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101  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Powerlifting / Strongman / This week - Johnnie Jackson on Big Nation Radio on: June 30, 2008, 09:48:45 PM
This Week - Johnnie Jackson is the guest on Big Nation Radio

www.bignationradio.com

Johnnie Jackson talks about his competing at a USPF bench and deadlift powerlifting meet this weekend and he throws out some opinions on powerlifting, Ben White and on his current bodybuilding projects.

It's a great interview so log on to Big Nation Radio.com (broadcast will automatically play) and check it out !
102  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Powerlifting / Strongman / Ryan Kennelly and Mauro Dipasquale on MD's No Bull Radio on: June 30, 2008, 07:17:46 PM
This week, MD Magazine had Dr. Mauro Dipasquale and Ryan Kennelly on No Bull Radio as their 2 main radio talk show guests.

In the two hour production, the first 1/2 hour is the hosts of the show (Muscular Development's John Romano and Dave Palumbo) talking bodybuilding, then Dr. Mauro comes on for about an hour (discussing powerlifting, nutrition and steroids) and then Kennelly's on for just over a half an hour.

This interview was definately "no bull" as they quickly covered a whole range of controversial and inflammatory topics. It was really refreshing to hear the # 1 benchpresser in the world talk candidly and not from a script (and it ruled that the talk show hosts didn't try and censor him.) Kennelly didn't hold back with his comments and it was a terrific interview and I hope that they invite him back as their guest again in the future.

To hear the replay go to

http://www.musculardevelopment.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=211&Itemid=137

and click on the 06/30/08 archive show text link and the whole 2 hour broadcast will play on your computer with Kennelly coming on about 80 minutes into the show.

103  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Powerlifting / Strongman / Re: who is this ?? on: June 30, 2008, 04:11:07 PM
Roger Estep
104  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Powerlifting / Strongman / Re: New House of Pain BLOG - Jeremy Hoornstra Interview on: June 24, 2008, 10:25:09 AM
Great interview!

TRAIN HARD

"BIG WILLIE" J.T. HALL
http://www.myspace.com/bigwillie12345


Thanks J.T. !
105  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Powerlifting / Strongman / Powerlifting on the Radio on: June 24, 2008, 12:18:20 AM
Big Nation Radio is one of the biggest talk radio shows on the internet that discusses the topics of bodybuilding, strength sports and iron culture in general.

This week I got to be the guest on their show along with Jason Pegg and we discussed the sport of powerlifting (and briefly, strongman) with the hosts of Big Nation Radio; Special Ed and Blockhead. We covered everything from the politics of powerlifting to the pros and cons of geared lifting vs classic lifting to who's doing what in the sport and how best to build powerlifting's popularity and commercial success.

To listen to free replays of the broadcast visit Big Nation Radio's website at

http://www.bignationradio.com/
106  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Powerlifting / Strongman / New House of Pain BLOG - Jeremy Hoornstra Interview on: June 22, 2008, 10:50:48 PM
To kick off the new House of Pain BLOG, we published an exclusive, never before seen, in-depth interview with Jeremy Hoornstra on his raw bench training and nutritional program.

http://www.houseofpain3.com/wlsnews/index.php

We hope that you enjoy the read and thanks to Jeremy for working with us on that article !

(You can also see a bunch of cool video clips of Jeremy Hoornstra lifting if you do a search under his name on YouTube.)
107  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Powerlifting / Strongman / Re: Video - Kings of the Bench 2006 on: June 17, 2008, 04:23:23 PM
I'm hoping that both Jeremy Hoornstra and Nick Winters return to Kings of the Bench III at the Ronnie Coleman Classic. Nick took 2nd at the 1st Kings of the Bench and Hoornstra won the middleweight division so it would be great to see those two 2006 pros return in 2009.

