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Old 02-19-2011, 07:04 PM   #11
Bodybygamma
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Originally Posted by IronManlet View Post
1857 at 242 is perfectly reasonable to me.

When there have been lifters putting 300lb sandbags over their heads one-handed, doing 600lb Squats into their 60's, Deadlifting 700lbs one-handed, and generally ****ing shit up all over the place without gear, it seems like people should be aiming a little higher. Maybe even a lot higher.

Edit: I'm of the opinion that classifications such as Elite should be extremely hard to attain. Why lower the overall total? Shouldn't it's being to attain be the whole point?
Well all those reasons have nothing to actually do with a drug-tested elite powerlifting competition total @242lbs weight class. Remember we are talking raw here. Elite should be hard to obtain, about the 1% category, factoring the aspects of RAW. 242LBS. DRUG TESTED. IN A SANCTIONED COMPETITION.
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