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Title: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: Darren Avey on December 20, 2012, 10:06:13 AM
One at the gym right he "squats" 660lbs in a suit and whatever well anyway today he managed 3 THREE hahahahaah THREE push ups and could nt do one pull up hahaha stupid fat fucks!


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: Coach is Back! on December 20, 2012, 10:11:19 AM
One at the gym right he "squats" 660lbs in a suit and whatever well anyway today he managed 3 THREE hahahahaah THREE push ups and could nt do one pull up hahaha stupid fat fucks!

How big is he? He can't do a pullup and you can't squat 660. Whats your point? If I have a linemen that weighs 300lbs I'm sure as fuck aren't going to make him do pull ups. People who post this kind of shit really need to think first. It's irritating.


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: Darren Avey on December 20, 2012, 10:12:59 AM
No i cant squat 660lb cos i dont put stupid space suits on. And i can do 20 pull ups and over 100 push ups. And i dont get tired climbing a set of fucking stairs!


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: Coach is Back! on December 20, 2012, 10:16:21 AM
No i cant squat 660lb cos i dont put stupid space suits on. And i can do 20 pull ups and over 100 push ups. And i dont get tired climbing a set of fucking stairs!


Good for you...what the point of this thread again? BTW, you couldn't squat 660 even with a space suit and aliens spotting you. So again, whats your point?


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: Man of Steel on December 20, 2012, 11:11:35 AM
Maybe he was tired from the squats.


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: Darren Avey on December 20, 2012, 03:51:25 PM

Good for you...what the point of this thread again? BTW, you couldn't squat 660 even with a space suit and aliens spotting you. So again, whats your point?

Wish i could bench 595 at 190lbs!  ::) ::) ::)


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: Coach is Back! on December 20, 2012, 04:05:07 PM
Wish i could bench 595 at 190lbs!  ::) ::) ::)

First you have to get to 190, or in your case 130


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: Mr Nobody on December 20, 2012, 04:20:27 PM
I can't stand that yelling shit before a lift.


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: deceiver on December 20, 2012, 04:23:40 PM
660lbs in a suit and knee bands is about 450lbs without anything. Yes, it doesn't give you that additional lbs right away, you need 6 months of training in a suit - so fucking what. Blood pressure goes through the roof, you feel like you're gonna collapse every second, HORRIBLE pressure on your chest. Not even mentioning your skin getting ripped of to bones.

Thanks inzer and titan for ruining our sport.


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: MAXX on December 20, 2012, 04:25:56 PM
660lbs in a suit and knee bands is about 450lbs without anything. Yes, it doesn't give you that additional lbs right away, you need 6 months of training in a suit - so fucking what. Blood pressure goes through the roof, you feel like you're gonna collapse every second, HORRIBLE pressure on your chest. Not even mentioning your skin getting ripped of to bones.

Thanks inzer and titan for ruining our sport.
and 350 full dept  ;D


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: deceiver on December 20, 2012, 04:30:59 PM
and 350 full dept  ;D

Powerlifting depth is very close to olympic actually, depends on a federation, but that's about 400lbs high bar olympic style, at least.

I'm talking about IPF rules, some of these american federations allow 1/2 squats ;ddd Under IPF rules, lower part of your leg must BREAK 90 degree. If you go tad deeper you will reach full depth and be able to actually use your natural flexibility to "bounce" up. Hard to explain, but you should know what I'm talking about.

Nothing to write home about still, it's good for 74kg guy, decent for 82.5kg guy, for everyone else it's average to poor. For superheavy guys it's piss poor squat basicly.


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: IceCold on December 20, 2012, 11:20:24 PM
660lbs in a suit and knee bands is about 450lbs without anything. Yes, it doesn't give you that additional lbs right away, you need 6 months of training in a suit - so fucking what. Blood pressure goes through the roof, you feel like you're gonna collapse every second, HORRIBLE pressure on your chest. Not even mentioning your skin getting ripped of to bones.

