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Re: Introduce yourself
« Reply #30 on: June 10, 2014, 02:14:25 PM »

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That's some pretty decent lifts!

Thanks man, we hope to increase much squat and bench (I currently use a really too loose shirt).
"Hard in the training, easy in the battle"

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Re: Introduce yourself
« Reply #31 on: June 10, 2014, 02:38:16 PM »
Where are you from?
Sweden
How long have you been training? How long have you been using Super-coach Sheiko's training?
Have been training for 3 years. Have been training with Sheiko programs for about 6 months.
Do you compete? Which Fed?
No, will do soon.
What have you totaled? What are your best lifts?
Total 480kg at 81kg bodyweight, age 17. Best lifts are 170-125-185 but this was a while ago. I hope i will reach 500kg at -83 bodyweight in 5 weeks.

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« Reply #32 on: June 10, 2014, 06:26:52 PM »
*Where are you from?
Norway (stalking SveGjo)

*How long have you been training? How long have you been using Super-coach Sheiko's training?
For about 3 years seriously, had some breaks due to injuries and neglecting certain bodyparts.  Been training sheiko for almost 14 months now.

*Do you compete? Which Fed?
Competing when i feel the time is ready, fed of choice would obv be IPF.

*What have you totaled? What are your best lifts?
Squat 160, bench 117.5, 165 raw. Currently only done 150 bench in a bad shirt.

*Etc...
Training towards equipped single-ply lifting, working bodyweight up to find a comfortable weightclass to compete in.

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Re: Introduce yourself
« Reply #33 on: June 10, 2014, 07:44:55 PM »
*Where are you from?
Austria, Europe
*How long have you been training? How long have you been using Super-coach Sheiko's training?"
I'll did #29, #30, #37
*Do you compete? Which Fed?"
I don't know, in which FED i should compete
*What have you totaled? What are your best lifts?"
Bench: 102,5(old) Squat: 160 Deadlift: 180 all at gym, at 88kg, weight pending
PR: 90x5 Bench, Frontsquat: 125 165x5 Deadlift
« Last Edit: June 10, 2014, 07:46:57 PM by Winter »

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Re: Introduce yourself
« Reply #34 on: June 11, 2014, 03:17:23 PM »

Where are you from?
Newcastle, Australia.
How long have you been training? How long have you been using Super-coach Sheiko's training?
Have done a couple single training cycles before, now using it full time, consecutive cycles.
Do you compete? Which Fed?
IPF's Australian arm. Raw only, I don't lift equipped.
What have you totaled? What are your best lifts?
220/125/240 for a total of 585kg @ 93kg bodyweight. Hoping to improve these numbers greatly by the end of 2014

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Re: Introduce yourself
« Reply #35 on: June 13, 2014, 07:58:20 AM »
Where are you from?
New Jersey (USA)

How long have you been training?
Been lifting since I was 12 I am now 31. Background is track and field Collegiate and Post Collegiate up until 2010. 100m 10.94 200m 21.98 Long Jump 6.98m While running track I would do bench only meets before making the switch to powerlifting in 2010. Have only been competing in full power since Dec 2012.

Do you compete? Which Fed?

Raw Unity Meet, RPS, USPA, USAPL. Plan to get back to USAPL/IPF in the future.

What have you totaled? What are your best lifts?
1470@164 Raw No Wraps Drug-Tested. Squat 505,Bench 405, Deadlift 560. Bench single lift meet 410.

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/JASONMANENKOFF165
Gym which I own: www.iron-arena.com

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« Reply #36 on: June 17, 2014, 03:08:21 PM »
*Where are you from?

Netherlands

*How long have you been training? How long have you been using Super-coach Sheiko's training?

Approx 4.5 years. Followed sheiko's 4 day per week template prior to my last competition, before that I used 2 12 week cycles (3 days per week)

*Do you compete? Which Fed?

Yes, in the NPB (Dutch federation associated with IPF)

*What have you totaled? What are your best lifts?

