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Old 11-03-2013, 11:58 AM   #20
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2nd guy...

47 years old and maxing out with 225...on a Smith Machine!?!?!?!

I'm a horrible bencher and I hit 225x3 at age 21 weighing 165!

These are just bad lifters who think adding reps instantly due to a device earns them some kind of credit.

It's like saying you can run 15 mph. BUT, in a car, you can do 80 mph!!!! WTF?

**I know the device has it's place in lifting.
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