Thanks inzer and titan for ruining our sport.

raw is making a comeback.

everyone knows that Cole, kuc, kaz, reinhout, still rule and still have real records.


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: lovemonkey on December 20, 2012, 11:26:20 PM
Did coach really claim to bench 595 lbs?? What the actual fuck?

Does he realize that Kazmaier set a new record back in the day by benching 622 lbs? Bill frickin Kazmaier.


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: NO ABSENCE OF MUSCLE on December 20, 2012, 11:31:00 PM

Good for you...what the point of this thread again? BTW, you couldn't squat 660 even with a space suit and aliens spotting you. So again, whats your point?

the thread is about 'functional strength'  you ignorant butt stain.  Powerlifters are fat, lazy, overeating pieces of shit...enough said


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: Coach is Back! on December 20, 2012, 11:36:31 PM
Did coach really claim to bench 595 lbs?? What the actual fuck?

Does he realize that Kazmaier set a new record back in the day by benching 622 lbs? Bill frickin Kazmaier.

No, I didn't. The leprechaun exaggerates.


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: Coach is Back! on December 20, 2012, 11:43:17 PM
the thread is about 'functional strength'  you ignorant butt stain.  Powerlifters are fat, lazy, overeating pieces of shit...enough said

Really? I must have missed that part of his first post because I sure as Fuck can't find it in the thread title. BTW, all though a pullup or push up is somewhat functional, I just can't remember the last time I did a pullup or pushup in everyday activity, can you? Nut whether they think about it or not, people deadlift everyday. Now....crawl back to your hole, gimmick. You're making a complete ass of yourself...again!


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: magikusar on December 20, 2012, 11:50:56 PM
No i cant squat 660lb cos i dont put stupid space suits on. And i can do 20 pull ups and over 100 push ups. And i dont get tired climbing a set of fucking stairs!


100 pushups in a row?
no way


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: maxkane69 on December 21, 2012, 12:07:34 AM
How big is he? He can't do a pullup and you can't squat 660. Whats your point? If I have a linemen that weighs 300lbs I'm sure as fuck aren't going to make him do pull ups. People who post this kind of shit really need to think first. It's irritating.

NO COACH YOU ARE WRONG !!!
A FAT FUCK WHO SQUAT 660 POUNDS AND CAN'T DO A PULL UPS IS NOT AN ATHLETE !!!
HE IS JUST A DISGRACEFUL OBESE STEROID JUNKIE AND DESERVE TO BE CALLED LIKE ONE !!!
I SEE THIS CLOWNS IN A GYM EVERYDAY AND I LAUGH AT THEIR DISGUSTING BODY !!!


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: #1 Klaus fan on December 21, 2012, 12:55:35 AM
I had an older guy, but not ridiculously old maybe 50 at my gym telling me how many records he has, record in this, record in that. The fucking nerve. Then he suited up to pull a little over 400 pounds for a max.

And then when he saw me doing cleans he said to me that he should be able to do that too. He struggled with 135 lbs for a single then decided to try 200 pounds. He deadlifted it and it didn't rise another inch after that.


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: dj181 on December 21, 2012, 01:22:25 AM
I can't stand that yelling shit before a lift.


how about the slapping across the face ;)

maybe you should come visit me in Columbus and we'll go to Louie and his boys at Westside Barbell and you can tell them that you don't appreciate their lifting antics :D :D :D


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: Darren Avey on December 21, 2012, 02:29:03 AM
Yeh cos the fact they lift weights automatically means they can kick anyones ass!


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: dj181 on December 21, 2012, 02:33:51 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmfMdrKLCsY


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: NO ABSENCE OF MUSCLE on December 21, 2012, 02:55:53 AM
Really? I must have missed that part of his first post because I sure as Fuck can't find it in the thread title. BTW, all though a pullup or push up is somewhat functional, I just can't remember the last time I did a pullup or pushup in everyday activity, can you? Nut whether they think about it or not, people deadlift everyday. Now....crawl back to your hole, gimmick. You're making a complete ass of yourself...again!

you are still having difficultly grasping the concept of exercise funtionality. Furthermore, the fact that this is not included within the thread title is totally irrelevant.  Now you crawl back up your hairy ass.  YOu are irrelevant around here. bye bye anal wipe.


