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    Walking deadlifts

    Deadlift 80% of your 1RM, take 3 steps forward, place the bar down, deadlift it again, take 3 steps back, place the bar down, thats one rep. Try 3 reps with this bad boy.

    Overhead Walks

    Pick up a bar weighing around 30-40kg, press it overhead with arms locked, now walk as far as you can. Got core strength?

    Tips for training at home

    Some dont have squat racks, what to do? Powerclean the bar and do front squats.

    You have limited weights and can deadlift the whole ammount. Stand on a 15cm block to increase the ROM and make the lift harder.

    Buy a sandbag from Australian Kettlebells. Press it, squat it, curl it, heave it, clean it, deadlift it, shoulder it. It will kill you. For under 100 bucks, the best bang for your buck out there
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    Quote Originally Posted by PTC View Post
    Walking deadlifts

    Deadlift 80% of your 1RM, take 3 steps forward, place the bar down, deadlift it again, take 3 steps back, place the bar down, thats one rep. Try 3 reps with this bad boy.

    Overhead Walks

    Pick up a bar weighing around 30-40kg, press it overhead with arms locked, now walk as far as you can. Got core strength?

    Tips for training at home

    Some dont have squat racks, what to do? Powerclean the bar and do front squats.

    You have limited weights and can deadlift the whole ammount. Stand on a 15cm block to increase the ROM and make the lift harder.

    Buy a sandbag from Australian Kettlebells. Press it, squat it, curl it, heave it, clean it, deadlift it, shoulder it. It will kill you. For under 100 bucks, the best bang for your buck out there
    All the above recipes sound yummy delicious; Iím drooling!


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    1984 Age 18, BW 73kg: FS195kg, BS200kg, 162.5 3x10, PC 140kg, C&J 160kg. 1987 Age 22, BW 77kg BS 130kg x20, 120kg x50.


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    Excellent thread PTC.
    Last edited by Shrek; 03-09-2009 at 12:35 PM. Reason: Had PCT instead of PTC :(
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    PCT is post cycle therapy, done by lifters coming off a cycle, PTC is a place that has no treadmills, steppers and definitely no CYCLES lol


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    HAHA, for some fun on the weekend (man I am becoming a sadist) I am going to try that deadlift and walk with 80%, it will be interesting.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PTC View Post
    PCT is post cycle therapy, done by lifters coming off a cycle, PTC is a place that has no treadmills, steppers and definitely no CYCLES lol
    Haha. It was nearly 3am, cut me some slack.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrek View Post
    Excellent thread PTC.

    I agree, keep em coming


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    We do a lift at PTC that I call "The Judd"....reason being its 5 lifts and produces excellence.

    Its to be done fluently, not jerky and every lift flows into the next.

    Powerclean-front squat-pushpress-lower the bar behind the head and drop into a full squat-push press behind the neck. Thats one rep.

    So you clean the bar, then drop down into a front squat, on your way up you push press the bar overhead, lower it behind your head, drop into a back squat then on the way back up push press the bar behind the neck, finally returning the bar at your feet on the ground. Now go again.

    Bodyweight is a good effort for this excercise, but build up to it slowly.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PTC View Post
    We do a lift at PTC that I call "The Judd"....reason being its 5 lifts and produces excellence.

    Its to be done fluently, not jerky and every lift flows into the next.

    Powerclean-front squat-pushpress-lower the bar behind the head and drop into a full squat-push press behind the neck. Thats one rep.

    So you clean the bar, then drop down into a front squat, on your way up you push press the bar overhead, lower it behind your head, drop into a back squat then on the way back up push press the bar behind the neck, finally returning the bar at your feet on the ground. Now go again.

    Bodyweight is a good effort for this excercise, but build up to it slowly.
    Stop it Markos, you're making me drool again. This sounds like home for me. Well done.


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    Sounds like the Bear Complex in crossfit - check out this vid, would love to hear thoughts...

    YouTube - The Bear Complex WOD
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