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20 hours ago, Anemptybox said:

How do you register at David's forum? I got an easy CoC 1.5 I could probably do quite a few reps with.

Need to point fingers real name of and surname under registration, like as

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@Joseph Sullivan I tried to do clean - it's impossible, I overestimated myself))

 

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Joseph Sullivan
9 minutes ago, SeNoLD said:

@Joseph Sullivan I tried to do clean - it's impossible, I overestimated myself))

 

Very good work, bro! Most I’ve managed is 2 reps with a 174 inch. It’s insane to think of cleaning it. You will get it eventually for a clean if your back stays healthy. For me, I’ve had lumbar and cervical spine fusion, so for me, it may not be wise to attempt.

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Aleksandar Milosevic

Damn man, you're strong as hell. I hope you have no injuries in the future, you will close the #4 under official rules 100% and probably set a couple of world records. Very, very impressive.

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Joseph Sullivan
46 minutes ago, SeNoLD said:

 

A ballistic double cannonball attached to a coke can.

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DanielM

I WANT TO SEE YOU CLEAN IT! GOGO David!!

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1x1 multireplay armlifting contest

84kg 10 reps 60mm rolling on bearings
84kg 10 reps Excalibur
23kg 5 reps Hub 
145kg 15 reps Apollon's Axle
60s silver bullet on analog Coc 2.5

 

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Aleksandar Milosevic
2 hours ago, SeNoLD said:

1x1 multireplay armlifting contest

84kg 10 reps 60mm rolling on bearings
84kg 10 reps Excalibur
23kg 5 reps Hub 
145kg 15 reps Apollon's Axle
60s silver bullet on analog Coc 2.5

 

Very, very nice competition concept, and brutally hard.

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My best CCS.
It turned out to be a Coc 4 88kg RGC 

 

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AdamTGlass

HUGE CLOSE setting the Vulcan at that level is so challenging. Very awesome thanks for sharing your training here 💪👍👍👍

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Vinnie
On 11/18/2019 at 8:37 AM, SeNoLD said:

My best CCS.
It turned out to be a Coc 4 88kg RGC 

 

Yeah, I think you might manage the MM1 ...

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Have you ever wrestled with a bear?😅

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Joseph Sullivan
10 minutes ago, SeNoLD said:

Have you ever wrestled with a bear?😅

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450 pounds vs 200 +  pounds?? Come onnnnn!! 

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Wannagrip
1 minute ago, Joseph Sullivan said:

450 pounds vs 200 +  pounds?? Come onnnnn!! 

Agreed. What the heck!?

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Joseph Sullivan
1 minute ago, Wannagrip said:

Agreed. What the heck!?

It gets ridiculous sometimes. A man 2x heavier? 😬

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DanielM

That size difference is crazy, basically twice your BW and you are huge yourself already imo. He's literally a BEAR!

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tja

Just saw this log - crazy strong lifts, cool stuff!

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SeNoLD

Coc 2 20mm block 68 reps

 

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DanielM

Nice reps! I was wondering for a while now what are those blue and white things called around your forearm/arm?

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10 hours ago, DanielM said:

Nice reps! I was wondering for a while now what are those blue and white things called around your forearm/arm?

Just a cloth to keep warm in the elbow and wrist

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