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Old 09-24-2008, 12:12 PM   #1
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Default Koklyaev pulls 370k x 3

Crosspost from Marunde and PB. Russian strongman and oly competitor pulling a triple in training...with all the Finnish style round back pulling it's interesting to see an Oly lifter style DL pull that's still back dominant.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGFFkOChTUk

(No whining about the straps or the leetle teeny belt he's wearing)

Here's an excerpt from a recent training log of his translated by some chap at PB.....
you'll see frequent pulling and lot's of variety of pulls.


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Accessory work not included (pullups, dips, arms)
All weights in kilos

11.01.06.
Morning
1.Muscle Snatch (70,90,110*3)3
2.Snatch form hang (90,110,140*3)5
3.Snatch pull (140,200*4)4
Evening
1.Snatch (70,100,120,130,150*1)3(160,180,190*1)1
2.Clean&Jerk (70,120,150,170,190*1 clean +2 jerks)3
3.Clean pull from low blocks (190,210,260,300*2)2
4.Clean pull (260*3)3
5.Front Squat (140,170,210,240*5)1

13.01.06.
Morning
1.Muscle Snatch (70,90,120*3)3
2.Snatch from hang 2 from knees + 2 from below knees (70,100,120,130*2+2)5
3.Snatch pull from low blocks (130,170,230*3)5
Evening
1.Clean (70,120,150,170,190,210*1)1
2.Clean pull (190,210,230,260,300*3)1
3.Snatch pull (220*3)3
4.Squat (70,120,170,220,270,305*3)1

14.01.06.
1.Press (100,120,140*3)4
2.Clean grip power snatch (100*3)3
3.Jerk from racks (70.90,110,130*5)1
4.Jump squat (90,110,130*5)1

16.01.06.
Morning
1.Muscle snatch (70,90,110*3)3
2.Snatch from hang + from the floor (70,90,110,130,150*1+1)5
3.Snatch pull (170,200*5)5(240*3)1
Evening
1.Jerk from racks (70,110,140,170,190,*3)1(220*1)1
2.Deadlift from blocks (220,280*3)3
3.Front squat (90,110,140,170,190,230,262,5*3)1
4.Snatch (70,90,110,130*1)1

17.01.06.
1.Push press (70,110,150*3)3(160*7)1(180*3)1
2.Snatch from hang (70,90,110,130*4)4
3.Upright row (50,70,90*3

19.01.06.
1.Squat (70,120,170,220,270*3)3(270*10)1
2.One-hand press (70*5)5
3.Wide grip Jerk (70,90,110,160*1)3
20.01.06.
1.Apallon Axle (100,120,140*3)1(165*1)3
2.Deadlift from blocks (Arnold classic height) (220,270,320,370,400*1)3
3.BTN press (70,90*6)3
4.Muscle snatch (70,100,120*2)3
5.Snatch (70,90,110,130,150*1)5(160*1)1
6.Snatch pull from blocks (170,190,230*3)3
7.Snatch pull (210*3)3
8.Jump squat (70,90,110,130*5)1

21.01.06.
1.Push press (70,120,150,170*3)3
2.Snatch grip deadlift from deficit (70,120,170,220,260*5)1
3.One-arm press (60*9)1
4.Farmer hold

23.01.06.
Morning
1.Press (50,70,90,110,120*5)1(140*3)1
2.Power snatch (70,90,110,120*3)4(140*3)1
3.Deadlift with hook grip (170,190,230*3)3
4.Snatch pull (210*3)3
Evening
1.Clean&Jerk(70,120,150,180*2)3
2.Clean pull from blocks( 200,250,270*3)3
3.Clean pull (250*3)3
4.Front squat (70,120,170,220,252,5*3)1(272,5*1)1

24.01.06.
1.Seated press without back support (70,100,120*4)2(120*7)1
2.Power snatch from hang (70,100,120,140*5)1
3.Lunges (for stretching) (50,60,70*6)1
4.Shrughs (130*6)3

25.01.06.
Morning
1.Muscle snatch (70,90,110*5)1
2.Snatch from hang + from the floor (70,100,130,150*1+1)5
3.Snatch grip deadlift (170,190,230,260*3)1
4.Deadlift from hang (70,120,160*5)1
Evening
1.Snatch (70,90,110,130,140,160,170*2)2(170*4)1
2.Clean (70,120,140,160,180,200,220,240*1)1
3.Squat (120,170,220,275*4)4
4.Snatch pull from blocks (230*3)3

