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Discussion in 'Health & Fitness' started by Hoska91, Feb 20, 2014.

  1. Hoska91

    Hoska91 Formerly 75HJPREM

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    Okay so firstly, this isn't to start competition or anything like that so please keep harsh comments and insulting elsewhere, this is for comparison and motivation!

    So just suggesting maybe post your states (Age,height, weight etc)
    and then your PB's on the main lifts that you do (Bench, Dead, Squat)

    So I'm 22, about 5'10 and 80 Kg

    Bench: 120 1RM
    Squat: Can't Do Torn ACL
    Deadlift: Can't Do Torn ACL

    However i can rack pull around 100 Kg quite easily :)
     
  2. _Jay_

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    Age - 27
    Weight - 102kgs
    Height - 6f2"

    Barbell press - 1x140kg unassisted
    Squat - unsure of max, still learning (can leg press 14x20kg plates 10 reps)
    Dead lift - 6x140kg, unsure of max at this stage

    Have only been working out for 8 months and still learning correct technique as I go.


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  3. Hoska91

    Hoska91 Formerly 75HJPREM

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    Good stuff man!, technique is definitely key form is always better than weight! :)
     
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    Age: 23
    Weight: 80kg @ 8-9% bodyfat
    Height: 5'11

    Benchpress: 150kg
    Squat: 200kg
    Deadlift: 260kg
    Leg Press: 620kg
    Military Press: 90kg

    Not all of them are 1rm's, I don't train to find 1rm's. I train for strength/hypertrophy, so I go by feel every set and incorporating drop sets/rest pause sets, depends on weight used.
     
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    Weight: 92kg, 24% BF :(
    Height - 5'9.5

    Benchpress - 55kg over 3 sets of 12 reps each
    Squat and deadlift - never attempted. Knees aren't good anyway......
    Leg press - 160kg over 3 sets of 12 reps each. Don't wanna go any higher, feel a bit anxious having that weight above me.
    Military press 35kg, again over 3 sets 12 reps each
    Pushups - on toes - 3 sets of 25 each
    chinups - 3 sets of about 9 each

    These numbers aren't high but I focus on cardio instead. 3 sub 6min/km marathons to my name.... ;)
     
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    YOURUP Jecs' problem solver

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    Height: 6'5"

    Benchpress: 110kg
    Squat: 80kg
    Deadlift: 80kg
    Military Press: 90kg

    I could probably do more on the squats and deads if I wanted. With a previous knee injury Im pretty cautious on it though.

    All those are at 8 reps.

    Can finally do a full body weight dip now though, pretty chuffed with that :p
     
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    Bench-180kg
    Squat-200kg
    Deadlift-250kg
    Over head barbell shoulder press 100kg.
     
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    Hey guys, some impressive numbers. Keep up the great work :)

    Age:28
    Height: 5'9"
    Weight: 79kg

    Been a while since lifting so numbers are probably down a bit. Just started back up last week. Was out due to purely being lazy. All below efforts are 1RM.

    Weights
    Deadlift: 165kg
    Bench: 80kg
    Power C&J:100kg
    Squat C&J: 90kg
    OHS: 80kg
    Power Snatch:75kg
    Squat Snatch: 60kg
    Thruster: 70kg
    Split Jerk: 110kg
    Front Squat:75kg
    Back Squat: 120kg

    There are a few more techniques I haven't put up as I cant find my other workout diary.

    Technique I find is most important. Not after massive numbers. Just general fitness :) My eating habits need a good polish up too.
     
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    bench:110kg x 1
    deadlift:200kgx3 unsure of 1rm
    squat:180kg x 1
     
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    I haven't been able to train consistently for about a month, so these are the 1RM numbers from over the last 9 months or so.

    Bench: 95kg
    Front Squat: 110kg
    Deadlift: 170kg
    Shoulder press: 72.5kg

    I don't do back squats due to hip mobility issues which always seem to lead to me having back problems as I can't squat with good posture even with low weight. That being said, my last good back squat was 135kg before I realised why my back was hurting me again.
     
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    Weight: 79kg

    Bench: 90kg
    Squat: 140kg 1rm
    Deadlift: ~140kg

    I have benched over 100kg, however since cutting it has dropped a bit. Squats were when I was bulking also so my max is around 6x120kg at the moment depending on the day. I haven't really seen what my max deadlift is, I usually just do 8-10x120kg, but used to rack pull around 170-180kg. Hoping to increase mainly bench and deadlift a fair bit when I start bulking again, and reps for squats.
     
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    Age: 42
    Height 5'7"
    Weight: 95

    Bench: 75kg 5x5
    Squat: 75kg 5x5
    OHP: 50kg 5x5
    Deadlift: 130kg 5x5
    Leg Press: 330kg 5x5
    Stiff Leg Deadlift: 60kg 5x5
     
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    So it's been a while now and I've continued lifting since my last post so I'd thought I'd update a few of my lifts.

    Barbell press - 155kg x1
    Squat - 210kg x2
    Deadlift - 260kg x1
    Dumbbell seated shoulder press 54kg dumbells (108kg) x5
    Military press - 100kg x 5


    Edit* oh and weight now 107kg @ unknown body fat but roughly 12% at a guess
     
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    Re training since June after being cleared for exercise after a shoulder stabilisation and tendon/ligament work

    A year ago I was told I wouldn't be able to do push ups again.

    Current pbs are.
    Bench : 115 single rep
    Decline bench 110 single rep
    Seated ohp : 85 single rep
    Hex deadlift : 225 2 reps.
    Leg press : 320 5 reps

    I haven't done a 1 rm test in a month or two but also have slowed down training being the holidays month.

    I'm usually a 5 x 5 man

    Bench 90
    Incline bench 85
    Seated ohp 70
    Hex dead 185
    Leg press I usually go 10s 280
     
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    39 year old 6' 4" guy here, around 100kg in weight. Have been lifting intermittently for about 15 years, crossfit since last year.

    Numbers
    Deadlift: 210kg
    Bench: 125kg
    Power C&J:100kg
    Squat C&J: 100kg
    OHS: 80kg
    Power Snatch:75kg
    Squat Snatch: 75kg
    Thruster: 90kg
    Split Jerk: 100kg
    Front Squat:145kg
    Back Squat: 165kg

    A quick look over those figure illustrates a distinct lack of ability in anything remotely technical -> OH movements such as jerk, snatch well down on the classic Squat, Bench, dead figures. Anyhoo, gives me something to work on
     
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    and my press sucks too, only about 70kg strict
     

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