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Old 06-17-2010, 05:12 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by Marc View Post
I do event training three times a week usually as a finisher to my workouts, last thing I do.
That's not going to work for me. My powerlifting gym doesn't have strongman equipment. The only times I can train strongman is Tuesday night and Saturday morning, that's when a group of guys meet at a guys house who keeps the equipment in his garage.

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I have a training log on this site that will showcase my latest training regiment. Obviously it focusses on certain events at a time as you cant train them all at once. I am increasing strength in every aspect, my core lifts to my strongman events it is working out awesome.
Thanks, I'll look at your training log.

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You are never too weak to start strongman training, learning technique is everything.
I know, I didn't mean to suggest otherwise. I just had some unique issues and wanted to gain some strength first.
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