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    Quote Originally Posted by robin1 View Post
    Russel is absolute world class. Would have won the world champs with a 533 Wilks last year. Here is the score sheet from 2017 IPF World Classic: http://www.powerlifting-ipf.com/file...oresheet_m.htm
    This cat is coming for Russell.



    I also like Brett gibbs more then russell also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lr1400 View Post
    I spent less than $1,000 on my stuff.

    I bought a new but cheap rack and bench. Cheap bumpers, used weights. I can do Oly lifts I desired.
    Clear your box.

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    done deal.

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    Starting my deload week this week - two strength blocks down two more to go!!!

    1: Had a big increase in my 3rm deadlift.

    2: 30lb increase in my 3rm back squat.


    I have at least 2 more strength blocks which would give my foot 6months of no running before I do some easier training in the month of March (gotta have free time for march madness). Hopefully after 7 months my foot will be ready to roll. My 2nd attempt at running indoors this year will put a bigger focus on the weights while keeping my sprinting volume low (150-240m)... My training may look more like a football or bobsled type of athlete.

    1: Bigger focus on high quality sprinting (timing runs - running when I'm fresh and ready).
    2: Lower sprint volume will allow my lifting numbers cont to climb just in case I can't sprint I'll be able to continue my powerlifting without trying to reestablish previous numbers.
    3: Some two a days - sprint in the AM - rest 4-5hrs - lift in the PM.

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    https://medium.com/@danjohn84123/sta...30-2OkQEUnUM7U

    I like this warmup before a lifting session:

    Three times a week, do the following “warm up:”

    15 Swings
    One Goblet Squat
    March in place (every time your left foot hits, count as “one” and do ten).
    Repeat this five times.

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    Started my third strength block - two workouts in and business is booming... I don't know what happen but everything feels light and the work feel easy. I have a hard deadlifting session on Wednesday -hopefully I can smash some weights.

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