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The Official Strongest BX Posters Thread


 The Official Strongest BX Posters Thread
topic by Kuchiki_Byakuya - 11-19-2010, 09:35 PM - Boxden > The BX Gym - Health, Exercise, and Nutrition


Of course this thread will be updated incrementally.

RULES
  • We use North American MMA weight classes, as it makes the most sense, imo.
  • SHW (super-heavyweight), HW (heavyweight), LHW (light heavyweight), MW (middleweight), WW (welterweight) and LW (lightweight)
  • Only three lifts are measured: squat, bench and deadlift (you must have ALL THREE LIFTS)
  • Post your stats (one-rep max; bodyweight; height) in this thread and you'll be updated
  • BX honor system, that means we don't check for videos unless other participants call bull####
  • we don't discriminate between age/s3x; just lift the damn weight!
  • ANYONE can partipate, anyone who posts in this thread automatically has his stats entered
  • ANYONE can call bull#### at any time, just type the offender's name and lifts, and briefly explain why

SHW (265+ lbs)
-patiently awaiting Cambury to discover this thread.

HW (206-265 lbs)
1. Lucifer (210 lbs; 6'4''); 415/375/550= 1340 total
2. SHOWTIME (220 lbs; 6'2"); 465/345/495= 1305 total
3. Rique (215 lbs; 6'0"); 415/315/425 = 1155 total
4. tech5c (248 lbs; 5'10"); 405/295/445 = 1145 total
5. HennyHeat/NYK,G,Y,R (225 lbs; 6'6"); 225/315/275 = 815 total
6. Sid 6point7 (218 lbs; 6'3"); 245/195/305 = 745 total

LHW (186-205 lbs)/
1. Rubix (198 lbs; 5'8"); 455/375/495= 1325 total
2. Cap Peeler (215 lbs; 6'1"); 460/350/375 = 1185 total
3. Bucn@sty00 (190.5 lbs); 365/255/405= 1025 total

MW (171-185 lbs)
1. MrAmazing (183 lbs; 5'10"); 405/315/535= 1255 total
2. shady485 (185 lbs); 315/405/455= 1175 total
3. niceguy954 (173 lbs; 6'2"); 305/195/335= 835 total
4. ItAlY2BkLyN (180 lbs; 6'2"); 340/250/230 = 820 total
5. returnofthemack (178 lbs); 275/205/315= 795 total

WW (156-170 lbs)
1. escaladedriver9 (165 lbs; 5'9"); 390/235/355 = 980 total
2. pnoi89 (170 lbs; 5'9"); 335/235/405= 975 total
3. ManOfSteel23/Limelight (165 lbs; 5'9"); 275/270/250= 795 total

LW (155 lbs & under)
1. gunot86 (148 lbs; 5'10"); 245/235/275 = 755 total
2. yours truly (125 lbs; 5'9"); 205/125/205 = 535 total
3. kaderg911 (145 lbs; 5'11"); 100/190/200(?) = 490 total


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162 comments for "The Official Strongest BX Posters Thread"


 11-19-2010, 09:52 PMaway - #2
Lucifer|M 

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I added the totals at the end, so its easier to see why they are their rank, and good idea of where everyone is standing.
 11-19-2010, 10:33 PMaway - #3
MrAmazing 

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LuckyL3fty(183 lbs); 405/305/535= 1245 total

Last edited by MrAmazing; 11-19-2010 at 10:40 PM..
 11-19-2010, 10:34 PMaway - #4
Kuchiki_Byakuya 10 heat pts10

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Originally Posted by Lucifer
I added the totals at the end, so its easier to see why they are their rank, and good idea of where everyone is standing.
Flawless.

Any suggestions on layouts/rules/etc?
 11-19-2010, 10:51 PMaway - #5
Lucifer|M 

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Originally Posted by Kuchiki_Byakuya
Flawless.

Any suggestions on layouts/rules/etc?
You have it down pretty good, I like the height idea, gives the others a view of what leverage that person is working with.

You're doing good. Honor system will have to work for now. Plus, not everyone can go and just max out at any given time lol, if they work out all the time.
 11-19-2010, 11:05 PMaway - #6
MrAmazing 

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I'm coming for you lucifer :D

edit: I'm 5' 10"
 11-19-2010, 11:18 PMaway - #7
Kuchiki_Byakuya 10 heat pts10

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Originally Posted by Lucifer
You have it down pretty good, I like the height idea, gives the others a view of what leverage that person is working with.

