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Originally Posted By LawyerUp:


Beastly klokov.
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Originally Posted By Hizzie:
My best lifts since being run over/put back together and this recent round of injuries include:

485 squat
495 deadlift
320 NGBP
190 Klokov

I'm 5'10" and was ~200lbs (+/- 5) for each of those lifts.


Beastly klokov.


Thanks. I'm back up to 135 post AC Separation.
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Thanks. I'm back up to 135 post AC Separation.
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Originally Posted By LawyerUp:
Originally Posted By Hizzie:
My best lifts since being run over/put back together and this recent round of injuries include:

485 squat
495 deadlift
320 NGBP
190 Klokov

I'm 5'10" and was ~200lbs (+/- 5) for each of those lifts.


Beastly klokov.


Thanks. I'm back up to 135 post AC Separation.

Did you have a traumatic event leading to AC separation?
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Did you have a traumatic event leading to AC separation?
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Originally Posted By Hizzie:
Originally Posted By LawyerUp:
Originally Posted By Hizzie:
My best lifts since being run over/put back together and this recent round of injuries include:

485 squat
495 deadlift
320 NGBP
190 Klokov

I'm 5'10" and was ~200lbs (+/- 5) for each of those lifts.


Beastly klokov.


Thanks. I'm back up to 135 post AC Separation.

Did you have a traumatic event leading to AC separation?


Happened during a combatives class. Weekend before thanksgiving.
Link Posted: 3/24/2015 8:41:15 PM EST
Oh ya. You have mentioned that before. Sounds like a sucky injury, but one that can be healed up pretty quick.

Last month,
BP 215#
SQ 225#
DL 315#
MP 135#

Those are weights I have done, and I don't think any are maxes. Been doing more volume and running more to be better prepared for BJJ. Injury free and looking to make some nice gains once school is done for the summer.
Link Posted: 3/25/2015 7:17:01 AM EST
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Impressive fellas. No matter how much you lift, just as long as you lift and do it for you, nothing else matters.

I'll leave you lifters with this quote.

"I'd rather throw and eat, than run and puke."



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Since we're sharing, my current/fairly current PRs.

34 y.o. 255 or so / 6'5

squat 430 (probably could hit 440-45)
front squat 335 (probably could hit 350ish)
OHP 205
bench 300 (probably go for 315 next 1RM)
snatch 205 (probably go for 225 next 1RM)
clean 275 (probably go for 300 next 1RM)
C & Jerk 255 (probably go for 275 next 1RM)
OH squat 245
push press 225
DL 405 x 3 (that's pretty old though, no idea what my current 1RM is)
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I'll play, I guess.

31y.o. @ 214# this morning
Squat: 425
Front Squat: 365
OHP: 165
Bench: 200
Snatch: 210
Clean: 290
C&J: 265
OHS: 235x3
Push Press: 245
Thruster: 225x3
Deadlift: 475 (sumo) 455 (conventional)
Link Posted: 3/25/2015 9:25:31 AM EST
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Hence, a quandary - do I stick with Juggernaut for another 4+ months or change up and go to 5/3/1 and starting getting back into lower rep mode? Hmmmmmmmmm...
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I don't know anything about Juggernaut but if it is a primarily higher rep program I would recommend Juggernaut far out from a meet/important test day and 531 as the meet approaches. That's if those are the only two options.

All time gym PR gym lifts for me are,
Squat 475
Bench w/ a pause 305
Deadlift 480

Meet PRs are
Squat 470
Bench 300
Deadlift 490

Current PRs 12 weeks back at it after a year and a half of not training/a few workouts a month
Squat 440
Bench 295
Deadlift 465

I feel like I am really missing out on my potential as a lifter by not having my own website, selling e-books, offering online coaching and consulting and flooding youtube with videos giving the same generic advice as everyone else. Kasab Strength System has a nice ring to it. Sure, I haven't really accomplished much in lifting but that's no reason for me to not jump on the bandwagon.
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Originally Posted By Hank:As to your lifting entity goes, imagine if we teamed up and formed H&K Power Systems. We could be the two most average lifters that were ever sued by a German gun company!
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You can't buy that kind of publicity!
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You can't buy that kind of publicity!
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Originally Posted By Hank:As to your lifting entity goes, imagine if we teamed up and formed H&K Power Systems. We could be the two most average lifters that were ever sued by a German gun company!


