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    Hey, CK, there are a lot of good lifters in Ohio...we could do it here. i mean, isn't this where arnold is?

    The guy that taught me how to bench is local, he agreed to do vid with me. He's gonna do rep work with 500 lbs.

    Something like..."Buckeye Benching"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarahdefense View Post
    Hey, CK, there are a lot of good lifters in Ohio...we could do it here. i mean, isn't this where arnold is?

    The guy that taught me how to bench is local, he agreed to do vid with me. He's gonna do rep work with 500 lbs.

    Something like..."Buckeye Benching"
    That is very true. There are plenty of great lifters.
    Even where I am at we have a guy 550+
    I am only in the 400--but I ain't a big guy (yet) lol.

    Plus you have Westside barbell, and a bunch of other gyms in the area. Plenty of potential in Ohio.

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    Also,
    Would if you wanted to make it like a legit documentary a few things would be needed:
    1) real film cameras
    2) people who know how to film, edit films, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckcrown84 View Post
    That is very true. There are plenty of great lifters.
    Even where I am at we have a guy 550+
    I am only in the 400--but I ain't a big guy (yet) lol.

    Plus you have Westside barbell, and a bunch of other gyms in the area. Plenty of potential in Ohio.
    550 is good, what does he weigh?

    400 is not shabby at all, how much do you weigh?

    the dude i learned from is 620 [shirted] at about 250 lbs.

    I wonder what i could do shirted?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarahdefense View Post
    550 is good, what does he weigh?

    400 is not shabby at all, how much do you weigh?

    the dude i learned from is 620 [shirted] at about 250 lbs.

    I wonder what i could do shirted?
    I weigh 203lbs right now. Max bench so far is 415lbs, going for 425 Monday.
    The guy that does 550 weights like 280+ he is a big hoss, doesn't max often if he trained a bit more for maxing he would break 600.

    I have never done shirted lifts, not really sure if I want to. I honestly don't know much about that stuff. I am 415 RAW

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuscleDojo View Post
    Nice!
    I used to arch my back like that. Not good form imo- I use a bench against the wall and put my feet up on it. Hopefully your gym has a plate loaded chest press. <- best results for me, added a ton of weight without jacking with my back or shoulders..

    Shes got good form, damn near text book. If only I could get that arch in comp...lol

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    Hey guys, curious on your thoughts:

    Do you think it's possible to do 5x5 flat bench training while still dieting hard? I.e, maintain flexibility and fitness, while still getting stronger?

    Sarah

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarahdefense View Post
    Hey guys, curious on your thoughts:

    Do you think it's possible to do 5x5 flat bench training while still dieting hard? I.e, maintain flexibility and fitness, while still getting stronger?

    Sarah
    Fwiw - I've done it while on strict keto (stronglifts 5x5) for a while - it worked for me and I ain't no spring chicken!
    just my 2c

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarahdefense View Post
    Hey guys, curious on your thoughts:

    Do you think it's possible to do 5x5 flat bench training while still dieting hard? I.e, maintain flexibility and fitness, while still getting stronger?

    Sarah
    I think so. You will definitely lose a bit of strength and not be able to lift as much as if you were not dieting. However, I think you will still benefit by the 5x5.

    But, take that with a grain of salt. I have never actually stuck with the 5 sets methodology.

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    ya, never met a guy that can keep up.
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