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Will play at Baylor and then end up in the WWE, most likely. Wow.
With a combined lift of 2010 lbs in the squat, bench, and deadlifts today, incoming Baylor DT Andrew Billings of Waco, Texas broke Mark Henrys longstanding record and became the second Texas high schooler ever to cross the 2000-lb. threshold.
He's gonna need a great nickname to pass Mark Henry...
There's only one Sexual Chocolate.
Hot damn that boy can sing!!!
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500 lbs. on a legit pause bench in a powerlifting meet blows my mind. If you've never competed in or seen a PL meet, basically the bench press can be a much longer lift than you're used to seeing in a standard gym setting. Your spotter hands you the bar, then you hold it locked out until spotter can exit the platform (usually several seconds). After the judge tells you "start", you have to bring the bar down until it's motionless on your chest. The judge will not tell you "press" until the bar is completely motionless (which is a good few seconds for most folks). Then you press it up from a complete standstill making sure your hips and ass never leave the bench. Once you get the bar up, you have to hold it locked out until the judge gives the "rack" command at which point your spotter helps you rack it. If you screw up and do anything before any of those commands (or your hips/ass come off the bench - common for alot of folks), you get "no rep."
Similar for squat. I can't even wrap my head around a legit 805 lb. squat where the hip crease goes below the knees.
"That boy is good!"
"Yeah ... good and terrible."
We need a Coming to America thread.
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I guess Adrian luster still has SC bench record with 610 (think that's right)?
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