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    Originally Posted by RapidFail View Post
    Just remembered I haven't been including my warm up sets. This is from the start of the year:

    10,352 + 458,429 = 468,781
    High bar
    +9,746 = 478,527
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    Originally Posted by ECGordyn View Post
    Hang squats = DB squats?
    ... but with these:
    It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.

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    Originally Posted by supramax View Post
    ... but with these:
    Adjustable kettlebells?
    2020 maxes
    Squat 185
    Bench 137
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    Originally Posted by ECGordyn View Post
    Adjustable kettlebells?
    I call them 'loadable kettlebell handles', but yeah. With the 14 inch bars, I can get them up to 170 lbs each.
    It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.

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    Bulgarian Split Squats
    + 10,890 = 489,417
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    Originally Posted by jademonkey View Post
    Bulgarian Split Squats
    + 10,890 = 489,417
    High bar
    +8,169 = 497,586
    2020 maxes
    Squat 185
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    High bar:

    5 x 30kg = 150kg
    5 x 45kg = 225kg
    3 x 60kg = 180kg
    7 x 60kg = 420kg
    9 x 60kg (AMRAP) = 540kg

    1515kg (3340lb)

    3340 + 497,586 = 500,926
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    Bent Over Row - 5 x 67.5kg (149lb), 10 x 60kg (132lb)
    Front squat - 5 x 67.5kg (149lb), 8 x 60kg (132lb)
    Back squat - 3 x 80kg (176lb), 5 x 75kg (160lb)
    RDL - 9 x 85kg (187lb)
    Deadlift - 3 x 100kg (220.5lb), 7 x 97.5kg (215lb)
    Overhead Press - 6 x 40kg (88lb)
    Chin Ups - 7 x bodyweight + 10kg (22lb), 13 x bodyweight
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    A sixth of the year gone by and a tenth of the goal. It doesn't look good for the good guys.
    I'm aiming for 3 unassisted squat workouts per week to total 16,320 lbs, but sor far, the third one excapes me.
    It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.

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    Originally Posted by supramax View Post
    A sixth of the year gone by and a tenth of the goal. It doesn't look good for the good guys.
    I'm aiming for 3 unassisted squat workouts per week to total 16,320 lbs, but sor far, the third one excapes me.
    Yeah I never have luck starting these goal threads. OHP thread in 2019 bombed hard.

    Just keep going and see how far we get. Others might start logging later, and anyway we can tally up who squatted the most in 2021.

    Want to change it to a squat contest? Personal total for the year?
    2020 maxes
    Squat 185
    Bench 137
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    Originally Posted by supramax View Post
    A sixth of the year gone by and a tenth of the goal. It doesn't look good for the good guys.
    I'm aiming for 3 unassisted squat workouts per week to total 16,320 lbs, but sor far, the third one excapes me.
    Maybe I can start adding some. Do box squats count? I'm doing a lot of those in addition to regular squats
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    Originally Posted by SaviorSelfJT View Post
    Do box squats count?
    Yes, just log each variation.
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    Originally Posted by ECGordyn View Post
    Yeah I never have luck starting these goal threads. OHP thread in 2019 bombed hard.

    Just keep going and see how far we get. Others might start logging later, and anyway we can tally up who squatted the most in 2021.

    Want to change it to a squat contest? Personal total for the year?
    I really want to help out here, but I'm sticking with Belt Squats until my stretching heals up my Quadratus Lumborum all the way. So I'll probably be of no use here for the next couple of months... unless... there IS this complicated formula I found to convert Pit Shark belt squats to Back Squats in terms of poundage.



    Personally, I've found that if I take the weight on the Pit Shark (using the last setting), and divide it by 1.5, it's roughly equivalent to barbell squat poundage. So if you normally do 5 rep squats with 140 kilos, you could expect to do 5 rep pit shark squats with 210 kilos (on the last setting, the one furthest away from the weight plates)

    Anyway, I'll keep repping everyone in here until then!

    Cheers dudes, keep it up!!!
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    Originally Posted by Camarija View Post
    I really want to help out here, but I'm sticking with Belt Squats until my stretching heals up my Quadratus Lumborum all the way. So I'll probably be of no use here for the next couple of months... unless... there IS this complicated formula I found to convert Pit Shark belt squats to Back Squats in terms of poundage.



