63kg Powerlifter Jennifer Thompson Just Benched 325 lbs

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Footage includes posing in the yellow one-piece- a photo from that sequence was used for the cover of the July WPP magazine. This video runs a full two hours and features all of the footage of Debbie taken from her original video, WPW , then new footage of Kim King taken in , both in ripped contest shape and off-season. We met her as a very young amateur in the early 80's, then she started to really put some size on a few years later. Maj Martyn Bonner, Light Infantry. Retrieved 11 July No gymwork, but an interview is included. Note that all of those original releases are still in catalogue, and check the descriptions of each for more info on these five women.

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Meet the 14-year-old weightlifter who can lift more than TWICE his own weight

Zoals de naam doet vermoeden zit het verschil met name in wat de positie van de stang op de rug is. Bij een highbar squat rust de stang op de bovenkant van de trapezius spier. Dit resulteert in een meer rechtopstaande, smallere positie welke meer gebruikmaakt van de bovenbeenkracht van de lifter. De low-bar squat maakt meer gebruik van de hamstring en onderrug kracht van de lifter door verplaatsing van de stang.

De atleet krijgt als het ware een ander hefboomeffect. Hierdoor is men over het algemeen bij low-bar squats in staat om meer gewicht te verplaatsen. Tegenwoordig 21e eeuw worden bij powerlifting soms iets bredere standen gebruikt, met de voeten iets naar buiten.

Dit is waarschijnlijk het bekendste onderdeel. De atleet ligt met ten minste zijn schouderbladen en billen op de bank, terwijl hij met gestrekte armen de halter recht boven zich houdt.

Vervolgens laat de atleet de halterstang zakken tot hij stil ligt op de borst en duwt hem daarna weer omhoog. Terwijl de atleet de halterstang beetpakt, die op de grond rust, probeert de atleet het gewicht op te tillen tot hij rechtop staat met zijn schouderbladen naar achteren.

Er zijn 2 soorten deadlift: Bij wedstrijden worden de deelnemers ingedeeld op geslacht, gewicht en leeftijd. De atleet krijgt per discipline drie pogingen, waarbij het zwaarst getilde gewicht meetelt voor het totaal.

Aan de hand van het totaal wordt dan de winnaar bepaald. Bij een gelijke score tussen twee of meer atleten wint de atleet met het laagste lichaamsgewicht. Een wedstrijd begint steeds met een officiële weging van de atleten door een erkend gediplomeerd scheidsrechter. De atleten worden ingedeeld in hun respectievelijke lichaamsgewichtklasse en leeftijdscategorie.

Twee uur na de start van de weging start de eigenlijke wedstrijd. De atleet krijgt in de drie wedstrijdbewegingen drie progressieve kansen. De bewegingen worden gekeurd door drie officiële scheidsrechters. Het totaal van de beste goedgekeurde beurt in elk der drie bewegingen maakt de eindrangschikking. Norman Frederick Digance, for serv to Financial Regulation. John Duncan, Ch inspector, Grampian Police. Dr Jack Dunnett, Potato Breeder.

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