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Tabulate our maxes on various lifts
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Weights_Admin
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 04, 2007 4:13 pm    Post subject: Tabulate our maxes on various lifts Reply with quote

In Shreveport (and I think Eamonn said this occured at the Olympic Training Centre he trains at) there is a white board in the main gym where they post the maxes for each lifter over a range of different exercises. I think this is to help all lifters compete against each other and also have a public record of their improvements. It will also allow people to compare where people are strong and where they may have weaknesses.

Does anyone think this would be a good idea for here and are willing to partake in this. I thought we could post our personal bests for each of the lifts below along with our bodyweight.

Back Squat
Front Squat
Snatch Deadlift
Clean Deadlift
Power Snatch (thigh above parallel)
Hang Snatch
Squat Snatch
Power Jerk
Jerk from Rack
Clean and Jerk
Clean
Bench Press
Press from Shoulder


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cathal byrd
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 04, 2007 5:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think this is a gud idea. it's good to know wat other lifters are doing in order to be able to measure yourself against their lifts. this can spur us on to lift more! we need to make sure also that we edit our maxes as our training progresses and lifts improve (hopefully they will!)

Below are the exercises that i know my 1 rep maxes in:

Back Squat: 200kg
Front Squat: 181kg
Power Snatch: 92kg
Squat Snatch: 113kg
Power Clean: 124kg
Clean: 144kg
Clean and Jerk: 143kg
Jerk from Rack: 160kg
Power Jerk: 138kg
Squat Jerk: 120kg
Military Press: 65kg/5
Push Press: 110kg
Push Jerk: 117.5kg
Snatch Deadlift: 160kg
Clean Deadlift: 200kg
Snatch Balance: 117.5kg
Overhead Squat 122.5kg

Bodyweight: anywhere between 69-75 depending on time of year.


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 04, 2007 6:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yeah I was thinking of trying to put up a pic of possibly an excel document that is compiled of all the lifter's maxes and up date every so often.
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 04, 2007 6:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Back Squat 170 (May 07)
Front Squat 155 (March 07)

Power Snatch (thigh above parallel) 88
Squat Snatch 108 (3rd March 07)

Power Clean and Push Press 111kg (April 07)
Clean and Jerk 140 (June 2007)

Clean 150 kg
Power Clean (thigh above parallel) 129kg

Press 84kg
Chin Up with 20kg weight 4 sets of 3

Bodyweight 77-79kg

Snatch Deadlift 156kg
Clean Deadlift 181kg

Post Dislocation

B. Squat (modified grip) 5 sets of 2 @ 143kg 2nd Jan 2008
F. Squat (normal grip) 3 singles @ 143kg 3rd Jan 2008
F. Squat (normal grip) 1 single @ 163kg 7th Feb 2008

Power Clean - 129kg 7th Feb 2008
Squat Clean - 156kg (345 lb) 29th Jan 2008
Clean Pulls - 156kg (345 lb) 29th Jan 2008
Hang Clean - 152kg (335 lb) 18th Oct 2008

Shoulder Press - Empty 40kg bar 3rd Jan 2008
Power Jerk - 60 kg 17th Jan 2008
Split Jerk - 106kg 6th Feb 2008

Power Snatch - 55kg 6th Jan 2008
Squat Snatch - Empty Bar 6th Jan 2008


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Neil
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 05, 2007 9:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Back Squat 172.5
Front Squat 145
Snatch Deadlift NA
Clean Deadlift NA
Power Snatch (thigh above parallel) 92
Hang Snatch 85
Squat Snatch 103
Power Jerk 110
Clean and Jerk 126
Clean 127
Bench Press NA
Press from Shoulder NA


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ncallaghan
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 08, 2007 7:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Back Squat 130
Front Squat 120
Snatch Deadlift N/A
Clean Deadlift N/A
Power Snatch (thigh above parallel) 75
Hang Snatch N/A (snatch from blocks at knee 92)
Squat Snatch 97
Power Jerk N/A
Jerk from Rack 120
Clean and Jerk 110
Clean 115
Bench Press 105
Press from Shoulde 55
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andymurphy



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PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2007 10:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

dont know all the lifts as dont do that many of them maybe i should??


back squat 140
front squat 125X2
squat snatch 89
squat clean 113
clean and jerk 110
jerk from rack 115
press from shoulder 65
power clean and power jerk 100
power snatch 80


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PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2007 3:15 pm    Post subject: Lifts kevin Reply with quote

Here are some of my Pbs.

Snatch 121
c&j 148
Jerk 160
clean 150
Hang clean 150
Front squat 170
power snatch 100
power clean 130
deadlift 220
squat 185
power jerk 145
bench 128
military 80
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2007 1:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here are some of mine so far:

1 RM
back squat 100
front squat 92
overhead sq 80
squat snatch 57.5
squat clean 77.5
clean+jerk 60
jerk fr rack 60
press fr shoulder 50

bodyweight 69-73
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2007 3:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

heres mine

back squat 155
front squat 135
snatch deadlift 150
clean deadlift 200
power snatch 90
hang snatch 95
squat snatch 100
power jerk 110
jerk from rack 130
clean and jerk 125
clean 125
bench 100
shoulder press 80
push press 120

thats about it body weight 90ish kg


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 12, 2007 9:54 pm    Post subject: 1-9-10 I finally get an unofficial irish masters c+j record Reply with quote

BW at 85kg

Back Squat 120
Front Squat 127.5
Snatch Deadlift ?
Clean Deadlift ?
Power Snatch (thigh above parallel) 65
Hang Snatch ?
Squat Snatch 65
Power Jerk 77.5
Jerk from Rack 87.5
Clean and Jerk 90
Clean 97.5
Bench Press 50*10*3
Press from Shoulder 62.5


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 18, 2007 10:47 pm    Post subject: tabulating maxs Reply with quote

My maxs are a bit embarrassing to me Sad , I am absolutely killing myself tryiong to fix the classics but they still are a very long way from being mastered , your opininons lads will be welcome if you wish to give me some wisdom , i do a lot of technical work now but cant see the benefit of iot yet so i think i am probably going bout it wrong anyways ....my maxes

Back Squat 215
Front Squat 140, tilt foward after that
Snatch Deadlift 150+
Clean Deadlift 180x4
Deadlift 250
Power Snatch (thigh above parallel) 100
Hang Snatch 107.5
Squat Snatch 101
Power Jerk from rack 130
Jerk from Rack135
Clean and Jerk 136
Clean 143 no standing up , clean 140
Bench Press 150
Press from Shoulder 90
powerclean - 127.5 - no dip 130 dip , adrian reckoned that it was way above parallell
hang power snatch 100
power snatch 80 ish have been avoiding it as it trains me not to dip
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cathal byrd
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2007 10:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey Mike. Your back squat is huge compared to your front squat. I would suggest dropping back squats completely from your programme for quite a while and just focus on bringing up your front squat.

If tilting forward in the front squat is the major problem, then i would say you should incorporate some 'zombie squats', also known as 'hands-free squats': the bar is placed accross the shoulders and your arms point straight out, zombie-like. This will force you to keep a nice upright posture as you cant compensate tipping forward with your hands.
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Eamonn Flanagan
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2007 1:39 pm    Post subject: squat. Reply with quote

Mike, I agree with cathals advice re: zombie squats.

I would say still maybe keep up back squat once a week or every 10 days or so though.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 21, 2007 1:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I used zombie squats when injured a while back. Ray used them for correcting spinal movement in the concentric phase to good effect also.
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