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Laurence Shahlaei
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2008/05/21 16:44:43 (permalink)
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My pb 365kg/803lbs Deadlift

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OqdtCiIj4w

I Know it wasnt amazing and i used straps but im still happy with it.
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    Ken Nowicki
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    RE: My pb 365kg/803lbs Deadlift 2008/05/21 16:50:55 (permalink)
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    Nice one Loz!

    Im going for a 300k dead in my Inzer Max DL tonight, so I'll have a video up later when I get it!
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    RE: My pb 365kg/803lbs Deadlift 2008/05/21 18:16:52 (permalink)
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    Well done and good luck both of you!
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    RE: My pb 365kg/803lbs Deadlift 2008/05/21 18:28:46 (permalink)
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    good work loz !!


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    RE: My pb 365kg/803lbs Deadlift 2008/05/21 18:32:49 (permalink)
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    good lifting
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    RE: My pb 365kg/803lbs Deadlift 2008/05/21 18:59:51 (permalink)
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    Great lift! 800lbs is a massive landmark straps or not!!

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    RE: My pb 365kg/803lbs Deadlift 2008/05/21 19:00:51 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: table tennis

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OqdtCiIj4w

    I Know it wasnt amazing and i used straps but im still happy with it.


    No - it's the 800 you said you'd get. That'll be Rob Frampton's Strength Tec. Go the Whey Boyz!!

     
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    RE: My pb 365kg/803lbs Deadlift 2008/05/21 19:57:02 (permalink)
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    Straps or not 800 is 800 and puts you on the short list Well done !
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    RE: My pb 365kg/803lbs Deadlift 2008/05/23 11:49:47 (permalink)
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    Well done mate, I have along way to go before I get to that!!!

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    RE: My pb 365kg/803lbs Deadlift 2008/05/23 13:04:25 (permalink)
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    800 is a great barrier to break though, straps or no straps! Nice one.

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    RE: My pb 365kg/803lbs Deadlift 2008/05/23 13:56:35 (permalink)
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    very impressive mate especially considering you are also defying gravity in a spiderman style

    can i ask if you joined the dark side in the end? obviously no problem if you dont want to answer i will take a non reply as 'its not something i want to talk about' rather than anything else.

    if you are still natural i would seriously think that must put you near the top of the pile of genuinely clean deadlifters.
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    RE: My pb 365kg/803lbs Deadlift 2008/05/23 15:47:47 (permalink)
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    Very impressive!

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    RE: My pb 365kg/803lbs Deadlift 2008/05/23 17:37:27 (permalink)
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    Top stuff Loz!

    I take it that the broken vertabrae are now ok?
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    RE: My pb 365kg/803lbs Deadlift 2008/05/23 17:57:54 (permalink)
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    Good work!
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    RE: My pb 365kg/803lbs Deadlift 2008/05/25 02:30:52 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: ihawk

    can i ask if you joined the dark side in the end?


    I think this is inappropriate question to ask someone who doesnt have the benefit of anonymity, and which could, prejudice future sponsorship and his public image.

    Take it to email, where I would suggest TT promptly ignores this, and any other related mail, regardless of his status.

    p.s Great lift
    post edited by DeepSquatter - 2008/05/25 02:40:59
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    RE: My pb 365kg/803lbs Deadlift 2008/05/25 10:15:56 (permalink)
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    I am inclined to agree. No matter how the question was answered someone would dispute it. Honesty in all things would be ideal but is not realistic in this day and age.

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    RE: My pb 365kg/803lbs Deadlift 2008/05/25 11:41:43 (permalink)
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    I totally agree! Absolutly out of order IMO.
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    RE: My pb 365kg/803lbs Deadlift 2008/05/25 12:08:06 (permalink)
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    all entitled to your own oppinions and its is a shame we cannot discuss use of gear more openly on here as it would be alot safer for everone using but afraid to say so for various reasons. use of steroids is not a negative and if you see it that way that is indeed your own problem. TT chose not to answer and thats fine for me as i said, i have been recently changing my view of just how strong people can get naturally and imo the differences are much less when compared to natural and no natural bodybuilders.

    see this thread from may 14th http://www.muscletalk.co.uk/m_2711116/tm.htm

    tbh i am dissinterested in what anyone thinks of my questions except TT if however i have caused him any offence i of course apologise.
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    Laurence Shahlaei
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    RE: My pb 365kg/803lbs Deadlift 2008/05/25 12:22:59 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: ihawk


    tbh i am dissinterested in what anyone thinks of my questions except TT if however i have caused him any offence i of course apologise.


    No offence coused at all mate.
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    RE: My pb 365kg/803lbs Deadlift 2008/05/25 16:45:14 (permalink)
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    Ihawk.............I wish there was more open discussion too, but it ain't going to happen!! It is part and parcel of our sport and most who use will deny it; its no great shakes really, just have plenty of salt to hand!!!

    I'm natural now and will be for a good while yet, but even I admit that I may turn to the dark side down the line.

    MT
    post edited by Monster T - 2008/05/25 19:05:13

    6ft 5", approx 22 stone. 

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