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warmup for competition 

Steinheben 230kg for 99cm Personal Best

then placed 1st at the  Austrian Grip War 2018 :-)

I. World of Grip Stub 18.1kg

II. World of Grip Horn Top 68.35kg

III. World of Grip Shallow Hub 20.0kg

IV. Adjustable Thick Bar 120.75kg

V. Austrian Grip War tie with Daniel Mühlberger
 

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Yippie Yeah. Accidently a 300kg Squat at competition No. 143 in United WPC/GPC/WUAP Congress Opener was easy 250 and 275kg was also ok, so i tryed :-)  

Fibo Mas-Wrestling 2018 in Cologne Germany It took me 5 years to withstand germanys strongest men in Mas-Wrestling. today all dreams comes true 😍😍😍 Final Standing SHW  1. Sirko Peterman

Absolute Gripstrength Eurocup in Schwetzingen Placed total 1 in the comp Double Hand Shallow Hub 45.25kg 1. Moontop Gen2 Hold 15k 10sec. 1. Finnish Ball 30.05kg 2. Ironmind Hu

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after competition... is competition... is before competition... so today easter sunday workout

Benchpress 180kgx1.1

Steel Shredder III 213k spike no lift

Dube Cube Quarter for 14"
15.5kg Personal Best +1kg   https://youtu.be/9kiM9cYKrig

Dube Cube Stub for 8" 19.25kg https://youtu.be/0QPgbACQJBQ

and then 20.40kg so i missed Jerome with a malus of 0,0257 lbs 😂
https://youtu.be/i_d6Plxo01o

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today. nothing. just deflowered my new 2.5" rolling handle barbell. the "apollons revenge". 120kg no problem

 

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just tryed for some reason 😇

double overhand thumbless axle for 20"
143kg ok, 155kg no lift

Europinch 2"
67.5kg ok

28" Pickaxe lever to rear
3.65kg ok, 5.65kg lifted but the ball could be found in southafrica rolling to antartica 😂

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just got official. third best stub and second best quarter lift on the dube cube 😍

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today rupture of the ringband in my middlefinger at work, but injuries are excuses 😅

dube cube bearing 10.2kg
dube cube stub 20.5kg (45,2lbs) no lift
steel shredder training 10mmx9" s235 no lift
finnish ball 30.15kg

 

 

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injured finger sucks :-(

20" axle doh thumbless 5x 120kgx1

then pizza with world strongest men 2014 martin wildauer

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just found me in the otevoima finnish ball worldrecord list. wow what a motivation to do something 

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gripper thumbhold 21.10kg for 40sec. new personal best (old was 20.1kg for 30sec.)

benchpress 165kgx1

finnish ball 25.2kg, 33.6kg no lift

pickaxe lever to rear 3.65kg ok, 4.65 no lift. this thing is sooo hitler :-)

europinch 76kg personal best

 

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very long day

fitgiant griffkraft meeting

deephub 21.10kg

tips tester mk2 122kg ok, 143kg no lift

horne top 60kg 8sec 

flask 2 hand no good possible because injured finger 40kg

lever top 20kg

 

then my first strongman workout since 2011. very slow :-(

yoke 230kg 60m

sack for loading 110kg 40m

farmerswalk 2x80kg 40m

log 85kgx4.4

tireflip 170kgx8

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30sec. gripper hold 27kg maybe possible next time, today only lift off

DubHub Shallow & deep 14kg

finnish kuula 32.8kg no problem, 34.8kg no lift

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today bad bench again, the injured finger hurts as hell, so no grip and no triceps activation... 170kgx1 and nationals 2 weeks out :-(

 

then axle DOH thumbless for 20" 

140kg easy. 150kg no lift

 

 

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this 28" pickaxe thing sucks, today 6.18kg

then squat 220kgx1, legs good for more but (bad word filter)ing finger hurts to much

 

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today

horne stub 18.80kg, 19.05kg no lift

 

then finnish ball 29.10kg

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 benchpress canceled in the warmup. 125kg produced to much pain in my hand.

 

horne moontop 16.80kg

horne globetop 12.05kg

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Fibo Mas-Wrestling 2018 in Cologne Germany

It took me 5 years to withstand germanys strongest men in Mas-Wrestling. today all dreams comes true 😍😍😍

Final Standing SHW 

1. Sirko Petermann AUT
2. Timo Rüdiger GER (Germanys Strongest Men 2014)
3. Andreas Brixa GER (230kg Iron Mind Apollons Bar DOH German Record)

my improved gripstrength was the tactical advantage i was missing bevore (there is need to move the hands on the stick to attack the weak pinky finger of the enemy)

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10 minutes ago, corefire said:

Fibo Mas-Wrestling 2018 in Cologne Germany

It took me 5 years to withstand germanys strongest men in Mas-Wrestling. today all dreams comes true 😍😍😍

Final Standing SHW 

1. Sirko Petermann AUT
2. Timo Rüdiger GER (Germanys Strongest Men 2014)
3. Andreas Brixa GER (230kg Iron Mind Apollons Bar DOH German Record)

my improved gripstrength was the tactical advantage i was missing bevore (there is need to move the hands on the stick to attack the weak pinky finger of the enemy)

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Congrats!!

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just arrived home after 8 hours highway. tryed a new grip on the europinch. 76kg feels more easy than last week

https://youtu.be/wWeXgKyg9yA

 

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16 hours ago, corefire said:

Fibo Mas-Wrestling 2018 in Cologne Germany

It took me 5 years to withstand germanys strongest men in Mas-Wrestling. today all dreams comes true 😍😍😍

Final Standing SHW 

1. Sirko Petermann AUT
2. Timo Rüdiger GER (Germanys Strongest Men 2014)
3. Andreas Brixa GER (230kg Iron Mind Apollons Bar DOH German Record)

my improved gripstrength was the tactical advantage i was missing bevore (there is need to move the hands on the stick to attack the weak pinky finger of the enemy)

Big congrats, Sirko!!!  That is a huge deal man.  I am enjoying reading and viewing your training.  Your gym is fantastically well stocked with grip and other strength toys.

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thank you sir! :-)

 

today i ve got some more advices from arto, so new try:

europinch 80.6kg PB :-)

 

then the postman rings and the napalms nightmare arrived 

200kg with 2" grips good lift.

227.5kg no chance (want the 500lbs because odd haugen did)

finally i learned a new grip rule, with thick plates you need a long pin :-) i did it with a chain.

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euro and stub today with bad feeling but nice loads. cns is totaly down, on saturday benchpress nationals will be with bad result.

Benchpress 125kgx4 

Bullring Extensor 2kg

 

 

Europinch 2.25" 83kg PB

 

Stub 20.25kg PB

 

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gripper thumb hold long wy to goal 30kg for 30sec. today only 27kg for 8sec.

 

 

 

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today mental & cardio with archery and bicycling. 

 

then eurohub 2" 85kg PB but still bad form. i feel the wrong way. only pressure on thumbs no on the fingertips

 

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WUAP Austrian Nationals

Benchpress Raw

1. 165kg

2. 175kg

3. 185kg

4. 190kg National Record

After German, Dutch and Czech this is my 4th Country i won Benchpress Nationals. Today was not good. Startet to low, didnt know my power.

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