108  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Powerlifting / Strongman / Re: Video - Kings of the Bench 2006 on: June 14, 2008, 05:38:05 PM
Our next pro lifting events

The Kings of the Bench III

and

The Clash of the Titans II

will BOTH be held at the 2009 Ronnie Coleman Classic Expo

We're looking at April/May of 2009 for this expo next year so please stay tuned to

http://metroflexgym.com/events.htm

and

http://www.hardcorepowerlifting.com

for details (we'll be posting up a bunch of info for competitors and fans in a couple of months.)
109  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Powerlifting / Strongman / Video - Kings of the Bench 2006 on: June 14, 2008, 10:37:05 AM
We made this video clip back in the spring of 2007 (passed out hundreds of cdroms at The Arnold Classic) but we've never put this clip up on the internet so enjoy!

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5s19o_the-kings-of-the-bench_sport

Featured in this film is Brian Siders, Nick Winters, Jeremy Hoornstra, Matt Kroczaleski, Levi Van Dyke, Joe Mazza and Joe Luther.

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5s19o_the-kings-of-the-bench_sport
110  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Powerlifting / Strongman / Powerlifting USA June 2008 issue highlights on: June 09, 2008, 10:17:16 PM
On the Cover - Jason Fry and George Halbert

The Comeback by Wade Johnson

Lower Back Training by Louie Simmons of Westside Barbell

Interview with Mike Martin

The Making of a Powerlifter by Travis Bell

Interview with Mike Schwanke

Interview with Patraic Currey

Descending Pause Sets by Doug Daniels

The Ultimate Top 10 Competitor Lists for the 132lb and 148lb Classes

All Time Historical Top 50 American Men's 132lb Class Total

All Time Historical Top 50 American Women's 114lb Class Total

Plus Pages and Pages of Contest Reports, Lifter Photos and Upcoming Event Annoucements

To order this single issue or to subscribe please call Powerlifting USA at 1.800.448.7693

Stay Strong,
Sean Katterle
Watch the complete 90 minute Bench Monster movie online, in streaming video, at www.hardcorepowerlifting .com

111  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Powerlifting / Strongman / Re: Exercises to increase bench press? on: June 06, 2008, 02:12:18 PM
From your experience, what are the top exercises that helped increase your bench press lifts?

I think that everyone responds differently to different exercises but here's the ones that worked the best for me:

# 1 Board Presses (starting with a weight that's heavier than my current 1RM and then working 5 board, 4 board, 3 board, 2 board, 1 board over the course of 12-16 weeks and then going for it with a full range of motion at the end.) This seems to work really well with strengthening my muscles and with getting my CNS used to the new, heavier weight.

# 2 Bench w/Chains    I use the chains that Sorinex sells (they're different than the EliteFTS style and I set up the chains and bar weight so the weight on my chest is just under the weight I normally use for my full range sets and then the weight at lockout is about 15-25% more than I normally use and then I rep out like normal and this builds my speed and my lockout power.

# 3 Floor Press with and without chains    Really builds up my stabilizers (and balance) and my lockout power.

# 4 Close Grip Benchpress    is the best for front delts and triceps

# 5 (If my shoulders are healthy) I'll bench with a Mac Donald cambered bar and then use a 1 board which makes the bar sink about 1/2" lower than a normal full range bench would and that involves the chest muscles more than normal (got that idea from WSBB's George Halbert back when he was ranked # 1 and writing articles and making videos.)

# 6 I normally didn't spend much time on biceps curls but hammer curls seemed to strengthen the portion of the bicep that was involved with the lowering of the barbell during the bench.

On our website, in the Published Articles section we've got a bunch of magazine interview tear sheets with guys like Joe Mazza, Ryan Kennelly and Vincent Dizenzo so check them out if you're interested (they're free to read and to copy.)

www.HardcorePowerlifting .com



Stay Strong,
Sean Katterle
112  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Powerlifting / Strongman / Re: Only 13 Ryan "BenchMonster" Kennelly DVDs left for retail sale! on: June 01, 2008, 03:53:40 AM
I think that Bodybuilding.com is just about sold out now so that does it for DVDs of Ryan Kennelly's movie being available for mail order retail.

That's why we're now offering the whole film via high res streaming video on www.hardcorepowerlifting .com for only $2.99 pay-per-view.

