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Some videos from the New England REcord Breakers Meet (Mudge will enjoy these)

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    Some videos from the New England REcord Breakers Meet (Mudge will enjoy these)






    This is a sweet meet because it is a RAW meet and some of the guys that compete in full gear meets come out and do it, so it is cool to see.

    Here is the winner Brian Siders (339lbs) who totaled 2200 (that is a huge RAW total!!). His big three were (squat/bench/dead) 785/605 (missed 635 twice)/810...he came back for a 4th deadlift as a token, he hit 840 but it didn't count...

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    here is Nick Winters benching (don't know the numbers. the first one is 650!)
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    and, for all of you guys that say that powerlifters are just fat......

    Here is Sam Byrd (210lbs) with his 1730 total. His big three were (squat/bench/dead) 705/425 (missed 440)/600 (missed 650 and then missed 670)

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    Nice. On his deadlift it looked like the bar was going to snap.

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    when was this?
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    I saw what looked like Mike Miller in a squat miss in the first video, any idea what happened there?

    Thanks for posting these P!

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    Winters second bench is 665, the one he failed with.

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    Okay, I'm confused. I may just not have been looking closely enough but why doesn't anyone 100 lb plates rather then the Oly 45's? Almost everywhere in Texas ( especially the schools and smaller gyms ) they use 100 lb plates when applicable. Is this odd? I find it a lot easier with a single plate then multiple ones - I guess this has to do with stabilizing muscles?

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    I saw 100 pounders on the bar more than once in these videos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JordanMang
    Okay, I'm confused. I may just not have been looking closely enough but why doesn't anyone 100 lb plates rather then the Oly 45's? Almost everywhere in Texas ( especially the schools and smaller gyms ) they use 100 lb plates when applicable. Is this odd? I find it a lot easier with a single plate then multiple ones - I guess this has to do with stabilizing muscles?
    I have 100 pounders in my gym. I use them only when doing 1 legged leg press or regular leg press because its a bitch to move them around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudge
    I saw 100 pounders on the bar more than once in these videos.
    So did I...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudge
    I saw what looked like Mike Miller in a squat miss in the first video, any idea what happened there?

    Thanks for posting these P!

    Mike Miller had previously, a couple weeks prior to this, set the world record with a 1200lb squat (it was really really shitty though. I will try and get a video. the judges really gave him one on it)......But that was with tons of gear on. At the real meet, with nothing, he squatting 600 on his first lift and missed it. Came back and made it and then tried to jump to 800 on his second and missed it.....and people wonder why I hate powerlifting with the gear....it is lame!! That guy gets 600lbs out of his squat suit. What a stupid sport. RAW powerlifting all the way!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fufu
    when was this?

    Last Weekend at the UMASS Amherst campus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by P-funk
    Last Weekend at the UMASS Amherst campus.
    wow you serious? How did you not know about that fufu?

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    Quote Originally Posted by P-funk
    Mike Miller had previously, a couple weeks prior to this, set the world record with a 1200lb squat (it was really really shitty though. I will try and get a video. the judges really gave him one on it)......But that was with tons of gear on. At the real meet, with nothing, he squatting 600 on his first lift and missed it. Came back and made it and then tried to jump to 800 on his second and missed it.....and people wonder why I hate powerlifting with the gear....it is lame!! That guy gets 600lbs out of his squat suit. What a stupid sport. RAW powerlifting all the way!
    I had no idea equipment could give a person 500-600 on a squat...that is insane.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ForemanRules
    I had no idea equipment could give a person 500-600 on a squat...that is insane.

    oh yea.....if they are good with their equiptment they can get a lot out of it. Powerlifter Jim Parrish talks a lot about this and how to get everything out of the equiptment.
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    gene rychlak has a 600 something raw max on the bench. but shirted he has a world record of over a thousand pounds. he is getting 400lbs out of his shirt!
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    Quote Originally Posted by P-funk
    gene rychlak has a 600 something raw max on the bench. but shirted he has a world record of over a thousand pounds. he is getting 400lbs out of his shirt!
    ok so I did 545 Raw 4 years ago..now I am going to tell people I benched 900
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    Quote Originally Posted by ForemanRules
    ok so I did 545 Raw 4 years ago..now I am going to tell people I benched 900

    if you got the right shirt and learned how to use it maybe. using the shirt is tough. i had a buddy that actually benched worse in a shirt because he couldn't use it right and the pressing groove was always off for him.
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    Those are awesome vids. It scares me how people can lift that much without equipment.

    Im shocked at how much you can get from a shirt though, how do they work?
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    It seems to me, from a non powerlifting perspective, that using a suite/shirts to break a record is a empty accomplishment.

    RAW is definitely how it should be.
    I love it when a plan comes together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P-funk
    Mike Miller had previously, a couple weeks prior to this, set the world record with a 1200lb squat (it was really really shitty though. I will try and get a video. the judges really gave him one on it)......But that was with tons of gear on. At the real meet, with nothing, he squatting 600 on his first lift and missed it. Came back and made it and then tried to jump to 800 on his second and missed it.....and people wonder why I hate powerlifting with the gear....it is lame!! That guy gets 600lbs out of his squat suit. What a stupid sport. RAW powerlifting all the way!
    Wow, I had no idea they were getting quite so much. I had heard of 200-300 pounds out of bench suits, which is crazy, but 600 pounds? That's fucking retarded. The suit did HALF the work in that world record... oh wait, the judges did a good portion of the work there too because there is no way in Hell that was parallel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrmark
    It seems to me, from a non powerlifting perspective, that using a suite/shirts to break a record is a empty accomplishment.

    RAW is definitely how it should be.
    I agree mostly with you.

    I most definantly prefer raw over suited lifts. Even though the lsuited lifts are impressive, they are so much more when done raw IMO.

    But they have raw and suited records anyway. There is a distinction I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by P-funk
    Last Weekend at the UMASS Amherst campus.
    Wow, can't believe I didn't go.... I attend UMass, and I recall seeing an ad for it in golds gym a few years ago. Totally forgot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by P-funk
    Last Weekend at the UMASS Amherst campus.
    Really? Since when did Umass sponser powerlifting. I have been asking around to see if anyone does powerlifting and I haven't heard jack squat. That is awesome though. I wonder if it was at Totman gym.
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    Good post Patrick

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    Quote Originally Posted by fufu
    Really? Since when did Umass sponser powerlifting. I have been asking around to see if anyone does powerlifting and I haven't heard jack squat. That is awesome though. I wonder if it was at Totman gym.
    Haha! DEFINETLY not in Boyden, fucking place is smaller than most classrooms. Gotta pay 40 a month to get to Golds Gym Amherst, but I pay for what I get there... real clean gym.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tough Old Man
    Good post Patrick
    Did you go to this event P? I could have missed out on a chance to shake the hand of the P.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scbz01602
    Did you go to this event P? I could have missed out on a chance to shake the hand of the P.

    No, I didn't go. I would have loved too though.
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    They made those deadlifts look so easy.

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