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 Post subject: Re: Chewy's Strength Log
PostPosted: Wed Sep 05, 2012 12:22 pm 
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Wed 5th September 2012

Barbell rows
1x5x70kg
2x5x80kg

Safety bar squats (no belt)
1x5x95kg
1x3x115kg
1x3x135kg

Deadlift (belt)
1x2x180kg
1x5x210kg (new 5RM!)

Pushups
31 (on knuckles)


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 Post subject: Re: Chewy's Strength Log
PostPosted: Wed Sep 12, 2012 12:42 pm 
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No training on Friday, vagina was swollen.

Mon 10th September 2012
Bodyweight = 85.7kg

Squats (no belt)
1x3x130kg
1x3x150kg

Push Press
1x6x70kg

Strict Press
1x5x70kg

Pullups
1x11 +10kg
1x10 (chins for this set)




Wed 12th September 2012
Bodyweight = 86.4kg

Barbell rows
2x5x82.5kg

Safety bar squat (no belt)
1x3x120kg
1x1x145kg

Deadlift (belt)
1x2x190kg
1x4x217.5kg (:D)

Bench
1x8x80kg


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 Post subject: Re: Chewy's Strength Log
PostPosted: Wed Sep 19, 2012 12:30 pm 
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wow, your progress is awesome.

What do you eat on a typical day?


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 Post subject: Re: Chewy's Strength Log
PostPosted: Wed Sep 19, 2012 1:40 pm 
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multipass wrote:
wow, your progress is awesome.

What do you eat on a typical day?
Thanks mate

Typical day;
Breakfast - Muesli + Soy Milk, Banana, Protein shake in orange juice
Lunch - Hummus sandwiches, 2 pieces of fruit, Protein shake in soy milk
Dinner - Quinoa, Kidney Beans in a Tomato sauce, Steamed kale later on

Vitamin D, B12, Multivitamin, Omega Oils, Creatine for supplements. Trying to add more veg in.


Fri 14th September 2012
Bodyweight = 85.9kg

Log
1x5x70kg

Farmers
120kg each hand for 10m (quite quick considering the weight, see video)

Sled dragging with harness - was loaded too heavy for me first run, hard as fuck! Last run went better with a bit of weight off




Mon 17th September 2012

Squat (no belt)
1x5x130kg
1x1x150kg
1x1x160kg (beltless PB, and easy)

Bench
1x6x85kg

Pullups
6 +15kg
10


Wed 19th September 2012
Bodyweight = 85.4kg

Barbell rows
2x5x85kg

Front Squat (no belt)
1x5x100kg
1x4x120kg (4RM)

Deadlift (belt)
1x2x185kg
1x1x205kg
1x3x225kg (new 3RM)

Push Press
1x4x75kg (4 fails really, lockout felt horrible)

Strict press
1x7x55kg


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 Post subject: Re: Chewy's Strength Log
PostPosted: Fri Sep 21, 2012 3:53 pm 
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Wow, awesome movies, breathtaking! 225kg ... An adult male lion weigh so much. Crazy :)

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 Post subject: Re: Chewy's Strength Log
PostPosted: Sun Oct 07, 2012 6:02 pm 
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...been missing your updates...i'm sure i'm not the only one. hope you are well and still hitting it hard.


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 Post subject: Re: Chewy's Strength Log
PostPosted: Mon Oct 08, 2012 1:58 am 
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Is that Brian in that video with you doing squats and overhead press? If so, haven't seen him in years. Hope he's doing well.

You guys are looking strong!

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 Post subject: Re: Chewy's Strength Log
PostPosted: Mon Oct 08, 2012 11:59 am 
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theVeganInitiative wrote:
...been missing your updates...i'm sure i'm not the only one. hope you are well and still hitting it hard.

ditto!!

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 Post subject: Re: Chewy's Strength Log
PostPosted: Mon Oct 08, 2012 2:43 pm 
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What's been happening, hope all is okay. Guessing you're just taking some time out from your journal rather than your training. MF

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 Post subject: Re: Chewy's Strength Log
PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2012 1:47 pm 
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Thanks for the kind words everyone, was just taking a break from logging. I had a note of some of the stuff I was doing, but not all of it. Robert, that is Brian - still Vegan and training. I've worked for his company Strength Shop since the end of May. Notable vegan items that can be a pain to find elsewhere are the weightlifting shoes and powerlifting belts :)

First a quick non training update. Things are really great just now, I'm happy with my now-girlfriend that I met 3 or 4 months ago. Just had my first week off since starting my job (which I'm still loving) and had a great holiday away, went to Orkney (island off the north cost of Scotland) for a few days during. Went for a lot of walks and was so relaxing.


