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2018-03-30 00:54:19 UTC

Nice man great lifts for that weight. Im 170-175 too

2018-03-30 00:54:53 UTC

Im doing 5x5 pretty much. How much would you recommend to move up in weight each week

2018-03-30 00:55:01 UTC

Like 10 lbs?

2018-03-30 00:59:54 UTC
2018-03-30 01:06:58 UTC

@Pat-MA Depends, honestly. Bench 5 lbs, squat/deadlift 10.

2018-03-30 01:07:01 UTC

That's what I do, anyways

2018-03-30 01:26:29 UTC


2018-03-30 01:30:35 UTC


2018-03-30 02:36:38 UTC

I'm 180 atm and if I'm doing my linear progression I try for 10 lbs every lifting session til stall, then drop down by a certain percentage and build back up/repeat.

2018-03-30 02:53:32 UTC

Im about 245-250, i mostly work in the 1-3 reps per set range and my top set increases by about 10lbs per week until I try a new 1rm

2018-03-30 15:55:31 UTC

Front squatted 365 yesterday weight 162lbs

2018-03-30 15:57:31 UTC

Also pulled 405 for five off a deficit beltless. Nice to be closer to my 2.5x bw goal on front squats and just fucking around with my friend in the gym was good for a chill recovery(ish) day

2018-03-30 17:13:11 UTC

@here I'm thinking of getting a home gym by combining a squat rack like this https://www.roguefitness.com/sml-1-rogue-70-monster-lite-squat-stand?prod_id=48369&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIrqKGm7iU2gIVxEwNCh3TcwmeEAQYAiABEgKuVPD_BwE and some sort of deadlift platform and bumper plates. My main concern is that this will all sit on wood floors in an apartment I rent, so I want to minimize any wear and tear to the apartment. All the things I'm looking at are freestanding, but I know the base of squat rack will be pressing into the floor. Any tips on how to minimize possible damage? Would a rug be enough? Should I get some rubber pads to put underneath the squat rack base? I'd appreciate any insights or experience people have with this.

2018-03-30 17:24:37 UTC

Why risk bringing all that into an apartment when you can get a cheap gym membership?

2018-03-30 17:24:48 UTC

Serious question, not trying to be an ass.

2018-03-30 17:25:53 UTC

I'd say at the very minimum you would need that thick rubber material that most gyms put over the cement floor, and then in addition to that you would have the wood platform on top.

2018-03-30 17:26:41 UTC

You could get away with a bench press setup with an apartment obviously but I wouldn't deadlift that's for sure.

2018-03-30 17:32:53 UTC

@BryceB-ND Thanks a lot for the feedback. I'm thinking about a homegym setup because my work schedule makes it difficult to get to the gym or get the full workout I want over the work week.

2018-03-30 17:34:09 UTC

True. Sometimes the motivation with parking and traffic is enough to make one skip a workout.

2018-03-30 17:38:44 UTC

Would be awesome to have that home setup, to me the risk seems to outweigh the postive.

2018-03-30 17:39:12 UTC

Sam, yeah it takes me about 30-45 minutes one way to get to the gym. I know it sounds crazy but in to get free barbells (i.e. not a smith machine) in NYC you need to find a dedicated gym. Something I've been banging my head with for a while.

2018-03-30 17:40:35 UTC

Yeah @BryceB-ND it's an idea I've been toying with for a while. After some googling and finding the above squat rack, before it seemed impossible and now it seems remotely feasible .

2018-03-30 17:40:40 UTC

The other thing too, is that for most, exercising ebbs and flows as far as motivation is concerned, and if you ever hit a wall with your training/get bored/take a break, it's going to be an eye sore sitting in your apartment.

2018-03-30 17:40:44 UTC

Just as a side thought I guess.

2018-03-30 17:40:58 UTC

Not an eyesore, but take up a lot of space.

2018-03-30 17:42:11 UTC

@BryceB-ND absolutely something to consider yeah. That's why I'm willing to pay ( I guess, within reason) for whatever the most ergonomic/compact/foldable design engineered is

2018-03-30 17:51:17 UTC

Pullups are awesome man. Do not neglect the pullup bar

2018-03-30 18:01:54 UTC

@Chris B regupol aktiv flooring an option?

2018-03-30 18:31:15 UTC

@Deleted User Looking at it now, I can certainly lay it on top of the flooring. It does look like it might be the right find of floor padding I might want, was that what you were thinking? I can't tear up the floor or bolt into it (or the walls) but can put anything freestanding on top of it.

