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Old 02-14-2010, 11:50 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by RickB View Post
Truth be known, for a pro heavyweight, Jay Cutler lifts relatively light. Now it's a different ball game with all the crap that goes into his body, but I think you can compare him to Coleman who is probably one of the heaviest lifting pro BB'ers and Jay has nearly always been right there with him or on top. I think Jay will have a longer career because of his lifting style.
yes im sure he will.

in general though i think guys that lift heavy look better.... they just look harder (no homo ). other guys look almost like there muscles are filled with air or something.

guys like johnnie jackson, ronnie, and stan efferding look better in my opinion (although they may not be as proportiate or whatever else they look at in bb)
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