We held on offering the movie online until the distributors had had a chance to sell their copies of the movie (it would have been bad karma to have undermined the retailers after they invested in wholesale copies of the DVD.)
113  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Mixed Martial Arts (MMA/UFC) / Re: Anyone watch Kimbo fight?! on: June 01, 2008, 03:48:48 AM
I definately think that both Kimbo and Thompson were fighting as hard as they could but this was a 3 man fight and it was Thompson vs Kimbo and the ref.

There's no way that an experienced (and he was) ref should have stood them up when Thompson had side control in the middle of the round. The ONLY logical reason is that it was becoming obvious that Thompson would have been able to ground n pound Slice for 1/2 a round non-stop and that Slice would have been too beat down to work his stand up signature power punches in the next round (which is what the pro boxing promoters wanted; an action movie KO instead of a ground fighting win that the uneducated fight fans don't understand as well.)

Then when Thompson won't go down and Kimbo completely gasses out, the ref jumps in and stops the fight to save it from fizzling from fatigue. I like how the commentators tried to say that Thompson attacked the ref out of confusion. He attacked him for good reason; he just fukt up the prime time main event for him!

Gina Carano was super impressive though. Kaitlyn Young was a tough competitor too. And I felt bad for Phil Baroni and I give him credit for having the class to give props to Villasenor during the post fight press conference. Baroni still makes for an exciting stand up fight so hopefully another promotion gives him a chance to return and get another shot at a W.

Stay Strong,
Sean Katterle
Watch the complete Bench Monster movie online at www.hardcorepowerlifting .com
114  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Ryan "Bench Monster" Kennelly MOVIE is now online on: May 31, 2008, 01:50:44 AM
You can now watch the entire 90 minute Ryan "BenchMonster" Kennelly movie, The Road to the Arnold, online by logging on to

http://www.hardcorepowerlifting.com

We're now offering this complete film online, in high resolution streaming video, for the super pay-per-view price of only $2.99 !

Log on to Hardcore Powerlifting.com and watch the free preview clip, read what the critics are saying and check out some cool photos. Ryan's also getting royalties for the pay-per-view so this is also our way of showing $ support to the athletes (in addition to putting on our pro lifting competitions.)

Mike Lambert of Powerlifting USA writes "Ryan BenchMonster Kennelly has earned his stripes as one of the most successful big benchers in history, underscored by his third Arnold Classic victory. This Hardcorepowerlifting.com production is a documentary of the path Ryan took to victory #2 at the '05 Arnold, but there is nothing dry about his 1.5 hour presentation, with its awe-inspiring graphics and slicing edge soundtrack. Presented by House of Pain, there is in-your-face coverage of both workouts and contest performances. What emerges immediately and flows throughout the DVD is the astonishing explosiveness that characterizes a Ryan Kennelly benchpress. He literally throws weight up in the air, most particularly on the final rep of a set, and he cranks out some amazing board press performances in training, making it look almost easy.There are several unique features of Ryan's benching that are illustrated...mindblowin g floor presses with huge amounts of chains, for example. An intriguing feature of the DVD is the recorded background patter of training partners and Ryan himself, during training sessions, interacting with other great benchers, and at the Arnold itself...sometimes hilarious, sometimes shocking, and everything in between. There's historic footage of that first 800 lb. bench and his first 900, huge raw lifts, and astonishing rep sets...(how about 400x20.) The other thing that jumps out at you is what a massively stuck together human bein' Ryan is...physically, he is a goliath of muscularity. Check out what he puts in the Kennelly Shake , see how ripped he was after winning the Arnold, you won't believe the bloody towel , it's all here - a docu-drama in out-of-the-ordinary detail.” Mike Lambert, Editor-In-Chief, Powerlifting USA magazine, Page 8, April, 2006

Gus Rethwisch, Worlds Strongest Man competitor, actor who played "Buzzsaw" in Arnold Schwarzenegger's The Running Man and famous powerlifter and powerlifting promoter says "He’s the strongest bencher in the world. Ryan has done 645 raw. I’ve seen Ted Arcidi, Ken Lain, Jeff Maddy, Anthony Clark, Bill Kazmaier, Mike MacDonald, Rick Weil, Pacifico, Kiu Tuita and James Henderson. He’s the most impressive 700 pound bencher I’ve seen.” - Gus Rethwisch, Powerlifting USA, 2000

