Well i was thinking about it. How is it possible that someone deadlift 4 or even 5 times his bodyweight? I have read from a lifter (Lamar Gant) who deadlifter 300 kg ( 661 lbs) at a bodyweight of 60kg ( 132 lbs).
"When it comes to producing a high level of strength, I see four main applications:
MUSCLE STRENGTH: the amount of force that a specific muscle can produce; this is highly correlated with the muscle's cross-section (muscle mass or volume) "
A quote from CT out of "QUADRUPLE STRENGTH LAYERS".
It looks like that muscle mass or volume isnt that important for strenght? His muscle mass / volume cant be that high/ much... he only weights 60kg.... ( he is 1.6m high)
Did he only trained for strenght or how did he got his sick relative strengh ?