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redskin 344
11-17-08, 7:44 pm
Does anyone here have any clue to why this guy got to be this strong?..seriously wtf...he aint even that big

Bench Pressing 415x12
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9ZFFrB3Q9U&NR=1

315x26
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhM16w5xCjU&NR=1

225x45!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Qkw4tkanOs&NR=1

i dont think anyone can get this strong even with steroids

redskin 344
11-17-08, 7:48 pm
and this is him squating

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jugY_zzW7uc

norrim1
11-17-08, 7:50 pm
Does anyone here have any clue to why this guy got to be this strong?..seriously wtf...he aint even that big

Bench Pressing 415x12
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9ZFFrB3Q9U&NR=1

315x26
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhM16w5xCjU&NR=1

225x45!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Qkw4tkanOs&NR=1

i dont think anyone can get this strong even with steroids

That's very impressive. Ever heard of Ryan Kennelly or Jeremy Hoornstra? Both of them can bench 405 over 20 times. Kennelly has done 315 40 times. Jeremy Hoornstra has a log on here, check it out sometime. He posts under "J-ROCK".

redskin 344
11-17-08, 8:01 pm
That's very impressive. Ever heard of Ryan Kennelly or Jeremy Hoornstra? Both of them can bench 405 over 20 times. Kennelly has done 315 40 times. Jeremy Hoornstra has a log on here, check it out sometime. He posts under "J-ROCK".

yea ive heard of ryan kennely and gene rychlak and all of those big powerlifters..

but this guy... hes not even that big and look at what the hell he can do... jesus christ


him easily benching 315 26 times just blew me thr fuck away, especcially looking at how his arms dont seem nearly big enough to be that strong. He just looks pregnant.

Cstlfx
11-17-08, 8:05 pm
The Benching wasnt so impressive. That was some serious bounce, but it was decent weight.

The Squats on the other hand were killer! That was some good weight he was throwing up there.

NPRamirez
11-17-08, 9:41 pm
Wasn't that bounce a bit excessive? I'm no powerlifter but it looked like he was going to crush his chest. Just curious if that is legit form or not? Either way, some serious props to that guy. Pretty damn crazy.

prowrestler
11-18-08, 1:11 am
Wasn't that bounce a bit excessive? I'm no powerlifter but it looked like he was going to crush his chest. Just curious if that is legit form or not? Either way, some serious props to that guy. Pretty damn crazy.

you gotta pause the bar to the chest, well the real way is the judge has to tll you to press it, so its his call.

you must display control

simpleguy
11-18-08, 4:00 am
i dont think anyone can get this strong

well seems like you found them :


Ever heard of Ryan Kennelly or Jeremy Hoornstra? Both of them can bench 405 over 20 times. Kennelly has done 315 40 times.

those vids are on youtube


since we're on the topic of 'in no fuckin way is this real', check this vid out:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fPaZLJcwQc&feature=related

simpleguy
11-18-08, 4:06 am
since we're on the topic of 'in no fuckin way is this real', check this vid out:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fPaZLJcwQc&feature=related


or this one:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aewsWFFaQQI&feature=related

or this one:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4J0EJi4K44&feature=related


you'll notice the 'background' is the same, it's a weight station booth set up at the Arnold Classic and those weights are not real - I guess you probably realised

norrim1
11-18-08, 4:55 am
Haha...yeah I remember walking by that a few times while I was there.

Latimer316
11-18-08, 11:40 am
Ha, so that shits not real then...usually i dont fall for that shit i just thought for not having much muscle these dudes were crazy strong

redskin 344
11-18-08, 3:38 pm
well seems like you found them :



those vids are on youtube


since we're on the topic of 'in no fuckin way is this real', check this vid out:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fPaZLJcwQc&feature=related

hahah oh yea i had that video on my favorites on my youtube account for a while. i was blown away by how strong this guy is. But then I kept hearing from the comments that its fake which im sure it is.

Brick By Brick
11-18-08, 4:26 pm
Genetics and horrible form are the secret to tremendous strength (just kidding). I really don't know.

Mizzarler
11-18-08, 6:59 pm
wow people on youtube honestly think this is real....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fPaZLJcwQc&feature=related
what a joke

redskin 344
11-18-08, 9:51 pm
wow people on youtube honestly think this is real....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fPaZLJcwQc&feature=related
what a joke

that vid used to be on my favorites on my youtube account.. at first i thought it waas unbelievable but then i kept seeing comments about it being fake plastic shit which is most likely true. I dont know anyone who can benc 585 over 23 times so easily.

Littlefry
11-18-08, 11:11 pm
damn those are very impressive vids

Littlefry
11-18-08, 11:19 pm
I bet I could hit 100 reps for 585 with that set-up easy

simpleguy
11-19-08, 8:30 am
that vid used to be on my favorites on my youtube account.. at first i thought it waas unbelievable but then i kept seeing comments about it being fake plastic shit which is most likely true.

well, you got your answer:


you'll notice the 'background' is the same, it's a weight station booth set up at the Arnold Classic and those weights are not real

some people there call it 'the BS booth'

V Man
11-21-08, 8:42 am
well, you got your answer:



some people there call it 'the BS booth'

Really - why do people bother posting fake weightlifting vids? Whats the point? Its just so pathetic

musclealchemist
11-21-08, 9:47 am
hmmmmm i think i smell a poser in those vids.....

Aggression
11-21-08, 12:35 pm
Really - why do people bother posting fake weightlifting vids? Whats the point? Its just so pathetic

As far as the fake weightlifting sessions at the booths, the intended job was successful. They just wanted to grab peoples' attention, and it worked. It's all about marketing.

Look at it this way:

You're at a bodybuilding expo and you see some dude benching what seems to be 5-600 hundred pounds for reps. You obviously walk over to see what's going on, and mission accomplished. Now you're in their booth. It's all used to generate attention.