“Ryan Kennelly is likely the most successful big bencher of all time....he has been 700 plus in competition much more often than anyone else, and his performance record in the biggest of bench contests has been consistently productive. In this rarified atmosphere of New Age benching, he is just as smart a lifter as he is strong a lifter.” Mike Lambert, Editor-In-Cheif, Powerlifting USA magazine, March, 2005

“Ryan’s track record speaks for itself. After this venture he is by far the most prolific 700 bencher in history, with 41 official 700 plus lifts on the record He’s also done over 800 ten times in competition as well as being the 2nd and by far the lightest man to do over 900. Will Kennelly be able to return next year and emerge once again the undisputed champ? For now I can say with no hesitation that Ryan Kennelly is The MAN. To be the man you have to first MEET THE MAN - then BEAT THE MAN.” - Herb Glossbrenner, Powerlifting USA magazine, 2005, commenting on BenchMonster’s 2nd Arnold Classic victory. (For the record, Kennelly did go on to prove that he was the man by winning the Arnold Classic for a 3rd time the following year.)


“On a side note, Ryan Kennelly put on a little show himself. For those of you who don’t know who Ryan is, he’s one serious monster. He wanted one of our “The Cage” t-shirts and Sgt. Rock told him he had to win one by getting on the bench and doing 315 for 30 reps. So what did he do? He hit 40 f**king reps at 315. All this after benching over 800. Gotta give that brother props. When it comes to benching, he’s an animal.” - Written by Universal Nutrition and published on their official AnimalPak.com website.



I had one final attempt at the benchpress that day and the crowd knew what I was going for. The loaders piled on iron plate after iron plate, the stage was set, and the roar of the crowd built like a tidal wave careening onto the shoreline. I walked out onto the stage, almost in a trance, my eyes dilated and my pulse pounding in my ears. I set up on the bench and looked at the bar on the rack above me. The spotters handed the weight off to me, my hands squeezed the knurling, and I began the descent downwards, feeling the insane load dropping to my chest. The bar paused and I fully came to realize just how heavy this burden was. I could no longer hear the crowd and the world around me seemed to simply drift. Press the judge commanded and every fiber in my body pushed against that weight. The bar came off my chest like a rocket, my muscles coursing with burning flames. My triceps and shoulders fired on all cylinders, forcing my arms to lockout and the lift was mine I HAD JUST BENCHPRESSED 800.5 POUNDS What was formerly thought of as impossible, had just been done. - Excerpt from The Kennelly Method.

Check out this movie 24/7 online, for only $2.99, at www.hardcorepowerlifting .com !




115  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Powerlifting / Strongman / American Challenge USA Expo (Orlando, Florida) on: May 20, 2008, 03:32:21 PM
James Goad is putting on another great event in Orlando this fall.

http://www.americanchallengeusa.com/

The American Challenge RAW UNITED    NATIONAL POWERLIFTING CHAMPIONSHIP

DATE: Saturday August 30th, 2008

SITE: Hilton at Walt Disney World . Orlando , FL

 ATHLETE CHECK-IN: Friday August 29th for all competitors    4:00 P.M. ( Lanai Room )



LATE CHECK-IN: Saturday August 30th 7:30AM till 8:30AM    in (Salon 6)

EVENT STARTS AT 9:00AM

ELIGIBILITY: Open to Powerlifters from any Federation.    Teen and High School Lifters can be non Federation    Powerlifters.

FEDERATION: United Powerlifting Federation, will have one    meet per year at the American Challenge USA Competition    and Expo, The Federation has been developed so    Powerlifters from all Federations can come together and    compete for the title of Raw Powerlifter National Champion.    All lifts will count and be reported to Powerlifting USA.    Listing: Division, Weight Class, Name, Weight, and    Federation, High School or Collage.

