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    I had a heavy DL day today (hit 475 x 4) and due to a schedule change this week, going for heavy squats tomorrow. (usually rest 2 days between DLs and Squats). Wish me luck, so that I don't snap my sht up.
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    Laura Phelps. Although she's strong as fuk (There's a vid of her repping 110lb DBs on incline) she lifts multi ply and is juiced to the gills.
    Like every single person in the entire world in every sport where they plan to or are competing at the top levels. Not condoning it as I don't personally approve of some of dosing you see in serious athletes. Just stating facts. This is the way it has been for the entire lifetime of most of us in this thread, and it will not change any time soon.
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    Originally Posted by JasonDB View Post
    Like every single person in the entire world in every sport where they plan to or are competing at the top levels. Not condoning it as I don't personally approve of some of dosing you see in serious athletes. Just stating facts. This is the way it has been for the entire lifetime of most of us in this thread, and it will not change any time soon.
    What's your point? She'll never compete in the IPF/USAPL because they drug test and that is the cream of the crop in powerlifting IMO. inb4 14 page argument about who is/isn't natty.

    I would hate to be an "enhanced" athlete. I'd always be wondering how strong I'd be without Tech. Did I PR because of my hard work or because of what I injected? If I quit the sauce am I going to lose a lot of weight off my lifts? Not worth it to me.
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    For the love of God Eric, please tell me that chick is in a geared federation. Not that it's going to take anything away from her accomplishments, but motherofgod 465lb squat raw for a 165lb girl is ridiculous.


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    ^ GM is natty that much I know,

    On May 5, 12012, Gillian competed in the 2012 Southern Powerlifting Federation's North Myrtle Beach Classic in the 165lb class. All 9 attempts were good:

    Squat: 285lbs, 300lbs, 310lbs
    Bench: 225lbs, 240lbs, 250lbs
    Deadlift: 345lbs, 375lbs, 400lbs

    Total: 960lbs
    Nothing to scoff at imo... sure guys in this section lift more but pssssssssssssssssssst guys are supposed to lift more than girls


    I love Laura Phelps though (she got married so I think her name's hyphenated), she seems really sweet.

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    Originally Posted by JasonDB View Post
    Like every single person in the entire world in every sport where they plan to or are competing at the top levels. Not condoning it as I don't personally approve of some of dosing you see in serious athletes. Just stating facts. This is the way it has been for the entire lifetime of most of us in this thread, and it will not change any time soon.
    i see your argument


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    Originally Posted by ErickStevens View Post
    What's your point? She'll never compete in the IPF/USAPL because they drug test and that is the cream of the crop in powerlifting IMO. inb4 14 page argument about who is/isn't natty.

    I would hate to be an "enhanced" athlete. I'd always be wondering how strong I'd be without Tech. Did I PR because of my hard work or because of what I injected? If I quit the sauce am I going to lose a lot of weight off my lifts? Not worth it to me.
    I am not rehashing that old argument. I don't have the energy for it today. If someone wants to believe that drug testing means less drug use, then so be it.

    Do you ever wonder how strong you would be if you had never eaten in a caloric surplus or had neve eaten a high protein diet? Probably not. This is about how much most ask the question you did. Both are examples of putting something into your body in an attempt to gain strength and muscle.
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    Anyone watch Super-Cup of Titans? Interesting that highest total is winner but Belyaev Andrey was ****ing ridiculous. BRB 663 wilks. Here are the results:
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    and show you pro cyclists aka the most tested athletes on the face of the planet
    Just because you don't get caught means you didn't do it?
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    Originally Posted by PerpetualMotion View Post

    Just because you don't get caught means you didn't do it?
    i understand what your saying but look at mark Cavendish when he won the sprinters tittle in the tour de france he was tested something like 200 times that year now explain that
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    Originally Posted by HunterCML View Post
    For the love of God Eric, please tell me that chick is in a geared federation. Not that it's going to take anything away from her accomplishments, but motherofgod 465lb squat raw for a 165lb girl is ridiculous.


    Remember BarbieBarbell? The only way I can stay sane that her squat was so strong is because she was so geared up she could barely walk to the squat rack.
    She competes raw.
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    Originally Posted by happylifter View Post
    i understand what your saying but look at mark Cavendish when he won the sprinters tittle in the tour de france he was tested something like 200 times that year now explain that
    You're assuming that they are aware of all masking agents and/or drugs at that point. Do you know how often Olympic lifters get tested as well and sometimes they pass and sometimes they don't? China has been busted a few times but they've also passed. Did they suddenly just stop using one time and then started again then stopped using again? Probably not.

    But I'm not going to sit here and accuse everyone of doing drugz, though. I really couldn't care less. In the end, I do me and I'll let them do them. If we compete, they won and did drugs then that's fine with me. Life isn't fair and the last thing I'll cry about is fairness.
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    In on new thread! What's you're guys opinions in high frequency low volume full body workouts, I was running madcows, but ran across a routine that the la fd suggests for fire academy prep. So you're benching/squatting 3x per week and doing all the assistance 3x per week too. The reps are higher in this, they start 12-15 for week 1-2 and gradually decrease to 5-6 reps by the end of the program
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    Originally Posted by ErickStevens View Post
    She competes raw.
    Makes your 535 feel pretty insignificant doesn't it?