2018-03-30 19:45:21 UTC

Yeah. I have it and it works really well @ThisIsChris

2018-03-30 21:28:18 UTC
2018-03-31 00:53:33 UTC

So about 6 months ago my gym closed and the only option I have within an hour driving is a planet fitness. I hate going there. They have no bars to use for dead lifts or bench. You have to use that cable squat rack deal and I hate it. Since the bar only moves up and down on a track system I feel like a fag when I use it lol. With that said I'm thinking about setting up a home gym. Any of you guys know where to get good but not break the bank expensive equipment. I have found the guy who owned my old gyms email and I'm hoping I can buy some equipment off him but I'm not holding my breathe.

2018-03-31 00:56:21 UTC

lots of people try to buy home gyms but it doesn't work out, leaving them with nearly new equipment that they're just trying to get rid of

2018-03-31 00:56:32 UTC

so, look wherever that would be

2018-03-31 00:56:55 UTC

idk probly something on ebay, Craigslist, hell even Facebook

2018-03-31 00:57:03 UTC

don't they have a thing for that

2018-03-31 01:03:59 UTC

idk if this is any good, but i just googled for like 3 seconds

2018-03-31 01:15:34 UTC

@Deleted User "lots of people try to buy home gyms but it doesn't work out, leaving them with nearly new equipment that they're just trying to get rid of" any idea what difficulties people run into doing this? since I'm strongly considering it I want to know possible pitfalls as well

2018-03-31 01:17:10 UTC

just like, apartment space, girlfriend moves in, doesn't lift anymore, landlord said no, etc

2018-03-31 01:17:20 UTC

random life issues

2018-03-31 01:17:41 UTC

nothing you'd be running into I don't think

2018-03-31 01:17:56 UTC

just saying there's lots of used stuff out there

2018-03-31 01:34:52 UTC

Thanks @Deleted User I'm just worried there's some secret "you have to constantly oil your squat rack" or "you have to take it out for walks" or some other huge overhead that's not obvious besides the space

2018-03-31 01:38:04 UTC

i don't own a power rack, just a bench, but the only upkeep I really do is keep my bar clean

2018-03-31 01:38:45 UTC

I do have a bit of metal grind that could be addressed where the bar meets the rack though

2018-03-31 01:39:15 UTC

googling that now

2018-03-31 01:42:20 UTC

Yeah I guess there are some oils you can use

2018-04-01 01:42:48 UTC

I've tried all of the local re sale places like Craigslist and Facebook. The only stuff I can find is the cheap stuff. This is stuff the wife and I will both use so I can spend extra money to get some good stuff lol. It is funny how if the wife is interested it is spare no expense lol.

2018-04-01 04:39:17 UTC

@JesseJames haha. Yes I am finding similar to you the second hand stuff is mostly cheap stuff. I will probably go with the Rogue website, where you can bundle everything you need together into a single deal: rack, bar, guards, bench, and plates.

2018-04-01 04:55:34 UTC

@JesseJames#9618 I accumulated my home gym equipment over time, all from Craigslist.

Everything you need won't be for sale at once.

I bought plates when available, a bench, a power rack, 3 barbells, a pullup/dip station. all for about $400 all together.

2018-04-01 04:56:00 UTC

If you have the time to buy stuff piecemeal, that could be an option.

2018-04-01 05:39:34 UTC

Oh wow 400 is way cheaper than I imagined I'd spend. I've seen photos of yours @Tyler0317 so I know it is nice. Maybe I need to focus of buying piece by piece. I was more focused on buying full sets at once.

2018-04-02 17:26:17 UTC

I would love to have a home gym, but $400 is about 5 years membership at my gym. I can walk to my gym though so it's pretty convenient.

2018-04-03 23:41:19 UTC

Not like it's anything impressive, but I pr'd 245 on bench today 😁

2018-04-03 23:41:47 UTC

making my way up

2018-04-03 23:47:31 UTC


2018-04-03 23:59:35 UTC
2018-04-04 00:21:26 UTC

Nice dude. How much do you weigh

2018-04-04 00:27:31 UTC
2018-04-04 00:29:16 UTC


2018-04-04 01:15:58 UTC

Thats good man at least you can do 60 more lbs than your bodyweight

2018-04-04 03:41:48 UTC

Congrats @Deleted User

2018-04-04 04:41:29 UTC

@JesseJames How's the hunt going? I've pretty much picked out all the equipment I'll get for our home gym. I'm spending several days on some spring cleaning now to plan it out and get ready for it. The centerpiece is a Rogue S-4 (along with bar, bench, mat, safety arms, bumper plates and bumper plates stand). If you're not as space constrained as I am then the SML-2 with pull-up bar looks totally worth it.

