the powerlifting champs don’t even bench 400 lbs at most.
Tom said on 9/Dec/11
This is my friend’s brother, he is an ex-football player/current used car salesman. Despite clearly being 5’8′, 190 was the closest height most would guess for him with his 180+ inch wingspan. He can probably bench 310-315 now with all that bulk he gained preparing for football and working out after retirement. His brother who played baseball had a similar body build but also benches over 350lbs now in the offseason.
He actually told me about this stuff before I met him so yeah, always great to meet cool people like this!
Brock said on 8/Dec/11
There are tons of guys who are 6ft5ish but have only recently started steroid use, look it up they are everywhere just look at NFL lineman they’re enormous now too, remember when they were running fast? Watch them struggle to block anything now.. Look how upright they are hunched over.. It reminds me of basketball players doing lots of jumping shots – who always hunch their back completely horizontal to the ground
KJ may be closer to 6ft4 than 6ft5 imo… But definitley isn’t shorter than Brock (who looks roughly 176cm max) or John (who reaches around half way shoulder level).. That’s 3 tall guys standing together says something
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