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    Re: Lifting-Videos

    Beitrag  lukas am Do Jun 25, 2009 10:00 am




    dazu sag ich mal nix.
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    Re: Lifting-Videos

    Beitrag  xolix am Mi Jul 08, 2009 6:13 am

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3Zgg-upAnc

    der typ fetzt wie sau...schaut euch ruhig auch seine anderen sachen an , LOHNT sich !! clean and press
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    Re: Lifting-Videos

    Beitrag  Jakob am Mi Jul 08, 2009 8:59 am

    xolix schrieb:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3Zgg-upAnc

    der typ fetzt wie sau...schaut euch ruhig auch seine anderen sachen an , LOHNT sich !! clean and press

    dachte du hast null respekt vor leuten die dopen....
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    Re: Lifting-Videos

    Beitrag  xolix am Mi Jul 08, 2009 9:13 am

    hui ... meinste fettnäpchen ?? naja ich zerr mir solche vids rein als motivation... also am besten ähnliches schaffen ohne das zeuch was die nüsse schrumpfen lässt ... wenn ich sowas schaue , sehe ich nur die gewichte / übung usw. der rest is mir rille ... dreh mir n strick draus oder nich .
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    Re: Lifting-Videos

    Beitrag  Jakob am Mi Jul 08, 2009 9:34 am

    quatsch! ich zieh mir solche videos auch ständig rein, dachte nur nach deiner ansage letztens du hasst die ganzen stoff-säue!


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    Re: Lifting-Videos

    Beitrag  xolix am Mi Jul 08, 2009 10:19 am

    Jakob schrieb:quatsch! ich zieh mir solche videos auch ständig rein, dachte nur nach deiner ansage letztens du hasst die ganzen stoff-säue!

    hass, nee, ich respektiere solche sachen halt nich im im endeffekt. schau mir die vids an wegen training ... gibt auch beispiele , wo stofftiere sauwenig gewicht für ihre statur nehmen , wie cutler z.b. und da sag ich mir , wenn se schon unsauber sind sollen sie auch reinhauen , wie coleman oder johnnie jackson . im realen umsfeld hab ich mit sowas nichts am hut , weder freundeskreis , noch sonstwie .
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    Re: Lifting-Videos

    Beitrag  Floey am Mo Aug 03, 2009 1:49 am

    Mal ein paar Videos von uns Lullies Wink


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    Re: Lifting-Videos

    Beitrag  Philipp am Mo Aug 03, 2009 3:15 am

    Hammer Jungs! Daumen hoch!
    wo liegt ihr mit den Leistungen in eurer Gewichtsklasse ungefähr? Ich habe in Bezug auf den Strongman Bereich leider gar keine Ahnung.

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    Re: Lifting-Videos

    Beitrag  Tobi am Mo Aug 03, 2009 3:25 am

    sind echt gute leistungen, hab letztens nen internationalen wettbewerb gesehen und die schlechtesten teilnehmer voll mit stoff haben auch nur 120 geschafft
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    Re: Lifting-Videos

    Beitrag  Holger am Mo Aug 03, 2009 5:42 am

    Ah, hier sind ja schon die Videos Smile

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    Re: Lifting-Videos

    Beitrag  Floey am Do Aug 13, 2009 10:33 pm

    Shocked




    Hat jemand 'nen Plan, wer das genau ist?


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    Re: Lifting-Videos

    Beitrag  Philipp am Do Aug 13, 2009 10:54 pm

    Viele Informationen habe ich nicht über ihn. Kenne eigentlich auch nur die Videos.




    Die 250Kg auf der Bank kommen wie beim Aufwärmen, viel zu krass! Shocked

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    Re: Lifting-Videos

    Beitrag  Floey am Do Aug 13, 2009 11:45 pm

    Ah!
    Background

    He was born in 1978 in the small town of Liepaya in Latvia. Parents were normal people with no background in sports.

    Started in sports at the age of six with gymnastics, and later spent a few years doing wrestling and judo. By 11 he was already quite strong and could do 42 chin-ups.

