Eller is huge
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10-01-2012, 03:59 PM
Join Date: Mar 2004
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I think what you're trying to say is bigger muscles, not more muscles. We all have the same amount of muscles unless something went wrong physiologically.
But bigger does not always mean stronger. Someone that focuses on bodybuilding with isolated exercises, won't be stronger than someone following an olympic weightlifting or powerlifting training, yet he could be bigger.
It's not always as simple as bigger=stronger.
That being said, athletes do not train as bodybuilders. So, I agree, Eller is likely to be stronger.
This thread is hilarious!
I don't know anything about this supposed "broscience" but I am a physics guy. Just taking a guess here but, technically speaking, shouldn't muscle density be the determining factor relating to strength? Is "muscle density" even a real thing? Lol because bigger doesn't mean denser. And then there's the part about a short guy and a tall guy having the same size biceps, the short guy should be stronger, no? He'd be able to create more torque I'd think, but I could.totally be wrong! Educate me bro!
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