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Competitions / Re: Swedish raw nationals live
« on: July 07, 2014, 02:53:18 PM »
I do not have the particular lifts yet, except for Kim Gustafsson 3rd place +120 pulled 352,5kg raw deadlift for a new swedish record, shortly after Jörgen Ljungberg pulled 350,5kg breaking Kim's last year record.

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Competitions / Re: Swedish raw nationals live
« on: July 07, 2014, 02:50:17 PM »
Women

+84
Emelie Pettersson 510kg
Erika Gustafsson 442,5kg
Terese Karlsson 417,5kg

-84
Ellinor Svensson 435kg
Emma Andersson 420,5kg
Rebecca Lindkvist 407,5kg

-72
Marie Tunroth 443,5kg
Isabella Weissenberg 435kg
Eleni Kamvissis 405kg

-63
Jenny Adolfsson 422,5kg
Riitta Liimatainen 372,5kg
Karolina Arvidsson 367,5kg

-57
Sofia Loft 380kg
Lina Åberg 335kg
Carina Hedberg 332,5kg

-52
Miia Grändås 360kg
Tove Borg 220kg
Emma Niklasson 180kg

-47
Sandrine Quignaudon 246kg
Malin Carlsson 239,5kg
Cristin Helgebring 237,5kg

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Competitions / Re: Swedish raw nationals live
« on: July 07, 2014, 02:44:52 PM »
Men

+120
Jörgen Ljungberg 880,5kg
Robin Sjögren 867,5kg
Kim Gustafsson 805kg

-120
Adam Haavik 790,5kg
Fredrik Nilsson 770kg
Per Montonen 755kg

-105
Stefan Ågren 775kg
Adam Loutonen 765kg
Mikael Gullander 757,5kg

-93
Emil Johansson 737,5kg
Robert Berg 692,5kg
Thomas Edvinsson 691kg

-83
Kristian Sewen 683kg
Tobias Hägg 675kg
Simon Svedin 655kg

-74
Andreas Lundgren 562,5kg
Niklas Björk 542,5kg
Thomas Dano 532,5kg

-66
Torbjörn Jönsson 515kg
Phongdanai Håkansson 452,5kg
Martin Arvidsson 452,5kg

-59
Thomas Wulffeld 445kg
Julius Ingelow 415kg
Mikael Elenius 387,5kg

EDIT: Spelling

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Universal Topics / Re: Rest's between sets
« on: July 07, 2014, 02:06:36 PM »
I suppose I just regulate by how I am feeling that day. While I have no particular sense of if I am resting 30 seconds or 5 minutes, I notice by how fast I complete the session rather.
Sometimes I feel stronger and more well-rested and the reps feel light as feathers, and sometimes heavy as mountains and I rest more accordingly to that.

I do not like setting prescribed rest-intervalls since I have only had bad experiences with it. Note though is that I do not rest ridicilously long however, usually I time it within 2-3 minutes pretty well when I have checked.

For assistance exercises I do try to count 1 minute to shorten down time.

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I know there have been topics before related to this, but I do not feel that they've clarified the different aspect that I am interested in.

Often I have heard that the level that I am at I do not need any variations of the mainlifts, but only to keep hammering them. A few months ago I used to be weak off the floor in a deadlift, after doing lots of decifit pulls I have completely crushed that sticking point and find now that instead I am weak at the lockout of the lift, or rather middle point. My sticking point has shifted.

This is the first sticking point I got through, when it comes to the squat and the bench much improvement to the sticking points have not been made, I still have it midway through the lift on both.

My question is as follows, should I start incorporating variations to deal with these issues? I have seen little to none improvement by only hammering the form of the lifts.

And what would be the proper variations for countering these sticking points?

For the deadlift I have figured out that deadlifting from boxes and pausing at the knees help with the lockout form and strength. But as for the squat and benchpress I am more unsure. I would guess or assume that box squats and chainssquats would suit me more to help me active the glutes and sit back better as well as building a stronger lockout-speed from the hole.
Regarding the benchpress I have only guessed that dead-start(bench resting on the safety rack), band and chains would help me ( I do not have any boards).

Any suggestions?

Films of all the lifts are in the log.

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Training Logs / Re: Tyrwing's log
« on: July 04, 2014, 03:12:51 PM »
W4D3

Backraise
Situps


Squat
- belt -
90kg x 5
107,5kg x 4
125kg x 3
145kg x 3, 3, 3, 3, 3

Benchpress
55kg x 6
65kg x 6
72,5kg x 6, 6, 6, 6

Dumbbell lunges deficit, backwards
10kg x 5, 5, 5, 5, 5

Cablerow
One-leg legpress
Reverse flyes
Hammercurls


Technically ok, bench and squat felt good. Back was still stiff so I put some linnex on it, stretched out and went with the belt from set 1.