    At 15 he began lifting weights at the gym, initially doing bodybuilding training, but always lifted with the intention of getting stronger. Was already 6ft tall, 160lbs, and deadlifting 475.

    At 17 he started training as a powerlifter, getting most of his training and nutrition information from magazines.

    Started competing in 1997 and went on to set over 100 Latvian records. He is the national champion in all 3 power lifts and has the biggest total.

    In 2002 as a junior he lifted a total of 2210lbs, a world and European record at the time, and he also set a junior WR with a 860lb (390kg) deadlift.

    Later that year he recorded 2295lb total in Helsinki (WPC) setting a world and European record in the bench press with 596lbs.

    In 2003 in the world championships (GPC) in Austria he was the overall champion setting two world records in the deadlift: 884 followed by 897lbs.

    In 2004 won the GPC "World cup" in Slovakia in the 275 class.

    In 2005 he totaled 2317 in the IPF and went on to set a WR deadlifting 906 (411kg, no suit) in the 275 class, beating a record held since 1982 by 1kg.

    In 2006 he focused exclusively on the deadlift and at the Latvian nationals (WPC-IPF) pulled 948 @ 275 to break his 2005 WR by 19kg (this time in a Metal DL suit) after tokens in the squat and bench press.

    His main goal is to beat Andy Bolton's world record (which at the time of the interview was 971).

    Training

    He has recently given a lot more attention to rest and recovery which he believes is extremely important at his level so he trains more intuitively. He trains the deadlift 2x every 9-12 days, but it all depends on how he's feeling, so if he's feeling slightly fatigued he prefers to rest another day or two before deadlifting again.

    His main assistance exercise is pulling off 3-4" blocks (8-10cm).

    The overall volume of his deadlift training is very high, going up to 20 sets.

    He splits his deadlift workouts in half with 20-30 minutes rest between them. Rest times on work sets are typically 3-5 minutes.

    He trains without straps or a belt.

    From a recent training session:

    Deadlifts from the floor

    260 x 5
    350 x 5
    440 x 3
    530 x 1
    620 x 1
    705 x 1
    795 x 1
    860 x 4

    Rest 30 minutes

    Pulling off blocks

    375 x 5
    485 x 5
    660 x 1
    750 x 5
    815 x 5

    Hyperextensions on a 45° bench with 60kg (132lbs) for 2 sets of 20 reps

    Reverse hyperextensions with 50-70kg (110-155lbs) for 2 sets of 15-20 reps

    Biceps: 2 x 20

    Presses: 6 x 15-25

    Speed work:

    5 x 5 Oly squats with knee wraps

    8-10 single speed pulls from the floor with bands that add 130kg of tension to the lockout. He increments his speed work by 5kg (11lbs) each workout. His last speed pull session involved 240kg for 10 singles with 130kg of band tension.

    Technique

    He explains that while he pulls with a rounded back, it is only his upper back (from the chest up) that is rounded and it stays this way throughout the entire lift. It allows him to lift the maximum amount of weight for his proportions. He said he deadlifted with a straight back and more leg drive years ago but it would not allow him to lift more than 340kg (750).

    The biggest influence on his deadlift training has been Ano Turtiainen of Finland, who has given him a lot of advice on his form.

    Early on he took his deadlift from 340kg (750) to 390kg (860) in 7 months without increasing his body weight with his technique and training based on US methods, and reached 407kg (895) at a body weight of 118kg. This is where progress stalled and he had to look at other methods.

    He now uses a combination of speed work and higher volume training with 75-90% of his max, assistance exercises, and "Westside" training methods. His current training methods have allowed him to take his deadlift to 430kg (948).

    At his last competition he did not know how much he could lift but having since analyzed his performance he believes it is not his limit. He wants to go to the United States in 2007 to break the world record.