You're doing good. Honor system will have to work for now. Plus, not everyone can go and just max out at any given time lol, if they work out all the time.
Yeah I REALLY don't like the honor system. But anyway.... All in all I think this thread's an excellent motivator. As you can see I'm a small dude, so seeing these numbers gets me going in the gym.
 11-19-2010, 11:28 PMaway - #8
Lucifer|M 

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Originally Posted by MrAmazing
I'm coming for you lucifer :D

edit: I'm 5' 10"
Come at me bro LOL

I'm just getting over an elbow injury, my bench shoulda been near the 405's if not more, so I haven't been able to hit triceps very hard, not even now yet. I usually do close grip with 315 for 5, but it was putting too much pressure on my left elbow, so I just do 225 for reps of 15 lol

I've been focusing a lot on shoulders and weight pullups lately, got 255 on seat for 4, and did 2 45's + body weight of pullups for 5.

I can't wait till my elbow fully heals, so I can start going heavy again on bench, #### is pissing me off, I'm scared to rep more then 315 because of the elbow, been trying to rep it out to build stronger tendons/ ligaments. Same with deadlifts, been just trying to rep out 455 and 475, with reset reps, the whole time. omg,my muscles are sore, from never doing more than 3 reps lol

and my squats always have sucked from never working out legs till this year lol. Big progress though, max went from 315, to repping out 325 for 10.

Last edited by Lucifer; 11-19-2010 at 11:30 PM..
 11-20-2010, 12:01 AMaway - #9
Rubix 

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my lifts need to be updated:

squats - 455 x 8 (dont know my max..)
bench - 375 x 1rm
deadlift - 495 x 6

weight: 198 lbs
height: 5'8" :(
 11-20-2010, 01:12 AMaway - #10
tech5c 24 heat pts24

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Only suggestion is to add military press. Either seated or standing.

Also look up the APA or USAPA weight categories.

Last edited by tech5c; 11-20-2010 at 01:17 AM..
 11-20-2010, 10:31 AMonline - #11
ManOfSteel23 28 heat pts28

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I'd like to thank my mom and father, for paying for my gym membership the first year, when i was still in highschool, and my wrestling coach, and all the fans. I do this for y'all.

 11-20-2010, 12:46 PMaway - #12
Got Cheeve? 111 heat pts111

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I'm pretty much the strongest dude in the world
 11-20-2010, 01:25 PMaway - #13
Sammyboi22 

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MW

bench: 95
Squat: 105
Dead lift: 115

get at me son!
 11-20-2010, 02:21 PMaway - #14
StatisticZ 1 heat pts

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Why is my bench so weak? lol. :iough:
 11-20-2010, 07:52 PMaway - #15
niceguy954 30 heat pts30

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if its max then for me its

sqaut 305
deadlift 305
bench 175

i weight about 165 right now..and im 6'2....i gotta keep eating..

edit: damn they k!lling me in bench wise in my class..
 11-20-2010, 08:07 PMaway - #16
MrAmazing 

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Originally Posted by niceguy954
if its max then for me its

sqaut 305
deadlift 305
bench 175

i weight about 165 right now..and im 6'2....i gotta keep eating..

Edit: Damn they k!lling me in bench wise in my class..
eat!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 11-20-2010, 08:59 PMaway - #17
Kuchiki_Byakuya 10 heat pts10

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Originally Posted by tech5c
Only suggestion is to add military press. Either seated or standing.

Also look up the APA or USAPA weight categories.
APA/USAPA got like a billion weight classes, and besides, does any class lower than 155 lbs really matter?

Also, APA/USAPA only tests for the standard PL big three (no Miami Heat), which doesn't include MP's.
 11-20-2010, 09:57 PMonline - #18
pnoi89 3 heat pts

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Ahhh, well, my numbers are still the same from the ones listed. But I guess you can add in my height. 5'9"
 11-21-2010, 02:17 AMaway - #19
tech5c 24 heat pts24

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Originally Posted by Kuchiki_Byakuya
APA/USAPA got like a billion weight classes, and besides, does any class lower than 155 lbs really matter?

Also, APA/USAPA only tests for the standard PL big three (no Miami Heat), which doesn't include MP's.
I was thinking more along the line of the 200+ range, not below 155.

I know it doesn't include military but I feel that is an essential lift and an additional lift that would be be easy to keep track of. Obviously not add it on to the total but keep track of it.
 11-21-2010, 01:00 PMaway - #20
StatisticZ 1 heat pts

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Originally Posted by tech5c
I was thinking more along the line of the 200+ range, not below 155.

I know it doesn't include military but I feel that is an essential lift and an additional lift that would be be easy to keep track of. Obviously not add it on to the total but keep track of it.
Explain? I always had them in my routines but never really looked at them as an essential lift.
 
 


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