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Old 05-25-2006, 02:23 PM
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Hello Everyone
I love to exchange new information on anything that involves weight training. I am 42 years old. I am originaly from Vincennes Indiana. I spent 12 years in the Air Force. I was a correctional officer for the state if Indiana for 5 years, a correctional officer for the Feds for 2 and have been working for the Feds as an inmate accounts clerk for 5. I started hitting the weights back in high school in 1980. I started out just trying to put on a little size and the passion is still growing strong. My favorite area to train in triceps and legs.
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5'11''
270lbs
38'' waist
Im not sure what my chest back is.
I love to hit my hams first then stoke up on squats usually
I peak at 545 for a nice set of 6.
I love bent rows usually hitting 355 for 5
My goal is to just keep training as long as I can, gain a little and enjoy the
gym experiance.

My favorite old timer is the Blond Bomber Dave Draper.

I think lifting is a processing of continually learning new ideas and sensations.

Glad to be on board!

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Old 05-25-2006, 02:37 PM
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I peak at 545 for a nice set of 6.
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Old 05-25-2006, 03:56 PM
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Welcome!
Sorry folks,
I ment to say I hit the squat at a peak wieght of 545 for 6. I always try to get as low as possible.
I was hitting 6 45s and a 35 on the smith incline but I backed off about 20lbs so normally I stay with the quarters and 45s.
WhenI first started I used nothing but free wieghts (basicaly because thats all I had.) But, because allot of people are not the greatest spotters I use the Smith Machine for my incline presses and military presses.
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I think lifting is a processing of continually learning new ideas and sensations.
Perhaps someday you'll live up to our expectations. You want to learn, yet shoot anything that moves or anything that's not a 5 day bodybuilder split. tsk tsk...
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