Deep breath, here we go;

Fri 21st September 2012
Bodyweight = 86.4kg

Solo training session, remember feeling weak and shitty this day

Log
1x2x70kg
2 fails at 80kg
1x4x60kg

Yoke
200kg for 40m (4 x 10m)
220kg for 10m
220kg for 10m

Circus DB
Couple of sets of 5 with 31kg (done both hands)

Atlas Stones
115kg for a few singles to lower platform, no tacky


Mon 24th September
Bodyweight = 85.2kg

High Bar Squat
1x8x125kg

Push Press
1x10x60kg

Strict Press
1x8x50kg

Pullups
(can't remember)




Wed 26th September 2012
Bodyweight = 87.1kg

Barbell Rows

2x5x87.5kg

Front Squat
1x5x115kg (wider stance, looks quicker on video than it felt!)
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pfbi1qrFNJk[/youtube]

Deadlift

1x205kg
1x225kg
1x240kg (+10kg PB)
1x245kg (+15kg PB) - 540lbs

Massive PB :D :D



Bench
1x5x90kg


Fri 28th September 2012
Bodyweight = 86.5kg

Axle (all single PB's, first time bodyweight overhead)
1x 82.5kg
1x 87.5kg
1x 90kg

Yoke
260kg for 10m

Medley
160kg yoke 10m
110kg Sled push
160kg yoke 10m
110kg Sled drag

Atlas Stones
115kg for 75seconds - 2 reps and a fail






Mon 1st October 2012


High bar Squat
1x5x140kg

Push Press
1x7x65kg + a fail

Strict Press
1x3x62.5kg

Pullups
13 on forklift, 2 more sets to failure




Wed 3rd October
Bodyweight = 86.3kg

Barbell Rows
2x5x90kg (not 100% sure)

Safety bar squat (no belt)
1x3x140kg

3" Deficit Deadlifts (no belt)
1x2x190kg

Pullups
(can't remember)




Fri 5th October 2012

Bodyweight = 86kg

Axle
3x3x75kg

Viking Press
1x5x85kg
1x4x90kg
1x3x95kg (not sure on reps for each)

Head to head farmers walk
105kg for 10m, 2 runs

Farmers hold

125kg (each hand), 2 times. First was 21s, 2nd 27s




Mon 8th October 2012
Bodyweight = 84.2kg

High bar squats (no belt)
1x150kg
1x6x130kg

Push press
1x8x70kg + a fail

Strict press
1x3x65kg

Pullups
1x15 (from dead hang)




Wed 10th October 2012
Bodyweight = 86.4kg

Barbell Rows
1x10x75kg
1x5x85kg
1x5x90kg (more sets than this, can't remember)

Safety bar squats (no belt)
1x150kg

3" deficit deadlifts
(no belt)
1x5x170kg

Pullups
+10kg 10 reps




Sat 13th October 2012


@Crossfit Aberdeen - Work was too busy to train on Friday, so when I was up to see my girlfriend I found a crossfit place to use, got the session for free :)

High bar squat
(no belt)
1x3x140kg

Strict Press
2x5x50kg

Deadlifts (no belt)
1x5x180kg

Chinups on gymnastic rings
11, 2 more sets to failure


Pretty much week off training (holiday from work) with the exception of this;


Wed 17th October


On holiday to Orkney with the missus, walked to a pebble beach @ Scapa Flow.

Stone lifts, stone clean and presses, stone rows, stone tricep extensions, stone throws, walk with stone, box jumps onto ridge, piggybacking girlfriend. Full body workout, caveman style.

Towards the end of the week done 15 pullups at a park on a thick bar.


Mon 22nd October 2012
Bodyweight = 84.5kg

Squats (with 20kg chains each side - not completely unloading off the ground at the top, no belt)
1x2x110kg
1x3x120kg
1x1x130kg

Push Press
1x11x62.5kg

Strict Press
1x4x60kg

Pullups
1x9 +12.5kg
1x6


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 Post subject: Re: Chewy's Strength Log
PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2012 2:45 pm 
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Dude your deadlifting is nuts! :D
Glad to see you back man missed the videos and updates!

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 Post subject: Re: Chewy's Strength Log
PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2012 11:33 am 
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Cheers man :)

Wed 24th October 2012
Bodyweight = 85.4kg

Barbell rows
3x5x80kg

Safety bar squat (no belt)
1x3x110kg (+20kg chains each side, not completely unloading)

Deadlift (with belt)
1x3x165kg (+20kg chains each side, more or less completely unloading)
1x3x185kg (+20kg chains each side, more or less completely unloading)

Bench
1x8x80kg


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 Post subject: Re: Chewy's Strength Log
PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2012 12:38 pm 
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Great work on all those deadlift PRs, Chewy! Hell, you're only 5 lbs. behind my all-time best but you're about 55 lbs. lighter in bodyweight, you're making me want to give up and switch to bodybuilding now :)

Looks like 2013 is going to be the year for you to hit in the 270kg range, at your bodyweight that's going to be a massive number for a pull, can't wait to see the day it happens! :)

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 Post subject: Re: Chewy's Strength Log
PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2012 1:27 pm 
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Also noticed that you did a "rocks on the beach workout" In june me and some friends took a road trip up to cornwall for the week to see blink182 and chill out, we stayed in a dodgey cottage by the beach and did the exact same thing with the rocks on the beach stone overhead presses deadlifts etc so satisfying to chuck em ahha

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 Post subject: Re: Chewy's Strength Log
PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2012 5:16 pm 
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Hey Chewy - we've got a new strength table up for 2012. Your lifts are inspirational to a lot of us here - it would be great to get your numbers up on the board if you are so inclined!

http://www.veganbodybuilding.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=46&t=29127

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