2018-04-04 20:48:32 UTC

I haven't been training my pullups this cycle, but I figured I'd see where I'm at

2018-04-04 20:48:47 UTC

I got 20 pullups in

2018-04-04 20:48:58 UTC

Not too bad

2018-04-04 20:49:06 UTC

for 185 bw

2018-04-06 03:48:07 UTC

I have a home setup with a powerrack but all you really need is a barbell and weights. That is it. You can get crazy strong on all the major excercises with just a bar bell. Cleaning the bar for ohp or front squat is how old timers in the 50s got strong. You only need the rack for 1rm bench work or low bar squats that you can't bail out of. Don't stress about equipment. One advice i would give is to buy a new bar. You do not want a bent bar. Sometimes used bars are bent because some asshat was doing rack pulls with them. What happens when you get heavy and you start getting that whip in the bar, the bar can roll in your hands and slip out. It is not something you can see but it can hurt you. I have used this bar for years from Amazon.

2018-04-06 12:38:15 UTC
2018-04-07 04:56:29 UTC

Banded face pulls are my new lover 😚

2018-04-07 04:57:02 UTC

too op an exercise not to do

2018-04-07 04:57:32 UTC

445 3x3 Deadlifts, no chalk/strap/belt

2018-04-07 04:57:41 UTC


2018-04-07 04:57:56 UTC

damn suoni

2018-04-07 04:58:52 UTC

What's your strongest pull

2018-04-07 04:59:09 UTC


2018-04-07 04:59:31 UTC

Conventional. And I've hit 500 before.

2018-04-07 04:59:51 UTC


2018-04-07 05:00:12 UTC

my strongest is defo behind the back

2018-04-07 05:00:18 UTC

leverages are weird that way

2018-04-07 05:00:37 UTC

I did 405 back in 2017

2018-04-07 05:01:05 UTC

which wasn't too hard, but granted then my conventional wasn't even 350

2018-04-07 05:01:30 UTC

I should have a conventional now of 405 when I finish this cycle

2018-04-07 05:01:45 UTC

Am stronk πŸ’ͺ🏻

2018-04-07 05:02:21 UTC

Honestly though once you figure out how to maximize your glutes and hammies deadlift is pretty easy imo

2018-04-07 05:02:34 UTC

Doesn't kill my knee like squatting does as well

2018-04-07 05:03:01 UTC

yeah I've engrained alot better muscle recruitment this time around

2018-04-07 05:03:13 UTC

Actually feeling my glutes

2018-04-07 05:03:54 UTC

Mental muscle recruitment is far from a meme

2018-04-07 05:04:08 UTC

my legs make it so there isnt a difference between a stiff leg dl and a normal dl

2018-04-07 05:04:21 UTC

I always picture my glutes and hams doing all the work, save for the last bit where I lean back

2018-04-07 05:04:21 UTC

well, hardly much a difference

2018-04-07 05:04:44 UTC

How do you set up? That can make a difference as well

2018-04-07 05:05:20 UTC

I've done a LOT of research on my Deadlift, as it used to be my worst and most dreaded exercise

2018-04-07 05:05:41 UTC

Now that I've figured things out, squats have regained that title

2018-04-07 05:06:02 UTC

squats will never agree with my femur length

2018-04-07 05:06:17 UTC

My knee is the biggest thing, tbh

2018-04-07 05:06:30 UTC

I start hitting 400+ and my knee feels like it's on fire

2018-04-07 05:06:33 UTC

I need wraps

2018-04-07 05:06:40 UTC


2018-04-07 05:07:12 UTC

The only thing I know about having healthy knees is not letting quads overtake your hammies

2018-04-07 05:07:25 UTC

so it doesn't pull your patella around out of place

2018-04-07 05:08:33 UTC

I pretty much don't have a meniscus nor a good chunk of cartilage in my knee

2018-04-07 05:08:44 UTC


2018-04-07 05:08:47 UTC

Tends to cause a lot of stability issues

2018-04-07 05:09:02 UTC

Plus a lot of inflammation there

2018-04-07 05:09:06 UTC

mine clicks, cause I didn't treat it right for awhile

2018-04-07 05:09:22 UTC

Yeah I've no advice to help you there haha

2018-04-07 05:10:12 UTC

Just got a shitty surgeon to do my survey, lol

2018-04-07 05:10:26 UTC

Told me it was going to be a minor fix prior

2018-04-07 05:11:14 UTC

Next thing I know in the post op he's like "Yeah turns out it was a lot more damaged than we thought it was gonna be. But don't worry, it'll feel like new in 6 months!"