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: deceiver on December 21, 2012, 03:01:06 AM
the thread is about 'functional strength'  you ignorant butt stain.  Powerlifters are fat, lazy, overeating pieces of shit...enough said

Oh really?

(http://s10.postimage.org/opdy8we9l/DSC2274.jpg)
(http://s10.postimage.org/k61pndwe1/DSC2283.jpg)

That's prolly greatest powerlifter under 100kg right now in the world.

At 22 years of age his lifts are:
200kg (445lbs) bench.
355kg (789lbs) deadlift
260kg (578lbs) squat

RAW, at the weight of 93kg.

Those are real lifts in IPF sanctioned competition, he won world championships in IPF, which is I remind you a tested organisation with very strict rules.

There are tons of guys like him - if you have a weight class it's smart to be as lean as possible. More muscle and less fat = more strength.

Another, much better known beast:

(http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_M1eq9L7AFEQ/S8HaxxESk8I/AAAAAAAAAD4/pxsi3ai2Hd8/s320/Konstantin-Konstantinovs.jpg)

So fat...


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: Parker on December 21, 2012, 03:02:56 AM
How big is he? He can't do a pullup and you can't squat 660. Whats your point? If I have a linemen that weighs 300lbs I'm sure as fuck aren't going to make him do pull ups. People who post this kind of shit really need to think first. It's irritating.
if a person cannot do one pull up, it's disgraceful. That means that they cannot pull their own body weight up. Think about that real hard.
A person should be able to pull themselves up, or push themselves up


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: Jadeveon Clowney on December 21, 2012, 03:06:31 AM
why would you pose like that if you are all torn up? at 22 no less.

Oh really?

(http://s10.postimage.org/opdy8we9l/DSC2274.jpg)
(http://s10.postimage.org/k61pndwe1/DSC2283.jpg)

That's prolly greatest powerlifter under 100kg right now in the world.

At 22 years of age his lifts are:
200kg (445lbs) bench.
355kg (789lbs) deadlift
260kg (578lbs) squat

RAW, at the weight of 93kg.

Those are real lifts in IPF sanctioned competition, he won world championships in IPF, which is I remind you a tested organisation with very strict rules.

There are tons of guys like him - if you have a weight class it's smart to be as lean as possible. More muscle and less fat = more strength.

Another, much better known beast:

(http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_M1eq9L7AFEQ/S8HaxxESk8I/AAAAAAAAAD4/pxsi3ai2Hd8/s320/Konstantin-Konstantinovs.jpg)

So fat...


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: NO ABSENCE OF MUSCLE on December 21, 2012, 03:07:29 AM
if a person cannot do one pull up, it's disgraceful. That means that they cannot pull their own body weight up. Think about that real hard.
A person should be able to pull themselves up, or push themselves up

Exactly.  However, the so called coach has problems grasping such a difficult concept.

Coach you are a fraud.  GB is sick and tired of your self opinionated diatribes


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: Sherief Shalaby on December 21, 2012, 03:12:48 AM
suits should be banned.. dont understand why they use them!!..


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: NO ABSENCE OF MUSCLE on December 21, 2012, 03:15:49 AM
suits should be banned.. dont understand why they use them!!..

they justify the suit by sayin it's a saftey issue...lol...protects shoulders etc.  Yes, the suits are a joke.  So to is bouncing the bar off the chest etc. Powerlifting is a joke.  It has no credibility, full of fat pieces of shit.  But hey, Coach believes it is a sport...lol...Coach get a clue you irrelevant cum stain.


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: NO ABSENCE OF MUSCLE on December 21, 2012, 03:25:15 AM
suits, t shirts and the things put on hends for bigger deadlift power are simply cheating, why not go ahead and use a crane, then?

on deadlifts and particularly on shrugs i get brutal performance bost using straps.i couldnt believe the difference, much more than a cycle would grant.

just for comparison

true.  Powerlifting is just an excuse to be fat and undisciplined.  It is easy to gorge yourself day in and day out.  It is easy to put on a suit and do half rep lifts and confince yourself that you are working out.  All pathetic.  Yes coach, pathetic.


