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» Free plates and bars (Go to post)30-11-2016 @ 22:56 
Post Edited: 30.11.2016 @ 23:01 PM by dr_hazbun
Paul_D said:Messaged mate. Very interested (location dependant).


PM sent. There's approx 300kg of plate weight and a relatively decent strength shop barbell in there.

The plates aren't pretty and a bit of a motley lot. There's a pair of old rubber 'BOAR' 25s for example which I don't think are made anymore!
» Free plates and bars (Go to post)30-11-2016 @ 22:18 
I have a few bars and plenty of plates in my shed that I don't need anymore. The plates are old and a bit battered but they'd make a great start to a home gym. You can have the lot for free but I'm not packaging and delivering stuff. You'll have to turn up to my place with an appropriate vehicle.
» The Cycling Thread (Go to post)25-11-2016 @ 08:42 
Steve said:
I quite like treadmills and the way you can structure and plan your run session - I ran one of my fastest 5ks on a treadmill on a ship going through a tropical storm!


Do you think 5k on a treadmill gives you the same cv workout as an outdoor flat 5k?

I think there's little difference. My calves feel like they get less of a trashing on a treadmill but that's the only perceived difference I get.
» The Cycling Thread (Go to post)24-11-2016 @ 19:02 
I don't mind the odd treadmill run. 5k is my limit on them though. Gets tedious for longer runs.
» - 46 - (Go to post)13-11-2016 @ 21:53 
Nice
» People who push bikes up hills (Go to post)06-11-2016 @ 17:29 
Cuddles said:
Yes, you would.


Lol. Thought you'd bite!

Wayne, if you avoid hills then you'll never have to push a bike up one.
» Max deadlift (in kg) MINUS fastest mile (in seconds) (Go to post)31-10-2016 @ 08:21 
I've trained in the same gym as quite a few athletic type guys over the years and I don't think anyone I know will score positive on that one.

I know a few sub 4 mile guys but none of them can pull close to 240kg.

Also, I don't think many 300kg pullers will be able to run sub 5 min miles.

I reckon the few people who can do this will be in between ie have 4-5 min miles and pull 240-300kg
» The Cycling Thread (Go to post)30-10-2016 @ 19:57 
Superb running mate.
» Mr Malanchev 2513 total (Go to post)29-10-2016 @ 15:23 
Why's he switched to conventional pulling?

I think he's one of the best ever.
» The Cycling Thread (Go to post)28-10-2016 @ 10:14 
Cuddles said:Just been at the London 6 Day track event. Great watching Cav and Wiggo win the Madison!


Love the way the organisers have jazzed the event up to make the velodrome look like a night club!
» ultimate strongman World championships (Go to post)25-10-2016 @ 19:20 
unit94 said:Why does every strength athlete ever get the "He should do MMA" treatment. Absolutely stupid


Exactly what I was thinking.
» The Cycling Thread (Go to post)25-10-2016 @ 16:15 
First ride in the Gabba today. Great top and fantastic for this sort of 5-15 degree weather. Can see what you're saying re it not being a winter jacket. Good investment though. Lad in bike shop said he knows someone who loves it so much he owns three!
» The Cycling Thread (Go to post)24-10-2016 @ 16:48 
Cuddles said:I'm a medium in the gabba top. It fits like a glove.

Big fan of castelli stuff. I use their nano flex arm and leg warmers, free aero race shorts and my winter jacket is a mortirolo. Once you know your size you can get some cracking bargains online.


I'm becoming a big fan too. Medium is snug and I can even fit a thermal base layer underneath it. I bought a castelli gilet online in XL thinking they do things small and it flaps in the wind. Shame.

In bottoms though, I'm definitely not a medium. Both L and XL are ok. I guess it's all dem years of squatting.
» The Cycling Thread (Go to post)24-10-2016 @ 16:40 
Steve said:How much are you weighing nowadays fitting in a medium? Not still 90kg?


Yeah much lighter these days. 78-79kg!
» The Cycling Thread (Go to post)24-10-2016 @ 16:34 
Post Edited: 24.10.2016 @ 16:41 PM by dr_hazbun
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