2018-04-07 05:11:26 UTC

3 1/2 years later I'm still waiting

2018-04-07 05:11:50 UTC


2018-04-07 05:12:46 UTC

To be fair though, should've expected that it was bad. Most people when they tear their meniscus can often continue to compete and lift for quite some time, even up to the day of their surgery. I put any weight on it or if my knee twisted the slightest it was enough to put me on the ground.

2018-04-07 05:13:08 UTC


2018-04-07 05:13:12 UTC

that's shit

2018-04-07 05:13:47 UTC

Making me really want to treat mine right now haha

2018-04-07 05:14:08 UTC

Lol you should be fine. TRUST ME, you'll know when it's bad lol

2018-04-07 05:15:00 UTC

Also, I think it got so bad because I tore it on a Monday pretty bad, but continued playing until the last few bits of the game on Friday where I was cut several times by a Tight End.

2018-04-07 05:15:12 UTC

I used to use way to much quad and no posterior chain when squatting , that's what caused whatever little damage I have rn

2018-04-07 05:15:39 UTC

right, gotta rest shit

2018-04-07 05:16:03 UTC

when I fucked up my foot, I nursed the hell out of it for like a month

2018-04-07 05:16:20 UTC

now I'm kicking harder than before with it :)

2018-04-07 05:16:30 UTC

don't kick metal poles

2018-04-07 05:18:07 UTC

I'll stick to getting my tongue frozen on them lol

2018-04-07 05:25:56 UTC


2018-04-07 05:26:00 UTC

the real suomi

2018-04-07 21:36:42 UTC


2018-04-07 21:37:24 UTC

I think I have lowbar down now. 4 weeks of 10x10 really helped. Pulled 455 sumo the other day so might make the switch (gasp) idk yet

2018-04-07 21:37:24 UTC

Lots of volume lol

2018-04-07 21:37:28 UTC

Damn wtf at those reps

2018-04-07 21:37:41 UTC

Cardio for days

2018-04-07 21:37:50 UTC

For a powerliftwr I do volume blocks so I don’t have to run

2018-04-07 21:38:23 UTC

Or run as much*. Slowly building back down to strength. Hoping this helps me finally break 500 squat

2018-04-07 21:38:29 UTC

Powerwalking crew checking in

2018-04-07 21:38:39 UTC

If you're pushing those numbers you're doing something right obviously.

2018-04-07 21:38:41 UTC

Nice numbers.

2018-04-07 21:39:24 UTC

Thanks, next week I go to 5x10. Hoping to run that to 365 then deload and hit some strength blocks

2018-04-07 21:40:07 UTC

>tfw want to lift heavy but also be cut

2018-04-07 21:40:25 UTC

I eagerly await bulk season

2018-04-07 21:43:28 UTC


2018-04-07 21:43:37 UTC

I have a good copypasta

2018-04-09 00:25:05 UTC

This cold snap were having is killing my gym time.

2018-04-09 00:26:26 UTC

Garage gym and 35 degrees=gym cucking

-5 Aryan points for me

2018-04-09 01:18:10 UTC

Take cold showers and build cold tolerance

2018-04-09 01:19:56 UTC

literaly just go outside in the cold more

2018-04-09 01:20:07 UTC

and wear relatively warm enough clothes

2018-04-09 01:20:29 UTC

you'll find once you get started, you'll be wanting to take layers off instead

2018-04-09 14:25:15 UTC

Ya I start every workout in 3 layers, hoodie over sweatshirt over shirt. Then sweats over shorts. After two warmups I’m gtg. I walk to my gym tho