You can't buy that kind of publicity!
I'd sub to that YT channel.
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I'd sub to that YT channel.
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Originally Posted By MrKasab:
Originally Posted By Hank:As to your lifting entity goes, imagine if we teamed up and formed H&K Power Systems. We could be the two most average lifters that were ever sued by a German gun company!


You can't buy that kind of publicity!
I'd sub to that YT channel.


You like subbing to big, hairy guys, don't you?
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you said that was between us!
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Gentlemen...assholes...this is an example of "not going as planned."

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I just wing it then you never have to worry about "going according to plan"
Link Posted: 3/25/2015 3:35:08 PM EST
Hank- 10/20/life.

Drink the kool-aid.
Has off season, has meet prep.

Haha. Meat prep.

Going to go prep some meat After a trainer session...


Was supposed to do a recovery run yesterday at like 10:30 pace, forgot my garmin, so ran by feel and "recovered" at my race pace.

Fuck.
Link Posted: 3/25/2015 6:31:57 PM EST
OK. I want to start this and have just ordered the hard copy off amazon. Can someone give me a typical weeks worth of workouts so I can see how this usually goes? I know it's probably in the 500+ pages of this thread, but I'll give up before I look through that many pages.
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OK. I want to start this and have just ordered the hard copy off amazon. Can someone give me a typical weeks worth of workouts so I can see how this usually goes? I know it's probably in the 500+ pages of this thread, but I'll give up before I look through that many pages.
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I sent you a PM to a basic review and layout of the routine. The standard lifts are always the same. The auxiliary lifts can be tailored to your need. I do boring but big, because I want to gain some size.
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Originally Posted By stutzcattle:
OK. I want to start this and have just ordered the hard copy off amazon. Can someone give me a typical weeks worth of workouts so I can see how this usually goes? I know it's probably in the 500+ pages of this thread, but I'll give up before I look through that many pages.
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T-nation has a short article explaining the program
here

Black Iron Beast has a calculator that will figure out all your weights and even what plates to use for ever lift.
here

Google it and you will find a million articles about it.
Link Posted: 3/25/2015 7:10:17 PM EST
stupid thread
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one more try
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OK. I want to start this and have just ordered the hard copy off amazon. Can someone give me a typical weeks worth of workouts so I can see how this usually goes? I know it's probably in the 500+ pages of this thread, but I'll give up before I look through that many pages.
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Oh so you want to be strong do ya?
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OK. I want to start this and have just ordered the hard copy off amazon. Can someone give me a typical weeks worth of workouts so I can see how this usually goes? I know it's probably in the 500+ pages of this thread, but I'll give up before I look through that many pages.
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I've done it three ways. Full body like this:

Day 1
Squat (M - 65% x 5; 75% x 5; 85% x 5)
Bench 531
Deadlift 531

Day 2
Squat (L - 65% x 5; 75% x 5)
Press 531
Chins (Bodyweight)

Day 3
Squat 531
Bench/Press (M - 65% x 5; 75% x 5; 85% x 5)
Chin (weighted 5x5)

Or the standard:

Sun
Squat 531
RDLs 3 x 8
Calf Raise 3 x 15
DB Row 3 x 15

Tue
Press 531
Bench 3 x10
Chin ups (BW) 5 x 10
Face Pulls 3 x 15

Thu
Pause Squat 3 x 5
Deadlift 531
DB Row 3 x 15

Sat
Bench 531
Press 3 x 10
Chin ups (weighted) 5 x 5
Face Pulls 3 x 15

These all took less than 1 hour. I usually do some FSL sets as well. Now I am in my garage, we have a new baby so I am doing 2 days per week. Sat Squat 531 and Bench 531, Weds. Press 531 and Deads 531. I also do 3-5 sets FSL after the main lift and 7 minutes of chin ups after the main lifts.

I am 5'6" , 185 lbs. 36 yrs. Recent lifts:
Squat 310 x 3
Press 167.5 x 3
Deadlift 345 x 6
Bench 265 x 4
When I was 165 I hit 5 chin ups with an 85 lb. dumbell. Somehow I gained weight when the wife was pregnant so now I can only do 5 chin ups with a 55 lb plate.
Link Posted: 3/25/2015 9:21:42 PM EST
Re: crossfit...

