Any weightlifters on animesuki?
Well, are there?
If so post stats, lifts and/or max reps and best times in any given exercise.
Body Weight: 89 kg/195 lbs
Height: 6 ft/182 cm
Benchpress: 205 lbs
Squat: 315 lbs
Deadlift: 418 lbs
Press: 130 lbs
Push ups: 51 reps
Pull ups: 8 :(
1 mile run: N/A
Go on, don't be shy.
Just post, I promise not to bite
Oh geez, it's been so long since I've lifted weights seriously (several years) that I don't even know what I'm at. I remember that I could bench 235 and squat 365 back when I weighed 205, though. Since I've stayed active, I expect my results remain comparable, but I can't say for sure.
Motivation to get back in the gym, eh?
I have been inactive since December 2010 (I broke up with my gf then and stopped caring about myself as well xP)
Age: 19 (past)
Body Weight: 56kg/125lb
Squat: 230lb (I hurt myself if I recall. As in put a big strain on my back and was sore for a week)
(I didn't do anything else)
Pushup: 86 continuous
Pullup: 14 continuous
All I do now is cycling and hip hop dance for exercise.
I also climbed CN tower and this scotia bank 40km marathon a few years ago but I don't remember the time at all Dx
Body Weight: 120 (this fluctuates a lot because my diet is spontaneous; eat whenever I feel like it)
Height: 5' 7''
Bench: 150 ...chest muscles aren't my strong point.
Deadlift: 200 lbs
Squat: 210 lbs
1 mile speed: 5 min 28 sec
I'm a distance runner, with 2 marathons on my belt. Working on a 3rd, though a bit hurt this time around. Add on some half-marathons and other shorter distances.
I've done some weights m'self a few years ago. Worked my way from barely benching 65 lbs. (LOL) and brought myself up to benching 155. Of course, since then, I allowed my running to dominate my workout routine. At least, my minimum is at 95 on any given day now.
is this a way to invite some people from misc? i like
Oh wow, there are posts?
This is a pleasant surprise.
I didn't include my running times because my cardiovascular condition sucks and I find running boring.
No offense to the long distance runners btw
@Cream lolno, misc is filled with uncouth savages and archtypical guidos.
Weight: 215 lbs
Height: 5 foot 11 inches
Bench Press: 4 sets (10-15 reps), 1st set (warm up): 225 lbs, 15 reps, 2nd set, 245 lbs, 12-15 reps, 3rd set 295 lbs, 12-15 reps, 4th set 315 lbs 10-12 reps.
Incline Press: 4 sets; 1st set 205 lbs 15 reps, 2nd set 225 lbs 12 reps, 3rd set, 235 lbs 12 reps, 4th set 255 lbs 10 reps.
Flye: 4 sets, 1st set 135 lbs 15 reps, 2nd set 135 lbs 15 reps, 3rd set 185 lbs 12 reps, 185 lbs 10 reps.
Pull ups: 3 sets of 10-15 (currently only doing 10-12 per set)
Barbell Row: 3 sets, 1st set (warm up) 135 lbs 15 reps, 2nd set 185 lbs 12-15 reps, 3rd set 205 lbs 10-12 reps.
Seated pully row: 3 sets, 1st set 145 lbs 15 reps, 2nd set 165 lbs 12-15 reps, 3rd set 185 lbs 10-12 reps.
Good Mornings: 3 sets, 2st set 95 lbs 15 reps, 2nd set 115 lbs 12-15 reps, 3rd set 125 lbs 10-12 reps.
Military Press: 3 sets, 1st set 115 lbs 15 reps, 2nd set 125 lbs 12-15 reps, 3rd set 135 lbs 10-12 reps.
Shoulder shrug: 3 sets, 1st set 285 lbs 15 reps, 2nd set 305 lbs 12-15 reps, 325 lbs 10-12 reps.
Lateral Raises: 3 sets, 1st set 85 lbs 15 reps, 2nd set 95 lbs 12-15 reps, 3rd set 105 lbs 10-12 reps.
