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Old 12-19-2013, 10:27 AM   #571
Orlando Mijares
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Re: 1000lbs club CrossFit Total

DEADLIFT 475 (pr)
SQUAT 375
PRESS 175 (long way to go upper bofy after cervical fusion)

1025 TOTAL
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Old 12-31-2013, 06:46 AM   #572
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Re: 1000lbs club CrossFit Total

Nice numbers Orlando.

Did my first total in June- 300/135/465=900 BS/SP/DL
Tried again in September when I started training on my own: 330/150/450=930
Last night: 375/170/475 for a 1,020 total at 210 pounds body weight.

I attribute the big jump in the last 3 months to strength training in earnest for the first time using Starting Strength. Next little goal is a 5X body weight total.
In the next 2 years I want to get to a 6X body weight total without losing much of anything on my metcons- for 2014 I hope to get at least halfway there.
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Old 01-01-2014, 08:13 AM   #573
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Re: 1000lbs club CrossFit Total

1160 Total

Squat - 415
Press - 195
Deadlift - 550

Bodyweight is around 195.

Here's the vid:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=da2EzO_Jjfc (wfs)
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Old 08-12-2014, 09:58 PM   #574
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Re: 1000lbs club CrossFit Total

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1160 Total

Squat - 415
Press - 195
Deadlift - 550

Bodyweight is around 195.

Here's the vid:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=da2EzO_Jjfc (wfs)
I am really impressed with the video, Chris. We'll done! You are a master at getting through the sticking points of each movement. I also dig the way you have a slow decent on the squat, then drop into the last third to get a rebound coming back up. You went heavy on lifts one and two, and then failed lift three every time. I'll bet you felt maxed out. I hate finishing the third lift feeling like I could have done more. Thanks for sharing the video.
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Old 08-13-2014, 05:13 AM   #575
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Re: 1000lbs club CrossFit Total

Most recent update:

Squat 452
OHP 225
Deadlift 590

= 1267

at 225
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Old 08-13-2014, 02:14 PM   #576
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Squat 452
OHP 225
Deadlift 590

= 1267

at 225
awesome numbers. Now, it's time to work on Fran!
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Old 08-13-2014, 02:55 PM   #577
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awesome numbers. Now, it's time to work on Fran!
Although I do need to work on my conditioning, I have maybe only done fran once in my life. I typically don't do any of the girls, and majority of my training is centered on powerlifting.

short term chasing that 600lbs deadlift, 500lbs squat and 350lbs bench, 275lbs strict press.

Long Term: 800lbs deadlift, 700lbs squat, 450lbs bench, 315lbs strict press.

longer term: 2000lbs total (PL)

all the while being anywhere from 220-245
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Old 08-15-2014, 08:30 PM   #578
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Although I do need to work on my conditioning, I have maybe only done fran once in my life. I typically don't do any of the girls, and majority of my training is centered on powerlifting.

short term chasing that 600lbs deadlift, 500lbs squat and 350lbs bench, 275lbs strict press.

Long Term: 800lbs deadlift, 700lbs squat, 450lbs bench, 315lbs strict press.

longer term: 2000lbs total (PL)

all the while being anywhere from 220-245
ambitious goals. good luck. glad I am not in your age group for competitions!
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Old 08-18-2014, 10:12 AM   #579
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ambitious goals. good luck. glad I am not in your age group for competitions!
Very ambitious indeed! I forget how long Drew has been training but I know it has been a while. To climb from a USAPL Class III or II to an Elite is a big, big mountain. +250lbs to your squat, +125lbs on your bench, +200lbs on deadlift... Scary growth, especially when you talk about only having somewhere around 15-20lbs of mass gain to do it!!! Obviously it can be done, and I wish Drew the best of luck in pursuing it, but man alive, that's a real number!
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Old 08-18-2014, 10:30 AM   #580
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Re: 1000lbs club CrossFit Total

I saw a local affiliate program the Total today and they stated for the squat the athlete can go low bar or high bar, and for the deadlift the athlete can go regular or sumo. Is the deadlift part correct under the official WOD standards? I never heard that before.
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