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Training Logs / Re: DRY's Log
« on: July 02, 2014, 04:43:15 PM »
Heavy and nice. Wouldn't mind squatting 330 myself.

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Training Logs / Re: Tyrwing's log
« on: July 02, 2014, 03:34:39 PM »
Hey , i'm from sweden also, on my first sheiko program. Will follow this :)


Welcome!  :)

W4D2

Back raise
Plank


Benchpress
55kg x 5
65kg x 4
72,5kg x 3
82,5kg x 3, 3
- wraps -
92,5kg x 2, 2, 2

Deadlift
112,5kg x 4
135kg x 4
157,5kg x 3, 3
- belt -
180kg x 3, 3
192,5kg x 2, 2, 2

Benchpress
60kg x 4
72,5kg x 4
82,5kg x 4, 4, 4, 4

Dumbbell flyes
Legextension
Pulldown
Lateral raise
Dumbbell tricepsextension


Part heavy, part good.

Strengthwise my deadlift has improved a lot, I used to be able to pull a high 1RM but not anywhere close to that during training. But technique needs heavy improvement. My lowerback cramped up and got locked during training so it would not follow properly during the last lifts and I started hitching and heaving upp the weights.

Benchpress was mehish, right shoulderblade got stiff and locked so setup wasn't that strong.


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Training Logs / Re: Tyrwing's log
« on: June 30, 2014, 07:35:56 PM »
I've been to many gyms in my life.  I honestly think I can say though that I've never seen a nicer one than in that video

It is a sportscenter so it is very nice indeed! Only practical stuff around(racks, barbells, only necessary machines) and other good things like yacuzzi, icebath and a sauna!

Gonna try them out on wednesday, probably should of hit the sauna today, right now I feel like I've been run over by a bus.

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Training Logs / Re: DRY's Log
« on: June 30, 2014, 06:27:06 PM »
Are you keeping the GMs on a low weight on purpose?

I am doing that as I feel lowweight full ROM(oh well, at least attempt to make full ROM) GMs give me plenty unlike heavy weighted ones.

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Training Logs / Re: Tyrwing's log
« on: June 30, 2014, 06:25:32 PM »
Until I figure out how to embedd(?) the video, here's the link!

W4D1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eh0CnCu65L4

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Training Logs / Re: Tyrwing's log
« on: June 30, 2014, 05:03:25 PM »
W4D1

Squat
100kg x 5
117,5kg x 4
135kg x 3
- belt -
152,5kg x 2, 2, 2, 2

Benchpress
55kg x 5
65kg x 4
77,5kkg x 3
82,5kg x 3, 3, 3, 3

Squat
90kg x 3
107,5kg x 3
125kg x 3, 3
- belt -
145kg x 2, 2, 2, 2

Dumbbell flyes
Cablerow
Overheadpress
Lying legcurl
Dumbbell curls


Heavy session today as well, just moved so I am quite tired. I was up early doing chores and running errands.

Squat felt good today, trying to shove my ass a bit back so that I won't rely so much on my calves and stretch them out, that's quite painful!
Bench was okay, slightly stiff today so the lats cramped up, but it's getting there.

GOt in contact with a chiropractor so he'll fix my back in the middle of august when he gets back.

Not sure if people are interested in lift-films, I am recording all work sets.

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Training Logs / Re: Tyrwing's log
« on: June 27, 2014, 08:09:47 PM »
W3D3

Benchpress
55kg x 5
65kg x 4
77,5kg x 3
87,5kg x 2, 2, 2, 2

Squat
90kg x 5
107,5kg x 4
125kg x 3
- belt -
145kg x 2, 2, 2, 2

Benchpress
55kg x 6
65kg x 6
72,5kg x 6, 6, 6, 6

Goodmorning
- belt -
72,5kg x 5, 5, 5, 5, 5

Heavy session, have had a lack of sleep lately due to my dementia-senile neighbour. BUt that is finally over since I am moving tomorrow. Goodbye worthless fitnesscenter, hello well equiped and nice sportscenter on monday!

Squat felt heavy and very taxing on my calves, bench was okayish as usual on that particular bench. No wraps today at least so that felt good. Usually my wrists feel quite banged up after all the pressing and squatting from sheiko.

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Training Logs / Re: Kayser' Log.
« on: June 25, 2014, 11:58:17 PM »
Thank jebus lol, 6'3 is like gigantic.

6'6 (195cm) reporting in. ;)

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Training Logs / Re: DRY's Log
« on: June 25, 2014, 11:57:31 PM »
I suppose I would not know, but it is easier for me to relate to single-ply as that is what we have in sweden as well, a lot of the guys compete with equipment here too, so I have seen how it affects their lifts and such. I am planning to join in as soon as I move back home in 2 more years. :)

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