Thursday - pm Coached Naz, Seb and Jacek and worked the Rolling Thunder hard (see note). Rolling Thunder using older handle As per weight is load only. I'm using my older handle as I think it compares the most like the latest version IM have for sale. I know Mark pulled 301lbs on the previous model (and this is quoted as the record on their site) but has pulled 271lbs on the newer one. I (as per YT video) pulled 276lbs on a new one Sam Solomi brought for me to try. No one pulled more than 260 at the most recent event (Vice Grip Viking Challenge at the FitExpo in LA). B/H: 60-kilos a hand x 6 reps @, 80-kilos a hand x 3 reps @, 100-kilos x 1-2 x 1 rep @ (inc one for publicity photo). L/H: tried 115-kilos, dropped to 110-kilos x 2 x 1 reps, 112.5-kilos (easy) x 1 rep, 113.75-kilos x 1 rep, 115-kilos (solid) x 1 rep and 116.25-kilos x fail R/H: 122.5-kilos x 4 (may have been 5) x 1 reps. 1 or 2 more singles more than last time. I'm working this hard 1-2 times a week (I need to watch I do not start stalling as I get to peak strength on this as has happened before) as I am promoting (with a LOT of help from Dennie Felix) and competing in a competition to be held at the NEC/ Bodypower. Supported by Bodypower (I'll be on their site later) and with Ironmind sponsorship. Last year some 25,000 people came through the main doors over the weekend and the strength arena had crowds of at least 1000 most of the day. The event will be open to all (with a limit on numbers of course) and 'joes' have to pull a qualifying poundage. Then they go up against WSM competitors including Mark Felix, Terry Hollands and more. I aim to to VERY well.