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    Deadlift 600 lbs x 4 @ 220 lbs

    Not a PR but am working my way back up...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4D21EYXdOY

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    Weight: 225 lbs | Gym PR's -> Front Squat: 510 lbs / Overhead: 375 lbs / Deadlift: 700 lbs

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    Absolutely beastly for someone who is only 220. Your home gym is also amazing by the way lol. Do you find touch and go to be easier than resetting the weight? I found that my back gets a lot more stressed if I touch and go and it doesn't really feel any easier to move the weight vs resetting it to a dead stop.

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    whats your best Tom?
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    600(520x3 2xBW) Dead Lift
    500(495x1) ATG Squat
    Total: 1500(1350)
    365 Front Squat
    consistency and intensity.

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    Very strong Tom.
    5'10" 196lbs as of 6/10/11
    Best lifts B 365/ S 425/ DL 545/ OHP 200
    Goals: B 385+ S 450+ DL 600+ OHP 225+
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    Quote Originally Posted by mchicia1 View Post
    Absolutely beastly for someone who is only 220. Your home gym is also amazing by the way lol. Do you find touch and go to be easier than resetting the weight? I found that my back gets a lot more stressed if I touch and go and it doesn't really feel any easier to move the weight vs resetting it to a dead stop.
    Thank you. The home gym will be expanding later this month as I am in the process of buying a house with a nice two-car garage.

    I have done both styles of deadlifting but I do like to keep tension at the bottom whether I pause or just touch-and-go.

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    whats your best Tom?
    My best deadlift is 655 lbs x 2 @ 218 lbs, no suit. I have pulled 700 lbs at about 235 lbs with a suit and hitch.

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    Very strong Tom.
    Thank you.
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    Weight: 225 lbs | Gym PR's -> Front Squat: 510 lbs / Overhead: 375 lbs / Deadlift: 700 lbs

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    Super strong pulling my friend!!

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    very awesome all around!
    My journal
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    400(335) Bench Press
    600(520x3 2xBW) Dead Lift
    500(495x1) ATG Squat
    Total: 1500(1350)
    365 Front Squat
    consistency and intensity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by overload865 View Post
    Super strong pulling my friend!!
    Quote Originally Posted by dynamo View Post
    very awesome all around!
    Thank you, I am working to try to chase down some new PR's later this year or early next year.
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    Weight: 225 lbs | Gym PR's -> Front Squat: 510 lbs / Overhead: 375 lbs / Deadlift: 700 lbs

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    Awesome lifts Tom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heart of Iron View Post
    Awesome lifts Tom.
    Thank you.
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    Weight: 225 lbs | Gym PR's -> Front Squat: 510 lbs / Overhead: 375 lbs / Deadlift: 700 lbs

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    Damn you're one strong SOB. Can't wait until I'm hitting those numbers.

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    Tom any reason you use straps? Is this because your grip fails or because you are protecting your bicep?

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