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Old 01-15-2013, 10:00 AM   #197
Itagaki
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Originally Posted by T1000 View Post
Those goal weights would be around 220-225 BW. I'm 170 now and we have the same lifts except squat, idk how you got a 408 when I missed 405 20lbs heavier. Being 6'1 doesn't help me either aha. And to get that deadlift I'd probably have to use if I want to stay around 225 at 10% and I probably will. Another long shot goal is to get a 845 squat and break the 225 weight class record.



Deadlift is my strongest by far. Long arms make it easier to pull. I was so ****ed when I missed that 405 squat, would've been awesome to hit 4 plates. I can do a 4 plate box squat but can't back squat it yet. Hoping to hit that by May.

You're bench is sick for having 4 shoulder surgeries. I've had 2 and I can't imagine going above 225 right now. Got my standing press to 135 and am not going above that any time soon. Did you have any surgeries before 20? I'm 21 in May and had 2 in high school and it's so frustrating having my lifts stalled and regressing a little in my physical prime. Yours were spread out right, not all within 4-5 years?

EDIT: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WlMCIhdMSg4 825 squat at 220 bw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nZ-F7MHpbA 800 dead at 240
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VVhvy6T8dIA 875x4 dead at I think 280
couple inspirations to watch before squat and deadlift day
Realistically speaking, you're maximum potential is going to be at a much heavier bodyweight than 225 at that height.

And you'd DEFINITELY have to use to reach those number (maybe not definitely, but i'm like 99.9% confident). However 6'1 225lbs and 10% should be achievable natural

Also worth remembering is unless the records were set in the IPF or USAPL, they were set with 24 hour weigh-ins, so the record holders are likely walking around 20-30+ pounds over their competition weight class

Here's a good drug free squat though
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIv2miT9NJc

I think his best squat without wraps is 302kg/666lbs and he's pulled 290kg

It was done in an untested federation (but I know he's clean), it's the american record in the 220 class for the SPF, and despite the typical squat depth in the SPF, that's pretty damn legit.


Regarding my squat...it's about the only thing I'm really decent at, my snatch and clean and jerk suck in relation. Makes me think I should switch to powerlifting....except olympic lifting is way more fun
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