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Old 07-03-2013, 11:09 AM   #11
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Old 07-03-2013, 11:24 AM   #13
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Old 07-04-2013, 12:53 AM   #14
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Steve I'm trying to get him down to Springfield in October and then we'll be focusing on Raw Unity. Jp is a beast and a hell of a nice guy. Great addition to the forum. Welcome buddy!
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Old 07-04-2013, 01:35 AM   #15
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Old 07-04-2013, 07:39 AM   #16
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I've been wondering this as of late. You have incredible numbers, ESPECIALLY for someone so new to competing. I keep seeing these guys who put up tremendous numbers in their first meet(s), and I wonder how long they've been training in some capacity for. Could you answer that? How long you've been training in some way, what it was for, etc.

EDIT: I see 17 years experience in your side profile there, what sort of training was that?
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Old 07-04-2013, 08:28 AM   #17
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Great question, here's the rundown:
-12 years old-gym membership, only allowed to do machines and cardio, but I tore into those machines.
-14 years old-they let me into the free weights room and my dad showed me how to do the basics and some of the thee gym patrons showed me the ropes
-Also 14 years old started training for football at the high school 4x a week. We ran a program called bigger faster Stronger that focused on deep squats, bench, and power cleans.
-I was a big kid, 200lbs as a freshman, put on 20 a year chugging milk and eating home cooked food.
-Soph year bench and power clean went from 225 to 315 in 9 months
-Left high school benching 395 touch n go and squatting 550
-College-Mostly maintenance, played football so same focus as high school, left there with 615 squat 455 bench
-Since college training has been on/off and here/there. Started DL a couple years ago. Maintained just enough to never "lose" what I gained before.
-November someone gave me the idea to compete, I just stopped coaching wrestling so gave it a shot. My numbers shot WAY UP, as they usually do when you're new. I know this is long but I hope it helps answer your question. Happy 4th!
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Old 07-04-2013, 08:34 AM   #18
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Great question, here's the rundown:
-12 years old-gym membership, only allowed to do machines and cardio, but I tore into those machines.
-14 years old-they let me into the free weights room and my dad showed me how to do the basics and some of the thee gym patrons showed me the ropes
-Also 14 years old started training for football at the high school 4x a week. We ran a program called bigger faster Stronger that focused on deep squats, bench, and power cleans.
-I was a big kid, 200lbs as a freshman, put on 20 a year chugging milk and eating home cooked food.
-Soph year bench and power clean went from 225 to 315 in 9 months
-Left high school benching 395 touch n go and squatting 550
-College-Mostly maintenance, played football so same focus as high school, left there with 615 squat 455 bench
-Since college training has been on/off and here/there. Started DL a couple years ago. Maintained just enough to never "lose" what I gained before.
-November someone gave me the idea to compete, I just stopped coaching wrestling so gave it a shot. My numbers shot WAY UP, as they usually do when you're new. I know this is long but I hope it helps answer your question. Happy 4th!
It certainly does help answer it haha. I wish I had of had the guidance, or even just the determination to have trained from such an early age. We had nothing in terms of strength programs, etc, for my high school sports. Canada doesn't seem to still (it might be getting a bit better, but not by much). Really great numbers, but you've been working hard for a long time now. Which just proves the point that strength comes from persevering for a long period of time.

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One thing you'll notice is that guys that came up through football will often have a big squat, and a trailing DL. Guys that did PL in high school or started PL as an adult without a ton of experience their DL is almost always higher than their squat. Hoping my DL catches up to my squat for sure!
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