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» Funky Monkey's big smelly log..... (Go to post)06-11-2012 @ 15:59 
1369phil said:Yeah - I work from a base near Ally Pally train station


Cool. If you're going to train at WHL then give me a PM on here. Out of work as of yesterday so would be good to do something back at the old gym. Do you see a little old man who smokes and swears at everyone? Dave Kaye.
» Funky Monkey's big smelly log..... (Go to post)06-11-2012 @ 15:40 
1369phil said:No - but I'm still working N17, N22 and surrounding

I thought you were at the White Hart Lane sports centre ?


Yes, I was. N17 AND N22 Neighbour N13. You a police officer, right?
» Funky Monkey's big smelly log..... (Go to post)06-11-2012 @ 15:32 
1369phil said:Are you still training in N17 ?


N13, just down the road from N17. Are you training there?
» Funky Monkey's big smelly log..... (Go to post)06-11-2012 @ 15:18 
Supposedly speed deadlifts

60kg x 3
100kg x 3
135kg x 3
150kg x 3,3,3,3 conv, 3 sumo. Spent 20mins trying to get off the floor last night, back wasn't feeling 100% today anyway

Rack pulls with doubled purples
135kg x 10 second hold
175kg x 10 sec hold
195kg x 10 sec hold
205kg x 10 sec hold (with liquid chalk)
215kg x 10 sec hold
235kg x 10 sec hold no bands
245kg x 10 sec hold
255kg x 10 sec hold

Pinch grip
40kg plus bar
55kg
70kg
80kg - few seconds

Dumbell pinch grip thing, let go then catch with the other hand
10kg x 15
12.5kg x 7

Pulliups BW x 28 then gave up

Standing leg curls
34kg x 15 reps per leg
» Funky Monkey's big smelly log..... (Go to post)04-11-2012 @ 17:35 
ALWEBB72 said:well done mate good to meet you today


Cheers. Was a good day out and looking forward to next years comp.

british_beef said:sock watcher Eek


I just notice anything and everything, and retain all the crap I see in my brain. Nothing useful, just what we have in the fridge, who's got Spiderman socks on, random telephone numbers and other general rubbish.
» The best belt for powerlifting? (Go to post)04-11-2012 @ 11:21 
I have an inzer lever belt - the 13mm version. Some think it's a little too thick and use the 10mm one, but I find that too flimsy for my liking. The lever DEFINITELY helps and it's adjustable, and VERY quick to do/undo. You can also get a lever tighter than a buckle.

www.inzernet.com for cheap, or pullum sports for quick delivery
» Big Gay bash2 (Go to post)03-11-2012 @ 21:43 
Post Edited: 03.11.2012 @ 21:45 PM by Funky_monkey
british_beef said:
is this to improve your chances ?
cant we make it a pull/anything other than overhead


Just deadlift. 18" deadlift. With suits. NO STRAPS!

Paul - surprised you're not a bit tipsy celebrating with that Tequila....
Paul Hamo on facebook? Fnky Mnky on there.
» Good books on powerlifting (Go to post)03-11-2012 @ 18:35 
I wouldn't bother with Benni's cookbook - the macronutrients are WAY off, as are the kcals for the macronutrients. Good ideas, but the info isn't reliable.
» Big Gay bash2 (Go to post)03-11-2012 @ 18:33 
outspan said:
Think that was Paul something... what weight is he?
From what I've seen on Facebook it sounds like a good day, stupid horse riding injury prevented me from doing it!!!


Yes, his name was Paul something. 140-150? 6ft3 or something.
» Funky Monkey's big smelly log..... (Go to post)03-11-2012 @ 17:58 
Competition with very sore legs.

81.5kg

Deads
90kg x 2
130kg x 1
160kg x 1
180kg x 1
190kg x 1 - one white light out of one
200kg x 1 - good lift
205kg x 1 - good lift

FTOH
40kg x 3 - very good technique
60kg x 3 - same as above
80kg x 1 - s**te technique starts here
85kg x 1 - got it
95kg x 0,0 - failed to even clean it. I've managed 102.5/105 lots of times before, but just couldn't get it on the day. Shoulders have ALWAYS been my weakest and I am working on it.

Farmers
Warmups with 60/80/100 per hand for about 5m
110kg x 15 metres. Felt very heavy when I was picking it up, but grip was solid throughout and did the whole course with no drops.

Overall, 4th position and happy with that (especially as I was by far the smallest guy there) although I know I could've done better had I not messed up FTOH. Deadlift was the most i've done since having pneumonia in Jan. Deadlifts are slowly going up.
» Big Gay bash2 (Go to post)03-11-2012 @ 17:53 
outspan said:Any updates?


Someone pulled 310? on his 2nd, failed his 3rd at knees. 120 was the biggest FTOH, I made a hash of my FTOH only getting one attempt in and failed to clean 2nd and 3rd. Farmers was good - changed to 15m due to lack of space and there was a 150 farmers (by the guy who pulled 310).

I finished 4th overall, everyone had a great day, bit of banter.

Was good to put a face to a few more names.
» Russian IPF Powerlifting Team. 1 week before World Championships-2012 (Go to post)02-11-2012 @ 22:59 
milsy said:They were banned but the ipf is s**t without em so there back in can't say the same for India lol


Indians were on drugs? I think IPF should've given them more money and some decent sources. Like "buy some from Russia"
» Russian IPF Powerlifting Team. 1 week before World Championships-2012 (Go to post)02-11-2012 @ 22:43 
Instantly recognised the gym - same one Malanichev trains at. I thought they were banned as a nation from the IPF?
» Knee dilemna (Go to post)02-11-2012 @ 22:38 
herman said:
When you have "worn away all the cartilage" the symptoms would be very different, as in a huge amount of pain like severe arthritis when you put weight on it.
Not being able to fully extend the knee suggests that you have a loose flappy bit of meniscus which is jamming up your knee joint. They can do surgery to trim this off or you can wait to see if it gets better by itself.
I tore my cruciate and meniscus together and ended up with a massively swollen leg (whole leg top to bottom including the foot) for at least a week. I couldn't straighten the leg for about a month but it slowly improved when I started doing stuff like cycling. It was over a year before I could walk without pain.
The NHS failed to diagnose it soon enough so I never had surgery which I would have totally accepted if offered. But in the end I was glad, because I recovered to a decent functional state without surgery. (took years though!) and surgery would have involved a graft from the hamstring which would have given me a weak hamstring for life, which may have been worse.


Thanks for the information. I first had the problem about 7 years ago, and was unable to walk for about 2 weeks, with very little ROM for a couple of months. Typical swelling around the knee, physio tests confirmed it etc. but no MRI. This improved slowly, I was doing empty bar squats 3-4 times a week, getting a tiny bit lower each time. Most of the time, it wouldn't cause me any pain, but this past 2 weeks or so i've been unable to lock my leg out at all, and it would be painful if I tried. I do have an MRI confirmed for Saturday 10th Nov, and what you're suggesting is get the torn bits trimmed with NO hamstring graft?
» Big Gay bash2 (Go to post)02-11-2012 @ 22:21 
MattF said:Hope everyone has a good go at some pbs and stay injury free.


Matt - we're all injured already! I've worked out that Fanny and I will be level pegging on wilks, so i'll have to find the coefficient and take a calculator with me.

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