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I've done a 30kg hublift here: http://www.gripboard.com/index.php?autocom...si&img=5465 (the vid is a bit dark).

Never tried a timehold though.

I was wondering when you would get in on this how about a timed hold on the shallow yorks you done it yet?

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I did a couple of new feats for me as well down at Aaron's. Supination's, curls and transfers (Aaron has that vid that'll ill have to get later).

A hub lift I did this week. I think I have more in me.

i know this isn't a curl form but i thought this was fitting

Jeff Parker

for max weight my best is 52.5

I dont have a video of it. In my gallery there is a pic of a double hub with 2.5 per side but I do not have a pic of the plus 7.5 for just my right.

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I've done a 30kg hublift here: http://www.gripboard.com/index.php?autocom...si&img=5465 (the vid is a bit dark).

Never tried a timehold though.

I was wondering when you would get in on this how about a timed hold on the shallow yorks you done it yet?

I don't have any shallow ones to try it on.

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Jeff Parker

Video here of my 60.5 lbs hub lift

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gHn0d7SY-88

I suck at computers. I am using a mini-dvd camcorder to film it, converted the file to avi and it was 1.3 gigs so I shortened the film, reduced the quality and I never could get sound. I have no computer programs for working with vids and windows movie maker would not show my video so just pause it at the begining and see that there are four 2.5lb plates, one 3 pound plate and two 1.25 lbs plates for a total of 60.5 lbs

Feel free to pm me some instructions for doing better with making videos, this is the first video I have ever made.

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I've done a 30kg hublift here: http://www.gripboard.com/index.php?autocom...si&img=5465 (the vid is a bit dark).

Never tried a timehold though.

I was wondering when you would get in on this how about a timed hold on the shallow yorks you done it yet?

Hey Stew,

I'm not much into hublifting now, cause I'm concentrating on thickbar and other stuff. The shallow York was a hard lift for me and I had to put some work into it, to get a timehold with this plate.

I saw on youtube, Matti did a double shallow york hub lift too. I think you could do a timehold. He's a pinch freak :rock

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Florian Kellersmann

I have a 25kg hampton plate. Has anybody tried to do a timehold with such a plate?

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Does anybody have 45kg´s or 100lbs Plate with normal hub? That would be nice to own it :)

lol, the thought never really crossed my mind. Matti, you're a hub freak! :D

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Rules:

1. A 45lb plate is required. No hub devices.

2. Plate cannot be tilted past 45 degrees.

3. Plate can only make contact with the single gripping hand, no bracing allowed.

4. Video proof is required to be in the top 5.

5. After a time for each hand is submitted for a combined total, individual times for each hand can be improved on later.

Timed Hold

...................................LH/RH.........Total Seconds

1. kilkkinen..................49/43..........92

2. Rendy......................28/31..........59

3. shorn.......................25/32..........57

4. cemery....................15/35..........50

5. stew2......................13/36..........49

6. Paul Knight.............20/26...........46

7. Lukeamdman..........18/27..........45

8. Incindium................17/8............25

9. Strongmantobe.........6/14..........20

Max Weight

1. kilkkinen..................66*

2. cemery....................65

3. Strongmantobe.........60.5

4. Lukeamdman...........57.5

5. vikingsrule92...........50

6. bencrush.................49.8

*Both hands

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Rules:

1. A 45lb plate is required. No hub devices.

2. Plate cannot be tilted past 45 degrees.

3. Plate can only make contact with the single gripping hand, no bracing allowed.

4. Video proof is required to be in the top 5.

5. After a time for each hand is submitted for a combined total, individual times for each hand can be improved on later.

Timed Hold

...................................LH/RH.........Total Seconds

1. kilkkinen..................49/43..........92

2. Rendy......................28/31..........59

3. shorn.......................25/32..........57

4. cemery....................15/35..........50

5. stew2......................13/36..........49

6. Paul Knight.............20/26...........46

7. Lukeamdman..........18/27..........45

8. Incindium................17/8............25

9. Strongmantobe.........6/14..........20

Max Weight

1. kilkkinen..................66*

2. Florian Kellersmann..66

3. cemery....................65

4. Strongmantobe........60.5

5. Lukeamdman...........57.5

6. vikingsrule92...........50

7. bencrush.................49.8

*Both hands

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Hey I'm on this list!! Haha I never paid attention to this and never noticed it before. Shame I don't have a nice hub like Paul's to train on consistently, I think 65 would be well within reach with a nice hub.

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Matti may be impossible to beat on this ...

His timed hold will be around for a while, but I think there are a few guys on here that can and will beat his 66lb lift shortly :)

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:rockTomorrow I will improve my max list number. Goal is 77lbs. Lets see what happens

luke: i believe so but i know Matti have what it takes to improve all the time.

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Tomorrow I will improve my max list number. Goal is 77lbs. Lets see what happens :)

That would be awesome. . . good luck. :rock

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Tomorrow I will improve my max list number. Goal is 77lbs. Lets see what happens :)

Dang it, Matti! Just stop already! :)

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Rules:

1. A 45lb plate is required. No hub devices.

2. Plate cannot be tilted past 45 degrees.

3. Plate can only make contact with the single gripping hand, no bracing allowed.

4. Video proof is required to be in the top 5.

5. After a time for each hand is submitted for a combined total, individual times for each hand can be improved on later.

Question: Does the hub have to lifted off the ground? Or can it be elevated on a small stool at the onset?

How much do think braces along the rim of the plate help?

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Rules:

1. A 45lb plate is required. No hub devices.

2. Plate cannot be tilted past 45 degrees.

3. Plate can only make contact with the single gripping hand, no bracing allowed.

4. Video proof is required to be in the top 5.

5. After a time for each hand is submitted for a combined total, individual times for each hand can be improved on later.

Question: Does the hub have to lifted off the ground? Or can it be elevated on a small stool at the onset?

How much do think braces along the rim of the plate help?

Let's go with it being lifted off the ground.

As far as bracing goes, I've never done it so I'm not sure how much it helps. A few others on the board have indicated it does help, and because of that, even if it only helps a little, is not allowed.

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