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LtL 04-05-2011 05:45 PM

Powerlifters can't do rep's


5kgLifter 04-05-2011 05:55 PM

The 21 rep workout, bam, finished for the day!

MMA Max 04-05-2011 06:19 PM

Ah, the benifits of taking test prop and Anadrol..

gaspers04 04-05-2011 06:43 PM


Originally Posted by MMA Max (Post 127318)
Ah, the benifits of taking test prop and Anadrol..

Imagine the possibilities......

MMA Max 04-05-2011 06:56 PM

Oh man, if I could load up....I WOULD

gaspers04 04-05-2011 07:01 PM

Time fo Mega

BendtheBar 04-05-2011 07:46 PM

Yes, powerlifters can't perform reps. That strength doesn't carry over at all :)

Time for me to hit 405x20 on deads.

And while they aren't doing these reps, they aren't gaining muscle size either. Poor, one trick ponies they are.

gaspers04 04-05-2011 07:47 PM

Whats "carry-over"? ..........lmao!

BendtheBar 04-05-2011 07:49 PM


Originally Posted by gaspers04 (Post 127330)
Whats "carry-over"? ..........lmao!

There was a person who joined this forum once who stated that there was no carryover from one exercise to the next. The kid said that if you back squatted 315 for reps, you wouldn't be able to do front squats with much more than 135. I believe he said that strength training, as we do it, wasn't functional.

MikeM 04-06-2011 01:07 AM

Wasn't functional!?! Holy Cow! Has that jackass ever picked up a screaming child? 20-45 pounds of vicious angry? I'm not sure a 500 pound deadlift is enough to contain a suficiently angry toddler in full flight. There's no reps for that either, you either do it cold or you sleep in the basement.


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