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Old 03-18-2009, 03:40 PM
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I was hoping to start a series of threads here similar to something I have seen (and robbed) from other websites. This is not an original idea.

Basically the idea is that someone is nominated and they are "in the well". They have to answer each and every question thrown at them from the other members. The questions can be on anything. As soon as that person is tired of answering questions, they nominate another member to go into the well.

Anyone game?

I would like to nominate Klosey first and if he accepts I will get the ball rolling with a few questions.
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I was hoping to start a series of threads here similar to something I have seen (and robbed) from other websites. This is not an original idea.

Basically the idea is that someone is nominated and they are "in the well". They have to answer each and every question thrown at them from the other members. The questions can be on anything. As soon as that person is tired of answering questions, they nominate another member to go into the well.

Anyone game?

I would like to nominate Klosey first and if he accepts I will get the ball rolling with a few questions.
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great idea...Klosey how long have you been training and what got you started?
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great idea...Klosey how long have you been training and what got you started?
training generally 5 years only got serious 2 year ago but appendix surgey messed my last comp up, most people will say pumping iron, arnie etc, but for me it was my day he lifted for 8 years and gained over 50lb the old school way, raw eggs for breakfasr, weider weight gain, weider protien, york weight gain. when 16 he bought me some weights and then after a few years or messing with it and reading it just feels natural

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Ok great. I think it would be a good idea if you used the quote function to answer each question directly.

my questions would be:

What personal record (bench, squat, sprint, etc... anything!) are you most proud of?

What are your current goals?

What are you employed as and how does this affect your training (be it positively or negatively)?
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Ok great. I think it would be a good idea if you used the quote function to answer each question directly.

my questions would be:

What personal record (bench, squat, sprint, etc... anything!) are you most proud of?

520lb deadlift, 128 wrestling match unbeaten streak at local wrestling (pre 2006)
What are your current goals?

I have 3 at moment
1. - diet down to around 220ish for october contest
2. - Compete at local wrestling event in july
3. - increase conditional strength


What are you employed as and how does this affect your training (be it positively or negatively)?
I work for an engineering company, officially i'm a CAD drawer but i'm generally moving stuff around, doing machining, welding etc, it effects my training both ways.
in some ways possitive due to organised breaks, lunch, finish time etc but some days if moving panels round i dont have the energy to train
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What bodyweight was the 520lb deadlift done at? (the wrestling record is exceptional btw).

How many days (and hours) do you train per week?

Do you write your training programs yourself? How far in advance are they planned?
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What bodyweight was the 520lb deadlift done at? (the wrestling record is exceptional btw).

How many days (and hours) do you train per week?

Do you write your training programs yourself? How far in advance are they planned?



*EDIT* Klosey, as a mod can you change the title of this thread to "Klosey, you're in the well". Subsequent threads, when you pass on the baton can then be start entitled... "X, you're in the well".

520 was at 244 i'm currently cutting so any pr i can get are welcomed lol, what made the wrestling one better was the match endings werent choriagraphed, 98 submission wins 2 KO my finisher landed just off and lights out!

most programs i write myself, only acception is the DC training im having a go at now, I will write them upto 12 weeks in advance,

hours training anywhere from 4-20 a week depending on regime
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How old are you Klosey?

What countries have you visited and do you have a favorite country or vacation that you experienced?
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klosey, You wrestled? for where? I freestyle wrestled in high school and some in college.
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