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Thread: Just destroyed my Squat and dead PB's!

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    Just destroyed my Squat and dead PB's!

    I have not posted for a while as i think i was putting far too much thought into my training, so i decided to stop thinking and just train.

    I changed my routine to low reps and train for a 1 rep max on the big lifts.

    Previous PBS

    Squat 130 kg / 286lbs
    Deadlift 140kg / 308lbs

    4 weeks later

    New PBS at 87.5kg body weight

    Squat 172.5 kg / 379.5 lbs ATF
    Deadlift 182.5 kd / 401.5 lbs

    I am very happy with this progress.

    I have to thank my mate for this as he has corrected alot of mistakes in my technique and pushed me harder.

    I still think i can push these lifts higher

    What you guys think about my lifts for my weight?
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    wow, that's a HUGE improvement...good job

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    NIIIICE!! Great increase in a short period. good job.
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    Thats huge in that amount of time...you should be proud

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    Thanks guys. I am actually a few pounds lighter than before too!

    Off out of town tonight to train at a different gym. Maybe my deadlift will increase again in new surroundings too.
    I hear nobody deadlifts at this place either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by krboyd7 View Post
    Thanks guys. I am actually a few pounds lighter than before too!

    Off out of town tonight to train at a different gym. Maybe my deadlift will increase again in new surroundings too.
    I hear nobody deadlifts at this place either.
    Great progress man. It sounds like you've been working hard and having a training pertner to push you has helped.

    Make sure you make a bloody mess of their bar and after your very last rep, drop it from the top so it shakes the room.
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    be careful of your joints.. jumping weight that fast can destroy your tendons and joints..
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    Maybe if you're on gear. Nothing wrong with natural rapid progression.

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    WTF! Awesome man!!
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    Not on gear lol.

    Added 15kg last night to my deadlift.

    Anymore is gonna be a struggle now tho.
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    Great work. My previous comment was in response to Jake, as I didn't think you were on anything.

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    Good job man, pretty impressive gains.

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    Deadlifts again tonight, see what i can do?
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    A near 100 pound gains in both squats and deads in 4 measly weeks??? What the ****!

    That is just very impressive...

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    Its a shame my bench is not the same.
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    Very nice progress!

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