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Old 07-26-2009, 12:54 AM   #71
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Great DEADLIFT Jonson ! 210kg ! Go for the 250kg now !!!! You made super progress since the first page's PRs.

Only the BP is weaker, I guess it's due to your morphology (long arms ?). Now I see what you meant by a "standard routine" working well !

I'll follow your progression with great interest. Your rate of progress is amazing on, especially on the DL! Not stopped by overtraining, strong stimulation... fine ! But my One Rep Training won't lose to your standard routine
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Old 07-26-2009, 03:46 AM   #72
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Great DEADLIFT Jonson ! 210kg ! Go for the 250kg now !!!! You made super progress since the first page's PRs.

Only the BP is weaker, I guess it's due to your morphology (long arms ?). Now I see what you meant by a "standard routine" working well !

I'll follow your progression with great interest. Your rate of progress is amazing on, especially on the DL! Not stopped by overtraining, strong stimulation... fine ! But my One Rep Training won't lose to your standard routine
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My BP is weaker? What weaker than my DL which it should be or Weaker since the beggining of my journal?
Your right my arms are long, and I'd be the first to admit my Bench is pathetic
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Old 08-02-2009, 12:25 AM   #73
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I said weaker because for most people the BP is around 60% of the DL but if you have very long arms (or the contrary, short arms and big chest) it can change the proportions. Anyway I'm sure you'll continue to progress and lift 150kg one day
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I said weaker because for most people the BP is around 60% of the DL but if you have very long arms (or the contrary, short arms and big chest) it can change the proportions. Anyway I'm sure you'll continue to progress and lift 150kg one day
Your right with my DL my BP should be higher , if you look at other guys who can DL 400+ their BP is usually 250+.
I have got long arms, although not very long and a small chest which dont help
My BP is moving, I also set a triple PR on wednesday which was a kilo heavier than last time and moved up easier!
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Old 08-02-2009, 07:54 AM   #75
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LOL @ the DL to BP conversion theory posted above....

Seriously though: solid training, J. Keep it up
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LOL @ the DL to BP conversion theory posted above....

Seriously though: solid training, J. Keep it up
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Your BP is a little low comparitively but thats mostly because your DL is F*cking awesome! Also, it leaves alot of room for PRs on the BP. lol

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Old 08-30-2009, 03:42 AM   #78
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Little update, I have now done 6 weeks training under Wesley's supervision and have had continuous progress on every exercise.
Wesley has me training 4 days a week on an ME/RE set up, Also I have been doing light cardio on my off days, but will hopefully be starting some GPP this week.
Calories have been about 4000 , I was between 208-211lbs at the start now im around the 203-205lb mark and have lost 1/2 inch off my waist.
Heres where my lifts are at

Squat 152.5k x3
Deadlift 205k x3
Bench 88k x3

These are all triple PR's, So far happy with the progress,

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!!! Great Progress, from 210 to 3x205kg ! Probably a max around 220-230kg now !!! The BP is getting stronger too ! Well done man !

>250kg DL in 2010 for you
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That Wesley knows how to make a bloke real strong doesnt he!! I look forward to resigning back up with him, your deadlift is nuts btw J.Keep up the great work mate.

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