It also ruins marriages. I have to admit I actually guffawed when I read that one.
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I did too...it was a new low...CF ruins marriages now

Same people who blame facebook for ruining marriages...and blame their "metabolism" for being lard asses. lol
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I've done it three ways. Full body like this:

Day 1
Squat (M - 65% x 5; 75% x 5; 85% x 5)
Bench 531
Deadlift 531

Day 2
Squat (L - 65% x 5; 75% x 5)
Press 531
Chins (Bodyweight)

Day 3
Squat 531
Bench/Press (M - 65% x 5; 75% x 5; 85% x 5)
Chin (weighted 5x5)

Or the standard:

Sun
Squat 531
RDLs 3 x 8
Calf Raise 3 x 15
DB Row 3 x 15

Tue
Press 531
Bench 3 x10
Chin ups (BW) 5 x 10
Face Pulls 3 x 15

Thu
Pause Squat 3 x 5
Deadlift 531
DB Row 3 x 15

Sat
Bench 531
Press 3 x 10
Chin ups (weighted) 5 x 5
Face Pulls 3 x 15

These all took less than 1 hour. I usually do some FSL sets as well. Now I am in my garage, we have a new baby so I am doing 2 days per week. Sat Squat 531 and Bench 531, Weds. Press 531 and Deads 531. I also do 3-5 sets FSL after the main lift and 7 minutes of chin ups after the main lifts.

I am 5'6" , 185 lbs. 36 yrs. Recent lifts:
Squat 310 x 3
Press 167.5 x 3
Deadlift 345 x 6
Bench 265 x 4
When I was 165 I hit 5 chin ups with an 85 lb. dumbell. Somehow I gained weight when the wife was pregnant so now I can only do 5 chin ups with a 55 lb plate.
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Originally Posted By stutzcattle:
OK. I want to start this and have just ordered the hard copy off amazon. Can someone give me a typical weeks worth of workouts so I can see how this usually goes? I know it's probably in the 500+ pages of this thread, but I'll give up before I look through that many pages.



I've done it three ways. Full body like this:

Day 1
Squat (M - 65% x 5; 75% x 5; 85% x 5)
Bench 531
Deadlift 531

Day 2
Squat (L - 65% x 5; 75% x 5)
Press 531
Chins (Bodyweight)

Day 3
Squat 531
Bench/Press (M - 65% x 5; 75% x 5; 85% x 5)
Chin (weighted 5x5)

Or the standard:

Sun
Squat 531
RDLs 3 x 8
Calf Raise 3 x 15
DB Row 3 x 15

Tue
Press 531
Bench 3 x10
Chin ups (BW) 5 x 10
Face Pulls 3 x 15

Thu
Pause Squat 3 x 5
Deadlift 531
DB Row 3 x 15

Sat
Bench 531
Press 3 x 10
Chin ups (weighted) 5 x 5
Face Pulls 3 x 15

These all took less than 1 hour. I usually do some FSL sets as well. Now I am in my garage, we have a new baby so I am doing 2 days per week. Sat Squat 531 and Bench 531, Weds. Press 531 and Deads 531. I also do 3-5 sets FSL after the main lift and 7 minutes of chin ups after the main lifts.

I am 5'6" , 185 lbs. 36 yrs. Recent lifts:
Squat 310 x 3
Press 167.5 x 3
Deadlift 345 x 6
Bench 265 x 4
When I was 165 I hit 5 chin ups with an 85 lb. dumbell. Somehow I gained weight when the wife was pregnant so now I can only do 5 chin ups with a 55 lb plate.

All of my workouts now are basically HIIT. I don't see how any of this takes an hour. I've never been a lifter, so I could be looking at this wrong.
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Lifted hard today. Felt like I was going to throw up several times. I get that way after heavy squats, deadlift, snatches and cleans. Still feel that way an hour later

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I did too...it was a new low...CF ruins marriages now

Same people who blame facebook for ruining marriages...and blame their "metabolism" for being lard asses. lol
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Originally Posted By RatherBeLifting:
Re: crossfit...

It also ruins marriages. I have to admit I actually guffawed when I read that one.



I did too...it was a new low...CF ruins marriages now

Same people who blame facebook for ruining marriages...and blame their "metabolism" for being lard asses. lol


Facebook is the devil. Unless you're trying to get laid by women from your past. Then its pretty awesome.
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Facebook is the devil. Unless you're trying to get laid by women from your past. Then its pretty awesome.
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Originally Posted By RolandofGilead:
Originally Posted By RatherBeLifting:
Re: crossfit...

It also ruins marriages. I have to admit I actually guffawed when I read that one.



