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Old 04-21-2007, 07:20 AM   #1
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LOL, this was tough to watch. In the last half of the video, this guy had some extreme difficulty with 315 x 5 deadlifting..

http://media.putfile.com/HITback

If you look at his facial expressions, you KNOW being his size he was extremely embarrased... One would hope. BTW, I'm not saying size = strength as everyone would be quick to point out. But if you saw the beginning video of him proudly strutting into the gym holding his beer kegs under his arms, it makes the video funnier.

EDIT: After thinking about this, if you watch what he does for legs in the next post, there's NO SQUATTING.. Just some isolation leg extensions and the leg press machine. No wonder why!

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Old 04-21-2007, 07:32 AM   #2
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In this one, they overestimated what his leg extensions SHOULD be at three times. To me, it looks like those machines are set at 10 lb increments, and his extensions were probably around 100 lbs. The trainer's solution is for the lifter to not lift legs from 6 days all the way up to 10 days between leg sessions. Damn!

I know he's doing slow reps, but his goal was 15 reps, and he only got to 5.
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Dude that shit was just sad, I felt bad for the guy, i would have flipped out if that fat old dude was talkin shit like that the whole time I was trying to lift.

"Come on, if you cant do one more, i'm gonna kick your butt all the way out the door"


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Didn't know the Nautilus line of machines were precision scientific instruments. Ya learn something new everyday.
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h must have air in his muscles. lol.theres no way muscles that big can be so increadably weak. someone outa poke his muscles and let out all the air.

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That's what happens when you become a water weenie.
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That is just ridiculous and pathetic.........
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