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Old 10-20-2011, 03:41 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by Kuytrider View Post
And Steve, you're like 6 foot and about 270 odd right? How much can Doc lift? He literally looks the size of two average men.
Doc had videos of shrugging 900+ lbs, plus (I think) seated barbell OHP with around 275 lbs for sets of 10.

He maintains/used to maintain a log here, take a look at the lifts, I guarantee, some of them would be fun

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I dont think Doc is making this documentary to give people a rolemodel or something like that, its all about putting the light on what people are doing to achieve attention in the name of fame etc. Atleast thats my thoughts.
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I agree Swede. Doc is merely documenting a man and his quest to break a record.

There is no statement involved. It is what it is.
Exactly. It is interesting that people can go to such extents for huge arms, and I think that more than anything else is what the documentary is about. May be the Doc can explain better.
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