265 - 150 - 310 (725 total( @ 118.8 kg BW (RAW) Best bench press in gym is 155 kg.

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« Reply #37 on: June 18, 2014, 04:16:20 PM »

Where are you from:  Norway,but lives in Sweden now with my family

*How long have you been training? I start lifting in IPF at age 13 years in early 1980´s.
How long have you been using Super-coach Sheiko's training? i have try it some times & even coach a few that has run it with big sucsess,i have Think start run a bench only now Before my meet in end of august,on this forum i have get many answer about this type of training i did not understand or why?

*Do you compete? Which Fed? yes compete since 1983 but had a few years off after a lowerback accident/injury where i had problem just walk. been over 30 years in IPF,but lift in AWPC/WPC as well now.


*What have you totaled? What are your best lifts?

270 - 180 - 300 as Young lifter (around 17-18 years old with no shirt in 100/110kg class) Before my lowerback injury,this Days Bench only & have done 275kg with 2 ply shirt & 237,5kg (IPF as Master) singel ply.

That was Little about me & will be fun follow many of the talented lifters on this forum


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« Reply #38 on: June 19, 2014, 06:26:12 PM »
*Where are you from?
Kansas City, Missouri, USA
*How long have you been training? How long have you been using Super-coach Sheiko's training?
I've trained for a number of years, but specifically for powerlifting for nearly 5 years.  I picked up Sheiko's training methods after watching numerous Ben Rice videos online and seeing his incredible lifts.
*Do you compete? Which Fed?
Yes, I do compete, though not specirfically with any federations.  I've done ADFPF (WDFPF), APA, USAPL, and unaffiliated competitions.  I traditionally like tested lifting, but proximately to home is more important.
*What have you totaled? What are your best lifts?
I recently hit a 650 kg (1433 lb) total going 227.5/170/252.5 at 100 BW.  My best lift has always been my bench but I've made big progress on my squat and deadlift with Sheiko's programming.

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« Reply #39 on: June 27, 2014, 04:46:16 PM »
*Where are you from?

Melbourne, Australia

*How long have you been training? How long have you been using Super-coach Sheiko's training?

Training for PL 7 years, using Sheiko's plans the entire time

*Do you compete? Which Fed?

Powerlifting Australia (IPF)

*What have you totaled? What are your best lifts?

285/225/275 equipped
250/175/255 raw

SHW, 126kg @ 186cm

Haven't been able to squat/deadlift for a year and half now, concentrating on bench press  >:(

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Re: Introduce yourself
« Reply #40 on: July 03, 2014, 12:11:17 AM »
Where are you from?
Netherlands
How long have you been training? How long have you been using Super-coach Sheiko's training?
7 years. This is the first time im running sheiko seriously. Did the 29-31-37 blabla stuff in the past, but always overtrained due to undereating.
Do you compete? Which Fed?
RAW @ NPB
What have you totaled? What are your best lifts?
Last meet was 550 kilo 6 weeks after face surgery; 200 squat - 120 bench - 230 deadlift @ 80,1 kilo bw.
Best gym lifts are 215-140-250, all at an out of shape 88-94kilo bw.
In December I will be competing in the Dutch Raw Championships in -83. After that im going up a weight class. I'm sure sheiko lay outs will help me a lot, just switched to sumo stance deadlifts.

Where are you from?
Belgium

How long have you been training? How long have you been using Super-coach Sheiko's training?
3 years powerlifting training, before that track & field (200-400m) for some years
sheiko cms from dec '11 to sept '13
sheiko bench press program with auto regulated low volume sq&dl (chronic knee tendonitis) since oct 13 - now

Do you compete? Which Fed?
yes, IPF
I am also national cat referee

Yo :D

Chris zit hier ook man. Krijgt online coaching van Sheiko.
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Re: Introduce yourself
« Reply #41 on: July 21, 2014, 08:30:51 AM »
Hi, new member, very excited and hopeful.

