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07-24-2012, 02:28 PM
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I think Kreider is strong


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530 what? Pounds!? Obviously I can't do that, but since that works out the legs, most NHL players should be able to do that.

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530 what? Pounds!? Obviously I can't do that, but since that works out the legs, most NHL players should be able to do that.
deadlifts works out almost the whole body, which is why so many athletes do them. many of the smaller NHL players probably couldn't deadlift what a big guy like kreider could do. however most players could probably squat an impressive amount since all of them have strong legs from skating.

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530 what? Pounds!? Obviously I can't do that, but since that works out the legs, most NHL players should be able to do that.
yea obviously...

TBDLs work the whole body. 530x5. That kid is fricken beast! do you have any idea how strong this kid is? @ 21?

you think Gaborik can do this? no most NHL players couldn't do this!

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I know it wasn't going to happen, but through that whole video i was cringing and watching from the corner of my eye praying he didn't pop or snap something.

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yea obviously...

TBDLs work the whole body. 530x5. That kid is fricken beast! do you have any idea how strong this kid is? @ 21?

you think Gaborik can do this? no most NHL players couldn't do this!
Yea the kid is a freak. A lot of NHL players can probably do this but very few who are 21 and can move like him. Just freakish.

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Can't wait to see this kid throw around more hits. He was destroying people in Game 6 against the Devils.

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Yea the kid is a freak. A lot of NHL players can probably do this but very few who are 21 and can move like him. Just freakish.
have you ever powerlifted? i'm sure many can move this amount of weight, but i also say on average, probably not as many as you think.

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I don't care who that is. Chris Kreider or Joey Bagodonughts....that is frickin impressive.

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have you ever powerlifted? i'm sure many can move this amount of weight, but i also say on average, probably not as many as you think.
When I was playing (semi)competitive hockey I did. But could never come close to this, 530x6 or whatever it is.

I may have overstated when I said "most". It's impressive regardless.

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Hulk Smash....aka Kreider holy **** **************

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I could do that but I don't want to

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Rick Nash's comment: "You think that's strong, kid? Try carrying an entire franchise on your back for 9 years."

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Chris Kreider's response: It only counts as holding, not carrying, if it doesn't go anywhere.

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Rick Nash's comment: "You think that's strong, kid? Try carrying an entire franchise on your back for 9 years."
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Rick Nash's comment: "You think that's strong, kid? Try carrying an entire franchise on your back for 9 years."
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the kid is a physical freak

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That's just about 4 of me...

I SERIOUSLY need to put on weight

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I used to deadlift 600lbs when I was 18 @ 6'2", 220lbs (did weight room in high school instead of regular 'gym')...ah the days I was actually in shape.

I wonder what weight they have Kreider squatting. He's very strong.

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I think Kreider is strong
Really,You think he is strong,lol???? the kid is 20 years old and trap bar deadlifting 530...Although its alot different BB dead lifting,way different actually...But 560 for reps is impressive.Kid obviousley works n trains hard.

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deadlifts works out almost the whole body.
NO,they WORK THE ENTIRE BODY,no most of it.

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deadlifts works out almost the whole body.
NO,they WORK THE ENTIRE BODY,no most of it.

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I used to deadlift 600lbs when I was 18 @ 6'2", 220lbs (did weight room in high school instead of regular 'gym')...ah the days I was actually in shape.

I wonder what weight they have Kreider squatting. He's very strong.
Its not what they have him squatting its WHAT HE can squat....Your dead is always stronger than your squat in most cases.deadlift-Squat_bench

I wouldnt doubt the kid is squatting( to atleast paralel) 405 for 4-6 reps..Lets not forget Trap bar Deads are easier than BB deads. id like to see himm BB deadlift.can probably lift 485 for 3-4 reps

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Its not as impressive as you guys think, on hexbar/trap bar its more quads than back on a regular BB deadlift. If he was squatting 530 it would be more impressive.

Edit: Obviously its great that he is conditioned great and so strong at a young age, but that lift will be able to sky rocket

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deadlifts works out almost the whole body, which is why so many athletes do them. many of the smaller NHL players probably couldn't deadlift what a big guy like kreider could do. however most players could probably squat an impressive amount since all of them have strong legs from skating.
I respectfully submit the Martin St. Louis workout;

http://www.nhlplayerworkouts.com/martin-st

Pretty impressive, eh?

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