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muscleamp

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About muscleamp

  • Rank
    Newbie
  • Birthday 03/08/1947

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    http://www.myspace.com/muscleamp
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    jonclawvandam@yahoo.com

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  • Location
    KALISPELL,MT.
  • Interests
    To get info out to arm amps that weight lifting and powerlifting is available for them. To build self-esteem and confidence in people. To help each other.

Profile Fields

  • Membership Type:
    Amputee
  • Amputation Type:
    B/E right hand
  • Amputation Date:
    1982
  • Amputation Cause:
    electricuted
  1. muscleamp

    Track

    That's awesome Dell, you didn't give up, you are an inspiration, and you ended school with a great victory. You have great charactor and determination. :)
  2. muscleamp

    Iorn Will

    Hi, my name is Jonathan Jenkins. I am an upper body amputee(right b/e). I lost my hand when I was seven years old in a electrical accident by climbing into a sub-station. I took 7,200 volts. Doctors told me I couldn't play football. That I wouldn't be able to build muscle on my right side. That I couldn't plat guitar, ski, swim, bodybuild. That I would never be the same. They were right, I have never been better. It gave me the motivation I needed to achieve those things. One thing that has help me the most is bodybuilding. It has given me the strength I needed to use my prostheses 100 times beter. The confidence and respect I so longed for. I have been competing in powerlifting for 6 months now and people are blown away. They have never seen an upper body amputee bech press 248lbs of thier chest or deadlift 446lbs off the ground. I qualified for the WABDL world finals in Reno NV 0n Nov. 16 2005. I became the first upper body amputee to compete and win. I took first in the disabled 220lb. class in deadlifting with a 435lb deadlift. Becoming world champion. I took 2nd in 220lb disabled bench press with a lift of 236.5. If I hadn't have lost my hand then I probably wouldn't of done all those things and would be average and not inspire people.( abled and disabled) I am proud of who I am and the disability I have, I could go 2 ways with it, feel sorry for my self or do great things and inspire people with it. If there is anyone out there who would like to powerlift or bodybuild please call me at 406-756-5917 or 406-212-9488
  3. muscleamp

    Arm Amputees Rely on Old Devices

    I agree. I use a cable operated claw that is extreamly durable and gets the job done. Myo electrics are great for social life, but when you want to get dirty non electric is the way to go. You don't have to worry about getting it wet, hot and cold. Am I going to break this $10,000 unit by breathing on it too hard. The hooks and gryphers have harnesses that hold the arm on 70% more. So he is right.
  4. muscleamp

    Amputee Athletes

    My name is jon jenkins and I appreciate your thoughts. There are alot of people out there abled and disabled with the same thoughts. I am an upper body amputee that has been bodybuilding for 9 years and competitive powerlifting for 6 months. I am missing my right hand below the elbow and have made a strap to allow me to deadlift as much as I want and a pad to bench press. The first competition I entered was a usapl meet. There were no disabled classes to enter but they let me enter with no questions askd. I took 1st place over all in the 198 class. Bench pressing 215lbs, deadlifting 410. Another organization I am a member of is the WABDL. I recently took 1st place at the world finals in Reno NV for the 220lb weight class in disabled. I was told by the owner of the wabdl that in the 30 years of wabdl history I am the 1st upper body amputee he's seen compete. I took 1st in the deadlift. Deadlifting 435lbs, second in the bench, pressing 236.5lbs off my chest. My goal is to educate upper body amputees that this is possible. contact me at 406-756-5917 again thankyou for your question, Jon Jenkins.
  5. muscleamp

    ampstrap

    muscleamp.comsearch through googles. If you have questions on how to strengthen or build muscles on your body, even an amputated limb then call Jon at 406-756-5917 or visite www.muscleamp.com. I am a certified personal trainer, certified exer-therapist and certified cardiovascular instructor through american health and fitness. I have developed a strength training strap to assist in bodybuilding and strength training for amputees. I am also certified as a peer visitor through ACA. I will be more than happy to help anyone.
  6. muscleamp

    LIFT 4-700LBS WITH ONE HAND

    WWW.MUSCLEAMP.COM THIS WEB SITE IS DESIGNED BY AN AMPUTEE FOR AMPUTEES TO WEIGHT LIFT, BODYBUILD, POWERLIFT, STREANGHT TRAIN FOR SPORTS AND BOOST SELF ESTEEM AND CONFIDENCE MORE THAN YOU COULD BELIEVE. tHIS SITE IS FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE SERIOUSE ABOUT IMPROVING AND FOREVER CHANGING THIER LIFE AS A SO CALLED DISABLED.
  7. muscleamp

    muscleamp.com

    Hi, my name is Jon and I am a certified trainer. My web site is muscleamp.com Try google for a search engine. This site will help upper body amputees bodybuild and power lift as much weight as they want.
  8. muscleamp

    Amp Trainer

    If you want to get in shape or become a power lifter then go to www.muscleamp.com. The only web site for bodybuilding for upper amputees.
  9. muscleamp

    Want to help

    Hi, my name is Jon Jenkins. I have just made a web site called http://www.muscleamp.com to help upper body amputees aheive their goals in bodybuilig. I am having trouble getting exposure and I am very poor. please spread the word that this site is available. My phone # is on my site so please contact me for any reason. Your freind and fellow amp. Jon. Ps. Yahoo is not a search engine for muscleamp. Try googels and typ www.muscleamp.com. I used 10 key words that describes my site but they do not seem to work.
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