Message from BigBadSaxon - ID in Fitness #lifting

2018-03-03 00:31:48 UTC  

Getting that concrete feeling in my lower back never affects my lift just my mindset. But that’s just my experience

2018-03-03 08:05:39 UTC  

@Suomi Stronk a whole week of DOMS?

2018-03-04 02:23:07 UTC  

You did too much.

2018-03-04 02:24:49 UTC  

Try this: death by pull up. Every minute on the minute you do a pull up and with each minute you do another. IE, minute 1 is one pull up and minute two is 2 pull ups. So on and so forth until you fail.

2018-03-04 02:26:00 UTC  

sounds like pain

2018-03-04 02:26:02 UTC  

i love it

2018-03-04 02:26:43 UTC  

will be there for an hour

2018-03-04 02:26:48 UTC  

1 pull-up a minute

2018-03-05 00:51:16 UTC  

Does anyone here use a landmine in their workouts? I did legs and back with it and it was one of the best workouts I've ever had. Wondering about others experiences and if deadlifting/squatting with it is worth my time.

2018-03-05 02:51:00 UTC  

Have never used in all my years of lifting but have always thought about trying

2018-03-05 04:47:00 UTC  

Took a few more days off cause ankle and made today my first day back. Nothing special just sevens at 50-60% squat and bench, deadlift 80ish% for 5 and rdls

2018-03-06 03:26:43 UTC  

Lol pulled a chill 475 today after 455 triple. Feeling good and followed with front squat, deadhang pull-up superset

2018-03-06 04:07:59 UTC  


2018-03-06 04:18:54 UTC  

When are you planning on competing next?

2018-03-06 04:46:00 UTC  

In the fall of this week so like 6 months from now

2018-03-06 15:56:10 UTC  

Is squatting 315 without a belt stupid?

2018-03-06 15:56:15 UTC  

I weigh 168 btw

2018-03-06 16:46:28 UTC  

Not necessarily

2018-03-06 16:46:50 UTC  

But it's probably best to use a belt if you're worried about it

2018-03-06 16:47:24 UTC  

I squat beltless for almost all of my training

2018-03-06 16:48:21 UTC  

Especially if you're doing lowbar you should probably wear a belt above 85%

2018-03-06 16:48:30 UTC  

Depends, do you normally use a belt and what % of your 1rm is it

2018-03-06 16:49:15 UTC  

But I don't use one and have forgotten to tighten my belt for multiple lifts and training beltless has made it fine

2018-03-06 16:50:15 UTC  

I don't ever go above 85% in training either but that's my program

2018-03-06 16:51:44 UTC  

You run conjugate Saxon?

2018-03-06 16:53:25 UTC  

I run Sheiko programs

2018-03-06 16:54:59 UTC  

Fucking Russia

2018-03-06 16:55:15 UTC  

Meddling in our gains

2018-03-06 16:58:20 UTC  

I have been colluding with Russia

2018-03-06 17:03:02 UTC  

I know an old guy with a pacemaker who runs Sheiko. Idk how it hasn’t killed yet

2018-03-06 17:09:05 UTC  

Yeah that doesn't sound safe hahaha

2018-03-06 17:09:26 UTC  

Or maybe it's more safe because he has a robo heart 🤔

2018-03-06 17:57:00 UTC  

315 is my 1RM

2018-03-06 17:57:10 UTC  

I've actually never used a belt

2018-03-06 17:59:27 UTC  

Don't worry about it then

2018-03-06 17:59:53 UTC  

Maybe consider buying one, but I personally like training beltless. Strengthening the body independent of equipment

2018-03-06 22:16:55 UTC  

All belt does is help you brace to create more internal pressure. As long as you’re staying tight you’re good. Also if you get one, I’d recommend getting a quality leather one

2018-03-06 22:18:00 UTC  

Or develop the bloatmaxx keg of peace

2018-03-06 22:39:16 UTC  

13mm or bust

2018-03-06 22:43:43 UTC  

hmmm I'd get a Olympic weightlifting belt

2018-03-06 22:43:57 UTC  

not too much of a crutch and not flimsy either