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Old 04-28-2011, 07:58 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Aurik View Post

For one thing, no novice is going to squat 495lbs. Squatting 495lbs is considered an "advanced" to "elite" athlete.
Nail on the head.

Most of Scooby's subscribers won't squat much more than 225, if that. If we are keeping it real, most don't deep squat at all. That's just the way the average Gym Rat is.

We might see a lot of guys on the forums squatting more than 400, but they are 1 in 1000 compared to hat's going on in gyms, and the folks searching for "ripped abs build muscle" on the Interwebz.
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