You edited the question.
There’s no way to answer that question. Look up the current records and you can see where people are at the moment. Of course age and test factor in. That’s just basic knowledge. Many other things factor in as well. You asked a question that cannot be answered.
To summarize your questions:
I edited so I wouldn’t have to hear anymore bitching. I just wanted an answer. But THANK YOU, that’s all I wanted – an answer. No one said anything about me “giving up”, and if I did, it’s my problem, and no one else’s concern.
And it is quite possible to deadlift over 800 lbs.
Google Benedikt Magnusson. [/quote]
Thank you! Because a fellow PL told me it was impossible, and he hears “inexperienced lifters” say all of the time that, they’re going to hit this weight, or that. I couldn’t tell if he was subliminally dissing me, or trying to kill my spirit…Even though we’re “cool”.
[quote]Tim Henriques wrote:
Just look up powerlifting records that are tested or by athletes that promote themselves as drug free. KK competes in tested events, Mark Henry claims to be drug free and he pulled 903. PLwatch has tested raw all time powerlifting records, obviously bodyweight makes a difference.[/quote]
I figured bodyweight made a difference. Thank you. I just wanted to see for myself. He gave me an example of another fellow PL who benched 425 a couple years ago (or 525) and since then, haven’t progressed.
What is the most a human body can lift without 'roids?[/quote]
Chuck Norris does not do push ups, he does Earth downs… Everyone is different there is absolutely no way to determine this. You WAG is as good as my WAG ( Wild Ass Guess)
You were incorrectly informed. and yes one will ultimately reach a Strength Pinnacle. This level of performance is as individual as us all. Bottom line, NO ONE escapes the aging process. I assume that that’s you in your Avitar? Looks like you have many years left to reach your goals, barring some sort of accident. Train smart and hard. See where you end up.
I read once From Louis Simmons that he believes that a powerlifter peaks in the 40’s. This was based on the lifters totals in this age group if I remember correctly, but it has been a while.
I assume that you would like these numbers to somehow compare yourself to those numbers or to get a number to shoot for in your own training so here’s the numbers.
Squat - 1149.3#
Bench - 859.2#
Deadlift - 1103.6#
These numbers were put up by a guy that I smoked my first joint with at camp back when I lost my virginity to my supermodel girlfriend back in the day… lol just kidding. I say that in jest because it doesn’t matter.
YES, without Test you are a weakling… period[/quote]
Thank you for being the only one to answer my question! Yes, that is my. June will make two years, and the last I deadlifted was 460 in November. I weigh 175. My bench is 305. My squat WAS 315x3, but I neglected legs for a month, and it dropped so bad. But last week on my first week of 5/3/1, I hit 255 for 8 I believe. So I figured it’s back in the 300’s. Always embarrassed to talk about legs, since I could’ve been at 330 at least if I didn’t get lazy and stupid. Thanks for the help!
For you? I imagine your potential is much less than others, natural or not, by the simple fact that you concern yourself with such bullshit…not to mention you seem clueless where powerlifting is concerned…there are easily over 100 people that have pulled over 800 pounds…some of them even did it raw…hell a couple guys have pulled over 1,000…
Your question is also retarded because you don’t specify bodyweight…you do realize bodyweight plays a role in limit strength, right?[/quote]
It was a question. When does a question determine how hard I lift in the gym? You don’t even know me. You’re an egotistical idiot, assuming ignorant things based off a statement – and a QUESTION. You could’ve saved yourself a paragraph and two sentences, and just called me “retarded”. That’s was the point of your post – right? Boy, I’m glad you don’t go to my gym. I’d hate to ask you questions if I was a beginner. Then again, I heard 'roids makes you have temper tantrums so, it all makes sense
Who cares? Lift heavy stuff and constantly strive for more. If people actually cared about what the supposed limits on the human body were there’d be no reason for the olympics, or any sort of competition that the competitors seek higher and higher levels of success.[/quote]
You’d think after 100+ people posted this, the 101 would actually answer the question. I guess the percentile of people who actually DO help is 1-5% on this forum. The rest just say “Who cares, stop whining”. I wouldn’t have a problem if you answered the question THEN proceeded with the “who cares?”, but what was your purpose, brother?
Lol I’ve DL’d 685, never taken so much as questionable supplements, and I’m only 23 @ 200-205 lbs…I sure as shit will be getting a deadlift over 800 lbs naturally, barring major injuries…[/quote]
Well you let me know when you do, so that I will find hope once more LUL
The person who told me this information, was Oratorman. That is his Youtube name. He’s a pretty good lifter, so I took his word into consideration. He gave me examples like Coan (Who admitted to roiding, which is whatever to me, get it how you live it). So I figured I’d ask.