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Old 12-31-2010, 03:41 PM   #1
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nice video T. good comparison between a body builder and a powerlifter doing bench. I love the way poundstone says 'I'm not a big bencher' then tells us he is working up to a 600lb bench lol

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Quite interesting. I think the floor press needs to be added to my arsenal immediately.

I find it odd the nearly discounts bench pressing for application in strongman, most strongmen I have talked to say it crosses over into your overhead presses.
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The powerlifter looks like he has more muscle mass. At least from chest to back thickness. Arms looked much larger too.
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Quite interesting. I think the floor press needs to be added to my arsenal immediately.

I find it odd the nearly discounts bench pressing for application in strongman, most strongmen I have talked to say it crosses over into your overhead presses.
i think he says something about only really working on his bench for the overhead improvement.

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The powerlifter looks like he has more muscle mass. At least from chest to back thickness. Arms looked much larger too.
strongman/powerlifer competitors wil lalways be thicker. they dont care too much about BF% or looking good. they need practical strength.
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