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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #615 on: November 28, 2017, 06:21:33 am »
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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #616 on: November 28, 2017, 07:17:54 pm »
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Rest day.

I'll workout tomorrow before my touch rugby game.

I had a horrible night last night. Domestic arguments and it ended up with glass bottles and chairs being thrown everywhere. I didn't want to hit my partner but I lost my temper and ended up throwing a wooden chair into the ceiling, which cracked through the ceiling and has left a hole in the ceiling of my beautiful house. Lord please give me strength!!!
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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #617 on: November 28, 2017, 09:08:37 pm »
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I had a horrible night last night. Domestic arguments and it ended up with glass bottles and chairs being thrown everywhere. I didn't want to hit my partner but I lost my temper and ended up throwing a wooden chair into the ceiling, which cracked through the ceiling and has left a hole in the ceiling of my beautiful house. Lord please give me strength!!!

Not great to hear mate but keep moving forward. Do better next time and keep improving.
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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #618 on: November 29, 2017, 12:35:56 am »
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https://www.goodtherapy.com.au/

therapy is good. if i lived in a place with good therapists (or any therapists), i would be in therapy.
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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #619 on: November 29, 2017, 04:03:48 am »
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https://www.goodtherapy.com.au/

therapy is good. if i lived in a place with good therapists (or any therapists), i would be in therapy.

She was the one throwing bottles and chairs at me!!!

The chair I threw into the ceiling was in retaliation.
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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #620 on: November 29, 2017, 08:09:59 am »
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https://www.goodtherapy.com.au/

therapy is good. if i lived in a place with good therapists (or any therapists), i would be in therapy.

She was the one throwing bottles and chairs at me!!!

The chair I threw into the ceiling was in retaliation.

therapy is for everyone. that wasn't meant only for you. my best friend and his then-gf were having issues a few years ago - not violent ones like you're talking about but still seriously challenging their relationship - and they decided to go to therapy together. it saved their relationship and now they're happily married and still, less frequently, going to therapy just to check in.
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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #621 on: November 30, 2017, 05:27:59 am »
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https://www.goodtherapy.com.au/

therapy is good. if i lived in a place with good therapists (or any therapists), i would be in therapy.

She was the one throwing bottles and chairs at me!!!

The chair I threw into the ceiling was in retaliation.

therapy is for everyone. that wasn't meant only for you. my best friend and his then-gf were having issues a few years ago - not violent ones like you're talking about but still seriously challenging their relationship - and they decided to go to therapy together. it saved their relationship and now they're happily married and still, less frequently, going to therapy just to check in.

Thanks man. Sorry for getting defensive. We had a long discussion today and have agreed to a 'fresh start'. As for the ceiling a friend of a friend is coming over on Saturday morning to fix it.
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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #622 on: November 30, 2017, 05:31:53 am »
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Bodyweight- 81.3
I haven't been eating much over the past couple of days due to lack of motivation and aforementioned incident above, which has made the environment toxic for the past couple of days, which is pretty much resolved now.

Bench-
barx12
60x12
80x6
100x3
112.5x2 
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97.5x7

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16x12
20x12
24x7
28x7
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I'll try and eat more tomorrow and do squats and rows tomorrow.
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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #623 on: December 01, 2017, 11:13:38 pm »
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Bodyweight- 83.1

Squat-
60x5
100x5
120x3
137.5x3 =3RM  :personal-record:
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Rows-
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40x8
60x8
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100x6
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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #624 on: December 03, 2017, 06:08:07 am »
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Track-

ME Sprints-
40mx2
100mx1

Gym-

Bench-
barx12
60x12
80x6
100x3
112.5x3 = 3RM  :personal-record:
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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #625 on: December 05, 2017, 06:14:35 am »
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Bench-
barx12
60x12
80x6
100x3
115x2
110x3
100x7

Squat-
60x5
100x5
120x3
140x3  :personal-record:
132.5x3x2
107.5x7

Chin Ups (15kg attached)
8x3
bwx12

The  :personal-record: train is still steaming along!!!
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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #626 on: December 05, 2017, 09:55:06 am »
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FWIW I mentioned the PR train in the other thread, b4 seeing you mention it.. lmao!

yup, this is great stuff.

how did those sprints feel a few days ago? you feeling any differences lately, in part due to your PR's?

also, sprints before bench is pretty solid.

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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #627 on: December 06, 2017, 05:40:27 am »
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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #628 on: December 06, 2017, 05:51:57 am »
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FWIW I mentioned the PR train in the other thread, b4 seeing you mention it.. lmao!

yup, this is great stuff.

how did those sprints feel a few days ago? you feeling any differences lately, in part due to your PR's?

also, sprints before bench is pretty solid.

Over the 40m I'm feeling more powerful so I might have improved my 40m a bit but I haven't been timing any of my ME sprints. The 100m is a different story for two main reasons.