Reverse Flye (Dumbells): 3 sets, 1st set 30 pounders 15 reps, 2nd set 35 pounders 15 reps, 3rd set 40 pounders 12 reps.
Dumbell Curl: 3 sets, 1st set 35 pounders 15 reps, 2nd set 40 pounders 15 reps, 3rd set 45 pounders 12 reps.
Barbell Curl: 3 sets, 1st set 75 lbs 15 reps, 2nd set 85 lbs 12 reps, 3rd set 95 lbs 10 reps.
Pulley Push Downs: 1st set 105 lbs 15 reps, 2nd set 115 lbs 15 reps, 3rd set 135 lbs 10-12 reps.
French Curl (barbell): 1st set 85 lbs 15 reps, 2nd set 85 lbs 15 reps, 3rd set 95 lbs 12-15 reps.
Leg Lifts: 3 sets, 1st set 185 lbs 15 reps, 2nd set 205 lbs 15 reps, 3rd set 225 lbs 12 reps.
Leg Curl: 3 sets, 1st set 70 lbs 15 reps, 2nd set 80 lbs 15 reps, 3rd set 90 lbs 12 reps.
Lounges with barbell: 3 sets, 1st set 65 lbs 15 reps, 2nd set 75 lbs 12 reps, 3rd set 85 lbs 10 reps
Toe Raises (with barbell): 3 sets, 1st set 155 lbs 15 reps, 2nd set 185 lbs 12 reps, 3rd set 205 lbs 12 reps.
1 hour run at 6 mph.
I used to hate doing this because it was boring as hell until I bought a treadmill that was foldable.
I now set it up in front of the television and watch anime as I run (helps a lot :D ).
Bench Press: 395 lbs
Deadlift: 405 lbs
Squat: 305 lbs
Military Press: 185 lbs
Push Ups: 97 continuous (while in the USAF)
Pull Ups: 22 continuous (again, while in the USAF)
One mile: 8 minutes (again in the USAF).
Body Weight: 132 (this fluctuates since I don't have a stable diet and I am a college student so stress, thinking so much eatting so much or skipping meals can really change 5 to 7 pounds easily; This is one of my lowest weight, but I look extremely thin still)
Height: 5' 7 1/2''
I'm really out of shape right now, but I started last week.
20 reps---15 lbs each arm (twice) 20 reps---20lbs each arm (twice)
cardio--- 1 mile (12+ minutes) Goal is just complete one mile not going for time.
I use to run cross-country and track in highschool. I can post my best times if anybody is interested.
Holy shit, a 4 plate bench.
LOL x2 body weight bench. That's amazing XD.
Your squat best and deadlift are awesome BTW.
Wish I was able to do that at your age.
My Best bench press consisted of a 45 pound Olympic bar, four 45 lb plates, four 35 lb plates, two 10 lb plates, and two 5 lb plates.
I did one set of 3 of those after building up (pyramid style) for seven sets prior.
I could never bench that "cold" and would need at least three heavy warm up sets to do it again.
Although compared to professionals I'm a wuss. :D
Ryan Kennelly is the "God" of the Bench Press.
The man's a beast. :D
best bench: 235 (I don't bench press very often it messes with my shoulder)
best squat: Around 400lbs (this was back when I played high school football, ice hockey, and skied every day in the winter)
I'm a bit out of shape right now. I don't workout like I used to. Back when I way playing hockey and foot ball I was working out constantly but now with work I am getting lazy.
Right here. Been a weight lifter for over a year now, and I've enjoyed the self-improvement. I'm no where near as strong as some people on here I'm sure, only 16 inch arms and all. lulz
My poor ego is going to be trampled on before this thread is over.~
Body Weight: 68 kg
Height: 175 cm
Pushup: 73 continuous
Pullup: 24 continuous
I often do my workout only at home because of my hectic schedule. As a nurse,I must have a healthy physic to be a good model to my patients ....:heh:
My gaming notebook I take to work is 10lbs.
Does that count?
I am also adept at lifting ballpens and binders, as well as coffee cups.
best bench: 150 lbs
best squat: 240 lbs
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