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    The man is a total beast! I competed at a meet in...

    The man is a total beast! I competed at a meet in 2003 where he was head judge. On one of the bench attempts, in which the bar was loaded with over 500 lbs., he apparently didn't like the position of...
  2. Go to www.apa-wpa.com. The APA does plenty of...

    Go to www.apa-wpa.com. The APA does plenty of meets in Texas.
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    The lower you pull a bench shirt, the more...

    The lower you pull a bench shirt, the more support it will give. The belt is used to keep the shirt down.
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    The only part I disagree with is forward lean. Of...

    The only part I disagree with is forward lean. Of couse you don't want too much, but for lifters with longer legs, some is neccesary. Look at Steve Coggins' big squat a little while back. He had a...
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    Thanks. Even though I'm not remotely close to...

    Thanks. Even though I'm not remotely close to Phil's levels, I agree about the need for a strength base before moving on to more advanced programs. Even Westside says this.
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    Thanks.

    Thanks.
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    Phil Harrington-shirts

    I met you at a meet in South Carolina in 2002. I heard you say you prefer poly because it is more forgiving. You were using Inzer. I know you switched to a Fury. Are you still with Titan, or do you...
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    Of course a taller person will have a harder...

    Of course a taller person will have a harder time. Like an above post said, it's about leverage and range of motion. Look at the best bench pressers. For the most part, they have shorter arms. The...
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    I pulled 555 at181 at an APA meet on 12/7 of last...

    I pulled 555 at181 at an APA meet on 12/7 of last year. I don't post much so I don'tr know if I qualify.
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    Good work. Let me make a suggestion though if I...

    Good work. Let me make a suggestion though if I may. You might want to do some rear delt work to keep things balanced in your shoulder girdle. This will help keep your shoulders healthy. Some good...
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    Right now I'm using an Inzer HPHD. In fact, I cut...

    Right now I'm using an Inzer HPHD. In fact, I cut the back today and plan on using it as a training shirt for the middle part of this cycle. I hope this doesn't mess up my form when I get to the...
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    How long did it take your Fury to get in? I...

    How long did it take your Fury to get in? I ordered one on Wednesday, and they said six weeks, but I heard they are slow. I've got a meet May 3, think I'll have enough time to learn the shirt?
  13. I know exactly where you are coming from. My wife...

    I know exactly where you are coming from. My wife was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in September 2001. There is a history of this in her family, and a series of traumatic life events brought it out...
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    Good job at your meet. I set a record at my meet...

    Good job at your meet. I set a record at my meet latest meet as well. It was an APA meet in Georgetown, S.C. I pulled 555 at 181. That record stood for a total of five minutes! A guy that weighed...
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    Email me at theman43@hotmail.com. I've got...

    Email me at theman43@hotmail.com. I've got something that will get your deadlift going.
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    You still want to eat semi clean, but you will...

    You still want to eat semi clean, but you will need some fat to gain substantial weight. Eat a lot of protein and good carbs. And it's hard to gain without getting some chub around the middle, unless...
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    He's doing more full range movements becuse he's...

    He's doing more full range movements becuse he's not using the shirt to help off the bottom. If his body doesn't get any work at full range, he won't perform well at full range. And the idea isn't so...
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    Just be patient. Otherwise you'll end up injured...

    Just be patient. Otherwise you'll end up injured or burnt out. Realize many of the greatest powerlifters don't peak until their thirties. What you're doing now is good. You need a good foundation...
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    For one reference, read Dr. Mell Stiff's book...

    For one reference, read Dr. Mell Stiff's book Supertraining. No it won't hamper growth. Like one above response said, overtraining has a lot to do with the nervous system.
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    O.K., here's my story on why you should do legs....

    O.K., here's my story on why you should do legs. I used to do legs at the most once a month. I used to bench do upper body and some deadlifts. Showy muscles. Along comes the powerlifting bug. Can't...
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