Firstly I haven't been doing any speed work or speed endurance so I'm physically just not trained to be in the state to run a fast 100m. Secondly and arguably just as, if not more importantly, I'm carrying too much body fat. My weight is only around 83kg but my body fat is probably about 15% mainly due to poor diet. Furthermore, for me personally I run faster when I'm leaner but also when I'm lighter. I've always said for me to run at my peak I need to be weighing around 75kg (165lbs) at <10% bodyfat.

It's kind of like running backs v wide receivers. Generally there isn't a hell of a lot of difference between the 40 times of running backs compared to wide receivers. Sometimes there are running backs that will even run faster 40's than the wide receivers.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/40-yard_dash

"According to a five-year NFL combine report, wide receivers and cornerbacks had the fastest average times at 4.55, followed by running backs at 4.59. The following average times were measured between 2008 and 2012 at the NFL combine".

Position           Time
Wide receiver   4.55
Cornerback   4.55
Running back   4.59
Safety           4.62
Outside LB           4.74
Tight end           4.77
Fullback           4.80
Inside LB           4.80

As you can see there is virtually very little difference between the 40 yard speeds of wide receivers and running backs. Take it out to a 100m though and besides the freaky running backs (Chris Johnson 10.38 but he is on the small side for a running back at only 200lbs) the difference is light and day and the wide receivers smoke the running backs over that distance. To put it in comparison there have been lots of wide receivers & corner backs that have ran low 10.0s to combat Chris Johnson example e.g. Jacoby Ford.
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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #629 on: December 06, 2017, 10:55:40 am »
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FWIW I mentioned the PR train in the other thread, b4 seeing you mention it.. lmao!

yup, this is great stuff.

how did those sprints feel a few days ago? you feeling any differences lately, in part due to your PR's?

also, sprints before bench is pretty solid.

Over the 40m I'm feeling more powerful so I might have improved my 40m a bit but I haven't been timing any of my ME sprints. The 100m is a different story for two main reasons.

Firstly I haven't been doing any speed work or speed endurance so I'm physically just not trained to be in the state to run a fast 100m. Secondly and arguably just as, if not more importantly, I'm carrying too much body fat. My weight is only around 83kg but my body fat is probably about 15% mainly due to poor diet. Furthermore, for me personally I run faster when I'm leaner but also when I'm lighter. I've always said for me to run at my peak I need to be weighing around 75kg (165lbs) at <10% bodyfat.

It's kind of like running backs v wide receivers. Generally there isn't a hell of a lot of difference between the 40 times of running backs compared to wide receivers. Sometimes there are running backs that will even run faster 40's than the wide receivers.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/40-yard_dash

"According to a five-year NFL combine report, wide receivers and cornerbacks had the fastest average times at 4.55, followed by running backs at 4.59. The following average times were measured between 2008 and 2012 at the NFL combine".

Position           Time
Wide receiver   4.55
Cornerback   4.55
Running back   4.59
Safety           4.62
Outside LB           4.74
Tight end           4.77
Fullback           4.80
Inside LB           4.80

As you can see there is virtually very little difference between the 40 yard speeds of wide receivers and running backs. Take it out to a 100m though and besides the freaky running backs (Chris Johnson 10.38 but he is on the small side for a running back at only 200lbs) the difference is light and day and the wide receivers smoke the running backs over that distance. To put it in comparison there have been lots of wide receivers & corner backs that have ran low 10.0s to combat Chris Johnson example e.g. Jacoby Ford.

nice thanks for the reply! Sounds good, just don't rush the body comp stuff that's for sure.. take the slow approach (nothing drastic) and allow everything to adjust over a longer period of time. Sound like that's what you're doing though. It looks like everything is coming together, your focus is incredible right now.

Yup, RB's would probably be more competitive on average through 60m in track. Not having the length hurts for them because they don't specialize in 100m usually, so they don't have those more natural advantages passed 60-70m. If they specialized though, i'd imagine they could be just as competitive with the WR's who have more length. Traditionally, successful 100m sprinters are built more like corner backs IMHO, not taller like WR's, so if running backs lost some mass and specialized more in 100m, I think they'd be more of a traditional 100m build. All of that is changing with Bolt though, I imagine we'll see tons of tall 100m sprinters in the future. I mean, most coaches would have probably laughed Bolt off the track if he talked about wanting to be a gold medalist 100m sprinter - he's just too tall and massive, no way he can recover from the first 60m. He proved everyone wrong though.. and now we'll see taller kids believing they can be the next "Bolt" in 100m. I'm expecting taller 100m guys in the 2028, 2032+ olympics etc.

Also, those numbers you listed are just the averages of course.. The outliers are absolutely mind blowing, ie when we see Linebackers running 4.4x-4.5x, offensive linemen running 4.7x etc.. Just insane. NFL athleticism is still the most impressive to me, out of all sports.

peace!