2018-04-09 17:52:24 UTC


2018-04-09 17:52:33 UTC

This is not normal

2018-04-09 17:53:07 UTC

So far April is a bust, I hate running on the treadmill

2018-04-09 18:36:56 UTC

just put clothes on 😁

2018-04-09 21:02:38 UTC

White people run in the snow

2018-04-09 21:29:22 UTC

It gets really icy and I don't want to fall

2018-04-10 00:14:16 UTC

>Phone died so now have to wait for it to charge back up so I can listen to my music while lifting


2018-04-10 00:15:52 UTC


2018-04-10 00:16:08 UTC
2018-04-10 00:21:55 UTC

I'm just gonna binge watch Metapocalypse until it's changed

2018-04-10 00:22:10 UTC

Just found the whole series on Hulu

2018-04-10 00:22:52 UTC

You shouldn't need music if you're truly dedicated to gains...

2018-04-10 00:25:34 UTC

I'd rather not listen to people speaking Spanish while I'm listening @The Huwhyte Ulf - VA

2018-04-10 00:37:01 UTC

any cues to protect the low back on deadlifts? gets harder as I move up in weight

2018-04-10 00:43:32 UTC

@Pat-MA My motto is if you're feeling it in your back, you're not doing it right. Focus more on using your legs and keep your chest up

2018-04-10 00:44:01 UTC

but you definitely will feel it in your lower back to an extent though right?

2018-04-10 00:46:13 UTC

To an extent, yes, but I fix it by proper stretching prior and after the workout

2018-04-10 00:46:49 UTC

Focus on strengthening your lower back if you're having a lot of issues

2018-04-10 00:47:17 UTC

I feel it in my low back a good amount. It doesnt hurt or anything

2018-04-10 00:47:28 UTC

Also, try doing hex bar deadlifts if regular deadlifts are bothering you too much

2018-04-10 00:47:36 UTC

isnt that the same thing as a squat though

2018-04-10 00:56:01 UTC

Benedikt Magnusson told us at a seminar to lean back like you're almost falling backwards, then pull

2018-04-10 00:56:09 UTC

It saves strain on the back

2018-04-10 00:56:38 UTC

Unless you're doing sumo, in which case only God can help you

2018-04-10 00:57:10 UTC

Not really, IMO. @Pat-MA

2018-04-10 00:59:19 UTC

Appreciate it boys

2018-04-11 12:54:54 UTC

Hex bar I feel in my glutes like a mofo. I work up to 4 sets of 5 then halve the plate number and go for 20

2018-04-15 18:37:49 UTC

Last night I had my first workout on my new home gym. It was magical. I did squats, bench press, deadlift, and overhead press.

2018-04-15 21:40:18 UTC

All of the essentials^

2018-04-15 22:38:12 UTC

@ThisIsChris awesome bro. I'll add you to the list of guys I'm jealous of haha

2018-04-16 14:52:36 UTC

@ThisIsChris Nice. I'm jealous of the home gym as well. One day I'll be as cool as you. πŸ‹

2018-04-20 00:13:27 UTC


2018-04-20 01:27:27 UTC

@Deleted User Narrow foot placement too, that makes it even more impressive!

2018-04-20 01:28:56 UTC

the deadlift isn't the impressive part for him at all

2018-04-20 01:29:15 UTC

this lad deadlifts 880 btb

2018-04-20 02:00:06 UTC

I swear the hardest part about deadlifting heavy isn't the actual lift, but getting all those damn plates off after you're already exhausted.

2018-04-20 02:18:43 UTC


2018-04-20 02:18:58 UTC

half the workout is always loading the bar

2018-04-20 02:19:21 UTC

Sometimes I just leave it

2018-04-21 14:31:27 UTC

Come on, @Deleted User! Don't leave the weight out.

2018-04-21 17:35:03 UTC

It's in my home so idgaf πŸ˜…

2018-04-21 20:36:54 UTC

Well, that changes everything. In that case, that allows everyone who visits to see how strong you are. πŸ’ͺ

2018-04-21 20:41:59 UTC

true, true haha

2018-04-23 20:09:07 UTC

You *did* do your squats today... Right, Anon?

2018-04-23 20:18:38 UTC


2018-04-23 20:57:16 UTC

Deadlifts over squats any day

2018-04-23 20:57:51 UTC


2018-04-23 23:50:25 UTC

Fucked up my knee the other day and hyperextendeded it real badly. Getting an MRI Wednesday but it looks like I'll be benching 4x a week for the foreseeable future. πŸ‡«

2018-04-23 23:52:13 UTC


2018-04-24 00:28:05 UTC

@Nick-NJ sorry to hear that. how did it happen?

