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Old 06-14-2011, 11:58 PM   #47
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
The only ones right around their potentials are the genetic elites. The champions.

If they are beat it's by only a very small hair...and not by pounds and pounds. Not a single one of these champions has bested their potentials by a noteworthy amount.

The formula is so accurate that is predicted most champions max weight within 0.1 pounds.

Check out the article D:

The WeighTrainer - Your Maximum Muscular Bodyweight and Measurements

Bodybuilder Actual Weight
(lbs) Predicted Weight
(lbs) Max Bulked Weight
(lbs) Predicted Body Fat
(%)
Clarence Ross 198 198.1 206.0 9.2
John Farbotnik 195 194.9 202.7 9.5
George Eiferman 195 194.9 202.7 10.5
Reg Park 214 214.0 222.9 7.9
John Grimek 208 208.0 216.3 11.3
Jack Delinger 195 194.9 202.7 12.0
Steve Reeves 214 214.0 222.6 9.0
Current World Champ. "A"
(pre-contest) 170 170.0 176.8 4.5
Current World Champ. "B"
(off-season, not bulked) 168 168.0 174.7 8.3
Current Nat. 1st Place "A" (off-season, bulking) 233 224.0 233.0 14.1
Current Nat. 1st Place "B"
(off-season, not bulked) 185.2 185.2 192.6 9.8
I'll check this article out BTB..thanks

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