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Old 07-Aug-04, 02:23 AM   #31
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Use the garrage...or the living room...
Lol. Our garrage isn't that big to just have one of those things in there. Maybe when we move into a new house.
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Old 07-Aug-04, 07:43 AM   #32
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Lol. Our garrage isn't that big to just have one of those things in there. Maybe when we move into a new house.
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Hook a chain to the car and drag that thing around the block a few times.

It's already got four of them tire thingy's on it. :

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Old 07-Aug-04, 03:16 PM   #33
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Hook a chain to the car and drag that thing around the block a few times.

It's already got four of them tire thingy's on it. :

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What would the neighbors think...with a dude walking by pulling a car behind him?
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Old 07-Aug-04, 03:23 PM   #34
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Hook a chain to the car and drag that thing around the block a few times.

It's already got four of them tire thingy's on it. :

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Lol yea haha and you can add resistance by the other person pushing the break or switching gears haha.
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Old 09-Aug-04, 12:03 PM   #35
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New 18" deadlift pr of 500 lbs. A good milestone, 550 is next.
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Old 09-Aug-04, 02:00 PM   #36
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That's some heavy weight abar ... good lifting man, stunning progress. 500lbs eh ? Your half way there then now bro, we all want you pulling 1000 before your careers up I'm pissed I never really made it to 500, I could pull it but not how I'd like if you get me, 490 was about the best I got nice and clean.
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Old 10-Aug-04, 12:28 AM   #37
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New 18" deadlift pr of 500 lbs. A good milestone, 550 is next.
18"?...........
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Old 10-Aug-04, 12:44 AM   #38
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18"?...........
Platforms. :
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im guessing the weight was on an 18" platform
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I did it in a power cage. I'm training the 18" deadlift because that is the height of the bar in the strongman competition I'm entering.
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cool. good luck with the competition. when is it? what are the events?
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It's the Xenia OH one :Ohio State Championships.

Log clean and press for reps
Atlas stones
18" DL
Car pull (arm over arm)
Yoke/FW/Sled medley

It sounds like a lot of fun.



New PR I deadlifted 300lbs 12 times.
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Old 13-Aug-04, 01:50 AM   #43
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2 New Pr's

First i bb bent over rowed 170 x 10, then 170 x 12, both pr's.

Earlier on in the day i got bench - 135 x 16 (could have possibly done 2,3 more)
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Nice rows, DA!








Little freakin' brute......

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New PR, Powercleaned 185, then 195 x1 .. 200 here i come. :
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