27.01.06.
Morning
1.Reverse grip press (50,70,90*5)1
2.Muscle snatch (70,90,110,120,140*3)1
3.Snatch pull from the floor + from hang (170,190*2+2)3(210*1+1)3
Evening
1.Clean&Jerk (70,90,110,140,160,190*2)3
2.Front squat (230*4)2(275*1)1(230*4)2
3.Deadlift from blocks (180,272,5*3)4
4.Power snatch (70,100,120,140*1)1

30.01.06.
Morning
1.BTN press (50,70,90*5)3
2.Muscle snatch (70,100,120*3)3
3.Snatch from hang + from the floor (90,120,150*1+1)5
Evening
1.Squat (70,120,170,220,270,310*3)1
2.Clean&Jerk (70,120,150,170,200,220,245*1)1

31.01.06.
1.Push press (70,120,140,160*4)4
2.Good mornings (120,150,170,190*5)1
3.Snatch (70,100,120,140*3)3

01.02.06.
Morning
1.Press (70,90,100,110,120*4)1
2.Snatch pull from blocks (120,170,190,210*3)1
3.Snatch grip deadlift (140,170,190*3)1
4.Snatch from hang (70,90,110,140*3)3
Evening
1.Power clean from hang (70,120,150,170*3)3(195*3)2
2.Snatch pull from blocks (195,210,240*3)1
3.Squat (120,170,220,260,290*3)1
4.Clean&Jerk (70,90,120,150*3)1

03.02.06.
Morning
1.Muscle snatch (50,70,90,100,110,120*3)1
2.Snatch from hang (70,90,110,130,150*2)5
3.Snatch grip deadlift (150,170,190*3)3
Evening
1.Power jerk (70,90,110,130,150,170,190*3)1(220*2)3
2.Clean pull (140,180,210,240,260*3)1
3.Squat (240*10)1
4.Snatch (70,100,130,150,160*1)3

04.02.06
1.Push press (90,120,150*5)3
2.Snatch pull from deficit (150,170,190*5)3
3.Jump squat (70,90,110*5)1
4.Clean grip snatch (50,70,90,120*1)5

06.02.06.
Morning
1.Muscle snatch with clean grip (70,90,120*3)3 (145*2)1
2.Snatch from hang (70,110,130,140*2)3 (162,5*6)1
3.Snatch pull (160,190,210,230*3)1
Evening
1.Snatch (70,100,120,140,150,160,170*1)6
2.Clean&Jerk (70,110,140,160,190*1)3
3.Deadlift (190,230,260,285*1)1
4.Squat (70,120,170,260*3)3
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Old 09-24-2008, 01:37 PM   #2
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He didn't even look like he was working hard. I am working towards 370 (in lb's) for a freaking DL triple.
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Old 09-24-2008, 08:10 PM   #3
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Ooooph thats a lot of weight!
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Old 09-25-2008, 05:57 AM   #4
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Misha is impressive on so many levels. I recall a great youtube video of him c&jing 529, muscle snatching 330, and pulling 880 in the same exhibition training session. The guy is one of the most impressive strength athletes ever.

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Old 09-25-2008, 06:53 AM   #5
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That video was crazy. His routine just looks insane, that is a LOT of volume!

The comments on PB are pretty good too...heh.
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Old 10-17-2008, 09:34 AM   #6
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fudging Legit.
He did NOT however bellow "Ligtee Weight BAAAYBEY!"....so only 8.5/10
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Old 10-27-2008, 06:38 PM   #7
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Updated with 3x390kg, no straps:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DhwsCCtsaDk
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Old 10-27-2008, 07:25 PM   #8
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best part is that the video is labeled "death lift". that sounds much cooler.
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Old 10-28-2008, 05:28 AM   #9
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Nice updated video. I thought it was pretty funny at the end

"I use only this *shows hands*, no suit, no straps, only *picks up foot to show his Oly shoes*, only *gestures to his singlet and belt* my coach....Russian power"

For those like me that are no kg oriented...390 kg's = 858 pounds. Insane.
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Old 10-28-2008, 06:13 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by Arden Cogar Jr. View Post
Misha is impressive on so many levels. I recall a great youtube video of him c&jing 529, muscle snatching 330, and pulling 880 in the same exhibition training session. The guy is one of the most impressive strength athletes ever.

All the best,
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here you go:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65jovqRDaDs
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