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    Quote Originally Posted by spartacus View Post
    sure there are.
    ok Let me in the interests of fairness and im not knocking anyone as powerlifting is my favourite sport,but i remember reading what JP Cauchis daily routine was,and dont get me wrong hes a super manlet but his day involved doing fuck all until he either trained someone at the gym or trained himself. Professional athletes dont work as hard as kunts that have to go earn their crust the hard way. Theres plenty of people who had great talent but fell thru the system.Also remember,ive lived on both sides of the fence and was crowned Australias strongest 2 yrs in a row for my age AFLers
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    ok, what ever you say.

    who am I too believe afl players are great athletes when many don't even lift that much.
    I can't wait for Kevin Aitken to join World Powerlifting.


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    Quote Originally Posted by spartacus View Post
    ok, what ever you say.

    who am I too believe afl players are great athletes when many don't even lift that much.
    they can run,have good shoulder and arm development,are tall and can kick.Im just saying they also had the benefit of more time to train,do fuk all else and probably had parental support as well.I work with a kunt who is 6 3 has great leg power,is fitter and would break some of those kunts in half.


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    trust me i have an eye for talent no matter what the playing field is.


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    so do i, but that is not what you were arguing about. you were arguing about strength and football.

    why does hav eeveything have to turn into supposed gladitorial contests.

    i suggest you wind down with a few drinks. peace man.
    I can't wait for Kevin Aitken to join World Powerlifting.


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    Quote Originally Posted by stronkmanlet View Post
    yes i do think that an elite powerlifter would seriously put some hurt on. Im not talking about a 44 yr old midget age grade fluke artist such as myself but someone with say a 300+ raw squat a 200 bench and a 300 dead would have the power to seriously injure.
    But you donít have a clue what you are talking about so it doesnít really matter what you think does it.


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    An elite powerlifter would do some damage on the rugby field right up until the point they had to move somewhere
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    Quote Originally Posted by 0ni View Post
    An elite powerlifter would do some damage on the rugby field right up until the point they had to move somewhere
    That did make me chuckle



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    lol as long as they can stay in a fixed position then they'll be right hahaha


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    Recent podcast from "the guys" on bench press. Lots of info on setup, execution and programming.

    https://weaklyweights.podbean.com/e/...e-bench-press/

    This is aimed at powerlifters, so the intent is to get stronger, with getting bigger being a side effect, not the main aim. But that said, it has heaps of info which will improve your bench and make it safer for you.
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