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First training since surgery today, felt a little weak on grippers and blockweights but I got a 70lb hublift on vid. Check it out.

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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

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First training since surgery today, felt a little weak on grippers and blockweights but I got a 70lb hublift on vid. Check it out.

I wish I was that weak after surgery :blink:bow:bow:rock

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First training since surgery today, felt a little weak on grippers and blockweights but I got a 70lb hublift on vid. Check it out.

I wish I was that weak after surgery :blink:bow:bow:rock

I wish I was that weak all the time :rock :rock :rock

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HOLY SMOKES!!!!!!!!! HAHA!!!!!!! I'm not good at converting weight from metric to standard but I think that around 80lbs. That was awesome!!!!

Found converter, 77.16 lbs. Very strong. :blink:bow

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Paul Knight

Looks like we're having a hub war between Casey and Matti :laugh this is great!

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Looks like we're having a hub war between Casey and Matti :laugh this is great!

No war, just some freindly push. Im pushing to catch up with Matti, and he's pushing to further his lead. HAHA. Dangit, I was so close.

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Looks like we're having a hub war between Casey and Matti :laugh this is great!

No war, just some freindly push. Im pushing to catch up with Matti, and he's pushing to further his lead. HAHA. Dangit, I was so close.

This is your fault Casey ;) Thanks Casey to kicking me to my ass! Casey ask me to try to do some Hubbing and that´s the result. Thank´s again. Now I have to

be awake now :) I think when you are in real condition , you can do over 80 pounds any day you want :rock . You have the ball now :)

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Little bit updating :

Whew! Very nice hubbing man! :rock

Ben,

I appreciate your comment, I would like to see more hubbing from you :) You have also very good overall strenght for any events what would you take!

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First training since surgery today, felt a little weak on grippers and blockweights but I got a 70lb hublift on vid. Check it out.

Nice lift Casey!

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Little bit updating :

Strong lift way to go!

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Bob Lipinski

Stew, I am expecting you to whip a little ass in the hub at MGC 7 if you can make it. Thorton, Coulter and I will probably get together a month or two out from the comp, hell I would even let you borrow one of the hampton plates if you wanted.

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Rules:

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

2. Plate must be lifted from the from the floor and a flat surface.

3. Plate cannot be tilted past 45 degrees.

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

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

6. 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..................52/56..........108

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

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

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

4. Paul Knight.............20/30...........50

6. stew2......................13/36..........49

7. Lukeamdman..........20/27..........47

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

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

10. Bob Lipinski............10/9..........19

Max Weight

1. kilkkinen.....................72.6

2. cemery.......................70

3. Florian Kellersmann....66

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

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

5. Bob Lipinski...............57.5

7. gripzilla.....................56

8. Incindium..................52

9. stew2........................51

10. vikingsrule92...........50*

11. bencrush.................49.8

*Both hands

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Casey: Awesome lift! Breaking that 70lb barrier is huge!

Incindium: Got you on the list.

stew2: Sorry man, a 45lb plate is required to be on the list.

Matti: I'm asking the other readers to weigh in on the amount of tilt on the plate. I could be wrong, but it looks to be at or above 45 degrees. I know the strength is there, but we created the rule for a reason.

Did I miss anyone?

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Casey: Awesome lift! Breaking that 70lb barrier is huge!

Incindium: Got you on the list.

stew2: Sorry man, a 45lb plate is required to be on the list.

Matti: I'm asking the other readers to weigh in on the amount of tilt on the plate. I could be wrong, but it looks to be at or above 45 degrees. I know the strength is there, but we created the rule for a reason.

Did I miss anyone?

Luke, this list was a good idea man and it's getting pretty darn competitive. I reviewed Matti's 35kg lift for a while, I used my protractor and paused at the most tilt in the lift, it's close but I think it's a good lift.

And on another subject I think Stew2 should get a symbal next to his lift's with the wide shallow hubs because that is so unique to be able to do. Kinda like the both hands astrix.

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Luke, I'd say that is well below 45 degrees, more like 30-35 if you ask me, not nearly drastic enough to draw a DQ.

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Rules:

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

2. Plate must be lifted from the from the floor and a flat surface.

3. Plate cannot be tilted past 45 degrees.

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

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

6. 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..................52/56..........108

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

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

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

4. Paul Knight.............20/30...........50

6. stew2......................13/36..........49

7. Lukeamdman..........20/27..........47

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

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

10. Bob Lipinski............10/9..........19

Max Weight

1. kilkkinen.....................77

2. cemery.......................70

3. Florian Kellersmann....66

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

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

5. Bob Lipinski...............57.5

7. gripzilla.....................56

8. Incindium..................52

9. stew2........................51

10. vikingsrule92...........50*

11. bencrush.................49.8

*Both hands

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Casey: Awesome lift! Breaking that 70lb barrier is huge!

Incindium: Got you on the list.

stew2: Sorry man, a 45lb plate is required to be on the list.

Matti: I'm asking the other readers to weigh in on the amount of tilt on the plate. I could be wrong, but it looks to be at or above 45 degrees. I know the strength is there, but we created the rule for a reason.

Did I miss anyone?

It looked like a good lift to me also - I was trying to see the half way point between 90 and the floor and like Derek said - looks to be around 35 or 40 at the most, but not 45

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sineparixmace
Casey: Awesome lift! Breaking that 70lb barrier is huge!

Incindium: Got you on the list.

stew2: Sorry man, a 45lb plate is required to be on the list.

Matti: I'm asking the other readers to weigh in on the amount of tilt on the plate. I could be wrong, but it looks to be at or above 45 degrees. I know the strength is there, but we created the rule for a reason.

Did I miss anyone?

It looked under 45 to me. Maybe 40 at the most. Thats an unbiased observation as well

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