EQUIPMENT RULES: Knee and Wrist raps, Weight belts, NO    Shirts or Suits


AWARDS: $700 plus trophies. Top Powerlifter in both    divisions will receive $200 in product coupons each. Top    overall female lifter, High School, College will receive $100 in    product coupons.1st-5th place in each weight class will    receive trophies. (Must be at least three powerlifters in    a division to win the BioPharm product award) The    Federation, High School or Collage with the most win™s will    receive a team trophy. FEES $50.00 Single Lift $30.00    Teens, High School, College, JV/Varsity $30.00 Additional    Division $25.00 Late Fee (Deadline Average Aug 15th,    2008 )

DIVISIONS 1: OPEN RAW (21 and Up) Master I (40-49)    Master II (50-59) Master III (60-69) Master IV (70+)    Police/Fire/Military. Weight Classes (lbs) Male: 114, 123,    132, 148, 165, 181, 198, 220, 242, 275 & SHW. Female: 97,    105, 114, 123, 132, 148, 165, 181, 198, and 198+

DIVISIONS 2: OPEN NATURAL RAW (14 and Up) Teen I    (14-15) Teen II (16-17) Teen III (18-19) High School    (JV/Varsity) Junior (20-23) Master I (40-49) Master II    (50-59) Master III (60-69) Master IV (70+)    Police/Fire/Military Special Olympian (14 and Up)    Disabled/Paralympic Athlete. Weight Classes (lbs) Male:114,    123, 132, 148, 165, 181, 198, 220, 242,    275 & SHW.    Female: 97, 105, 114, 123, 132, 148, 165, 181, 198, and    198+

BENCH ONLY RAW: OPEN RAW (21 and Up) Master I (40-    49) Master III (60-69) Master IV (70+) Weight Classes    (lbs) Male: 114, 123, 132, 148, 165, 181, 198, 220,  242,    275 & SHW. Female: 97, 105, 114, 123, 132, 148,    165, 181,    198, and 198+

BENCH ONLY NATURAL RAW:OPEN NATURAL RAW ((14    and Up)) Teen (14-19) High School (JV/Varsity) Junior    (20-23) Master I (40-49) Master II (50-59) Master III (60-   69) Master IV (70+) Disabled/Paralympic Athlete. Weight    Classes (lbs) Male: 114, 123, 132, 148, 165, 181, 198, 220,    242, 275 & SHW. Female: 97, 105, 114,    123, 132, 148,165,    181, 198, and 198+

   (Natural Raw will have random drug testing of 10% of the    total amount of Powerlifters in the Natural Raw Divisions)

   The event is going to be covered by FAME Fitness and    Lifestyles Magazine, Oxygen Magazine, Muscle Magazine,    Natural Muscle Magazine, Fitness and Physique Magazine, and    DXL Magazine.

   SPECIAL NOTICE: The entire event is being filmed for a    documentary. Great opportunity to maximize your exposure.

 http://www.americanchallengeusa.com/info.htm
 
116  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Powerlifting / Strongman / Re: Classic Gym Equipment Sale on: April 29, 2008, 11:56:16 AM
I don't work for Big Bear's Gym so I don't know what or why they're charging what they're charging. Some of the prices seem really good and some seem a bit high to me too. Your best bet is to contact Rick directly via email if you've got any questions.

That InShape contest bench is a bit pricey but that's one of the coolest pieces he's selling as it's just like a Forza Super Bench but the handoff platform is angled so you can get the bar out over the lifter easier and the bench is ultra heavy duty.
117  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Powerlifting / Strongman / Classic Gym Equipment Sale on: April 28, 2008, 11:56:15 AM
Rick McClung of Big Bear's Gym in Newport Oregon has closed his classic gym down (he's still running the two training studios though) and he's got a bunch of solid gym equipment for sale. If you're interested, please check out the equipment sale web pages online here:

http://www.bigbearsgym.com/big_bears_gym_commercial_gym_equipment_for_sale.html
118  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Is your gym hardcore? on: April 20, 2008, 01:53:04 PM
Despite all the good efforts of various webmasters out there, there still isn't a complete listing of hardcore bodybuilding and powerlifting gyms in the world.

If your gym is bodybuilding and/or powerlifting friendly, then post its contact information in this thread so people in your area can read about it and go visit (and hopefully sign up and help to build their business!)