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: anabolichalo on December 21, 2012, 03:27:00 AM
depending on your body proportions a high bar full squat is only barely below parallel

i even seen this on bulgarian elite midgets


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: deceiver on December 21, 2012, 03:31:34 AM
true.  Powerlifting is just an excuse to be fat and undisciplined.  It is easy to gorge yourself day in and day out.  It is easy to put on a suit and do half rep lifts and confince yourself that you are working out.  All pathetic.  Yes coach, pathetic.

Have you ever been to powerlifting competition?

I was and I saw these guys

(http://sphotos-f.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-prn1/68913_10151403923745934_539235397_n.jpg)

And more. Everyone was shredded or at least lean. Fat guys competed in super heavy weight... Like 3-4 fat guys out there. Rest was under 15% bf.


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: dj181 on December 21, 2012, 03:35:55 AM
most everyone at 220 and under is lean, and most of the lighter dudes are ripped ie. sub-7


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: TrueBB93 on December 21, 2012, 03:51:39 AM
There lots of 240+ lb bodybuilders doing chins with ease.


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: Wolfsanglerune on December 21, 2012, 04:16:14 AM
i like powerlifting.
however there are alot guys in it who are just flat lard asses.also i think that since america is gotten fatter its obvious that that plenty of fat people think its the sport for them since so many others do it.
in the 70s 80s it seems the guys were leaner and more solid by a mile.not visble abs...but certainly in better shape.


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: dj181 on December 21, 2012, 04:30:06 AM
also, it makes no sense for the lighter guys to be fat, since muscle moves weight, not fat


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: ukjeff on December 21, 2012, 04:33:22 AM
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also, it makes no sense for the lighter guys to be fat, since muscle moves weight, not fat
err..how does that explain the heavier guys having to be fat?
Whats the point of being fat at all?


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: Radical Plato on December 21, 2012, 04:36:40 AM
err..how does that explain the heavier guys having to be fat?
Whats the point of being fat at all?
More Fat, also more muscle! Lean muscle mass is hard to put on.


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: deceiver on December 21, 2012, 04:37:37 AM
err..how does that explain the heavier guys having to be fat?
Whats the point of being fat at all?

When building strength it is, for some reason, very good to eat ton of food. You don't use those calories anyway so they get stored as fat, but for some awkward reason it still makes a difference when it comes to strength  ???

I will compete under 74kg, I was 82kg at my fattest. Now I am dieting down and trying to maintain my strength. This is basicly how it's done in PL, I have no idea why, but maintaining weight is not as efficient.

Big guys don't have to diet down because of weight class so they don't bother.


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: dj181 on December 21, 2012, 04:46:53 AM
err..how does that explain the heavier guys having to be fat?
Whats the point of being fat at all?

for the big guys ie. fellas that are over 220, added size, be it muscle of fat, improves leverage factors

a big fat belly will improve squatting ability, giving a leverage advantage, and a big fat torso will improve bench pressing ability, by decreasing the range of motion needed to complete a bench press


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: rocket on December 21, 2012, 06:28:58 AM
When you compete in powerlifting - you're not competing against the blimps, unless you are one.  It's a level playing field.  Sucking a judges dick isn't going to give you 10 more pounds on your squat.   If you feel inadequate, generally you'll fixate on the blimps because they are the ones who are lifting the most, but that's not how a meet works - those people are not considered "above" the lower weight categories.  In fact, generally, the "star" of a powerlifting meet is the guy with the highest bodyweight to lifts ratio.


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: anabolichalo on December 21, 2012, 06:35:50 AM
When building strength it is, for some reason, very good to eat ton of food. You don't use those calories anyway so they get stored as fat, but for some awkward reason it still makes a difference when it comes to strength  ???

