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Old 05-19-2013, 01:31 PM   #21
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Old 05-19-2013, 04:22 PM   #22
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Finally managed this today.

46kg (101.4 lbs) X 1

I've been training DB clean and press for a little while. The 46s have been sitting there mocking me from the DB rack. Managed three reps with 42s (93s), so thought I would give it a go.

Definitely strict - no leg drive on the press.

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Old 05-19-2013, 10:58 PM   #23
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Dang good Tann!

I've got one 110 to the shoulder, but can't imagine pressing two of them.
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I don't know what you are considering a clean from the floor but I regularly do standing dumbell OHP with 100s. I guess you could say I hand clean them into place. I don't currently have access to anything over 100 so I usually stick to sets of 5-10 with them depending on prior OHP movements.
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I don't know what you are considering a clean from the floor but I regularly do standing dumbell OHP with 100s. I guess you could say I hand clean them into place. I don't currently have access to anything over 100 so I usually stick to sets of 5-10 with them depending on prior OHP movements.

5-10? And you do them after your other OHP movements?? Wow. That's really impressive. My one single, solitary rep nearly killed me.

Cleaning from the floor - I pick them up from the floor to about thigh height, then swing them up to my shoulders in one graceful, fluid movement

Well, that's what it looks like in my head.
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A straightforward question, asked from idle curiosity.

Standing DB press seems such a basic movement, yet I never see anyone doing it. I've been trying them recently as a way of getting back into pressing. They seem a little kinder on my elbow and shoulder problems.

This got me wondering how many people on here can clean two 45kg/100lb DB from the floor and standing strict press them overhead.

If so, how many reps?

When my shoulder recovers this a bit more, I'll have a go, but I'm by no means hopeful.

hah, this reminds me of the introduction to Pavel's book Beyond Bodybuilding:

"We go to a bodybuilding expo every year. Last few years we ran a challenge at our booth. A one-arm military press with an eighty-eight pound kettlebell. The rules are simple: the fist must be lower than the chin at the start of the press and the knees must remain locked. You don't even have to clean the bell because I do not want any of the 'this is all technique' whining. We'll hand it to you if you insist.

Let us face it, pressing eighty-eight pounds overhead is not a feat of strength. Definitely not for a two hundred-fifty pound man. Yet the overwhelming majority of the big sissies just can't do it. And that is the ones who at least try. Most are plain scared. I call out to the passing muscleheads: 'Do we have a man here?' Most flinch and keep walking. Whenever my challenge was ignored I would smile sweetly and say, 'Sir, I understand. Not all forms of exercise are right for all people. Perhaps you would like to check out Jazzercise over there?'"
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hah, this reminds me of the introduction to Pavel's book Beyond Bodybuilding:

"We go to a bodybuilding expo every year. Last few years we ran a challenge at our booth. A one-arm military press with an eighty-eight pound kettlebell. The rules are simple: the fist must be lower than the chin at the start of the press and the knees must remain locked. You don't even have to clean the bell because I do not want any of the 'this is all technique' whining. We'll hand it to you if you insist.

Let us face it, pressing eighty-eight pounds overhead is not a feat of strength. Definitely not for a two hundred-fifty pound man. Yet the overwhelming majority of the big sissies just can't do it. And that is the ones who at least try. Most are plain scared. I call out to the passing muscleheads: 'Do we have a man here?' Most flinch and keep walking. Whenever my challenge was ignored I would smile sweetly and say, 'Sir, I understand. Not all forms of exercise are right for all people. Perhaps you would like to check out Jazzercise over there?'"
I keep meaning to read that book.

But one difference is that Pavel was calling people out, whereas that wasn't my intention. I know there are plenty of guys on MAB who are way stronger than I am
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Old 05-20-2013, 11:05 AM   #28
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I don't know what you are considering a clean from the floor but I regularly do standing dumbell OHP with 100s. I guess you could say I hand clean them into place. I don't currently have access to anything over 100 so I usually stick to sets of 5-10 with them depending on prior OHP movements.
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Not sure. I have clean and reg park pressed 2 40s for sets of 6-8 and I'm stronger now but I can't say for sure if I could clean them. That's the awkward part for me.
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Gawsh there are some hella strong people around here.


But... what the heck is a reg park press?
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