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    Hey Travis,

    I was wondering if you could critique this routine I doin for strength training.

    Monday push

    Wednesday pull

    Friday push

    Sun pull

    Tuesday push

    Thursday pull

    Basically every 48 hours I lift.

    Any tips would be great.
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    Talking ...

    Hi Travis i was wondering how you began to bulk up to your current size because I'm looking to put on serious size in the next few years... Any tips would be helpful


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    Travis, hope you are at the Arnold. I have a question for you. I started lifting weights 5 years ago and began powerlifting about two years ago. My goal is to venture my way into some strongman training as i believe it will make someone stronger mentally and physically more than just powerlifting. My question is should i wait to get stronger to start strongman training, or start now somehow? I'm 22 years old, 6'8'' 385lbs,
    B 525ish, DL 675ish, Sq 650, and standing OHP 325ish. I train RAW as a powerlifter 3 days a week but found an interest in strongman lately. Just wanted to know a pro strongman's opinion as i dont think im that strong yet.
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    I am interested in getting into some of the amateur strongman competitions. I am a Marine and cannot bulk up too much. I am decently strong for my size, I bench 225X5, and can do 21 proper pullups. But I have joined a gym that actually has strongman equiptment. I am mostly a runner, at 6'0 182. It is my understanding that most competitions have a 187 pound class for strongman, and I was wondering what competitive stats would like for those events at an amateur level?
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    Hey, I know this is off the forum topic but I had a question for you. I pulled my lower back deadlifting about a month ago, so I took the month off only to re pull it last night, chiropractor, just says rest until you think you can which I did. Do you think its a form issue I'm having or because I've been lifting heavy in the 1-4 rep range for the past 4 months, also on the negetive portion of the lift do you lower the bar slowly to the ground wait for the sound and come back up or is it more of a drop?
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    Originally Posted by p19blackmetal View Post
    Travis, hope you are at the Arnold. I have a question for you. I started lifting weights 5 years ago and began powerlifting about two years ago. My goal is to venture my way into some strongman training as i believe it will make someone stronger mentally and physically more than just powerlifting. My question is should i wait to get stronger to start strongman training, or start now somehow? I'm 22 years old, 6'8'' 385lbs,
    B 525ish, DL 675ish, Sq 650, and standing OHP 325ish. I train RAW as a powerlifter 3 days a week but found an interest in strongman lately. Just wanted to know a pro strongman's opinion as i dont think im that strong yet.
    YES you are definitely strong enough to start training and competing in Strongman.

    Originally Posted by DobermanUSMC View Post
    I am interested in getting into some of the amateur strongman competitions. I am a Marine and cannot bulk up too much. I am decently strong for my size, I bench 225X5, and can do 21 proper pullups. But I have joined a gym that actually has strongman equiptment. I am mostly a runner, at 6'0 182. It is my understanding that most competitions have a 187 pound class for strongman, and I was wondering what competitive stats would like for those events at an amateur level?
    I'm not sure what kind of weights they are using in the under 200 class but since you have access to some equipment start working with it. You can find some competitions on nastrongman.com so you can compare the weights to what you are using. Just remember that a lot of competitions just have a LW division instead of breaking it down into 175's, 200's, and 231's classes.

    Originally Posted by sunnysunny View Post
    Hey, I know this is off the forum topic but I had a question for you. I pulled my lower back deadlifting about a month ago, so I took the month off only to re pull it last night, chiropractor, just says rest until you think you can which I did. Do you think its a form issue I'm having or because I've been lifting heavy in the 1-4 rep range for the past 4 months, also on the negetive portion of the lift do you lower the bar slowly to the ground wait for the sound and come back up or is it more of a drop?
    Thanks
    I've done this before too. Nothing sucks worse than taking all that time off just to get hurt again. Start slowly when you come back. Don't go too heavy and gradually increase the weight each workout. Also check your form and learn some stretches for your glutes and hamstrings. If you have access to a reverse hyper USE IT! In my opinion this is the best machine you can use for your lower back.
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    Travis is a beast! Good luck buddy
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