I'm from the UK, but now living in Vietnam. Teaching English to small children, doing a little personal training and enjoying life with my girlfriend and friends.

Powerlifting? Not very long, a few months. I started 4 years ago at 140kg, spent 1.5 years cutting down to 80kg using Mark Rippetoe's Starting Strength (got me some big legs but neglected the bench press, my fault). Then moved into Weightlifting (Schtangist!) and did well, enoyed it. After 2 years Snatched 105kg, Clean and Jerked 130kg at 80kg Bodyweight. Not Olympic level, but bad. Again, neglected the bench press.

Then in Vietnam I had a Stroke (at 23!!) then spent the next few months in and out of hospitals between Vietnam and England. I made an attempt to return to Weightlifting, but it just wasn't there, my brain-body connection just couldn't keep up with the speed required. So I cast my eyes to the 'ugly' sport of Powerlifting. But so far really enjoying it! 3 months in and my lifts are:

Bodyweight  90kg
Squat 165kg (High bar Weightlifting style, not ideal for Powerlifting but feels natural)
Bench 110kg (Terrible...)
Deadlift 240kg (I don't know where this came from!)

I don't compete, and don't plan to for the foreseeable future as I'm not sure what competitions even exist down here in South East Asia (though Australia isn't too far away). But I want to build the strength so that someday if/when I return to England, I can compete.

So today is my first day of Sheiko's #37 Program, then followed by the programs suggested in the +80kg lifter plan.

Thanks!

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« Reply #42 on: July 21, 2014, 03:39:37 PM »
Hi, new member, very excited and hopeful.

I'm from the UK, but now living in Vietnam. Teaching English to small children, doing a little personal training and enjoying life with my girlfriend and friends.

Powerlifting? Not very long, a few months. I started 4 years ago at 140kg, spent 1.5 years cutting down to 80kg using Mark Rippetoe's Starting Strength (got me some big legs but neglected the bench press, my fault). Then moved into Weightlifting (Schtangist!) and did well, enoyed it. After 2 years Snatched 105kg, Clean and Jerked 130kg at 80kg Bodyweight. Not Olympic level, but bad. Again, neglected the bench press.

Then in Vietnam I had a Stroke (at 23!!) then spent the next few months in and out of hospitals between Vietnam and England. I made an attempt to return to Weightlifting, but it just wasn't there, my brain-body connection just couldn't keep up with the speed required. So I cast my eyes to the 'ugly' sport of Powerlifting. But so far really enjoying it! 3 months in and my lifts are:

Bodyweight  90kg
Squat 165kg (High bar Weightlifting style, not ideal for Powerlifting but feels natural)
Bench 110kg (Terrible...)
Deadlift 240kg (I don't know where this came from!)

I don't compete, and don't plan to for the foreseeable future as I'm not sure what competitions even exist down here in South East Asia (though Australia isn't too far away). But I want to build the strength so that someday if/when I return to England, I can compete.

So today is my first day of Sheiko's #37 Program, then followed by the programs suggested in the +80kg lifter plan.

Thanks!

Welcome mate. What sort of facilities do they have in Vietnam?

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« Reply #43 on: July 21, 2014, 04:30:54 PM »
Taiwan, Japan, Indonesia all have good powerlifting history. Wife's dad makes trip from Taiwan to Vietnam frequently seems not too expensive

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« Reply #44 on: September 17, 2014, 04:01:37 PM »
Where are you from?
Missouri, USA

How long have you been training? How long have you been using Super-coach Sheiko's training?
Have been training for almost 2 years.  Short break in that time for knee surgery (not lifting related)  I have been running Sheiko's methods for about 5 months now.

Do you compete? Which Fed?
Primarily ADFPF since they hold a lot of local meets.

What have you totaled? What are your best lifts?
472.5 @ 77.5kg.  170/117.5/185.  Would like to total 500kg by years end, but I may not compete before that.