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» post training carbs (Go to post)01-11-2012 @ 22:18 
Meat feast pizza.
» halloween shocker (Go to post)01-11-2012 @ 19:15 
jt said:
i did consider posting the same but thought it wiser to wait for the test result just to be sure


Which test would that be then? Would it result in a suspension?
» George Foreman grills (Go to post)31-10-2012 @ 23:19 
Post Edited: 31.10.2012 @ 23:19 PM by Funky_monkey
George Foreman's five sons are all called George. George Jr, George III, George IV and George V. Too many Georges for me. Should be easy for the wife. George, food's ready.

Edit: One of his daughters is called Georgetta.
» Foam Rollers (Go to post)31-10-2012 @ 23:13 
MattD90 said:oh yeah good call, rolling an empty barbell on your IT band is decent


You roll on the empty barbell...... Hurts a bit but seems to work.
» Your biggest ever meal (Go to post)31-10-2012 @ 22:09 
JamieG said:I watched an eating contest on TV once, it was in America.

About 14 Big Texan biker looking folk and then this random asian who weighed about 60kg, he smoked em at eating hotdogs.

He was some world champion at eating so smaller must be better!


Takeru Kobayashi. Better than Joey Chestnut. Most of the really good eaters are small. Less fat to get in the way of a stomach = more space for the stomach to expand. Forgotten the name of a really pretty girl who beats the 30 stone eaters. Oriental girl.
» Your biggest ever meal (Go to post)31-10-2012 @ 19:13 
davycummings said:
Never heard of it mate, what does that involve?
I just like eating lots of food Happy


Competitive eaters use water the day before a competition to stretch out the stomach, whilst ensuring it isn't full for a prolonged period of time. I think the top guys get about 8 litres in the evening before a competition, although it's pretty dangerous as it can perforate the lining of the stomach and lead to diluting all the electrolytes. I find I can only get about a litre in one go, then I can't be bothered to go again an hour later.
» Foam Rollers (Go to post)31-10-2012 @ 19:10 
Just use a bar in the gym..... Or a cricket ball.
» Whats your favourite drink on a night out?? (Go to post)31-10-2012 @ 19:07 
Disaronno is quite nice, but i'd have it neat/on the rocks. Although I wouldn't order it because of the advert.
Stolichnaya on it's own or with a little bit of ice.
Whisky sours. Tequilla. More vodka.
» Funky Monkey's big smelly log..... (Go to post)31-10-2012 @ 18:03 
Post Edited: 22.11.2012 @ 21:10 PM by Funky_monkey
Vanilla Gorilla press
35kg x 5
55kg x 5,5,5,5,2. 3rd and 4th sets I took about 5-10 seconds break, but considerably better than last week

BTN Push press
55kg x 3
65kg x 3
75kg x 3

Close grip pin press
55kg x 2
75kg x 2
85kg x 2
95kg x 2
102.5kg x 1

Rolling dumbell extensions lying down
12.5s x 10,8,6

Abs x plenty including a dragon flag. Eyes almost popped out of my head though.
» Happy Birthday Boar (Go to post)29-10-2012 @ 21:23 
Happy Birthday, Boarski. Jaffa cake with a candle?
» Your biggest ever meal (Go to post)29-10-2012 @ 21:10 
davycummings said:
Ha ha, I am not sure what my biggest meal would be, but there have been some big ones.
Some very good efforts on here for sure. Interestingly, I think I could eat more at 90-100kg in a single sitting than now, although i could eat much more in a day now.
I will have a think
But a few
31 plates of sushi, 6 bowls of soup and a pile of beers, then next door for about 20 chicken skewers
KFC Delux family bucket, along the road for a family sushi platter, then a protein bar
12 cheeseburgers and 8 hotdogs with chilli including rolls
2kg steak, couple of baked potatos, onion rings, coleslaw
A burger made from a whole cottage loaf, 500g beef, 500g pulled pork, 4 venison sausages, 12 rashers of bacon, 8 slices of cheese, fried onions and garlic mayo
prob eaten lots one than any of these on visits to Jimmy Chungs etc though


Do you/did you do water loading at all? I can't seem to get in more than a litre without feeling sick. I'm sure I can neck more if I add squash, but it doesn't want to go down.

My best is probably 20oz T-bone with a jacket potato, coleslaw, 1 pint of oreo milkshake, a big hotdog with chips, 2 massive pancackes filled with banana and maple syrup and still had room for more.
» Eden's log (Go to post)29-10-2012 @ 21:07 
Muchos PBs lately. Good stuff. You competing in anything soon?
» James Ward - 162.5kg log / 270kg squat @ 90kg (Go to post)29-10-2012 @ 21:05 
Is he even wearing knee wraps for those squats? Insane strength.
» Funky Monkey's big smelly log..... (Go to post)29-10-2012 @ 20:59 
Post Edited: 29.10.2012 @ 23:44 PM by Funky_monkey
Deadlifts (still no squats. Knee was ok today but still need to book in for an MRI)
No chalk

Conv
60kg x 3
100kg x 3
140kg x 3
175kg x 1
Sumo
175kg x 1
197.5kg x 1
175kg x 3

DOH BOR
95kg x 8,8,5

2 hand pinch grip on the end of the little bar
50kg x 10 secs
60kg x 10
75kg x 10

18" rack pull
135kg x 5 secs
175kg x 5 secs
215kg x 1 rep - just about held it at the top before grip started going

12.5kg dumbell x 3 sets of 8 holds. Similar to pinch grip

Pullups
BW X 36

Hamstrings -
Full stack x 8 then drop sets

Single legged hammy curls
37.5 x 8
» Log advice.... (Go to post)29-10-2012 @ 19:22 
I'd go with a JT one or failing that, a tricep bar.

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