2018-04-24 03:16:38 UTC


2018-04-24 16:38:15 UTC

Squat every day.

2018-04-29 22:17:59 UTC

found a 10 rep max at 320 today on deadlift 🀷

2018-04-30 01:35:07 UTC

@Deleted User estimated 1 rep max of 406. Does that sound accurate to you?


2018-04-30 02:09:13 UTC

that's what I'm shooting for, but those 1rm calculators are always weird

2018-04-30 03:11:10 UTC

If you're pushing 320 for 10 you should be able to get high 300s at least

2018-05-01 03:15:30 UTC

Yeah 320 for 10 is tough to calculate, but what he said ^

2018-05-02 01:22:43 UTC


2018-05-03 20:27:16 UTC

Does anyone know of a cardio program you can do on a weight bench?!?

2018-05-03 20:32:42 UTC

Why do you have to do a cardio program on a weight bench

2018-05-03 20:36:37 UTC

I don’t have to, just wondering if there was such a thing and how well it worked

2018-05-03 20:45:52 UTC

You could do like step ups or something

2018-05-03 22:15:56 UTC

Second week of only benching and upper body. The doc said I tore my mcl and pcl so I'm in a straight leg brace until further notice.

2018-05-03 22:16:38 UTC

I guess I never really used much leg drive though, because benching today wasn't much harder even though I had to keep my legs straight out the whole time

2018-05-03 22:20:39 UTC

@Nick-NJ damn. How’d that happen?

2018-05-04 00:27:12 UTC

@Nick-NJ does that mean when you heal you could put up even more if you use more leg drive? If so that's very impressive.

2018-05-04 00:31:27 UTC

@Deleted User Wrestling a buddy of mine. I got him to tap out but at the expense of my knee hyper extending to the right.

2018-05-04 00:32:13 UTC

@JesseJames hopefully man. Since bench is all I'm focusing on, I'm trying to hit the big 4 plate PR by the end of summer once this heals

2018-05-04 00:36:43 UTC

Thats awesome bro! You're a beast!

2018-05-04 00:49:05 UTC

Thanks man, hopefully goes as planned

2018-05-04 23:07:43 UTC


2018-05-05 04:38:50 UTC

I got stitches on my thumb, so grateful that it's in a spot that doesn't impede my training

2018-05-05 04:39:26 UTC

woulda been a tad bit *irate*

2018-05-06 22:02:55 UTC

anybody got a guide introductory guide to powerlifting?

2018-05-07 01:22:36 UTC

@Gaius Mucius Scaevola starting strength by mark rippetoe. That's his book and the name of his site where he posts lots of articles www.startingstrength.com

2018-05-07 01:26:08 UTC


2018-05-07 01:48:02 UTC

jus lift heavy :-)

2018-05-09 02:04:39 UTC

Took my straight leg brace off today and it sucked to see how much my right leg has atrophied. Only 5 more weeks to go 😬

2018-05-09 02:15:01 UTC


2018-05-09 17:08:20 UTC


2018-05-09 17:08:24 UTC

Hope you recover quickly

2018-05-09 17:26:33 UTC

Thanks, Doc said brace only needs to stay on for 3 more weeks!

2018-05-09 17:32:21 UTC

Hang in there @Nick-NJ#9920 - dont rush it

2018-05-09 22:14:46 UTC

Trust me,I'll be patient. I'm enjoying benching 4x a week.

2018-05-10 01:23:20 UTC


2018-05-10 01:23:44 UTC

why are 1 armed pull ups so difficult

2018-05-10 01:24:22 UTC

Dude I was trying 1 arm with my other arm holding my forearm and I was swinging all over the place

2018-05-10 01:25:23 UTC

I could do the ones holding my forearm easily enough, but true 1 arm pullups are fucking hell

2018-05-10 01:25:39 UTC

finding balance is a bitch

2018-05-10 01:25:56 UTC

Im trying negatives

2018-05-11 21:28:05 UTC

Hit 370 for a single in training today, 20lb DL pr

2018-05-11 21:28:18 UTC

felt preeetty good

2018-05-11 21:29:15 UTC

405 before the end of the month 🀞

2018-05-11 23:45:35 UTC

Nice work @TIDE#0935

2018-05-11 23:58:07 UTC

not nice enough πŸ‘Ί 😀

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