look at his lifts for his age ! he definitely knows how to tain and eat.[/quote]
So? Doesn’t mean he should take steroids. My numbers are above his at a lower BW and I’m still making GREAT progress because I understand how to program.
this guy is clearly a troll but regardless how the fuck can you call his lifts shit!
a 185kg squat and 210kg deadlift is nothing to laugh at! ok the bench is pretty shit but the other 2 are decent! 1 of the guys above just stated a 550lb deadlift as his max which is only 30kg more than this guy is claiming
Again you don’t understand the point. An under 500lb DLer/Under 300lb Bencher doesn’t need to take steroids, if he really knew how to eat/train he would push past these[/quote]
Video, or it didnt happen. Anyone bashing on someone’s lifting stats, and making claims such as yours is a troll themselves unless they show video evidence.
460lb DL at 186 lbs… who else here can DL 2.5x their bodyweight? With proof. Before steroids.
p.s. OP - your bench sucks big time.
edit: well this didnt line up right once posted, but you get the idea. 460 lbs would put him in the Advanced category. Not saying the kid is strong as shit, but this is a very respectable lift.
“These performance standards are adult standards (>18 years old) for a single maximal repetition (1RM) based on competitive weightlifter and powerlifting classification systems in use from the 1950’s to present.”
Deadlift - Adult Men
Body Weight Untrained Novice Intermediate Advanced Elite
181 150 275 315 440 550
198 155 290 335 460 565
220 165 305 350 480 595
275 175 325 375 500 600
An individual who has trained multiple years.
An athlete competing in strength sports. Keep in mind, the standards shown in the tables do not represent the highest level of strength performance possible.