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07-24-2012, 05:03 PM
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I just did 8 to prove to the world I am stronger, smarter, richer and more handsome than Kreider. Bring on 30 virgins please.

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Anyone deadlifting twice their body weight or more is damn impressive.

The fact he got 6 out I wonder how much he could do in a single lift.

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I got a hernia just from watching that. Deadlifts more like wtflifts. And dat music...

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Not the best dead-lift form but he's still strong as anything.

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In his first yr the kid gets to play w Nash, gaborik, Richards , he will tear it up

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The trainers know what they are doing, you rarely if ever hear of training room injuries any more.

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Not the best dead-lift form but he's still strong as anything.
Dude,your a joke,lol...his form was spot on. What are you talking about?!?!

back straight, chest and shoulders up.head straight fwd, knees bent, lifted first portion with leggs and followed through pulling with upper body.His form was perfct..hes trap bar dead lifting not BB deadlifting,the form is very diff based on the grip of your hands..

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Anyone deadlifting twice their body weight or more is damn impressive.

The fact he got 6 out I wonder how much he could do in a single lift.
ehh it's not as difficult as you would think. Deadlifting uses your entire body which means you'll be able to lift more than any of the major 3 (dead, squat, bench) I weight 164 and have done 360x2. Bench? yea 240x1 big difference

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ehh it's not as difficult as you would think. Deadlifting uses your entire body which means you'll be able to lift more than any of the major 3 (dead, squat, bench) I weight 164 and have done 360x2. Bench? yea 240x1 big difference

At my peak I was lifting 360x1 (around 165 kg). I was 180 (82 kg) at the time. There were only a handfull of guys who could lift more than twice the body weight.

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That's it? Seriously?!


When the child will be able to not only lift cattle but also run with it:










Maybe then I'll show some enthusiasm.






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At my peak I was lifting 360x1 (around 165 kg). I was 180 (82 kg) at the time. There were only a handfull of guys who could lift more than twice the body weight.
Ive Dead lifted lifted 375lbs @ 174Lbs....and @ 210Lbs ive lifted 415Lbs,that was heavy as hell!Did it once and never again.


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ehh it's not as difficult as you would think. Deadlifting uses your entire body which means you'll be able to lift more than any of the major 3 (dead, squat, bench) I weight 164 and have done 360x2. Bench? yea 240x1 big difference
Are you kidding me.Yeah u lift the most out of the 3 lifts in total..But its far from easy.FAR FROM EASY ! Its my favorite lift,well was til i hurt myself on 275lbs(with prfct form,have a bad back to begin with.),havent deadlifted since then and that is 5 months now.I miss it so much man.

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