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2004/01/23 14:55:23 (permalink)
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what will your poundages be?

since january i have looked at my current lifts and hav made some guesses wot theyl be next year (some wishful thinking in there) they are:
excercise/current/next year
bench/210/250
squat/240/300 (hahaha)
deadlift/185/220+
front squat/160-170/200
clean and jerk/120/150
snatch/80/110

weather these will happen or not is questionable but its sumthing to aim for wot are u guys curent lifts and wot do u hope for?
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    trickyricky
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    RE: what will your poundages be? 2004/01/23 15:03:20 (permalink)
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    sorry -kg
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    RE: what will your poundages be? 2004/01/23 15:36:19 (permalink)
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    Im guessing you're a bench specialist. Not sure about the squat, 60kg is a lot in a year, especially considering the comparitive weakness of your deadlift. I think you'll probably be able to exceed your deadlift goal though.

    As far as im concerned my main goal for this year is to nail a 140kg bench (current 122.5kg). And deadlift between 220kg-240kg (current 200kg+)
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    RE: what will your poundages be? 2004/01/23 17:59:41 (permalink)
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    If I stick with the powerlifting I would hope for a 625 dead, 550 squat
    and a 375 bench by next January ...in lbs. With all the nagging pains etc
    associated with PL I may take a break and do some BB this Summer, just don't know yet.
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    RE: what will your poundages be? 2004/01/23 18:33:52 (permalink)
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    Deadlift 300kg - previous best 245kg
    Squat 250kg - previous best 210kg
    Overhead press 140kg - previous best 110kg
    Dip + 80kg - previous best 3x3 + 40kg
    Chin + 40kg - previous best 3x3 + 10kg
    Overhead squat 100kg - previous best 50kg
    Stay under 240 lbs (109kg) and stay natural!

    AL
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    RE: what will your poundages be? 2004/01/23 22:46:26 (permalink)
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    A year from now I want a 250kg deadlift on a thick bar, and a 140kg log clean and press.

    I think they are both realistic and attainable targets provided I stay clear of injury.
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    RE: what will your poundages be? 2004/01/24 05:31:48 (permalink)
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    quote:
    Originally posted by Big-AL

    Overhead press 140kg - previous best 110kg

    Is that a strict or push press Al?
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    RE: what will your poundages be? 2004/01/24 07:06:36 (permalink)
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    Push press i can assure you![xx(]

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    RE: what will your poundages be? 2004/01/24 11:25:01 (permalink)
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    Tell you what guys, if there is anyone motivated enough to nail those lifts it's TR! Some serious goals there mate, good luck...... I think you'll need to weigh more than 12.5st tho at least I fcuking hope so, you put me to shame!

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    trickyricky
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    RE: what will your poundages be? 2004/01/24 17:09:47 (permalink)
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    quote:
    Originally posted by Colin.A.

    A year from now I want a 250kg deadlift on a thick bar, and a 140kg log clean and press.

    I think they are both realistic and attainable targets provided I stay clear of injury.


    thatd be pretty smart mate, i had anouther crack on the log today and couldnt even clean it i think my timing was off or id forgoten how,any tips colin?

    yeah DV i rekon il hav2 put on a bit of weight so i'l be badgering u down the gym for tips on bulking up
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    RE: what will your poundages be? 2004/01/24 21:09:34 (permalink)
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    back squat is my main priority.
    currently 140kg, would like 180 ( four plates a side) for a few good reps.

    deadlift- 5 plates. currently 180kg.

    focussing on hamstring strength and squatting power
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    RE: what will your poundages be? 2004/01/24 22:54:32 (permalink)
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    quote:
    Originally posted by trickyricky

    quote:
    Originally posted by Colin.A.

    A year from now I want a 250kg deadlift on a thick bar, and a 140kg log clean and press.

    I think they are both realistic and attainable targets provided I stay clear of injury.


    thatd be pretty smart mate, i had anouther crack on the log today and couldnt even clean it i think my timing was off or id forgoten how,any tips colin?




    1 - Pull the log into your waist. Your legs should be bent and you should be leaning forward slightly.
    2 - Straighten your legs, drive your hips through, and bring the log explosively (with a light weight on the log my feet sometimes leave the floor as I "pop" the log up) up to your chest. If you have a gut here it makes life easier as you can "roll" the log a bit.

    If you are having problems "catching" the log at the top position you need to make sure that your elbows are high.

    You will soon get the hang of it.
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    RE: what will your poundages be? 2004/01/25 15:19:30 (permalink)
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    dec 2004 NOW

    snatch 135x1 105x2

    clean jerk 160x1 140x1

    cl pulls 190x3 160x5
    175x5

    deads 200x3 185x2
    215x1

    front sq 130x5 160x5 175x3
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