Post your height, weight and how much you can deadlift. >6'2. >200 lbs. >10 reps of 215 lbs Posted on April 24, 2023 by Anonymous Post your height, weight and how much you can deadlift. >6'2 >200 lbs >10 reps of 215 lbs
500 lbs for 1 rep, conventional.
Working set is roughly 405 for 6 reps.
Damn. That's impressive.
Thanks man. I was probably closer to 240 when I hit the 500 lb diddly. Was last august or so.
Nice, how long did it take to get there? I'm 5'11 215lbs and used to do 315 for 5, but after taking a break from the gym I can only do 275 for 3. I have like 6 months of lifting total under my belt and I'm finally taking my training seriously (cut out alcohol and started eating more + healthier foods)
>147.5kg for 5
>130Kgs before sciatic nerve issue
>only do RDLs now
J U S T
>RDL 140kg x 8
it was pretty sloppy, thanks lower back
Lmao5pl8 for 10 reps, 275kg max
How many years did it take you to bench 275kg?
>5 reps of 100kg
> 176 cm
> 95 kg for like 8 but with back that's curved as fuck
Had to switch to rack SLDL to work on flexibility
>pic of bench
I'm a retard, good catch. I wondered why people were talking about deadlifting so much.
>140kg for 2 reps
I have pretty long legs tho so maybe I should'nt do conventional
67kg (147 lbs)
175kg (385 lbs)
i don't do reps because my lungs are fucked from being sick with god knows what and i gas out after 3-4 reps
last succesful attempt was 282.5kg
other stats, before anyone asks:
>ohp 110kg, bench 177kg, squat 231kg
355 lbs or 225 for 20.
Thank you for reminding me that fit is filled with gaslighting fat fucks who would insist I'm weak.
85kg for 6 reps