The gyms that best fit this description in Portland, Oregon are:

Loprinzi’s Gym, Manager, 2414 SE 41st Ave, Portland, OR 97214

and

Giants Gym, Manager, 5223 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland, OR 97213
119  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Powerlifting / Strongman / Is your gym hardcore? on: April 20, 2008, 01:51:44 PM
Despite all the good efforts of various webmasters out there, there still isn't a complete listing of hardcore bodybuilding and powerlifting gyms in the world.

If your gym is bodybuilding and/or powerlifting friendly, then post its contact information in this thread so people in your area can read about it and go visit (and hopefully sign up and help to build their business!)

The gyms that best fit this description in Portland, Oregon are:

Loprinzi’s Gym, Manager, 2414 SE 41st Ave, Portland, OR 97214

and

Giants Gym, Manager, 5223 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland, OR 97213
120  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Powerlifting / Strongman / Only 13 Ryan "BenchMonster" Kennelly DVDs left for retail sale! on: April 16, 2008, 05:06:28 PM
I checked with all of our (former) distributors and the only company that has Ryan "BenchMonster" Kennelly DVDs left in stock is Bodybuilding.com and they've only got 13 copies left.

So, if you've been considering purchasing this DVD, please contact them because we're not planning on producing more retail DVD copies after this.

http://bodybuilding.com/store/provid.htm

This 90 minute DVD is a must watch for all benchpress fans. From Kennelly's raw back-to-back sets of 315x20 and then 405x20 to his 600+ raw singles to his winning the FitExpo and Arnold Classic this training and competition video is loaded! It contains two complete gym training sessions (one shirted w/boards and the other raw and power bodybuilding style), the full FitExpo contest w/warm-ups and competition lifts, the full Arnold Classic contest lifts with some warm ups and his exhibition lifting at the BenchAmerica booth island. It also contains a bunch of historical footage including his training prior to his becoming the first bencher to officially bench 800 pounds and his 1st 800 pound competition bench.

You can also watch the DVD trailer on the Bodybuilding.com site (see link above.)
121  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Powerlifting / Strongman / Powerlifting USA Magazine April 2008 issue review on: April 15, 2008, 05:09:18 PM
On the cover - Mike Tuchscherer

Interview with Mike Tuchscherer

Coverage of the Arnold Classic Quest Nutrition Powerlifting Invitational

Assisted Eccentrics by Louie Simmons of WSBB

Coverage of the Fit Expo's Powerlifting American Cup

Coverage of the Arnold Classic GNC Pro Deadlift contest

Meet Assistant Checklist by Doug Daniels

Hardcore Gym Review # 73 - Retro Gym in Waterbury, Connecticut

All Time Biggest Shirted Benches in the Men's 132 Class

All Time Biggest Shirted Benches in the Women's 114 Class

Coverage of the Arnold Classic Raw Powerlifting and Pro Benchpressing

Coverage of the Fit Expo's Mendelson Bench Contest

Coverage of the West Coast Old School Powerlifting Classic (Newport, Oregon)

Full Contest Calendar

Lots of results from other powerlifting contests throughout the country

You can get this single issue for $3.95 USA or $4.95 Canada + S/H or you can get a year's subscription for $36.95 USA or $96 USA Dollars International Airmail.

To buy a single issue or subscription, please call 1.800.448.7693 or 1.805.482.2378 or mail to PLUSA, PO Box 467, Camarillo, CA 93011

Stay Strong,
Sean Katterle
Owner, HardcorePowerlifting.com
Moderator, HouseOfPain.com forums

122  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Powerlifting / Strongman / Oregon Old School Powerlifting Contest on: April 04, 2008, 10:58:54 AM
Old School Spirit Powerlifting Classic

June 7th, 2008

The Newport (Oregon Coast) Hallmark Resort
1.888.448.4449 (mention this event for your room discount)

No sanction/federation fees

Powerlifting Suits and Benchpress Shirts are NOT Allowed

Wrist & Knee Wraps and Powerlifting Belts OK

No Singlets Required (T-Shirts and Shorts are OK)

No Monolifts (regular upright squat stands being used)

To receive an entry form please contact Vic's Power House Gym

vicspowerhouse@yahoo.com

1.541.999.8558

www.VicsPowerHouse.com




123  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Powerlifting / Strongman / Re: DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY CLIPS OF HOORNSTRA'S "242 RAW" VIDEO?????? on: March 30, 2008, 05:03:06 PM
Just buy a copy of the DVD from Critical Bench.com

It's a great training film and it's got insane gym lifting footage plus contest lifting at the NERB, Kings of the Bench and inside the Arnold Classic Animal Cage.

