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Discussion in 'Main Sports Forum' started by Nitwit248, Jan 6, 2021.
I'm pretty most of us hang around here because no where else will have us...
What do we know about his mom?
Heard his Mom is entering the parental transfer portal.
Anyone that lifts knows why thats awesome, but kinda kills you at the same time.
Either way, it's impressive AF!
Insanely impressive. 99.9% of people couldn't do that if they trained their whole life for it. To clarify my previous comment...495# is 5 plates. So if his PR is 490#, it means he missed at 495#. When I was younger, I hit a sticking point at 485# deadlifting and it drove me crazy. I kept missing 495# during a lifting period once and wouldn't leave the gym. My coach had to say I was cramping and couldn't stand to explain why I missed my next class.
Another slow ass dude from Penn State. Luckily this one is a DT.
When I was in college, I trained/worked in a gym owned by a guy who has competed several times in the World Strongest Man Competition. Yes, the one you see on TV. He was well known for his bench press, but had really good deadlifts and squats too. My freshman year, I got up to about 275 on bench and he changed my whole form and approach. Within a month, I was repping 275 for 3-4 reps. Tried 300 just to get a 300 lb bench, couldn't budge it. Two week later, I was opening up the gym and he came in. He put 315 on the bar and told me to try it. It went up fairly easy. He told me he had the same problem at 600 lbs, so he just went past that amount and never tried it. First time he went over 600 he paused 635 unassisted. It was a mental thing.
yeah - that’s probably why I couldn’t hit 600 either.. Mental thing -
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