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Black Hills TJ 05-30-2013 10:36 PM

The Personal Best Thread
 
Figured it'd be interesting and possibly motivating if we all shared our personal bests here. Post the lift, exercise, etc...and your one rep max or time!

Ready, set, go!

1 Mile Run: 7 minutes and 12 seconds
Flat Bench: 185 lbs
Squat: 300 lbs(finally joined the 300 club :D)

tyvanwie 06-01-2013 10:50 PM

Well hopefully the next time I do chest I'll join the 135 club :)

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blubaru2002 06-02-2013 08:39 AM

Body weight 189.8 lbs

Bench press 365 lbs
Squat 415 lbs
Dead lift 445 lbs

Trying to cut down to 185 lbs. :-)

jeepyj13 06-02-2013 10:23 PM

Weighted around 180lbs doing the following:
flat/incline/decline bench press-315/265/315
squat-365lbs
deadlift-385lbs

Haven't lifted heavy in months these were my best numbers between last summer to beginning of this yr when I was lifting heavy.

NYGLT56 06-05-2013 01:40 AM

Weight: 195
Bench: 350
Squat; 4something (don't remember)
Best dumbbell curl weight: 70 (2reps, and I'll admit I swong a little on the second rep)

My pt scores are what matter most to me.

2 mi: 12:13
Push ups (2min): 112
Sit-ups (2min): 89

REDLYNER 06-05-2013 12:34 PM

6'1" 187lbs

Bench: 335lbs
Bench: 225lbs for 20 reps
Squat: 315lbs (*** to heels)
Deadlift: 425lbs


Challenges or stupid bets completed:

Push Ups: 1001 in 90 minutes

300 Work Out: 18:00 minutes

1000lb club lift (bench 315lbs, squat 305lbs, deadlift 405lbs: back to back to back)

tyvanwie 06-05-2013 12:40 PM

You beast...yesterday, my second time deadlifting I got 155. Pretty happy about that. Also 185 on leg press.

Not nearly as impressive, but hey:)

DEM GAINZ

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REDLYNER 06-05-2013 12:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tyvanwie (Post 15523005)
You beast...yesterday, my second time deadlifting I got 155. Pretty happy about that. Also 185 on leg press.

Not nearly as impressive, but hey:)

DEM GAINZ

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It's all relative, the guys I lift with warm up with my max some times :rofl:. I had the gym owner work on my form and it added 40lbs to my deadlift. Same thing with squats... except it was the opposite :D. I used to "squat" like 335lbs, but after the gym owner laughed at me and my form, he corrected it and had me dropping below 90 degrees, which killed my max, but improved my growth.

tyvanwie 06-05-2013 12:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by REDLYNER

It's all relative, the guys I lift with warm up with my max some times :rofl:. I had the gym owner work on my form and it added 40lbs to my deadlift. Same thing with squats... except it was the opposite :D. I used to "squat" like 335lbs, but after the gym owner laughed at me and my form, he corrected it and had me dropping below 90 degrees, which killed my max, but improved my growth.

Yep. I started squatting a couple month ago in my weight training class. Then I watch some YouTube videos and realized I was being a ***** in my squats. Now I drop all the damn way down, sometimes hitting the bar on the rack. And I did RDLs in class, then added rack pulls a couple weeks ago to match my RDL. Now I can do a damn good one. Not perfect, but better than 99% of the people doing them in the gym here.

Saw a dude barely bending his knees when he was squatting 185. He was looking at me like I was a *****. I was so tempted to say "touch your *** to your heels and tell me how much weight you can do." Chicken ****...

:rantoff:

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EugeneTheTJ 06-05-2013 05:39 PM

Here's my all-time PRs
6'4" currently 238 pounds

Big 3:
Squat...1x405
Deadlift...1x525
Bench...1x315

Leg Press...3x1,543 pounds (32 plates + stated sled weight of 103 pounds)
DB Curl...3x85

not sure what else.

BTW, welcome to the section Jay. I was wondering if you were ever going to post in here!

stogie25 06-06-2013 08:09 AM

In 2006 my left biceps tendon came off the bone. I stopped lifting after the surgery until about a year and a half ago. I donít go as heavy as I used to, so I am giving my max weights for before and now.

All time max.

Weight 240lbs
Bench press 505x1
Dumbell curl 100x3
Squat 600x3



Max now.

Weight 215lbs
Bench press 405x1
Dumbell curl 80x3
Squat 405x5

jeepyj13 06-06-2013 01:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by stogie25
In 2006 my left biceps tendon came off the bone. I stopped lifting after the surgery until about a year and a half ago. I don’t go as heavy as I used to, so I am giving my max weights for before and now.

All time max.

Weight 240lbs
Bench press 505x1
Dumbell curl 100x3
Squat 600x3

Max now.

Weight 215lbs
Bench press 405x1
Dumbell curl 80x3
Squat 405x5

Gosh dang man you beasting. Even after your injury your still putting up good numbers.

BamaJeepman21 06-06-2013 09:59 PM

5' 11" 170lbs

Bench: 185lbs
Leg press: 528lbs
DB press: 60lbs for 6

Really need to do squats and DL's.

blubaru2002 06-07-2013 09:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BamaJeepman21
5' 11" 170lbs

Bench: 185lbs
Leg press: 528lbs
DB press: 60lbs for 6

Really need to do squats and DL's.

Squatting and dead lifts make everything stronger.

I regret not starting these exercises sooner. Once you nail the technique, they'll be your favorite exercises. :-)

tyvanwie 06-07-2013 09:35 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by blubaru2002

Squatting and dead lifts make everything stronger.

I regret not starting these exercises sooner. Once you nail the technique, they'll be your favorite exercises. :-)

I can vouch for this:)

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