I did too...it was a new low...CF ruins marriages now

Same people who blame facebook for ruining marriages...and blame their "metabolism" for being lard asses. lol


Facebook is the devil. Unless you're trying to get laid by women from your past. Then its pretty awesome.


Or you want to show your family that lives 1,000 miles away pictures of your kids...or stay in touch with old military buddies....
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I did too...it was a new low...CF ruins marriages now

Same people who blame facebook for ruining marriages...and blame their "metabolism" for being lard asses. lol
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Originally Posted By RolandofGilead:
Originally Posted By RatherBeLifting:
Re: crossfit...

It also ruins marriages. I have to admit I actually guffawed when I read that one.



I did too...it was a new low...CF ruins marriages now

Same people who blame facebook for ruining marriages...and blame their "metabolism" for being lard asses. lol


No no! Getting a desk job makes you fat. And turning 30...or 40.
Link Posted: 3/26/2015 12:49:22 AM EST
It's a glandular issue
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Admittedly, I don't think I would have had the mental toughness to stand up for myself without CrossFit. That translated directly into the dissolution of my marraige. I think saying "CrossFit Ruins Bad Marraiges" might be somewhat accurate...
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Or you want to show your family that lives 1,000 miles away pictures of your kids...or stay in touch with old military buddies....
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Originally Posted By flinch08:
Originally Posted By RolandofGilead:
Originally Posted By RatherBeLifting:
Re: crossfit...

It also ruins marriages. I have to admit I actually guffawed when I read that one.



I did too...it was a new low...CF ruins marriages now

Same people who blame facebook for ruining marriages...and blame their "metabolism" for being lard asses. lol


Facebook is the devil. Unless you're trying to get laid by women from your past. Then its pretty awesome.


Or you want to show your family that lives 1,000 miles away pictures of your kids...or stay in touch with old military buddies....


We use Shutterfly for family specific stuff. One of my coworkers was telling me a while ago about how he had reconnected via Facebook with a bunch of Marine buddies. They traveled the world, Somalia, the Panama event I think. Bunch of stuff. He was pretty excited about it. Pretty cool to hear him talk about it.
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Admittedly, I don't think I would have had the mental toughness to stand up for myself without CrossFit. That translated directly into the dissolution of my marraige. I think saying "CrossFit Ruins Bad Marraiges" might be somewhat accurate...
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Originally Posted By RatherBeLifting:
Re: crossfit...

It also ruins marriages. I have to admit I actually guffawed when I read that one.
Admittedly, I don't think I would have had the mental toughness to stand up for myself without CrossFit. That translated directly into the dissolution of my marraige. I think saying "CrossFit Ruins Bad Marraiges" might be somewhat accurate...


Yes, but what you said is entirely logical. What the other poster said was basically "My fiancee started doing crossfit and it led to the break up of our engagement." Admittedly, I may be reading that wrong but it almost translates to me as "if she hadn't started doing crossfit, she would be miserable in a marriage with me but at least I would be happy".

It's none of my business and tell me to fuck off if you want, but if I recall from watching your "fat to fit" transformation weren't you getting shit from your wife when you actually started seeing results?

Additionally, I'd like to do a mental study on guys that see pictures of strong women and say "she's a man" to understand what's going through their brains. When I see a fit/strong woman, I'm immediately attracted because of those qualities rather than repulsed.
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It's none of my business and tell me to fuck off if you want, but if I recall from watching your "fat to fit" transformation weren't you getting shit from your wife when you actually started seeing results?

Additionally, I'd like to do a mental study on guys that see pictures of strong women and say "she's a man" to understand what's going through their brains. When I see a fit/strong woman, I'm immediately attracted because of those qualities rather than repulsed.
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She definitely was not my biggest cheerleader, but even for her to ride my ass about getting stronger and healthier would have been a bit much. She was pretty quick to jump on the crossfit bandwagon though, I suspect half to "keep tabs" on me. Insert herself into parts of my life she wasn't present.

The strong women thing though... I'm with you. Girl tells me she can squat <X pounds> it doesn't even matter what X is, I'm aroused. You mean you aren't some delicate flower who is paralyzed without a man there to do things for you? That you and I can be equal partners in all different parts of life?

GOD WHAT A TURNOFF.
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All of my workouts now are basically HIIT. I don't see how any of this takes an hour. I've never been a lifter, so I could be looking at this wrong.
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Originally Posted By Nate7out:

These all took less than 1 hour. I usually do some FSL sets as well. Now I am in my garage, we have a new baby so I am doing 2 days per week. Sat Squat 531 and Bench 531, Weds. Press 531 and Deads 531. I also do 3-5 sets FSL after the main lift and 7 minutes of chin ups after the main lifts.


