|10-10-2013, 07:07 AM||#11|
is training for strongman
Join Date: Jul 2013
Location: Fayetteville, AR
Training Exp: 5
Training Type: Chaos & Pain
Fav Exercise: Squat, push-press
Fav Supp: Mr. Hyde & whiskey
The Bend-over w/ 135
Step 1: Deadlift a bar that is behind you with a snatch grip
Step 2: Lean forward until it is on your lower back
Step 3: Roll it forward while changing grips
Step 4: Right as it hits your shoulders start to stand (stopping the roll)
Step 5: BTN OHP the bar and bring it down in the clean position
Step 6: Lower the bar
The biggest I have ever heard of on this is 400 lbs by Arthur Saxon. It is fun and gets weird looks. Love it...
Hoping to post video soon. My friend got it but is having trouble sending it.
Experimentation is the word of the day here, and you're going to be like a mad scientist, tinkering with your diet until you've turned yourself into a massive, world-destroying robot bent on nothing short of the subjugation and destruction of the entire human race.
-Jamie Lewis (Chaos&Pain)
Nothing exceeds like excess.
HT: 5'10" WT: 220
Deadlift 455 Squat 405
Bench 355 Push-press 275
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