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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    What is the most impressive thing you guys have seen?
    As silence is defending at times, so is holding back despite having the strength to lift a whole lot more than you've wisely chosen to lift. It takes true strength (in more ways than one) to hold back from exhibiting your absolute feats of strength.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodyAllen View Post
    Damn straight broster.


    Notice that he puts it down very slowly. Later he explained that he trains on the first floor of a building with people working below so they are not allowed to drop weights.

    Train like you compete.
    I think the most impressive part of this is the structural integrity of that building. Half a ton, plus Benny... And all of that a couple of metres AGL...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rino60 View Post
    I think the most impressive part of this is the structural integrity of that building. Half a ton, plus Benny... And all of that a couple of metres AGL...

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    yep, a good 600+ kg....being supported by two (albeit very large) human feet!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timeah View Post
    yep, a good 600+ kg....being supported by two (albeit very large) human feet!!
    I'm not quite convinced that Benny is human... :-D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fadi View Post
    As silence is defending at times, so is holding back despite having the strength to lift a whole lot more than you've wisely chosen to lift. It takes true strength (in more ways than one) to hold back from exhibiting your absolute feats of strength.
    Oh yeah. Real impressive.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodyAllen View Post
    There is only one.



    460kg deadlift, raw.

    Fukyouall.


    I see he is back deadlifting 400kg after some injuries. Looking like he is carrying more muscle this time.


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