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Mason Romo

*phew* *looks up* β€”β€”β€” Bench: 5x5 @ 205lbs/93kg β€”β€”β€” Only about 3 people’s will understand the first comment πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. But we got some good ol benchellas for some 5s, this upper felt somewhat coo its good to know I have my baseline strength with no injuries and I’m consistently glad I don’t have any chest issues compared to last year

Clearwater Beach

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Proper meet recap I suppose: USAPL Summer Slam in the books. Took the πŸ₯‡ in the 93kg open at 91.6kg 8/9, 702.5kg/1,548.7lb total. 668 IPF points, 444.54 heretic Wilks Top squat: 250kg/551.2lb Top bench: 180kg/396.8lb Top deadlift: 272.5kg/600.8lb I definitely had plenty of kilos left for squat and deadlift Raw nats prep begins next week, and I'm already in game day πŸ˜‚. Big shout-out to @usaplvirginia for putting on an absolutely bonkers meet. Yes this was a local meet with big screens everywhere, DJs, lights, fog machines 3rd attempt songs etc. Virginia is where it's at my Mid-Atlantic USAPL lifters. Also gotta thank @acunamasquata again for the money lift offs and πŸ‘Š bumps, really helped my mental man! . . . . . . lift

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Nikki R. Veit

Much like writing a novel or practicing medicine, building one’s strength is a SKILL to be developed, shaped and mastered over time. . . . One of the pinnacles of StrongFirst and a foundation upon which to build a successful fitness journey, this statement applies to everyone looking to live a healthier and fitter life! . . . In today’s Eblast I break down 2 BIG tenets of StrongFirst skill-building: Tension and Breath. I define each of the terms and offer quick strategies to implement them into your next training session! . . . πŸ’ͺ🏻 Sign up for my fitness-fueled Eblast if you want the goods (link in bio ☝🏻)

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Christina Myers, BS

I'm back with your Tuesday Tip! You might remember my blog series on peaking (if not it's in my bio). It covers how gender, bodyweight, training age, absolute bar load, energy availability (cutting weight or not), competition goals, & other factors affect peaking/tapering. Here's an easy real-life example of how things might look different for 2 lifters on opposite ends of the spectrum to illustrate factors that make a difference in peaking/tapering needs for individual athletes. There are others in addition to what I've listed here, but these are the most obvious in this comparison: 1. Gender (Males typically need more aggressive tapers, females recover more quickly & can detrain more quickly w/ too much rest) 2. Bodyweight (heavier bodies generally need more recovery) 3. Absolute bar loads (more weight on the bar=more recovery time) 4. Goals for the specific competition relative to whole competitive year/season (is this the most important competition, just for fun, or something in between?). . My friend @its_perseus (coached by @leskeyes) & I are competing on the same weekend, but our training looks pretty different right now. He's already hit his heaviest lift of prep & I'm just now starting to gear up for the heavy stuff. Why is that? We're on pretty opposite ends of the spectrum: male VS female, heavyweight VS lightweight, absolute weight on the bar (hello, my dude just squatted 881 yesterday 🀯), & goals for the competition. P is heading into his biggest meet of the year with a lot at stake, so he is pushing things harder than my soft peak. If you remember, my meet is a qualifier with a quick turnaround into another, more important competition, not the end goal. . Of course, there's a lot more that goes into this than what I've covered here, but it should be a pretty cool comparison of different needs for different lifters. Remember, the above are just guidelines: every lifter brings their own individual needs to the conversation, & to make things even more complicated, the needs of the same lifter can vary from peak to peak. This is one many reasons why sticking with a coach you trust instead of coach hopping is so important!

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Gym Rat Memes

Montreal, Quebec

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