>mfw I've spent nearly as much time being injured in my first year of training as I have spent on training, yet I've still surpassed the /fit/ard milestones of a 225 bench, 315 squat and 400lb deadlift. Can do more than either for reps
Up your standards you fags, I surpassed them in less than 6 months.
Nah, perfect form, otherwise I wouldn't be boasting.
The main injury happened during a squat, my groin popped randomly and I woke up with it fucked up. Took 6 months to heal because of where it was.
The only evercise I did with incorrect form was the bench because I can't fit on the bench properly, so couldn't stay tight. Fucked my shoulder up a bit before I realised. Switched to the floor press and have had no issues since.
>2x bodyweight squat and 2.4 bodyweight deadlift is not impressive in someones first year of training
Stay mad geneticlet.
My projected 1rm right now for the deadlift now is 220kg. For thw squat its 190kg. That's not far from you. Give me 5 years of training and the difference between me and you will be like night and day.
Geneticlets, when will they learn?
I tip my fedora to you supreme gentleman
yes, we geneticlets are so inferior in every way compared to you, anon
The only training I did prior to lifting weights was 4 months of long distance running. Went from not being able to run 1 mile to running one in 6 minutes.
The only sports I did during my childhood was boxing and football, and I didn't do them for long.
If it makes you geneticlets feel any better, I wish I discovered I had some talent for strength back in early high school.
Lmao dyel? I did 2/3/4/5 in my first minute at the gym, then afterwards I clean and jerked 350 kg for 10 reps, drove home in my Lamborghini Maserati Turbo and fucked my 50 super model girlfriends, and I made them ALL cum with my 12 inch dick
I do think the long distance running helped, but then I also think it's what led to my groin injury. Or at least contributed to it. I was still doing running when squatting and deadlifting heavy.
I've been lifting heavy and never been injured for years
Why lift if you keep getting injured, geneticlet?
Dunno it's true and science based but i think because his CNS and muscles are strong enough but his joints, tendons and ligaments are lagging behind.
I repeat i'm not sure this is true before i get bullied to death
No vids check
No pics check
Bragging about your lifts and your genetics with no proof to back up your claims whatsoever, motherfucking check
Pic related, I shit all over you op
Prove me wrong
Constant SI joint injuries. Develops into lower back injury. Take a year to recover. Get back in gym. Stretch and roll erry day. Deadlift 40kg for one set, back can't handle it.
What do, fit?
And you don't think you build strength by maxing out? Did Rippetoe tell you that? What was your bodyweight, kiddo?
Maxing out teaches you to maintain form under heavy stress, and actually prepares you for using your maximal strength.
>24 hour weigh-in
>heels up on bench allowed
>uses deadlift bars
What a time to be alive. Guess its real inspirational to some dyel who probably hasn't deadlifted over 200kg in his life, though
2/3/4 is the ending point of Starting Strength, a 31 week program. Congratulations on achieving what hundreds, possibly thousands, have done, except they didn't get injured and they did it in less time. Also, 4 plate squat is the goal, year 2 with Texas Method. Good luck and try not to permanently injure yourself.
Is this the face you make when you shitpost?
In the future, after I start roiding and get closer to my genetic potential, I'm going to make a post on /fit/ called the "strongest man on /fit/" and prove it. Until then, stay mad geneticlets.
Are these really goal stats for anybody? I lift pretty much exactly +/- those after about 4 months of lifting, granted I played sports before that but is it really a milestone to reach for?
Volume is the most important training variable. You'll get more volume doing x5 instead of 1 rep maxes. I'm not competing in anything and have no need to do any complex periodization as I'm still a novice, there's zero reason other than to stroke my ego.
Your strength is piss poor kid. You barely floor press 100kg, never deadlifted over 200kg and your lack of proof tells everyone that your squat depth is shit, and your deadlift is probably hitched.
188cm, I got plenty of ROM. Only thing I've heard from you is excuses. "Waah, I'll lift more than you, just not now", " waaaah , you got less ROM than me". Either put up some real numbers or go back to your mediocre lifts and stop shitting up /fit/.