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post #121 of 162 (permalink) Old 08-16-2010, 08:27 PM
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Where is your training log Halloway? I'm thinking you could take me to the next level as far as weightlifting
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I want to see Halloway's olympic powerlifting training log where he is out lifting us all and showing us how its done. Give us some insight on your vast training knowledge and experience Halloway!


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I'm sure he won't be here much longer. He's been warned and refuses to adhere to the rules. Banhammer!
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I'm sure he won't be here much longer. He's been warned and refuses to adhere to the rules. Banhammer!
Quoted for truth.


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8/16 - Core & Legs

1000-1045 - Core

1A - Swiss Ball Crunches
a. 50 x 25lbs
b. 50 x 35lbs
c. 50 x 35lbs

1B - Side Bends
a. 12 x 60lbs
b. 12 x 70lbs
c. 12 x 70lbs

1C - Lying Leg Raises
a. 20 x Bodyweight
b. 20 x Bodyweight
c. 20 x Bodyweight

2A - Good Mornings
a. 15 x 105lbs
b. 15 x 105lbs
c. 15 x 105lbs

2B - Swiss Ball Hyperextensions
a. 30 x 35lbs
b. 30 x 35lbs

2C - Russian Twists on Bosu Ball
a. 100 x 35lbs
b. 100 x 35lbs
c. 100 x 35lbs

3A - Heavy Bag Situps
a. 10 x Bodyweight
b. 10 x Bodyweight
c. 8 x Bodyweight

3B - Bicycle Crunches
a. 50 x Bodyweight
b. 50 x Bodyweight
c. 50 x Bodyweight

3C - Swiss Ball Side Crunches
a. 20 x Bodyweight
b. 20 x Bodyweight
c. 20 x Bodyweight

1600-1630 - Legs

1 - Hammer Strength V-Squat (Deep as possible)
a. 12 x 145lbs
b. 12 x 145lbs
c. 145lbs @ 3:20 straight at a [2 (Down) - 0 (Bottom) - 1 (Up) - 0(Top)] pace

After that my legs already felt like JELLO.

2 - Hammer Strength Leg Extension

Legs turned inner, middle and outer every 10

a. 30 x 107lbs
b. 30 x 107lbs

3 - Life Fitness Seated Leg Curls
a. 12 x 185lbs
b. 12 x 185lbs
c. 14 x 185lbs (To Fail)


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post #126 of 162 (permalink) Old 08-16-2010, 10:15 PM
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I want to see Halloway's olympic powerlifting training log where he is out lifting us all and showing us how its done. Give us some insight on your vast training knowledge and experience Halloway!
Well since you asked for some advice, I would recommend somebody of your experience level/strength to run starting strength, make sure you buy the book and eat alot of food.

Your welcome.
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Better yet Outdoorsman, lets just put Halloway's mouth where his balls are and pit you against him in the truest of tests inside of a cage.

If you want to bash on people Halloway you need to be a man about it as you do.



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Better yet Outdoorsman, lets just put Halloway's mouth where his balls are and pit you against him in the truest of tests inside of a cage.

If you want to bash on people Halloway you need to be a man about it as you do.
You have no idea how much I wish I could! 3 glorious rounds of payback... Not that it would last 3 rounds. I would knock his ass out faster than he could ever apologize for being such an asshole.


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Thanks for the rep Swpthleg! I wish people would ask more questions or give some actual constructive criticism more often :P Maybe I should start posting more detailed logs of my martial arts training and explanations of bag drills etc to help more on the fighting instead of conditioning side. Obviously with no change to how I still post my conditioning logs.
I'd be happy to give pointers on grappling and possibly striking. Grappling is really my forte, though.
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I'd be happy to give pointers on grappling and possibly striking. Grappling is really my forte, though.
I teach striking... TKD, Muay Thai and some Boxing


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