I got a copy a few months ago and I've already watched it four times.

Pro benchers make shit $ compared to most other sports' pros so support Hoornstra's training and hard work and purchase a copy of the DVD.
124  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Powerlifting / Strongman / Jeremy Hoornstra (615@242 raw pro bencher) on Big Nation Radio on: March 28, 2008, 05:22:14 PM
Jeremy Hoornstra has officially benchpressed 615 pounds in competition without a benchpress shirt. He performed this lift at the 2007 Kings of the Bench (Olympia Expo, Las Vegas.)

Jeremy's the first guest on the following Big Nation Radio broadcast. Here is the link to listen in to the replays.

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/ultimate/2008/03/04/BIG-NATION-Radio-Bodybuilding-Talk-Radio

Hopefully, Weider allows The Kings of the Bench to return this fall to their Olympia Expo. Hardcore Powerlifting (the Kings of the Bench promoter) would love to have Jeremy Hoornstra return and go for the all-time record again!
125  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Powerlifting / Strongman / CLASH OF THE TITANS Competitor List and Prize Money Announced on: August 03, 2007, 09:12:19 AM
The Clash of the Titans
Bodybuilding.com Europa Super Show Expo
Dallas Convention Center, Dallas, Texas
August 10th and 11th, 2007
www.SuperShowExpo.com

$3,000 in CASH Prize Money Awarded

Bench Shirts and Powerlifting Suits are NOT Allowed

All Entry Forms Must Be Received by Monday, August 6th at 5pm. (To have an entry form faxed to you, please voicemail your full name and fax phone number to 1.503.221.2238)

Friday Late Morning

Max Squat
BIGGEST SQUAT = $300

Dustin Gibbons
Brandon "C4" Cass
James "The Pitbull" Searcy
Jon Grove

Friday 2pm

Max Deadlift
BIGGEST DEADLIFT = $300

Brandon "C4" Cass
Dustin Ray Gibbins
James "The Pitbull" Searcy
Jeremy Brinkley
Billy Pierce
Lynne Boshoven
Trey Scott

Saturday Late Morning

BIGGEST OVERALL BENCH OF THE COMPETITION = $500

Lightweight and Middleweight Max Bench

Lightweight Division
BIGGEST LIGHTWEIGHT BENCH = $300

Chase Martin
Adam Zehr
Virgil Braswell

Middleweight Division
BIGGEST MIDDLEWEIGHT BENCH = $300

Anthony Cooper
Dustin Ray Gibbins
Geoffrey Butia
Marty Killion
Chip Edalgo
Gunny Green
Rock Lewis
Brandon "C4" Cass

Saturday Early Afternoon

Heavyweight Max Bench
BIGGEST HEAVYWEIGHT BENCH = $300

Al Davis
BEN ALLEN GRAVES
Brad Tripp
Dave Marchant     

Saturday 3pm

405lbs Bench for Strict Reps

405lbs. Bench For Reps Contest
HIGHEST NUMBER OF REPS = $250

Al Davis
Chip Edalgo
Brad Tripp      
Dave Marchant

(Any other max bencher can opt to compete in the 405lbs strict reps contest too.)

Both Friday and Saturday

Full Powerlifting Meet
BIGGEST OVERALL POWERLIFTING TOTAL = $500

Dustin Gibbons vs. Brandon "C4" Cass

(Other single and double event lifters already signed up may still opt to add the 3rd lift and compete for powerlifting total.)


Push/Pull
BIGGEST PUSH/PULL TOTAL = $250

Dustin Gibbons vs. Brandon "C4" Cass

(Other single and double event lifters already signed up may still opt to add the 3rd lift and compete for powerlifting total.)

Stay strong and we'll see ya at The Dallas Convention Center next weekend,

Sean Zilla Katterle
1.503.221.2238
seanzilla@hardcorepowerlifting.com
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