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Old 05-07-2010, 10:22 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
Congrats on your decision to compete. Make your first lift something you can nail easy, that's about all I know

Here are some state raw records:

State Records

The "record" total for 165 in Alabama is 1045.
The "record" total for 165 in Georgia is 1165.

I would say anything over 800 (which is where you are) stands a good chance of placing high in a meet. You'll place much better then you expect. Depending on the competition, you could even take 1st.
Thanks for the link! Good to know what kind of things I can expect to be up against.

I'd probably be ecstatic for weeks if I took 1st place. haha

Btw, what kind of weight-jumps do you think is optimal for your lifts in a meet? Also, is there somewhere I can find a warm-up template for meet lifts or something? Not entirely sure how to warm-up for meet attempts.
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