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Old 09-13-2011, 10:20 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
It it helps me pick up food off the floor within the parameters of the 5 second rule, I am happy.

But a car...I am very happy.
Mythbusters debunked the 5 second rule. There's no difference in contamination between 2 seconds and 6 seconds. What matters most is the texture and moisture of the food dropped. A dry M&M, not so bad. Lower total bacteria count. A raw hamburger patty, different story.

Back to the point though. Please insert this video into the "Functional Strength" thread and then let's hash it out. Deadlift vs. Machine Back Extentions.
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