You’re 22?! Can you teach me how to be insanely strong?
Seriously, though, I’m going to be following this log for sure. Great to see you posting here![/quote]
Yup I just turned 22 on April 9th! Yes I can Teach you. That is exactly why I am doing the Walk through videos! I want to be surrounded by strong people I AM HERE TO HELP GUYS!![/quote]
Even more psyched to have you here then! I’m looking forward to some knowledge bombs.
If you have time, would you mind giving everyone a little history of how you got started with training, and just a brief rundown of things you’ve done in the past to get where you are now? I think a lot of people would like to hear![/quote]
Well I mainly Powerlifted In High School (2004-2008) To Assist me on that Mat. My Main Sport in High School. Wrestling got pretty much all of my attension. I wrestled Heavy weight (285) only weighing 230ish Powerlifting played a huge part in my success. I was able to shoot a Double Leg Pick up my 30-50 pound heavier opponent and take him straight to his back. I Made it to the State Finals my Senior year and lost.
With my Career Choice already picked out I was only going to go to College if it was a D1 Sscholarship but No Luck I had a Couple D2 Schools talk to me but I wasn’t interested. After Wrestling was over is when I really started to focus on Powerlifting. About 1 month after wrestling season was over at the age of 17 I was able to squat 615, Bench 405, and Deadlift 475 ( Single ply shit inzer z Suit Squat and Bench, Raw Dead) at the high School state qualifier.
I would have easly walk through State again (I was State Champ my JR. Year in Powerlifting) BUT I got caught fucking my girlfriend in the High school auditorium while I was skipping class Luckly I was really good friends with the principal and Vice they lied for me by saying we were just making out but I still got detension and wasn’t allowed to lift at State. Ben Rice can back me up on that one hahahah.
After High school I got in to Construction I’m a electrician Stopped lifting from summer of 2008 to January 2010. January 2010 was when I started the 5/3/1 and I really think the program helped motivate me to be where I am right now.
January 2010 Best LIfts
There is a Idea of where my lifts got started.