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» Natural strength potential (Go to post)16-08-2018 @ 21:09 
AMH_Power said:
Haha cheers mate, I like you too...
Buuuuuut, I'm pretty confident that if one of these individuals was told they could have a million quid in 1 year if they hit a 620 total... they would hit a 620 total.
I agree though that some people need to work harder for the same results, and also have unique training requirements... but that's where a good coach comes in and proper programming.
It all comes down to compliance. If life means they can't comply with the system that is needed to make progress because of other priorities then obviously they won't (and some peoples requirements are more demanding than others).
Also if anybody is struggling to progress and in the west yorkshire area, you are more than welcome to come lift with us in my humble gym/garage.


Not many have proper programming mate. But you are right. A million quid many would do it lol
» Natural strength potential (Go to post)16-08-2018 @ 20:52 
AMH_Power said:I have only ever known drug free, but of course. Why fit yourself in the curve of normality, there is ALWAYS the exception to the rule; the 99th percentile.

The biology of these people is often identical to the rest... what does differ is their will to succeed.

Anybody at that weight should hit that within a year in my opinion, and if not I guarantee it is rarely, if ever 'genetics'. It's because of a lack of commitment or moral fibre, or some other external factor like "oh, but I have to jog every day with my boyfriend" (diseases aside).

Honestly, if you are pitching that mediocre total as a question to your genetic limit then you are already setting yourself crazy low standard that you will probably never achieve.

Drug free lifters are hitting 50% more than that in the IPF...
Thats like asking if a 14 second 100m time is attainable drug free.

Maybe this is not what you wanted to hear, but you asked the question.


I like you Aaron but I don't agree about everyone should be hitting 620 within a year. Yeah of course good athletes can do it, but many can't as well.

I guarentee many train hard, but struggle to get strong that fast.
» GPC lifting log (Go to post)15-08-2018 @ 20:48 
matthewvc said:
Any strongman thread with brenwad and rian unbanned is all it takes Grin


We need Drex back!!
» Quite pleased to front squat 160kg again (Go to post)14-08-2018 @ 12:34 
I take it I am now under your radar moonface??
» GPC lifting log (Go to post)14-08-2018 @ 10:45 
matthewvc said:
Itís like a ghost town.
Iíve improved a lot in 3 months since taking time out of full time contracting.


Need a hugely controversial thread to get back some old faces!!
» Quite pleased to front squat 160kg again (Go to post)14-08-2018 @ 09:21 
Lean with a blown face?

You know what that means Wayne!

P.s, nice squat!
» GPC lifting log (Go to post)13-08-2018 @ 22:04 
Forum is pretty quiet.

Strong work recently man
» Impressive social media lifts (Go to post)13-08-2018 @ 19:33 
Post Edited: 13.08.2018 @ 19:34 PM by AdamT
LessThanLuke said:If not it's been reposted on the Cerberus Strength Instagram and Facebook if you can't find her accounts Happy


I have seen it mate. Conventional as well!!

One of the most awesome strength feats I have ever seen!

You need to pull 400 soon to keep up lol
» Natural strength potential (Go to post)13-08-2018 @ 15:26 
Post Edited: 13.08.2018 @ 15:26 PM by AdamT
I would imagine 7-800 would definitely be possible for someone at 90-100 with talent and great work ethic. Maybe even more for the real elite.

However, I think 6-700 is a more realistic (still very difficult) total to achieve.
» Impressive social media lifts (Go to post)13-08-2018 @ 09:11 
LessThanLuke said:
She just missed 252.5kg above the knees.
Hit 240kg at 62kg bodyweight though.


I take it the video will be on facebook/Instagram?

that's awesome. That's awesome power for a man at the weight.

I would love to see her walking into my gym and asking the "big guys" with the tank tops,

"when you are done deadlifting, please leave the weight on the bar, so I can warm up" lol

In all seriousness, it's shocking how strong/athletic she is. Very impressive!
» Impressive social media lifts (Go to post)07-08-2018 @ 20:46 
LessThanLuke said:My Mrs shall be attempting a 255kg deadlift at 63kg at Bloodstock next weekend so keep your eyes out for this!


If you post it I'm quitting training lol

In all seriousness, that would be something else!

In my eyes it will be even more impressive than any lift I have ever seen.
» 385kg deadlift PB (Go to post)06-08-2018 @ 23:49 
LessThanLuke said:
Happy
2 weeks time I shall be going for it!


Awesome! It will go!
» 385kg deadlift PB (Go to post)06-08-2018 @ 11:14 
That is an unbelievable lift. No doubt you will hit 400 soon!!
» Attacked for deadlifting too loudly (Go to post)03-08-2018 @ 22:58 
unit94 said:I think I would have hit him before the bar touched the ground Tongue Tongue


As Matthew already mentioned, he wouldn't approach someone that lifts huge weight.
» Attacked for deadlifting too loudly (Go to post)03-08-2018 @ 15:28 
I haven't posted in a while.

That aggressor is a prick and needs a good hiding at a local train station!!!

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