    Training secrets

    He explains that intra-abdominal pressure is very important and a belt should be used sparingly. He only uses it lifting maximum weights. He doesn't feel a belt adds anything to his deadlift. He feels sumo lifters benefit more from a belt and that for conventional deadlifters it's only necessary for stability and a little assistance at the start of the lift.

    He doesn't use straps in training and doesn't have any problems pulling weight off the floor. In the rack he's pulled 500kg (1100lbs) and held onto it for 8 seconds.

    The psychological side of lifting is of great importance to him. Before record attempts, he gets into a state of extreme mental excitation. To lift maximal weights he lifts quickly and aggressively. He puts fear out of his mind. There is no thinking of limits or barriers.

    Recently he has excluded powerlifting squats from his training and only squats Olympic style which he feels is better for developing the legs and hip muscles. He also trains the posterior chain with other exercises.

    Plans for the future

    To break the world record in the deadlift he knows he must specialize in it but he would like to eventually return to being competitive in all three lifts and put up a big total.

    He loves the sport of powerlifting and is not in it for money or glory. It is a "way of life." It gives him strength, confidence, develops character, willpower, all qualities that are necessary in everyday life.
    http://www.ironsport.dk/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=11552&sid=c14c93adcaf0242347d5288261dff377

    Und hier der Weltrekord-Deadlift:


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    Re: Lifting-Videos

    Beitrag  xTomx am Fr Aug 14, 2009 1:56 am

    der mensch ist der hammer. unglaublich stark und das auch noch raw. drückt gute 200kg und zieht auch weit über 350kg ohne suit. bin voll beeindruckt von ihm....und manchmal vor schweren lifts guck ich mir seine vids auf youtube an. clean and press clean and press Beide Daumen
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    Re: Lifting-Videos

    Beitrag  Philipp am Fr Aug 14, 2009 2:59 am


    Gute Sache mit den Infos. Smile
    Aber beim Weltrekord bist du nicht mehr auf dem neuesten Stand. Wink


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    Re: Lifting-Videos

    Beitrag  Floey am Fr Aug 14, 2009 3:23 am

    Jaja, das war aber damals ein Weltrekord in seiner Klasse... ^^ Und Junior-Weltrekord ist es glaub ich immernoch.

    In 2002 as a junior he lifted a total of 2210lbs, a world and European record at the time, and he also set a junior WR with a 860lb (390kg) deadlift.

    Inzwischen hebt er auch deultich über 400.


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    Re: Lifting-Videos

    Beitrag  Philipp am Fr Aug 14, 2009 3:39 am

    Ach, mein Fehler. Entschuldige bitte, ich hatte deinen Beitrag wohl zu schnell überflogen.

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    Re: Lifting-Videos

    Beitrag  Floey am Fr Aug 14, 2009 3:44 am

    Kein Problem Wink


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    Re: Lifting-Videos

    Beitrag  xTomx am Sa Aug 15, 2009 8:09 am

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    Re: Lifting-Videos

    Beitrag  Floey am Mo Aug 17, 2009 6:02 am

    Der Typ ist echt der Knaller...


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    Re: Lifting-Videos

    Beitrag  OAT am So Aug 30, 2009 5:52 pm


    Meh! die scheinen für die hölle zu trainieren.
    bissl polnisch kann ich zum glück...
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    Re: Lifting-Videos

    Beitrag  Floey am Di Sep 15, 2009 3:07 am

    Keine Ahnung wer das ist, aber das Beintraining find ich echt geil! Schöne Fronties vor allem!



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    Re: Lifting-Videos

    Beitrag  Floey am Mo Okt 05, 2009 4:48 am

    So sollte Bodybuilding-Training aussehen! Daumen hoch!



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    Beitrag  Euphoric am Mo Okt 05, 2009 5:30 am

    Sag mal haut der sich da vorher Poppers rein oder was zum Geier hält ihm der andere Typ da unter die Nase? o_O


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    Re: Lifting-Videos

    Beitrag  Tobi am Mo Okt 05, 2009 10:56 am

    ist irgendein stinkendes stöfflein, dass die atemwege freimacht

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