Shoulder press- 225 (seated)
Deadlift- 455 (1)
Power Clean- 295
clean and jerk- 265
I weight roughly 230lbs, 5'10"
goals are to get to 200-210lbs, while getting 495 deadlift, 405 bench, 315 clean, and 225 snatch... in the next few months
anything seem out of proportion,
01-31-2013, 07:45 AM #1
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01-31-2013, 07:59 AM #2
In terms of seeming out of proportion your squat looks weird being bigger than your deadlift. Do you squat to depth? I guess you do if you do the oly lifts, so its just weird. Every time I see that though the person claims they are just better at squatting etc and when I see them squat, its high. Other than that not sure what you are wanting us to say. Looks fine.Raw Lifts (IPF) = Squat-440 Bench-264(paused) Dead-551
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01-31-2013, 08:36 AM #3
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well the elephant in the room is the deadlift... All your lifts are pretty good, but 455 deadlift... is a bit low. Perharps you do not train it often (slow pull) and do more olympic stuff which could explain that.
other than that, I kinda would expect someone that can almost bench 4 plates to do a bit better with seated overhead press"Do not subordinate fundamental principles to minor details."
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01-31-2013, 08:54 AM #4
As with everyone else - the deadlift. Not sure how you can clean close to 300 and squat close to 500 but only have a 455 dead. Even if you didn't train it, I'd expect it to be higher. An Oly lifter at my old gym could clean ~400 and never really trained the deadlift. Then one day he decided to try it and hit 600.My 400 incline press at 19 years old:
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