All of my workouts now are basically HIIT. I don't see how any of this takes an hour. I've never been a lifter, so I could be looking at this wrong.


I of course didn't elaborate on warmup sets and I might also do multiple sets of the first set weight after the top set. You will see after you receive Beyond 531. Also, I did say in my post they took less than 1 hour. More like 45 minutes, except the day with both 531 Deadlifts and 531 Bench was a bit more than an hour. If you are training for strength you need to rest between sets and be fresh and recovered, especially for your top set. Maybe 3-5 minutes between sets, and maybe 8 minutes if you go really heavy. You want to have good crisp reps and to make your goals on your sets, and go for PR's. Assistance it doesn't matter so much about the rest.
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No no! Getting a desk job makes you fat. And turning 30...or 40.
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Originally Posted By RolandofGilead:
Originally Posted By RatherBeLifting:
Re: crossfit...

It also ruins marriages. I have to admit I actually guffawed when I read that one.



I did too...it was a new low...CF ruins marriages now

Same people who blame facebook for ruining marriages...and blame their "metabolism" for being lard asses. lol


No no! Getting a desk job makes you fat. And turning 30...or 40.


I know there's a CF thread in GD at least once a week and the same gifs and comments show up every time, "first rule of CF . . .", etc. But for some reason I keep opening them. That one had everything from planet fitness fatties talking smack to a former NFL player who's made it to CF games regionals twice. If he's legit anyways. I wonder what's next.
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Originally Posted By stutzcattle:
OK. I want to start this and have just ordered the hard copy off amazon. Can someone give me a typical weeks worth of workouts so I can see how this usually goes? I know it's probably in the 500+ pages of this thread, but I'll give up before I look through that many pages.


Oh so you want to be strong do ya?

Yes. You win. Dick
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I know there's a CF thread in GD at least once a week and the same gifs and comments show up every time, "first rule of CF . . .", etc. But for some reason I keep opening them. That one had everything from planet fitness fatties talking smack to a former NFL player who's made it to CF games regionals twice. If he's legit anyways. I wonder what's next.
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Originally Posted By LawyerUp:
Originally Posted By frayedknot:
Originally Posted By RolandofGilead:
Originally Posted By RatherBeLifting:
Re: crossfit...

It also ruins marriages. I have to admit I actually guffawed when I read that one.



I did too...it was a new low...CF ruins marriages now

Same people who blame facebook for ruining marriages...and blame their "metabolism" for being lard asses. lol


No no! Getting a desk job makes you fat. And turning 30...or 40.


I know there's a CF thread in GD at least once a week and the same gifs and comments show up every time, "first rule of CF . . .", etc. But for some reason I keep opening them. That one had everything from planet fitness fatties talking smack to a former NFL player who's made it to CF games regionals twice. If he's legit anyways. I wonder what's next.


A crossfitter, atheist and vegan walked into a bar. We know because they told everyone within 2 minutes.



I love to give the rabid, kool-aid drinkers (RKDs) hell...because it's fun. I think you guys are a bit spoiled. RoG changed my view of crossfit on here because locally all I've seen are the RKDs. I didn't realize there were decent crossfit gyms that programmed logically to meet your goals.

With that said, even the crappy gyms have exposed more people to the barbell than any other fad.
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Can you lift more than a 14 year old?



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Originally Posted By RatherBeLifting:
Additionally, I'd like to do a mental study on guys that see pictures of strong women and say "she's a man" to understand what's going through their brains. When I see a fit/strong woman, I'm immediately attracted because of those qualities rather than repulsed.
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I only feel that way in cases where there's obviously liberal androgen supplementation. I have always preferred relatively strong women.

However, I can understand why a lot of men are offput by it, and it's not mysogyny (as the feminists would say) or insecurity (as many of us would say). Body shape/ratio is hardwired into our brains for attraction. There are instincts in there that say V shape = dude, Coke bottle = chick. Same way with gait. Almost everyone can identify "male" or "female" stick figures by the way they walk.

If a woman puts on sufficient mass and loses enough curves that the animal instinct part of the brain starts to get confused, I understand why some guys are weirded out.
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Originally Posted By SoonerBorn:
Can you lift more than a 14 year old?

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Reminds me of my football career.
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