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Old 07-12-2011, 04:04 PM   #1321
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Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: Reading, Berkshire, UK
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Originally Posted by big_swede View Post
Good session Al! Looks like the time off did you good even if it was stressfull! You'll get the weight back in no-time, and that 75kg friend of yours, repping 252.5 on the squat, that is just crazy strong!!

Enjoy your meal(s)! =)
Thanks Swedish. Dean is a monster. Not only is his squat ludicrous, he is also a UK record holder in the bench press with a single ply lift around 170kg's at the same bodyweight. I believe his highest contest squat was 265kg's a couple of years ago.

Oh and he's a geezer at around 45 years of age

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Originally Posted by Creechur View Post
Yeah I figured nutrition in a hospital and with a newborn might slip a little haha! I agree with you guys on the bodyweight stuff, I hover right around 103 kgs most days. Although, in a perfect world I'd love you compete in the 90 kgs class, but I love food too much haha!
Dave Tate's advice on nutrition for powerlifting:

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Keep eating and gaining bodyweight until you stop getting stronger. Once that happens, drop a weightclass.
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