I will compete under 74kg, I was 82kg at my fattest. Now I am dieting down and trying to maintain my strength. This is basicly how it's done in PL, I have no idea why, but maintaining weight is not as efficient.

Big guys don't have to diet down because of weight class so they don't bother.
it's true^^


eating a lot even tho the purpose seems unclear enhances strength


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: ukjeff on December 21, 2012, 07:21:25 AM
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More Fat, also more muscle! Lean muscle mass is hard to put on.
yet the lighter guys have enough muscle, go figure.
Quote
for the big guys ie. fellas that are over 220, added size, be it muscle of fat, improves leverage factors
but not for the lighter guys????

Quote
a big fat belly will improve squatting ability, giving a leverage advantage, and a big fat torso will improve bench pressing ability, by decreasing the range of motion needed to complete a bench press
Shame Butterbean doesnt take up powerlifting, his ROM on bench would be around 3 inches.
(http://joshfrancis50.files.wordpress.com/2011/06/butterbean.jpg)


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: dj181 on December 21, 2012, 07:38:31 AM
yet the lighter guys have enough muscle, go figure.but not for the lighter guys????
Shame Butterbean doesnt take up powerlifting, his ROM on bench would be around 3 inches.
(http://joshfrancis50.files.wordpress.com/2011/06/butterbean.jpg)

lol

here's a lean big guy for ya ;)


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: BILL ANVIL on December 21, 2012, 09:39:56 AM
raw is making a comeback.

everyone knows that Cole, kuc, kaz, reinhout, still rule and still have real records.


exactly. people are wasting their lives using the space suits


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: Coach is Back! on December 21, 2012, 09:53:08 AM
you are still having difficultly grasping the concept of exercise funtionality. Furthermore, the fact that this is not included within the thread title is totally irrelevant.  Now you crawl back up your hairy ass.  YOu are irrelevant around here. bye bye anal wipe.

Ron's put you in TO, what? 10 times? Seems the lack of having a life along with me taking up real estate in your empty head has taken it's toll. When you're ready to debate this in a civil manner, then you may speak. But obviously you have your gimmick head clean up your ass.


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: Coach is Back! on December 21, 2012, 10:03:55 AM
if a person cannot do one pull up, it's disgraceful. That means that they cannot pull their own body weight up. Think about that real hard.
A person should be able to pull themselves up, or push themselves up

Do you think everyone is built to squat or deadlift? Do you think everyone, with a mechanics dysfunction SHOULD squat or deadlift regardless?


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: chaos on December 21, 2012, 10:10:46 AM
Do you think everyone is built to squat or deadlift? Do you think everyone, with a mechanics dysfunction SHOULD squat or deadlift regardless?
Yes.

Maybe not competitively and there may be certain limitations, but I see nothing wrong with people following a natural plane of motion using their natural range of motion with weights.


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: Coach is Back! on December 21, 2012, 10:18:25 AM
Yes.

Maybe not competitively and there may be certain limitations, but I see nothing wrong with people following a natural plane of motion using their natural range of motion with weights.

I don't believe that. At least not a loaded back squat. Front squat, goblet, maybe, but someone with, for example, kyphosis, hyper-kyphosis, no way. When we test out our athletes before they train with us, there are some that flat out are not built to squat.


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: Donny on December 21, 2012, 10:34:24 AM
some people do have trouble with squats and Deadlifts. People with long legs and back genrally have problems.. The best are the smaller thick set guys. Look at Franco he could Deadlift quite heavy. Do not think Tom Platz was that tall either..had a perfect body for squats


Title: Re: Some powerlfiting clowns
Post by: Coach is Back! on December 21, 2012, 10:43:05 AM
My point it, if you break it down, squats and deads are considered technical lifts, not as much as an o-lift but still takes time to learn correct mechanics. Now, I'm talking from a training standpoint. When we test for an OH squat and we see certain asymmetries that cannot be corrected, we have to take another approach and redesign the program that will include a lot more prehab exercises. As it is now, we don't touch the weights for at least 20-25mins until everything before is complete.