    Personally, I've found that if I take the weight on the Pit Shark (using the last setting), and divide it by 1.5, it's roughly equivalent to barbell squat poundage. So if you normally do 5 rep squats with 140 kilos, you could expect to do 5 rep pit shark squats with 210 kilos (on the last setting, the one furthest away from the weight plates)

    Anyway, I'll keep repping everyone in here until then!

    Cheers dudes, keep it up!!!
    Hmmm... I've never done a belt squat, but seems to me it's technically a machine squat, which wouldn't qualify as a free weight squat.

    What does everybody else say? Include the belt squat with Camaro's equation, or no?
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    Originally Posted by RapidFail View Post
    High bar:

    5 x 30kg = 150kg
    5 x 45kg = 225kg
    3 x 60kg = 180kg
    7 x 60kg = 420kg
    9 x 60kg (AMRAP) = 540kg

    1515kg (3340lb)

    3340 + 497,586 = 500,926
    Front squats, deload week.

    5 x 30kg = 150kg
    3 x 50kg = 150kg
    7 x 50kg = 350kg
    7 x 50kg = 350kg

    1000kg (2205lb)

    2205 + 500,926 = 503,131
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    Bent Over Row - 5 x 67.5kg (149lb), 10 x 60kg (132lb)
    Front squat - 5 x 67.5kg (149lb), 8 x 60kg (132lb)
    Back squat - 3 x 80kg (176lb), 5 x 75kg (160lb)
    RDL - 9 x 85kg (187lb)
    Deadlift - 3 x 100kg (220.5lb), 7 x 97.5kg (215lb)
    Overhead Press - 6 x 40kg (88lb)
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    Originally Posted by ECGordyn View Post
    Hmmm... I've never done a belt squat, but seems to me it's technically a machine squat, which wouldn't qualify as a free weight squat.

    What does everybody else say? Include the belt squat with Camaro's equation, or no?

    The belted squat removes the back from the lift right? I'd lean towards no then tbh

    Originally Posted by RapidFail View Post
    Front squats, deload week.

    5 x 30kg = 150kg
    3 x 50kg = 150kg
    7 x 50kg = 350kg
    7 x 50kg = 350kg

    1000kg (2205lb)

    2205 + 500,926 = 503,131
    Just work sets, box squat:

    405x1
    315x12
    = 4185
    507,316
    Best lifts:
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    Originally Posted by ECGordyn View Post
    Yeah I never have luck starting these goal threads. OHP thread in 2019 bombed hard.

    Just keep going and see how far we get. Others might start logging later, and anyway we can tally up who squatted the most in 2021.

    Want to change it to a squat contest? Personal total for the year?
    I don't even compete with myself. I just figured that at my current poundage, 3 squat sessions per week over 52 weeks would add 848,640 lbs to the total.
    It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.

    It's easy to not be afraid of tigers when you're sitting in your living room watching a television program about tigers. When you're in the jungle where the tigers are, it's quite a different story.
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    Camarija,

    What did you do to injure the quadratus lumborum and what are you doing to fix it?
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    Originally Posted by saviorselfjt View Post
    the belted squat removes the back from the lift right? I'd lean towards no then tbh



    just work sets, box squat:

    405x1
    315x12
    = 4185
    507,316
    hang squats

    + 10,880 = 518,196
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    hang squats

    + 10,880 = 518,196
    Regular squats:

    445 + 315*8 + 335*3 + 355*3 + 375*3 = 6160

    524356
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    Originally Posted by ECGordyn View Post
    Hmmm... I've never done a belt squat, but seems to me it's technically a machine squat, which wouldn't qualify as a free weight squat.

    What does everybody else say? Include the belt squat with Camaro's equation, or no?
    Thanks mate, but I agree with you. Although EMG studies suggest similar hypertrophy effects between the belt squat and the free weight squat, there's just something special about the free weight squat that makes it superior. I'll be back to free weight squats soon enough though!

    Originally Posted by supramax View Post
    Camarija,

    What did you do to injure the quadratus lumborum and what are you doing to fix it?
    I failed a 415 lb conventional deadlift with poor technique. I had pulled 425 lbs a couple weeks before without too much trouble, and had consistently been pulling 415's since then, but that day I was feeling off, lost my focus, and tried powering through instead of taking it easy.

    I've been incorporating frequent reverse hyper training to try to flush blood to the site of the injury, similar to bill star's muscle belly rehab protocols, but I've been traveling a lot these past couple of months so reverse hypers aren't common enough to come by.

