 132.27
160 (+/- 2) 5'3" (+/- 0.8) 67.5 148.81
164 (+/- 2) 5'4" (+/ 0.8) 75 165.34
168 (+/- 2) 5'6" (+/ 0.8) 82.5 181.88
171 (+/- 2) 5'7" (+/ 0.8) 90 198.41
174.5 (+/- 2) 5'8" (+/ 0.8) 100 220.46
177.5 (+/- 2) 5'9" (+/ 0.8) 110 242.5
186.5 (+/- 6) 6'1" (+/ 2.4) 110+ 242.5+

For someone 5’10” like myself, I’m probably going to have the best odds of totaling elite at 110/242. Maybe 125/275. For 6’3”, that’s going to be a 275/308 lifter all day.

Obviously with deadlift gaining a belly starts to get in the way, but you around 260-275 again would probably eventually be a terrific spot for your biggest pulls ever.
Being 5'9" myself I find these numbers frustrating although likely accurate lol
 
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Being 5'9" myself I find these numbers frustrating although likely accurate lol
This is general sizing required for best odds to perform an elite total. As in, the top 1% of a weightclass in a competitive sport.

Not top 1% of the general population, but rather of an already objectively strong population. The 1% of the 1%.
 

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