    I wonder if she would lol at all of Milones squat PR threads.
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    In on new thread! What's you're guys opinions in high frequency low volume full body workouts, I was running madcows, but ran across a routine that the la fd suggests for fire academy prep. So you're benching/squatting 3x per week and doing all the assistance 3x per week too. The reps are higher in this, they start 12-15 for week 1-2 and gradually decrease to 5-6 reps by the end of the program
    Sounds good for a complete noob IMO. Otherwise I would lower the reps. Any deadlifts or rows in the program?
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    Makes your 535 feel pretty insignificant doesn't it? .
    Not really.
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    opinions on deadlifting 2-3x a week? don't seem to see to many advocates of them more than 1x a week (at least in my realm of relative noobness), can't see how they'd be any different to squatting throughout the week and I fuarking love DL's, would love to increase their frequency.
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    opinions on deadlifting 2-3x a week? don't seem to see to many advocates of them more than 1x a week (at least in my realm of relative noobness), can't see how they'd be any different to squatting throughout the week and I fuarking love DL's, would love to increase their frequency.
    It's definitely different. I wouldn't recommend it.

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    Originally Posted by brendbro View Post
    opinions on deadlifting 2-3x a week? don't seem to see to many advocates of them more than 1x a week

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    It's definitely different. I wouldn't recommend it.

    Bill Starr says that if you want to deadlift more [weight], don't deadlift.
    I saw that actually, interesting.

    The issue is that I don't know how comfortable I am with squatting, due to an inguinal hernia (inb4toomuchinformation) I had to give them up for a long time and now that I'm doing them again I have noticed burning sensations at the spot of surgery... obviously don't want any future issues and I'm just concerned it will permanently keep me hinged on squats, but deadlifts I have no trouble with so would love to be able to focus on them.

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    Originally Posted by brendbro View Post
    I saw that actually, interesting.

    The issue is that I don't know how comfortable I am with squatting, due to an inguinal hernia (inb4toomuchinformation) I had to give them up for a long time and now that I'm doing them again I have noticed burning sensations at the spot of surgery... obviously don't want any future issues and I'm just concerned it will permanently keep me hinged on squats, but deadlifts I have no trouble with so would love to be able to focus on them.



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    If heel lift is bad when squatting why do people elevate them on a board?
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    Originally Posted by brendbro View Post
    opinions on deadlifting 2-3x a week? don't seem to see to many advocates of them more than 1x a week (at least in my realm of relative noobness), can't see how they'd be any different to squatting throughout the week and I fuarking love DL's, would love to increase their frequency.
    Then do it.

    Westside doesn't really train all the DL that much and that's because they believe that the muscles that strengthen the squat also strengthen the DL. Sometimes they do train it twice a week (speed and max effort work). The DL is also one of those lifts that people believe can be increased without ever having to directly train it (or, rather, train it infrequently). Quite a few people actually hold this opinion.

    Also, the DL is a more demanding exercise than the squat, which is how it's different. You can lift more and use more musculature thus more total work and strain on the muscles and CNS. It becomes a matter of efficiency. This is why you don't DL as often in 5x5 or SS.

    But I say experiment with it. There are people who DL often and there are people who don't. Bob Peoples deadlifted often and I believe Benedikt and Konstantin do sometimes as well. There's also people who are awesome DLers but don't DL frequently (I believe Ed Coan is one of them).

    Korte's 3x3 gets you to do all the big lifts 3 times a week but that programs for advanced lifters.

    If you do DL frequently, it doesn't always have to be heavy. Bendickt rehashed a cliche statement in one of his interviews and he said, "Speed kills."

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    If heel lift is bad when squatting why do people elevate them on a board?
    Artificial ankle mobility. You can get deeper with your heels raised up, which is why oly lifters where shoes with elevated heels. Also, if you're a BBer, it moves the weight more anteriorly, so more quad activation.
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    Originally Posted by brendbro View Post
    opinions on deadlifting 2-3x a week? don't seem to see to many advocates of them more than 1x a week (at least in my realm of relative noobness), can't see how they'd be any different to squatting throughout the week and I fuarking love DL's, would love to increase their frequency.
    I've been looking into it also. I always squat on monday and use to do SLDL after them. Recently I started pulling sumo after squats but Im not going super heavy. I do conventional deads on friday with chins. So far so good, I haven't had any injuries yet besides my shoulder hurting once in a while from benching. I've been trying to focus on my form with that.
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    Originally Posted by psychodiver9 View Post
    If heel lift is bad when squatting why do people elevate them on a board?
    What Perp said. It's not that heel lift is bad. It's the act of lifting them up while squatting that is bad. It fuks with the bar path, too. Since I started squatting with lifting shoes I've noticed more quad activation. I highly recommend them if you don't use them already (for when you go back to squats).
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    I kinda figure that was the reason but the Asian guy who was doing 3pps quarter squats while banging the safety bars above his waist made me wonder
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    Originally Posted by ErickStevens View Post
    I brought my DL up from high 4s to high 5s with a very simple process. One ME DL day per week with two back off sets. IE:

    Work up to 525 x 1
    455 x 3
    405 x 8

    The weight on the first and the second set would go up but I'd usually keep 405 as the weight on the third set just to make sure I didn't snap my shiit up. I'm now experimenting with higher frequency using a Sheiko CMS template and DLing twice per week at around 80%.
    the 1 big set and 2 back off (sometimes 1 back off but something like 495 x ~6 instead of a 455,405 sets) is what I'm doing now....deadlift is around 565+.....do you feel at these poundages the sheiko with Dl'ng 80% 2x a week is better? how is recovery for you with that?
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    Sounds good for a complete noob IMO. Otherwise I would lower the reps. Any deadlifts or rows in the program?
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    Since starting low bar squats i have pain on my upper back right around the area where the bar sits on my spine. It has slight affected the tension in my upper back back and neck in terms of tightness (although its starting to loosen now)

    Is this just pain from adjusting to something new or could this be a more serious injury that needs checking up. It was a very sub maximal weights
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