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    Squat P.R. Pic

    new pr on squat(555), little out of the ordanarie but whatever just wanted to show it off!!! The pic is after comming out of the bottom, it was below parallel and got three white lights!!
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    Very nice.
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    Would that stance be considered sumo or?
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    NICE work! Are you planning on moving up to the heavyweights any time soon? You'd be moving some serious weight at 250+
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    Sumo, my stance is actually a bit wider than that but the rack were too narow and I couldnt get my feet right, oh well still got the lift. I'm staying in the 198 just so I can go to regianals and have a better chance of making state, I plan to get up to like the 220's at a body weight of like 210 or so next year.
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    SQUAT- 520-555 <going for 600 april 1st>
    BENCH- 365-350< going for 380 or better april 1st>
    DEAD- 455-480<going for 500 the 1st>
    TOTAL- 1315-1320

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    well done
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    Nice job!
    A child does not learn to squat from the top down. In other words, he does not suddenly make a conscious decision one day to squat. Actually, he is squatting one day and make the conscious decision to stand. Squatting precedes standing in the developmental sequence. This is the way a child's brain learns to use the body as the child develops movement patterns. Therefore, a child is probably crawling, rocks back into a squatting position with the back completely relaxed and the hips completely flexed, and stands when he has enough hip strength. This approach makes a lot of sense and can be applied to relearning the deep squat movement if it is lost. -Gray Cook
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    real nice, now I want to squat

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    Awesome job man

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    Nice lift!

    One question, that looks like 455 to me (4 45s and a 25 per side)?


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    Yeah thats one wide stance. Either way, nice lift man.

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    All gym lifts are raw, the 340 bench was done touch and go. All meet lifts are in gear. The weights were a 100 lbs. plate 3 45,s and 2 10's on each side. I think i maye have another 10 pounds in me so I'll be going 565 or 570 at our regional meet. lol my girlfriend likes my hair so what can I say??
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    DEAD- 455-480<going for 500 the 1st>
    TOTAL- 1315-1320

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gutz981
    Yeah thats one wide stance. Either way, nice lift man.
    It's not wide at all. As he said, it was restricted by the rack.


    It looks like a 100 + 3 45s + 10's on each side.

    Edit: ha, beaten to it.
    Last edited by MixmasterNash; 02-25-2006 at 09:52 AM.

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    Nice lift Joe.

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    Thanks for all the feed back! I've been traing seriously for like maybe 2 years, I just always had a stronge squat, but I really hit it hard in the past year and been rewarded with some massive growth. I really want some better gear, my champion suite is okay but I've used better, any advice from fellow powerlifters??
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    Age:17
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    Weight-202 lbs (drop to 198 for meets)
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    SQUAT- 520-555 <going for 600 april 1st>
    BENCH- 365-350< going for 380 or better april 1st>
    DEAD- 455-480<going for 500 the 1st>
    TOTAL- 1315-1320

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    You bench more raw than shirted?

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    The bench of 340 was touch and go, the 310 was a pause press in compition and it was a long pause. I just cant pasue worth ****.
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    Age:17
    HEIGHT-5'8"
    Weight-202 lbs (drop to 198 for meets)
    gym-meet
    SQUAT- 520-555 <going for 600 april 1st>
    BENCH- 365-350< going for 380 or better april 1st>
    DEAD- 455-480<going for 500 the 1st>
    TOTAL- 1315-1320

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    What fed are you lifting in?

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    WOW, I just hit 455 recently and that felt heavy as ****... I can't even begin to imagine throwing on another 100lbs

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    Age:17
    HEIGHT-5'8"
    Weight-202 lbs (drop to 198 for meets)
    gym-meet
    SQUAT- 520-555 <going for 600 april 1st>
    BENCH- 365-350< going for 380 or better april 1st>
    DEAD- 455-480<going for 500 the 1st>
    TOTAL- 1315-1320

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    Wow! That's a lot of weight, obviously. Congrats, and good luck!
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    That's a pretty big squat for your age and weight. You've got potential man. Great job!
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