    A couple of physios recommended some daily stretching routines. Laying on my back, bringing my knees to my chest, and hugging seems to help immensely. This one also helps:


    I've been putting off my recovery for a while now so I'm trying to get committed to daily stretches. I figure the sooner I'm recovered, the sooner I can get back to Squats.

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    Originally Posted by SaviorSelfJT View Post
    Regular squats:

    445 + 315*8 + 335*3 + 355*3 + 375*3 = 6160

    524356
    Hit a new PR today.

    135x3, 135x3, 225x2, 315x2, 365x1, 405x1, 425x1, 445x1, 465x1 = 4220

    528576
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    Originally Posted by SaviorSelfJT View Post
    Hit a new PR today.

    135x3, 135x3, 225x2, 315x2, 365x1, 405x1, 425x1, 445x1, 465x1 = 4220

    528576
    Box Squat-
    up to 405x1
    then 315x5x5

    = 8280

    =536856
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    Originally Posted by SaviorSelfJT View Post
    Box Squat-
    up to 405x1
    then 315x5x5

    = 8280

    =536856
    + 5,440 = 542,296

    That's it for the week.
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    Originally Posted by supramax View Post
    + 5,440 = 542,296

    That's it for the week.
    High bar:

    5 x 20kg = 100kg
    5 x 40kg = 200kg
    3 x 55kg = 165kg
    1 x 67.5kg
    5 x 67.5kg
    5 x 67.5kg
    5 x 67.5kg
    5 x 67.5kg = 1417.5kg

    1882.5kg = 4150lb

    4150 + 542,296 = 546,446
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    Back squat - 3 x 80kg (176lb), 5 x 75kg (160lb)
    RDL - 9 x 85kg (187lb)
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    Originally Posted by RapidFail View Post
    High bar:

    5 x 20kg = 100kg
    5 x 40kg = 200kg
    3 x 55kg = 165kg
    1 x 67.5kg
    5 x 67.5kg
    5 x 67.5kg
    5 x 67.5kg
    5 x 67.5kg = 1417.5kg

    1882.5kg = 4150lb

    4150 + 542,296 = 546,446
    Bulgarian Split Squats:
    3 sets of 8 per leg with 26kg (2 x 13kg dumbbells)

    1248kg (2751lb)

    2751 + 546,446 = 549,197
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    RDL - 9 x 85kg (187lb)
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    Originally Posted by supramax View Post
    THANK YOU! I had been doing the version of this stretch without putting my opposite hand up, but now performing the full movement has been an upgrade

    I'm being more consistent with my stretching and it's already paying off

    Originally Posted by RapidFail View Post
    Bulgarian Split Squats:
    3 sets of 8 per leg with 26kg (2 x 13kg dumbbells)

    1248kg (2751lb)

    2751 + 546,446 = 549,197
    I'm traveling again, no belt squat so light squats today!

    Back Squat
    135 lbs x 12 = 1,620
    155 lbs x 20 = 3,100
    175 lbs x 12 = 2,100

    Total = 6,820 lbs

    549,197 + 6,820 = 556,017
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    Originally Posted by Camarija View Post
    THANK YOU! I had been doing the version of this stretch without putting my opposite hand up, but now performing the full movement has been an upgrade

    I'm being more consistent with my stretching and it's already paying off



    I'm traveling again, no belt squat so light squats today!

    Back Squat
    135 lbs x 12 = 1,620
    155 lbs x 20 = 3,100
    175 lbs x 12 = 2,100

    Total = 6,820 lbs

    549,197 + 6,820 = 556,017
    Literally only worked up to a heavy single yesterday, regular squats. Don't remember each warmup so only going to count once:
    135 + 225 + 315 + 365 + 405 + 425 = 1870

    557, 887
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    Front squats:

    8 x 20kg = 160kg
    4 x 40kg = 160kg
    2 x 52.5kg
    8 x 52.5kg
    8 x 52.5kg
    8 x 52.5kg = 1365kg

    1685kg (3715lb)

    3715 + 557,887 = 561,602
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    Front squats:

    8 x 20kg = 160kg
    4 x 40kg = 160kg
    2 x 52.5kg
    8 x 52.5kg
    8 x 52.5kg
    8 x 52.5kg = 1365kg

    1685kg (3715lb)

    3715 + 557,887 = 561,602
    Box squats again today:

    405 + 365x3x2 = 2595

    564,197
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