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Old 02-07-2012, 05:19 PM   #1
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Default Big numbers

I think for the average guy a 300 squat, 200 bench and 400 deadlift are all pretty achievable, but what about big numbers?

I don't have a list that constitutes big numbers, but a 550, 365, and 600+ seems like they are different animals than just lifting and eating . If I'm right, what comes more into play? I'm curious to know what you all think.

PS I got to a 300+ squat with relative ease and plateaued for a long time until I improved my technique and abdominal strength. That's how I got the idea of needing "something more".
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